The High-Tech World of Hot Wheels Will Change the Way You Look at Toys

Since 1968, Hot Wheels has produced more than four billion die-cast cars in more than 800 models and 11,000 variations. It's one of the only toys that can still be purchased for a dollar, and yet, while the basic concept of the 1:64 scale cars hasn't changed, the high-tech tools that power today's design process would…

The High-Tech World of Hot Wheels Will Change the Way You Look at Toys

Since 1968, Hot Wheels has produced more than four billion die-cast cars in more than 800 models and 11,000 variations. It's one of the only toys that can still be purchased for a dollar, and yet, while the basic concept of the 1:64 scale cars hasn't changed, the high-tech tools that power today's design process would…

The high-tech world of Hot Wheels will change the way you look at toys

Since 1968, Hot Wheels has produced more than four billion die-cast cars in more than 800 models and 11,000 variations. It's one of the only toys that can still be purchased for a dollar, and yet, while the basic concept of the 1:64 scale cars hasn't changed, the high-tech tools that power today's design process would…

These Kids Singing "I Fought the Law" Win The Holidays

On Wednesday night, a small all-boys choir assembled on the steps of Federal Hall, set up a music stand next to the statue of George Washington, and prepared to sing for a crowd of New Yorkers. They were dressed impeccably in Ben Sherman peacoats, each with a tartan scarf and a newsboy cap. It would be hard to imagine…

These Kids Singing "I Fought the Law" Win The Holidays

On Wednesday night, a small all-boys choir assembled on the steps of Federal Hall, set up a music stand next to the statue of George Washington, and prepared to sing for a crowd of New Yorkers. They were dressed impeccably in Ben Sherman peacoats, each with a tartan scarf and a newsboy cap. It would be hard to imagine…

These Kids Singing "I Fought the Law" Win The Holidays

On Wednesday night, a small all-boys choir assembled on the steps of Federal Hall, set up a music stand next to the statue of George Washington, and prepared to sing for a crowd of New Yorkers. They were dressed impeccably in Ben Sherman peacoats, each with a tartan scarf and a newsboy cap. It would be hard to imagine…

These Kids Singing "I Fought the Law" Win The Holidays

On Wednesday night, a small all-boys choir assembled on the steps of Federal Hall, set up a music stand next to the statue of George Washington, and prepared to sing for a crowd of New Yorkers. They were dressed impeccably in Ben Sherman peacoats, each with a tartan scarf and a newsboy cap. It would be hard to imagine…