Two collectors helped drive the bidding for a rare functioning Apple 1 that finally sold for $374,500. That's double what auction house Sotheby's had given as the high estimate. The winning bid for the Apple 1 and two original operating manuals was placed by telephone; the victorious bidder has not been named.
Were you one of the 18 sites snubbed by NASA during yesterday's Space Shuttle giveaway? Well perhaps you can console yourself by getting this Concorde supersonic jetliner instead. But just as with the Shuttles, there's a catch.
If you're a billionaire who's tired of the constant competition to own the world's largest yacht, you might want to consider bidding on this British aircraft carrier so you can blow your fellow billionaire's weeny little boats into the weeds.
If you have been searching for a centerpiece to crown your collection of vintage space equipment, now is your big chance, because a space-flown 1961 Vostok capsule is about to hit the auction block.
If you're a space geek, and as a DVICE reader that's not exactly a stretch, an upcoming auction provides a rare opportunity to get some truly incredible stuff from NASA's moon missions that should turn your space geek buddies green with envy.
Stargate SG-1 may no longer be on the air, but its props are still kicking around. So if you've ever wanted to own an X-699 rifle or, you know, a real Stargate from the show, now's your chance.
It's hard to decide if Frank Skroback's 1934 creation is a plane that drives like a car, or a car that's supposed to soar like a plane, but it's considered the oldest known "roadable aircraft" — which we guess is...
In case you don't like your gamertag on Xbox Live, check eBay for your chance to be known as "hitman".This auction is for the Xbox Live Gamertag, Hitman. That is H-i-t-m-a-n. No hidden letters or numbers. Don't bid on this...