Feb 24th 2009 3:02PM It's a law in america called "civil forfeiture." Any possessions seized when you're arrested, EVEN IF YOU'RE LATER FOUND INNOCENT, are forever the property of police.
Feb 19th 2009 12:07PM I think it doesn't look anything like something Apple would make -- the design cues just aren't there.
FYI, I consider that refreshing.
Feb 17th 2009 1:29PM Yeah... don't Korean carmakers get huge subsidies from their government?
Feb 12th 2009 2:39PM @Anthrax
Buy an unlocked one, use your SIM card. Problem solved.
Feb 6th 2009 2:34PM Yeah -- how dare he question authority, right!
Go about your business, citizens.
Jan 5th 2009 2:06PM ...which is like a big field, with really big plants (called trees).
Jan 2nd 2009 3:09PM Well. That's something new I just learned about that guy.
Jan 2nd 2009 12:14PM Can't you get used H1's for under $30k? :\
Still a very, very cool project.
Dec 11th 2008 3:32PM I can't think of a better way to spend that small hunk of that $14 billion. They're an american car company, they're doing something innovative (and fast, and cool) -- give them their fair share.