Pictures of flying cars and taxis of the future have blanketed the media this week thanks to the New York International Auto Show. As we bask in the shiny glow of these amazing machines, another photo has been making the rounds and it's worth a look. Behold the North Korean tractor simulator.
We've shown you a few cool personal submarines before, but they all fell just a bit short of the standard that a modern James Bond spy might require. To address that aesthetic deficiency, we have the Spymaster MiniSub.
Liêm Phó Nhòm took this picture in Vietnam and added the Geek Squad logo himself. That's one way to transport electronics!
We were head over heels when BMW showed off its electric i3 SUV and hybrid i8 coupe last summer and we're even more in love with its latest creation. The i8 Spyder is a convertible that loses the roof, two seats and stows two little surprises in its glass trunk, while maintaining the sporty and sleek look of the original i8.
Your Mom may still love driving a Humvee to the mall, but the military has different needs for its combat operations these days. Some 20 years after the Humvee first rolled out, the military is now entering the second phase of the project to choose its successor.
The Wolke 7 concept, designed by Timon Sager, is "the perfect combination of travel and feeling at home." Slung underneath the doubled up zeppelins is a three floor house that includes all the comforts of home, along with several giant TVs, a hot tub, and what appears to be a full-size grand piano.
As China grows, so does its obsession for claiming world records. The latest record that the Chinese have achieved is one that Sonic would be proud of: driving a car through the world's largest loop the loop.
The story of China's rise to tech powerhouse is fueled in part by the industrious nature of country's 1.3 billion people. Case in point, a laid-off factory worker in Wuhan recently responded to his bad luck by starting, of all things, a submarine factory.
Robot butlers and furry mechanized pets are nice, but as Japan ages what it really needs are better ways for the elderly to get around. Now a young Japanese scientist has come up with what may be the perfect solution.
They say you can't take it with you when you die. That may be true, but you can definitely spend the money to make sure your last ride to wherever you will be resting goes off in bling-bling style.