Land Rover unveiled its all-new Range Rover Evaque at the Seoul Motor Show 2011 on March 31, 2011. "The all-new Range Rover Evaque scheduled to be released this year in Korea. It translates the classic design of our brand but unprecedented fashion.
The Nissan Cube was introduced at the Seoul Motor Show 2011; it comes to the Korean market with its unique style, more room, and an easygoing attitude. During the show, the Nissan Cube drew lots of attention from visitors.
At the Seoul Motor Show 2011, Audi finally showcased the E-tron, a high- performance sports car with a purely electric drive system, for the first time in Korea. The famous Korean actor, Ji Jin-hee appointed PR ambassador for Audi Korea is going to drive E-tron for a year.
BMW unveiled its new BMW 6 Series Convertible at the Seoul Motor Show 2011. The new 6 Series is a completely new car as compared to the previous generation and boasts of fresh exterior styling, interiors and power-train.
With the next generation of Hyundai buyers eagerly awaiting the upcoming launch of the 2012 Veloster, Hyundai fuels the excitement by teaming with Rhys Millen Racing (RMR) and Red Bull to campaign the car in the high-energy sport of rallycross.
"Attorney General Mark Shurtleff talks about his newly released book "Am I Not a Man? The Dred Scott Story" from Sortis Publishing. This historical novel illustrates the heart-rending true story of Dred Scott, a freed slave forced back into bondage, and his struggle to regain liberty."
A bicycle can perk you up on the way to work, burn calories, alleviate congestion on roads, and help reduce Co2 emissions, but not everyone wants to arrive to work strapped head to toe in sweat-soaked spandex. On a visit to Kalkhoff eBikes in Portland, OR, we found out more about the niche for electric bicycles, which help commuters get around town on two wheels without breaking a sweat.
Apple’s iPad makes a killer Web browser, gaming platform and virtual map, but it is really a superior way to read a book compared to e-readers like Amazon’s Kindle and Barnes & Noble’s Nook? We stack the two types of book alternatives side by side to see what each offers the digital bookworm.
Apple announced their next operating system for the iPhone today, iPhone OS 4.0. The new OS will bring the long awaited ability to multitask (run multiple apps at once) to the phone. It will however leave iPhone 2G and 3G owners out in the cold as multitasking will only be supported on iPhone 3GS models. Other features of the new OS include an improved Mail application, home screen folders, iBooks, and a social gaming network called "Game Center."
Today Infinity Ward released the official trailer for the Modern Warfare 2 Stimulus Package. The video includes a preview of the new map pack which will contain 5 maps. The maps include Bailout, Storm, Salvage, Crash, and Overgrown. The Stimulus Package will sell for $15.
Using a combination of 64 rotating lasers, panoramic and high-resolution cameras, and GPS and IMU positioning, Navteq’s newest mapping trucks are able to create ultra-detailed street-level representations at highway speeds.
We went over to Sharp’s CES booth to check out their line of connected televisions. Connected TVs are now content portals for all kinds of online media content and allow you to download apps and other media straight to your TV. We definitely expect the trend of interactive TVs to continue to grow.
If you're not already married to an iPhone 3G S, or happen to be a Verizon Wireless customer desperately seeking a fresh relationship with the cellie of your dreams, Motorola's Droid is the smartphone world's hottest new date. The Droid is the first Android 2.0 device, features a gorgeous WVGA 3.7-inch display and is equipped with a quality 5 mega pixel camera. For more information, read Digital Trends' Motorola Droid Review.
Plastic Logic’s Que proReader is a sleek 8.5 by 11-inch electronic reader geared towards business professionals and featuring on-demand content access. The device is now considered the largest eReader on market even though it measures only about one-third of an inch thick, but features a 10.7-inch shatterproof plastic display. This device is shipping in mid-April in two versions: The $649, 4GB model with capacity for 35,000 documents, and the $799, 8GB model that holds 75,000 documents.
The Nokia E72 is an extremely attractive phone with excellent build quality. It features a full QWERTY keypad, a quality 5 megapixel camera with flash, and solid call quality. The E72’s biggest drawback is the S60 operating system which makes us compare this phone to a Porsche 911 Turbo with the interior of a 1995 Chevy Lumina. For more information, read Digital Trends' Nokia E72 Review