The successor to the Hyundai Tiburon will be a smaller and less expensive car, the company says.
After long last, The 404 is proud to present our official podcast from the Tiburon Launch party. The event was held at the elegant 450 Club complete with hors d'oeuvres (vodka spritzer, anyone?), desserts, and of course, an open bar.
The California town of Tiburon votes to set up permanent cameras to record the license plate of every car on its roads. Is this one more step toward a surveillance state?
A a new studio formed from the World of Goo and Henry Hatsworth developers has created a game that is as compelling as it is harrowing.
Road Trip at Home: It should come as no surprise that a homes tour sponsored by Dwell magazine would feature the most fascinating houses around. CNET visits four of the stops on the upcoming tour.
John Schappert, who began his video game industry career at Electronic Arts, left the company in 2007 to be a corporate VP at Microsoft. He's now going back to EA as COO.
Amid falling audiences, could last night's episode hope to create excitement? Of course it could. An ending straight from Hollywood. Circa 1965.
We get an early look at the shadow-shrouded Hyundai Veloster concept before the 2011 Detroit Auto Show.
Automotive News reports on Hyundai's target audience for the upcoming Veloster model.
Jon Peddie Research says Thursday that estimated graphics chip shipments took a steep dive in the fourth quarter of 2008. And it's going to get worse.