Ferrari F14 Could Be A Win For Ferrari Racing

Ferrari F14 Could Be A Win For Ferrari Racing

By Ellisha Rader Mannering January 26, 2014

Life in the fast lane is competitive and nobody likes to be second best. Ferrari recently unveiled a new formula one race car, the F14 T, that they hope will make them a winner. Fernando Alonso and Kimi Raikkonen helped …

Kobe Bryant Buys a New Ferrari Italia Kobe Bryant Buys a New Ferrari Italia

As if you needed another example of how your life sucks compared to professional athletes, who get paid millions doing exactly what they love. According to TMZ, Kobe (pictured right, in his wind resistant driving mask… i kid) has purchased …

Blogging Pays Off With Camaro Concept

It’s a well-known fact that most bloggers toil away in obscurity, and that a lucky few manage to obtain all sorts of fame, money, and material goods (or a talented few – I don’t mean to slight anyone).  But, oh, what goods – Jalopnik’s Ray Wert recently got his hands on a Camaro convertible concept car.

Silverlight Makes A Splash

A number of press releases use words like “amazing” or “revolutionary.”  Then, as you read on, you find that the corresponding product or service is duller than dust.  With Microsoft’s new Silverlight, the opposite appears to be true – a relatively modest press release accompanied this new “cross-browser, cross-platform plug-in,” and rave reviews ensued.

The Great PR Screw-up

The phrase “damned if you do, damned if you don’t” seems to be an appropriate idiom to describe a developing kerfuffle surrounding Microsoft’s latest blogger outreach campaign ahead of the launch of Windows Vista at the end of January.

Microsoft Handing Out Ferrari Laptops to Bloggers

Well my good friend Scott Beale got one and Long Zheng is reporting a number of other bloggers have been receiving them as well, but it seems that Microsoft is handing out brand spanking new fast Ferrari laptops loaded with Vista to influential bloggers.

Netflix Offers $1 Million “To Build A Ferrari”

Earlier today, Netflix announced that it’s putting a $1 million prize up for grabs. The Netflix Prize, as the online movie rental company calls it, will go “to the first person who can achieve certain accuracy goals in recommending movies based on personal preferences.”

AOL’s PR Is Broken

Just when it seems things can’t get worse for AOL, it appears they have a mole leaking information to Consumerist.com. The Consumerist has been on AOL like a boxer pup on a meatloaf since the “cancel my account” snafu, digging up internal memos and employee manuals. The public relations nightmare continues.

EBayer Sells Herself As Ferrari Accessory

She must have seen the Center for Media Research report that eBay was the #1 auto sales destination on the Web before she placed her Ferrari Enzo – and herself – on the auction block. It’s not because she needs the money; she needs a husband as rich (or richer) than she is.