Secrets of Area 51: The road to Area 51 Video
Walk a mile in these boots, through four chapters of one woman's journey, and see where the road takes you. (A road trip, a rural route, a rabbit trail, and down the home stretch.)
XCAR witnessed Radical's most ambitious project to date the RXC take its first ever steps onto public roads
Molly Wood and Jeff Cannata unbox this 52,000 pound high tech recreational vehicle loaded with every gadget you'll ever need on a road trip, including flat screen tv's, audio and a high-definition satellite dish.
The acting U.S. cyberspace director steps down, which means there's an opening! Iriver may release a touch-screen tablet to compete with an Apple tablet that we don't even know actually exists. And Yahoo closes down Bix, which means you'll have to take your karaoke act on the road.
From 1997: Ryan Seacrest hangs with amateur rocket makers in the Nevada desert.
The rush is on to put iPad's in dashboards; another car gets recalled over a sticky Prius gas pedal; and if DWT is up, are accidents up with it? We also take a ride in the Infiniti FX35 and the Chrysler Town & Country Limited--the most TVs on the road you'll ever see.
Ever wanted to fly your car instead of taking that five-hour road trip? Terrafugia, a company founded by graduates of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, hopes to make that a reality in the near future with the Transition, a hybrid plane/car with collapsible wings.
This week we run down all the Twitter tools you'll ever need to make yourself a Twitter god or goddess! Find local Twitterers in your area, phone in your Twitters, discover the best links in everyone's Tweets, and tons more. Plus the FU of the Week is served by an IBM master inventor who connected his house to Twitter, and the Artist of the Week is the designer of the infamous FailWhale!
A new take on Wes Craven's 1977 film of the same name, "The Hills Have Eyes" is the story of a family road trip that goes terrifyingly awry.
In the great cinematic tradition of "Road Trip" and "Dude, Where's My Car?" comes "Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle," which follows two likeable underdogs who set out on a Friday night quest to satisfy their craving for White Castle hamburgers and end up on an epic journey of deep thoughts, deeper inhaling and a wild road trip as un-PC as it gets. John Cho ("American Pie" 1 & 2) and Kal Penn ("Malibu's Most Wanted") take on the title roles in the film directed by Danny Leiner ("Dude, Where's My Car?") written by Hayden Schlossberg & Jonathan Hurwitz.