Just when you thought Google did everything they come out with driverless cars known as “robo taxis.” The company’s focus is aimed toward driver-free taxi services rather than selling the cars directly to consumers.
Canada, oh Canada. Police in Canada have recently released the helmet cam footage of a man that hit a black bear while riding his motorcycle. It happened on a highway in British Columbia and at 75 mph, it’s remarkable that both the bear and the motorist got away with no serious injuries. In fact, the bear got right up and kept it moving. Check out the video after the jump.
Man, oh man. It got all too real on a Detroit bus. One unruly passenger that was extremely upset about the bus machine not returning her ticket chose the wrong one to flex on. She decided to spit at the bus driver, but from the looks of things, that didn’t work out too well. I guess it didn’t help that many of the passengers incited the driver’s violent response. Check out her reaction after the jump.
Karrueche has been busy working with clothing company Karma Loop and earlier this week, represented for them at the annual MAGIC convention in Las Vegas. Upon her return home, her boyfriend Chris Brown had something waiting for her….and if I was here, I would have been PISSED! Check out his “work” in the gallery. How would you feel if you came home and saw this? Let us know in the comments!
Mercedes-Benz and Google are working on a new type of door-to-door navigation using Google Glass. But this would not serve as your regular navigation system it will literally give you turn by turn directions to your destination even after you park your car.
27-year-old Hank Butitta –an architectural student– decided to remodel an old school bus for his final project at the University of Minnesota’s School of Architecture. He found the fixer-upper online for $3,000, stripped it of everything inside and built “the ultimate road trip vehicle.” Check out the pics after the jump.
Australian police have released security camera footage of the brutal murder of soon-to-be father, Jason De leso. The tragic event took place in Pooraka, Adelaide, South Australia, by 9 hooded men that are believed to be affiliated with the biker gang, Hell’s Angels. Despite the commonly known codes of silence that various gangs keep, Australian police have issued a $500,000 reward for information. Hit the jump for the video.