automobiles

autoerotica

Kansas Man Wouldn’t Stop Fucking a Car Until He Was Tased

A Kansas man was charged with “lewd and lascivious behavior” when cops found him sticking his penis in a tailpipe.
Samantha Cole
6.21.18
Uber Fails

This Is Uber’s Terrible Response When Someone Steals Your Ride

When this rider asked for a refund for a ride stolen out from under her, Uber initially declined, saying: 'we will likely not see eye-to-eye.'
Samantha Cole
4.28.17
Watch Out For Those Shells

Watch This Dude Play Mario Kart Using His Car as a Controller

A clever tinkerer hacked the Chevy Volt into a life-sized Nintendo 64 emulator.
Samantha Cole
3.22.17
AUSTIN

Google’s Self-Driving Cars Have a New Name: ‘Waymo’

It stands for a new way forward in mobility. Also--the name of a workout in Arkansas.
Madison Margolin
12.13.16
cars

You Should Be Able to Use Tesla's Self-Driving Mode to Make Money

The company prohibits using self-driving mode for 'revenue purposes' outside its forthcoming network. But legal precedents support overriding this restriction.
Corin Faife
12.9.16
apps

The True Cost of Your Uber Ride Is Much Higher Than You Think

Investor reports reveal riders only pay 41 percent of the full cost of each ride, with investors footing the remaining 59 percent.
Samantha Cole
12.2.16
Apple

‘Authorized Service Provider’ Programs Undermine Our Right to Repair Electronics

Tesla is stonewalling an independent repair shop in Denmark, just like Apple and other manufacturers do in the United States every single day.
Jason Koebler
8.30.16
Reviews

I Drove the New Mustang Because Hauling Ass Rules

Vroom vroom.
Derek Mead
9.19.14
Motherboard Blog

Elon Musk Says Self-Driving Teslas Are Three Years Away

t's a gradual approach that may be exactly what the coming autonomous vehicle segment needs.
Derek Mead
9.18.13
Motherboard Blog

Nissan Plans to Sell a Self-Driving Car in Just Seven Years

Actually, the company expects to have more than one.
Derek Mead
8.27.13
Motherboard Blog

Why Ford and GM Think Your Car Needs 10 Speeds

As federal fuel mileage standards increase and consumers still demand a whole lot of power to match their rising MPG numbers, the gear count marches on.
Derek Mead
4.15.13