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The 100 best Web sites according to Webware.com, plus jet packs and a high-tech Rolls-Royce.
This is what Rolls-Royce calls downsizing. Good thing they don't own Honda.
The 2007 Rolls-Royce Phantom is pure luxury and loaded with hidden tech, including 12-inch LCDs incorporated into tables in the rear for DVD viewing, a velvet-lined tray hidden in the dash to store your cell, and a stereo system that includes 15 speakers,
When a car costs as much as a Rolls-Royce you expect a lot in return for your cash. What you get is more than a form of transport. It's a feeling of wealth and success you can't get from anything else wrapped up in your own personal slice of Great Britain.
We spend a lot of time in cars, showing you what's new from the driver's seat. But increasingly we're spending time in the backseat, where tech innovations are also flourishing.
It's the new Rolls Royce Phantom Coupe, and we've got a sneak peek at the 2008 Geneva auto show. If you're the type of person who likes to ride in style, and with tiny LED lights embedded in the rooftop that resemble stars, then this is the car for you.
Everybody needs a hug sometimes, even if its from a computer. This week, Eric and Donald ruminate on the future of self-hugging, the dangers of hacking your hand, sweet retirement rides, Wookiee-worthy beanbags and cubed food.
On this, the day of the Zune HD, Donald and Jasmine naturally talk about the now-available player and its updated Zune Software and Marketplace, but the day would not be complete without some love for the next-generation Archos 5, a super sweet Internet media tablet with everything but the kitchen sink.
Eric Franklin once again invades the Crave podcast and is more than happy to provide his opinion on how unrealistic our latest Lego obsession is. Jasmine, on the other hand, is utterly unimpressed with the DIY power laces that aim to mimic the sweet Nikes from "Back to the Future II." But the tone turns hopeful when we get to Donald's army of beer-o-matic robots, and we're all a little taken with two sweet keyboards that take two totally different tacks.
We take you on a walking tour of the NY show, including the hot BMW 335is, Hyundai Sonata Turbo & Hybrid, Chevy Cruze Eco, the suposedly compact Rolls Royce Ghost and we even bump into Fudgie the Whale.