The 2014 Nissan GT-R is perhaps the world's best supercar bargain. The BMW M6 represents the most power and technology BMW can cram into a sports car. Both cars are very similar in many important ways. But which one is faster at 1 mile above sea level?
Lamborghini celebrates 50 years by unveiling the Lamborghini Veneno, a production car that the Italian automaker sells for $4 million dollars
One wouldn't expect Ferrari to make a sports car with a hybrid motor and a dual clutch transmission, but the Italian automaker took on the challenge and unveiled their stunning new production vehicle
At the 2013 Geneva Auto Show, Volkswagen gaves us a look at not one but two models of their popular Golf vehicles, the GTI and the GTD
Antuan Goodwin takes a look at the new 2014 Corvette Stingray, the third incarnation of the 'Stingray' with fast lines and light weight materials wrapped in a Super Sports car package
CNET's Antuan Goodin takes a look at the Infiniti Q50, a new model car, which also has new tech, a new hybrid engine, and a new name to go with it
Here are the 11 essential -- and free -- apps to make your road trip fast, fun and easier to navigate than an elevator trip
The nation's grid is ready. Your neighborhood's power supply might be another story
See Jaguar's two seat sports car. The 2014 Jaguar F-Type is all you can expect of a Jaguar, and more
After debuting with much fanfare earlier this year, Chevy gives the Corvette Stingray a slight facelift at the 2013 Geneva Auto Show with the Corvette Stingray Convertible
The last time we saw the McLaren P1, it was a concept at the 2012 Paris Motor Show. At the 2013 Geneva Motor, McLaren rolled out the P1 again with the same good looks but with an electric motor
At the 2013 Geneva Motor Show, CNET's Antuan Goodwin takes a look at the BMW 3-Series GT and asks whether BMW has abandoned the wagon design, at least in the U.S.
Automotive Writer Terry Box reviews the 2014 Chevy Silverado
The 2014 Jaguar XFR-S stormed onto the stage at the LA Auto Show. Check out the most powerful Jaguar sedan ever built
California joins Nevada in allowing Google and others to test 'autonomous' cars. The law in both states requires a human driver onboard to take over in case of emergency but the cars apparently don't need the help
The all-new 2012 Honda CR-V stays very close to the size and image of its very successful predecessor, but it kicks the styling up a notch with bolder and more aerodynamic bodywork
The iconic Ferrari F40 was the last car that the Italian brand's founder oversaw before he passed away in 1988. The supercar was built to celebrate Ferrari's 40th anniversary from 1987 to 1992 and was the successor to the Ferrari 288 GTO
The new Chinese automotive brand Qoros presented its first series production vehicle, the Qoros 3 Sedan, at the Geneva International Car Show
Jill Ciminillo reviews the 2013 Ford Fusion Energi plug-in hybrid, including details on its new design, fuel economy and cargo space
Auto review of the 2013 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Moab edition 4X4
Toyota and Audi unveiled their 'driverless technology' at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas
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For decades, teenage boys were considered to be riskier drivers than teenage girls. But several new reports suggest that perception may be changing as girls are more readily taking risks while driving
Convertibles are supposed to be for sunny days on wide-open country roads. But the just-introduced Chevy Camaro ZL1 convertible is not like any other convertible you can name
These family-bonding games infuse fun into everyday activities. You'll be amazed at how your kids come alive
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If you haven't had an amazing Girls Night Out yet, you are missing out. It's a great way to bond. And having an epic Girls Night Out can do wonders for your mood. Here are a few tips on how to plan an epic Girls Night Out
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While talking to my daughter for the umpteenth time about the importance of cleaning up her room, I felt a bit of familiarity that was too close to home. I began to have that dramatic shrill that my mom used to have when she chastised me about something
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Finding the perfect gift for the cook or food lover in your life can be overwhelming. For one thing, there are so many things to choose from. Here's a handful of books and other foodie gifts to help you focus your choices
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In an age when we are constantly trying to do more, it may come as a surprise to see me encourage you to do less, but there is power in 'at least.' These two simple words can get you off the couch and can help you reach your goals because they crush the one thing that can impede your progress -- excuses
John Robbins wants to help replace our culture of excess with 'more of a high-joy culture.' Says Robbins, 'We can actually have a higher quality of life even though we may have a lower standard of living.' Robbins urges us to shift our definition of success. To do that, Robbins recommends making lifestyle changes. Here are some of his suggestions
If I ever harbored any doubt that the physical world is sidling over to the virtual, two news items have erased, once and for all, those reservations. The keypad and screen are about to replace the gentle voice and the concerned countenance of a real, live person across the table. Consider the following
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It's no big secret that the global economy is gasping for air. And that can certainly put a pinch on your just-for-fun funds. But it doesn't mean you have to hunker down under a gray cloud of boredom. There are plenty of things you and the gang can do for a good time. No need to reach too deep into your wallets!
The media is aflutter about a new study showing a growing number of women out-earning their husbands, a situation that has become more common in a recession in which men are losing jobs at a faster clip. There's even a catchy label to accompany the movement: alpha wives. To which I say: Oh, boy, here we go again.
What is it about high school that makes adults wistful for the good old days? Perhaps nostalgia gilds those memories. Or maybe it's the very grown-up knowledge that, once gone, they never return. Whatever the reason, I'm still not one to gloss over the realities of those angst-ridden years.
I'm wondering now whether I got it wrong all these years. Instead of recognizing my mistakes, instead of slapping myself on the side of the head, instead of wallowing in the humiliation I deserved, maybe I should've found a lawyer and sued
Happiness, researchers say, has a U-shaped relationship with age. People are relatively happy until they're 18 -- then life happens. Mortgages, jobs, children, relationships, disappointments with a capital D. So that youthful feel-good quality heads south until one hits 50. After bottoming out in the early 50s, however, people grow steadily happier
Yes, indeedy, 'manners.' What an old-fashioned concept, no? Maybe, she muses, people are too busy to be polite. To which my mother would've said: It takes the same amount of energy to be polite as to be rude.
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