When Henry Ford made his Model T, he built a template for car making for the century to come. It is not, however, the easiest thing in the world to drive. XCAR got behind the 100-year-old wheel.
XCAR had the opportunity to drive the car that started it all, the Ford Model T. It was the car that mobilized the planet and laid the way for the cars we drive today.
Qbot is a prototype home robot that can interact with its user and avoid obstacles. Developer Francisco Paz says it will be an open-source machine that will be cheap enough to garner many users.
99 years after the Ford Model T, the Tata Nano has been announced in India for 100,000 rupees, or about $2500. And you know what? It looks amazingly good. I was completely expecting a Yugo ugly box, but you could drop this 10 foot long car into an urba
XCAR didn't make films in 1915 -- but if they did, they would have been about the Ford Model T and they would have looked something like this.
My personal car of tomorrow looks like a 1964 Shelby with hydrogen fuel cells, airless tires, self-driving tech and an exterior grown from seed.
One of the 50 original Apple-1 computers built by Steve Wozniak himself goes for three quarters of a million dollars at auction.
Sprint One Up allows customers to pay for their devices in monthly installments and upgrade after one year, CNET has learned.
The CEO has vowed to shake up the status quo -- and he's managing to do just that, all while posting T-Mobile's highest customer growth in four years.
Once upon a time, the Ford Motor Company was a startup -- and it was burning through cash like mad. Then a gent from Chicago ponied up $850, and the first Model A was sold.