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Chevrolet’s first 2014 Corvette Stringray sold at auction for $1.1 million

Chevrolet’s first 2014 Corvette Stringray sold at auction for $1.1 million

Chevrolet has sold its first 2014 Corvette Stingray for a cool $1.1 million to Rick Hendrick, who owns a NASCAR team. The sale took place at the Barrett-Jackson car auction in Arizona shortly after the vehicle was unveiled at the 2013 Detroit Auto Show. Hendrick will receive the car this summer - complete with all the customization he wants - when it enters production later in the year.

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Nissan GT Academy crowns season two winner

Nissan GT Academy crowns season two winner

Nissan and Sony kicked off the second season of GT Academy back in October. Nissan GT Academy North America is a TV series that starts with some the fastest virtual racers on the Sony game Gran Turismo. The season started with 16 of the top drivers and then whittled those down from a huge number of drivers who accepted the GT Academy challenge on the video game.

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Need For Speed: Most Wanted pre-order bonuses announced

Need For Speed: Most Wanted pre-order bonuses announced

Like pretty much every big game released these days, Need For Speed: Most Wanted is offering bonuses for early adopters, and it's offering a lot of them. First and foremost, just pre-ordering the game gets you upgraded to the limited edition, which grants players early access to the Maserati GranTurismo MC Stradale and the Porsche 911 Carrera S in the game's multiplayer mode. It also rewards players with double speed points during their first four hours of Most Wanted's multiplayer.

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Sony PlayStation Move Racing Wheel is one crazy contraption

Sony PlayStation Move Racing Wheel is one crazy contraption

Motion-controlled gaming does function pretty well in many applications, but one area where it leads to nothing but confusion and frustration is in racing games. People hated Microsoft's Kinect-powered hands-free racing mini-games, Nintendo's Mario Kart on Wii only works well if you have a Wii Remote wheel attachment, and now Sony is going down that same path.

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SlashGear Morning Wrap-Up: May 2, 2012

SlashGear Morning Wrap-Up: May 2, 2012

There's a legal war going on this fine Wednesday morning, between Motorola and the German Xbox 360 - or its owners, of course, Microsoft and its other software Windows 7. Tinzen 1.0 has been released as an SDK for your download and enjoyment. Facebook will be dropping its IPO on the 17th of May for the public to go wild over. And for those of you loving the idea of next-generation ultrabooks, look no further than the Sony VAIO T11 and T13.

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Tesla Model X all-electric crossover unveiled and detailed

Tesla Model X all-electric crossover unveiled and detailed

On the eve of February 9th, 2012, it was in Hawthorne California that the public first saw the Tesla Motors Model X electric crossover vehicle. This lovely vehicle has the look of other premium crossovers such as the Acura ZDX or the BMW 5 Series Gran Turismo and is made to fit in with that niche on the outside whilst having massive amounts of space inside for a full family of riders. This vehicle is fully electric and therefor has a different set of needs as far as space for its motor components go - here showing clearly the benefits of not needing the much larger internal combustion engine.

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PlayStation 3D Display due Nov 13; Sony “evaluating” bigger models

PlayStation 3D Display due Nov 13; Sony “evaluating” bigger models

Sony has confirmed that the PlayStation 3D Display will go on sale November 13, offering 24-inches of 1080p HD 3D gaming for $499.99. Answering questions on the official PlayStation blog, Sony revealed that the display won't come with a remote control but will instead rely on the new PS3 Remote Control for armchair surfing. Meanwhile, there's confirmation that Sony is considering making larger versions in the future.

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