Details are emerging about a new CBS television show featuring real celebrities swapping lives with lesser, average citizens of the same name. Sounds pretty cool if you're one of the "Joe Schmo's" who gets to move out of their parents' basement and in to the lap of luxury. But it doesn't sound so good for the celebrities involved...
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Dashboard mounted portable navigation systems have been coming under fire lately with fierce competition from the smartphone “app”. Major GPS manufacturers such as Garmin and TomTom are working to quell the onslaught coming from software by lowering prices and adding features to their hardware-based devices. Using their superior screen size and dedicated processing power to their advantage, here are the top 10 essential features of any portable navigation device.
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Mini's produced a couple of special edition talking cars to celebrate the brands 50th anniversary.
One of the cars that may get a little touchy with you is the Mini Camden, pictured to the left. Mini’s Nathalie Bauters explains that the cars feature a system, called "Mission Control" and will offer a combination of over 1,500 different statements in three distinct voices.
This past weekend saw the yearly event of Knightcon (2009) turbo boost its way into Halifax, UK.
The event that boasts it pulls together the largest gathering of K.I.T.T. replicas anywhere in the UK was organized by Rob Ormondroyd.
British newspaper the Telegraph has reported K.I.T.T., the car from Knight Rider, as the most popular TV car of all time.
The black 1984 Pontiac Trans Am got a staggering 24 percent in a recent survey. This left other iconic cars such as the DeLorean from Back To The Future and Batman’s Batmobile watching from the sidelines.
UK Knight Rider fans, if you’re missing Knight Rider and have found yourself saying something along the lines of; "K.I.T.T., I need ya buddy," than I bet you a fiver that K.I.T.T. has answered your prayers.
Variety reports that channel Five’s upstart web based station Fiver has acquired three US shows including the remake of Knight Rider.
A movie buff from the UK plans on selling his £1m collection of movie memorabilia and has started the sale by selling one of his most prized possessions, K.I.T.T.
Have you ever wanted to ask K.I.T.T. a direct question? Well now’s your chance.
With K.I.T.T.’s voice soon to become available for download on both TomTom and Garmin GPS devices, Navtones has William Daniels coming back in the studio to record additional content to what was already recorded for the Knight Rider GPS. I’m sure you’ve seen over on our landing page or even at the top of this page the 'Submit your name' link so K.I.T.T. can personally address you. Well, if you haven’t already submitted your name I recommend you do. We‘ll soon have Mr. Daniels back in the studio and you wouldn’t want to have missed out.
Now if that wasn’t good enough, along with Knight Rider Online (KRO) we’re running an exclusive 20 question with William Daniels interview series.