Weekly Rewind: Milk replaces plastic, humidity slows phones, wicked supercars

In the tech world, a lot happens in a week. So much news goes on that it's almost impossible for mere mortals with real lives to keep track of everything. That’s why we’ve compiled a quick and dirty list of the top 10 tech stories from…

Internet on the go: Tesla equipping new vehicles with Wi-Fi hot spot chips

Tesla filed with the FCC to install Wi-Fi hot spot chips and modules in new vehicles starting after the first quarter of 2016. Drivers and passengers will eventually be able to access the internet while on the go.

Aston Martin pays tribute to legendary British aircraft with V12 Vantage S Spitfire

Aston Martin has created a special version of the Vantage called the V12 Vantage S Spitfire 80 Edition. Limited to just eight examples, the vehicle was designed to honor the 80th anniversary of the Supermarine Spitfire’s maiden…

'Rogue One: A Star Wars Story' gets a little promo help from Nissan

It’s time for another episode of "Pairing Something Exciting With Something Dull"! Lucasfilm has partnered up with five brands, including Nissan, to promote Rogue One: A Star Wars Story across the galaxy.

Lotus' newest Elise blends performance with user-friendliness

Lotus has introduced a limited-edition version of the Elise, its most affordable model, to celebrate its headquarters' 50th birthday. It features carbon fiber add-ons, and an array of comfort features in the cabin.

How to fix a flat tire at home

Flat tires are the worst, whether they're the result of a blowout or a rogue nail. Thankfully, our quick-hit guide will help you quickly fix a flat tire, so you can get your vehicle up and running with time to spare.

Korean automaker Ssangyong is considering sales to the U.S. market

Snagging may enter the U.S. market as a result of the Brexit vote, which has triggered currency fluctuations that will decrease the profitability of the Korean firm's exports to the U.K.
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Just in time for Burning Man – Jellyfish 12000 up for grabs

Jellyfish 12000 is for sale. There's still time to buy your own mobile dance studio with lights and audio in a mutant vehicle for Burning Man 2016. The two-level party on wheels has seating for 18 and space for 23 people.

How Google's Street View saved this man from an unfair $230 speeding ticket

A Canadian man used images from Google's Street View to fight a speeding ticket in court. The judge dropped the ticket, but the police maintains that the driver was going nearly 20 kilometers an hour over the limit in a school zone.

The Bugatti Chiron could still go hybrid, the company confirms

Bugatti's 1,500 horsepower Chiron almost went hybrid, and a gasoline-electric drivetrain still hasn't been ruled out. If launched, it would power an even more extreme version of the coupe.

Uber has already lost nearly $1.3 billion this year

It may be one of the most ubiquitous companies around, but that doesn't mean Uber is doing all that...well. At least, not when it comes to making a profit. Bloomberg reports that Uber has already lost $1.27 billion this year.

Lyft gives business travelers custom expense reports

Business travelers' expense reports are now made a little easier with Lyft's latest feature. Lyft's new feature allows for the selection of specific rides to include in expense reports.