In the final installment of Crave's series on ultra-luxurious gear for geeks, we tour the far-out side of nerd chic.
The C-Explorer 5 is a luxury submarine worthy of being a Bond vehicle. The Q Division will probably want to add on some lasers and wheels, though.
If you needed proof that the world will come to an end in 2012, just know that this will be the year that someone actually builds a stretch limo variant of the Audi R8 5.2 FSI Quattro.
Panasonic and NEC are introducing nine new cell phones that use the Linux-based mobile OS called LiMo.
The foundation isn't flashy, but it seems to be making steady progress in its ambition to unify the mobile Linux experience.
Lincoln plans luxury versions of its MKT next year to replace the rear-drive Town Car.
The second release of the mobile platform, which the foundation says won't go head-to-head with Android, is set to be unveiled next week at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.
The cancellation of the Lincoln Town Car leaves a huge void in the fleet vehicle market that Ford-Lincoln plans to fill with a pair of Lincoln MKT livery variants.
Motorola, Panasonic, and NEC have new phones out running the LiMo Foundation's Linux-based operating system, and 11 new companies have jumped onboard.
Verizon Wireless is joining the LiMo Foundation, but which phones it will carry remains a mystery.