First, Giro Helmets spent $15,000 to build a lifelike replica of Lance Armstrong. Only then did they start to develop his helmet. Hundreds of prototypes and wind tunnel tests later, they ended up with the most aerodynamic helmet ever.
After his seven Tour de France wins, I thought my man-crush on Lance Armstrong couldn't get any bigger or creepier. But that's all changed—today I learned that Lance is an iSlate-obsessed gadget-head just like me.
Handset maker HTC and GPS giant Garmin have found themselves in the middle of an ugly war. This time the fight it isn't in courts over patents or trademarks—instead the battle is on the roads of the Tour de France.
In a crushing blow for vegetarians worldwide, a cucumber doused in vegetable oil has been proven inferior to prosciutto when tasked with cutting through steel sheet metal. Pork: 1, PETA: 0.
Lance Armstrong received surgery to more quickly fix his collarbone, which was broken into 4 pieces during a bicycle race in Spain. I wonder if he knows that the metal from the screws can set off the metal detectors in airports sometimes. (I have a titanium rod in my left tibia and the left over screw shavings set off…