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The 1969-70 Mercury Marauder X-100

Welcome to the Hooniverse Obscure Muscle Car Garage, a regular feature which aims to expand the notion of what a muscle car is, and maybe to change …

The Most Beautiful Cars of the Year

The Aston Martin CC100: The front grille, which is wider than the traditional Aston Martin grille, is one feature that will be seen on future Aston Martin sports cars, as is the distinct crease between the front fenders and hood.

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A Manufacturing Lesson From Tesla Motors

The rise of Tesla Motors is as much about tech innovation as it is about manufacturing excellence, something that Tesla is trying to improve and serves as a good case study for other green tech businesses.<p>Tesla is seeing more demand than it could handle partly because its suppliers haven’t been …

Phoenix Tease Possible Recording With R. Kelly

<i>Photo via Phoenix's Facebook</i><p>Phoenix sat down for an interview with Radio.com at Lollapalooza and discussed their on-stage collaboration with R. Kelly at this year's Coachella. The pairing happened pretty organically, it turns out. "We are big fans and we asked him in a very simple way and explained …

Diddy and Ma$e Backstage at #OVOFest 2013

It’s been a week of nostalgic hip-hop moments. We’re still reveling in Jay Z’s and Dame Dash’s monumental reunion, but before that there was another …

Phoenix Hint at Potential R. Kelly Collaboration

Back in April, Phoenix and R. Kelly stunned the Coachella crowd with their <i>very</i> unlikely stage collaboration. The R&B veteran and French indie-rockers …

10 Reasons Why People Fall in Love With San Miguel de Allende

<b>Magical San Miguel de Allende</b><p>Located in central Mexico, San Miguel de Allende has no beaches or blue waters like the Mexican resorts of Cancun, Cozumel, or Los Cabos. And it isn't easy to get to directly from many U.S. or Canadian cities. You might have to book a connecting flight in Houston or …

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Stunning Photos Remind New Yorkers Their City Is Awesome, Even When It's Too Hot To Function

We know... it's hot in New York right now. It's sweaty. It's smelly. The humid air makes a steam room at the spa feel like a dry, dry desert. New Yorkers want to be anywhere else and potential tourists are clicking the "if you like New York City, you might also like" option hard and fast.<p>Chins up, …

The 10 best treks in the world

These 10 classic treks are for serious walkers. All of them require a sturdy pair of lungs, fit legs and a good amount of preparation. However, if you choose to go on any of these trails then you will be rewarded with experiences that last a lifetime. In no particular order:<p>1. GR20, France<p><i>Image by</i> …

Artist Cuts into Cardboard to Create Old Hollywood Portraits

Rather than simply throwing away a cardboard box, artist Giles Oldershaw redesigns the discarded packaging he comes across as creative, layered portraits. By carving and tearing away at the material, Oldershaw exposes the ribbed texture sealed within. His meticulous precision and artistic ingenuity …

Marlon Brando

Using a ‘Smile’ Sign On the Ground to Get Passersby to Pose for the Camera

Here’s an interesting idea for street photogs who want to get some candid shots of people in a public square: tape a “Stand Here and Smile” sign on …

Photo Collector Robert E. Jackson on the Death of the Snapshot

Robert E. Jackson isn’t exactly a household name, but his massive collection of one-of-a-kind snapshots has earned him a great deal of recognition in …

The Importance of Angles, or ‘How Not to Take a Selfie’

Here’s a humorous 14-second video that might make that last bit of your Friday workday go by that much faster. In an attempt to prove how important …

How Many Of Your Friends See Your Facebook Posts? The Debate's Over, It's 35%

Each user post on Facebook is seen by an average 35% of the user's friends, according to a comprehensive recent study led by Stanford University researcher Michael Bernstein, who collaborated with three Facebook data scientists.<p>Facebook changed the algorithm determining what posts show up in your …

Stanford University

A private equity buyer could make money off of BlackBerry, even if it fails

Troubled technology firm BlackBerry is open to the idea of going private, as a way to turn itself around behind closed doors, according to Reuters. BlackBerry could be attractive to a private equity buyer since it throws off a decent amount of cash—it had more than $2.8 billion in cash on its …

The Saga To Take Dell Private Could End On Monday

That lawsuit, filed earlier this week, wants to stop Dell's board from relaxing a rule that makes it easier for Micheal Dell and his partner Silver Lake to win.<p>Dell's special committee agreed to change the way votes are counted so that Dell's offer could be approved if the majority of shares voted …

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Obama: I don't see Snowden as a patriot

WASHINGTON -- President Obama said Friday that former National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden is not a patriot for leaking details of previously secret U.S. surveillance programs.<p>"No I don't think Mr. Snowden was a patriot," said Obama, who added that Snowden has been charged with three …

Apple’s patent win won’t affect many current Samsung devices

Apple(s aapl) on Friday celebrated a partial victory in its patent case against Samsung. The U.S. International Trade Commission (ITC) found Samsung …

Steve Jobs Once Considered Killing Apple's Pro Products

Ken Segall, the creative director behind the Think Different campaign and author of <i>Insanely Simple</i>, a book about his experiences creating advertising for Apple, writes in a blog post about Apple's "evolving view of 'Pro'" that Steve Jobs once considered killing Apple's entire line of Pro …

Twitter forms #PAC to give Washington the bird

Twitter has registered its first lobbyist and formed a political action committee as it looks to increase its influence in Washington, DC. "We expect to continue to play an active role in speaking up on issues related to internet freedom, government access to user data, patent reform and freedom of …