Logic3 announces Ferrari headphones and earphones

Though obviously best known for its cars, Ferrari has branched out into other areas in the past including its own branded laptop and speaker systems. Now it has unveiled a range of headphones and earphones in conjunction with iPhone/iPod/iPad accessories…

Acer Liquid E smartphone gets Ferrari makeover

Acer are to launch a special edition of their Liquid E handset, fully branded by super-car manufacturers Ferrari. Coming in the iconic red finish that Ferarris are known for, the phone has chrome edging, the Ferrari insignia on the back…

Acer revs up Ferrari One laptop

Of course all that the PC has in common with the car is its dancing horse logo and red livery, but don't let that put you off. Under the hood it has a dual-core AMD Athlon X2 L310 1.2GHz CPU and 2GB of 800MHz DDR 2 memory, a 250 Gig hard drive and an ATI Radeon HD 3200 graphics processor.

Ferrari going green with ethanol-powered F430 Spider Biofuel

bio-fuel-ferrari-430-spider.jpgJust unveiled at the Detroit motor show is this thing, the literally world-saving Ferrari F430 Spider Biofuel. Place Jeremy Clarkson under 24-hour suicide-watch – Ferrari is “going green.”

The remixed and tuned F430 runs on the 85% ethanol 15% regular petrol mix that’s popular in the more forward-thinking bits of America. Ferrari’s doing this as part of a commitment it’s made to reduce its car range’s exhaust emissions by 40% in time for 2012…

Add another Ferrari to your collection with the Motorola Z8 mobile

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Ferrari products, like your mobile phone/laptop/segway, are obviously for people who love the glamour and wealth the brand promotes, but who just can’t cough up the thousands for an actual car.

Adding to their garage of Ferrari mobiles, they’ve pimped the Motorola Z8, bundling it with The Bourne Identity, as well as…

Ferrari opening its own theme park… in Abu Dhabi

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Disneyland? Schmisneyland! Alton Towers? Rubbish! Thorpe Park? Don’t make me laugh. The ideal theme park would be based on, ooh, red Italian Formula 1 cars. And whaddya know, Ferrari is opening its own theme park in 2009.