In perhaps the ultimate in mockery, an Australian woman buys two iPhones after posting an ad on a Web site. When she opens the boxes, they contain just one apple each.
BMW will show an all-new model, the 2015 X4, at the New York auto show next week. As you might imagine, it's like the X6 but smaller.
BMW is working on a project to turn the methane gas generated by landfills into hydrogen.
In the same town where a woman bought a $180 iPad made of wood earlier this week, two women pay $250 for a laptop that turns out to be made of paper (but at least has a power cord). What is happening in Spartanburg, S.C.?
In the latest, and perhaps most daring, scam perpetrated in a public place, a man hands over 250 British pounds (around $390) for what he thinks is an iPad and gets the raw material for french fries.
A woman buys what she thinks is an iPad from two men in a McDonald's parking lot. She subsequently discovers it is a piece of wood with an Apple logo.
BMW created a new portal that lets buyers of custom-ordered 2011 X3s to watch their newly purchased SUV being built at the Spartanburg, SC plant. It's a little like cameras in the delivery room.
The wireless carrier said 4G LTE will show up in smaller cities like Branson, Mo.; Oxford, Miss.; and Paris, Texas.
Automotive News reports on BMW's plans to build a hybrid based on the X6 model.
The company is also expanding 4G LTE coverage in 38 existing markets, for a total of 371 markets.