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These lucky people got to try out a prototype for the first-ever self-driving car, a project Google has been working on for about two years. The car drove them around Google's headquarters in Mountain View, California.
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Castrol EDGE used a quartet of professional drivers, including RTM favorite Ken Block, to promote the company's Titanium FST oil. Using just light to guide the drivers on a dark track, this commercial has plenty of visual flair.
Take a closer look at the new 1190 Adventure from KTM. Nick managed to get the keys to this $25,000 earth roamer from MotoCityAZ general manager Geoff Mendoza. The new KTM is a mix of technology, horsepower and balance, making it an ideal choice for every road surface. Nick only clocked a few miles in the saddle but would've loved to cruise off into the sunset. To see more of the sights and sounds of the Overland Expo, click here.
UrbanUndercover Underwear is a Kickstarter campaign that looks to give ladies an extra pair for their everyday needs. To donate to the campaign and receive your extra undies, click here. Find out more about UrbanUndercover Underwear.
Before he was in The League, Jon Lajoie was known for his hilarious viral songs. He is back at it with his latest hit "Please Use This Song," which is about selling a song to companies to make commercials. We're not sure if he will find many takers, but we sure got a kick out of this funny and catchy tune. Click here for the entire video.
Madelaine is an egg farmer and she needs money for her business. The teenager is looking to get an egg-cleaning machine that costs a pretty penny. Madelaine's eggs are certified organic and the chickens are fed with natural grains. She is looking to raise money to focus on raising her chickens and less on cleaning the eggs. She has started a Pozible account to help her raise the funds to buy the machine.
Anniversaries are important. That's why a mobile phone company in South Korea celebrated their 30th anniversary with a collection of cell phones and pagers from the last three decades. They used that equipment to make an orchestra of sound. It's a quirky idea but it's pretty cool.
The Amazing Spider-Man 2 is set to hit theaters in May and fans across the world are getting excited for its release. In this new viral video, Spider-Man and another baby Spidey perform some cool stunts in a mirrored image. This video is actually an ad for Evian Babies and shows that water is important for crime fighters and toddlers.
It's weird to think cell phones are a relatively modern invention. Fueled created this awesome animation that goes through all the portable phone devices through the years starting with the DynaTAC in 1974 and ending with the two brands that seem to dominate them all nowadays: the iPhone and the Galaxy. The animation covers 40 years of cell phone history. Be sure to check out more from Fueled.com.
Marketing company Jung von Matt pulled a prank on shipping companies like TNT, UPS, and DPD by forcing their employees to carry around boxes that had massive advertisements on them for their common competitor, DHL. The company pulled this off by using a special technology on the boxes that made them appear black when they were in a cold, dark warehouse. However, after the boxes had a chance to warm up in their trucks, the black changed into yellow and red adverstisements for DHL that read "DHL IS FASTER." DHL told RightThisMinute they had nothing to do with the clever marketing ploy, and that Jung von Matt came up with it as a part of an internal competition going on within their company.
It's TECH TIME! These inventions are for those who need help on the road. First, if you are looking to scare off bike thieves, it is a no-brainer to ward off robbers with an RFID Bikealarm. Our second product, the RightPSI, is a cap to put on your tires to gauge the pressure in your wheels.
Being extreme is hard enough, but being a thrill-seeker in heels is even tougher. Roberta Mancino celebrated her newest styles with some BASE jumping models in Italy! Landing with platforms probably isn't the idea. This footage all comes from a GoPro camera.