Jaguar is reflecting on its past as it looks toward the future. To celebrate its 75th birthday, the company is introducing a faster limited edition 2011 XKR175 at the Pebble Beach Automotive Weekend.
The much-rumored smartwatch might add more revenue to Apple's coffers than did the iPhone or iPad during their first years, says analyst Katy Huberty.
Analyst Michael Walkley's forecast is up from a prior estimate of 171 million. He cited two reasons for his rosier outlook.
The $35 credit-card-sized computer, designed for hobbyists, developers, and students, is a basically a small motherboard outfitted with its own CPU and a variety of ports.
The irony is that the 2012 Jaguar XKR-S' allure as "the fastest, most powerful production Jaguar model ever sold" is less about powerful performance than it is about making a powerful statement.
The Jaguar XKR-S might be too much car for the road; it's more at home on the track.
Jaguar's pipe and slippers image is fading fast. That, in part, is thanks to making its cars a little bit mad, as it has with the XKR-S.
The most powerful XK ever made was always going to be a potent beast, but the XKR-S may just be too much for the road. Maybe.
The carrier adds 14 new LTE markets to its total U.S. coverage, bringing the grand total to 175 areas.
CNET audio expert Steve "Sphere" Guttenberg samples some of his favorite reference tracks, dishes advice on what to do before buying a sound bar, and wonders: are the Beatles are groovy again?