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 it. That’s why we’ve compiled a quick and dirty list of the top 10 tech stories from this…
Foxconn has a new business partner. The manufacturer best known for building Apple's iPhone will build the Evoke Urban S electric motorcycle. Accessible for new riders, the Urban S has a city-driving range of up to 83 miles.
Rather than buy a custom bike, Canadian Brian Janes built his own chopper designed for distance riding completely from eBay parts. After 10 years in the making his bike looks great, was built to fit his body, and goes the distance.
The 2017 Ruf CTR is a tribute to the original 1987 CTR, known as the "Yellow Bird." But while the original was a tuned Porsche 911, the new CTR is a completely new design made to look like its predecessor.
A motorcycle helmet is just as important as the bike itself, and for 2017, there are tons of new options to choose from. Whether you have connectivity, value, or comfort in mind, these 10 lids have just what you need to stay safe on the…
After being accused of targeting local regulators, Uber announces a plan to review past use of Greyball software and prohibit future targeting. Enforcement personnel would allegedly see altered maps of available Uber cars.
Last year Airbus published a few ropey-looking images of some idea it had about a flying car. Seven months on and it's gone and built a full-scale concept, and it's currently wowing crowds at this week's Geneva Motor Show.
Have you ever wondered who owns the companies that make the cars we buy? We figured out who the man behind the curtain is, and in doing so, we also found out some interesting facts about those companies.