As CES 2014 comes to an end, we've picked out the very best bonkers gadgets of the show, as well as some stuff you might actually want to buy.
Most public roads in the world have speed limits, making cars that go well over 200 mph superfluous. But companies still build cars that cannot nearly exercise their true potential on the streets, and will rarely, if ever, be taken to the track, and people keep buying them. Here are the 10 fastest current production cars in the world.
From OnStar to BlueLink, with all of the connectivity platforms in between: these automotive telematics platforms keep you connected to your car, even when you're not behind the wheel.
Adding cellular to the iPad Mini isn't the most affordable proposition, but it has some serious benefits. Trying it out over the last week and a half, here's what impressed me most.
The iPhone headphones (or any headphones with a mic and remote) can control your iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch in up to 10 different ways.
A study of 1,420 British parents has revealed that nearly one in ten children get their first mobile phone by age 5.
Security doesn't have to be complicated, as shown by these quick and easy alternatives to the conventional wisdom on passwords, privacy, backups, ID theft, and other tech-safety matters.
From history-making subs to DIY drug-smuggling vessels to expensive yacht toys, these 10 machines are some of the coolest we've seen.