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  • Free SiriusXM Radio preview and 6-month offer for $24.99

    Free SiriusXM Radio preview and 6-month offer for $24.99
    Make your commute more bearable by tuning in SiriusXM satellite radio for free if the service is inactive in your car. Preview 60 channels of commercial-free music, news, comedy, and talk radio, including classic rock and sports talk and more.  Print a...
  • 2015 Honda Fit improves on space and fuel economy

    2015 Honda Fit improves on space and fuel economy
    If you're shopping for a fuel-efficient space-saving car, make sure to fit the redesigned 2015 Honda Fit onto your list. Even the outgoing car deserved that distinction; it thumped six newer competitors in a seven-car subcompact comparison back in 2012...
  • Chevrolet announces 0-60 time for 2014 Corvette Stingray

    Chevrolet announces 0-60 time for 2014 Corvette Stingray
    Three point eight seconds. It’s the latest morsel of information Chevrolet has released regarding its highly anticipated 2014 Corvette Stingray. The automaker announced Thursday that the seventh-generation Corvette will do zero-60 mph in 3.8...
  • 2015 Audi A3 entices entry-level buyers to luxury brand

    2015 Audi A3 entices entry-level buyers to luxury brand
    Want to know what the hottest thing in the luxury segment is these days? You're looking at it: Small, entry-level sedans from established luxury brands aiming to suck the millennial generation in with enticing design, luxury content and the latest in...
  • Elon Musk intends to turn James Bond prop into real submarine car

    Elon Musk intends to turn James Bond prop into real submarine car
    Los Angeles billionaire Elon Musk secretly purchased the amphibious sports car that appeared as a movie prop in a 1970s James Bond film with the intention of converting it into the real thing.   Musk, chief executive of electric car company Tesla Motors...
  • New satellite to improve tropical forecasts

    New satellite to improve tropical forecasts
    Armed with high-tech sensors, a new satellite should help the National Hurricane Center better project where tropical systems might hit, something it already does with near pinpoint accuracy. The satellite also should better predict how strong storms...
  • The Peyton Manning of old spurs a new Denver Broncos feat

     The Peyton Manning of old spurs a new Denver Broncos feat
    DENVER — As the clock ticked to zeros amid a roaring sea of rattling orange, Peyton Manning took off his helmet and ran away from the celebration. Before even shaking his fist into the air, he shook hands with the defeated New England Patriots....
  • DirecTV executive blasts broadcasters at congressional hearing

    DirecTV executive blasts broadcasters at congressional hearing
    WASHINGTON -- Consumers should get to choose which broadcast networks they want to pay to receive, a senior DirecTV executive told Congress on Wednesday. In testimony to a House Energy and Commerce subcommittee on communications and technology,...
  • Mars or bust, Buzz Aldrin says

    Mars or bust, Buzz Aldrin says
    Dancer, rapper, and, oh yeah, Man on the Moon Buzz Aldrin is talking, but are the right people listening? One of the original moonwalkers (“Michael Jackson always did it backwards!” Aldrin complained) challenged the United States to pick...
  • First Times Drive: 2014 Nissan Versa Note

    First Times Drive: 2014 Nissan Versa Note
    At the New York Auto Show in April 2012, Nissan made it clear that it had a busy 15 months planned. The Japanese automaker announced that it would overhaul its aging lineup with five completely redesigned vehicles. Since then, Nissan has brought us new...
  • New NASA satellite to study why the sun is so, you know, hot

    New NASA satellite to study why the sun is so, you know, hot
    IRIS, as NASA's newest scientific satellite is known, will launch into space Thursday at 7:27 p.m. Pacific, and you can watch it leave the planet live, right here on latimes.com. The satellite the size of a motorcycle is being sent to space to help...