This is "Scooby Doo," a 60 lb. robot built by the same people that sell you the Roomba vacuum cleaner. It defused 19 explosive devices in Iraq before being "killed" in action. Last week, I learned how to drive it.
72-year-old Sandra Powell was caught in her tan Buick going 102 in a 45 mph zone. According to the report, Ms. Powell was less upset about being stopped and arrested, than being late for her hair appointment. Video below.
When it comes to fighting vehicles, bigger is generally better — except when you want to be able to drive them down the street without crushing everything. The Army's latest purchase is supposed to be the best of both worlds.
Pontiac produced this xenophobic video 40 years ago to scare the crap out of its assembly line workers and encourage them to "show up to work each day" to build quality automobiles. It didn't work.
We're here at the Boylston Street Apple Store for Media Day. No line outside, but plenty of reporters playing with the toys. Ron Johnson, Apple's SVP of Retail, is here with hizonnah Mayor Thomas Menino to open the largest Apple Store in the country (confirmed!). The Mayah "loves" the store and made a joke at the…
Later this month, Apple is opening its latest flagship store on Boylston Street in Boston. The store's main claim to fame? It's huge. We're talking largest Apple Store in the
world country, by square footage. The store, in the city's historic Back Bay district, looks like a four-story glass cube. It's the first store…