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Logitech Harmony Express universal remote control review: Practical, but not perfect

It’s not the be-all, end-all of universal remote controls, but it’s plenty powerful for most people’s needs—and Alexa is onboard to lend a helping hand.

Dell Inspiron Chromebook 11 (3181) 2-in-1 review

When you’re used to a high-powered laptop that you can rely on for the most arduous of tasks, like video and photo editing, it’s hard

Which cars do Australia’s richest drive?

Mega wealth and pristine cars go hand in hand in latest rich list They say money can’t buy you happiness, but clearly it can buy

Rokit IO Pro 3D hand-on review: Services are the key for Rokit

Rokit is a new entrant to the phone market but it has already announced a few feature phones plus two new smartphones including this $300/£250

Best Samsung phones: Galaxy S, Note and A compared

Samsung has numerous smartphones within its portfolio, from the latest flagship models including the Galaxy S10 and Galaxy Note 9 to older, and now more

2020 Porsche 911 Carrera S Cabriolet first drive review: The uber-roadster

The Cabriolet makes up 30 percent of all 911 sales in the US, so you had to know that Porsche wouldn’t keep us waiting long

2019 Ford F-250 vs. 2019 Ford F-350: What’s the Difference?

Ford’s line of F-Series Super Duty trucks make up the best selling heavy-duty pickup line in America. Buyers in the market for a heavy-duty full-size

Mercedes-Benz A 250 Sport 4MATIC: Technology Review

Mercedes-Benz updated A-Class brings slick and satisfying technology levels to the small prestige segment The new Mercedes-Benz A-Class has inherited the continuous screen style from

2020 Ford F-Series Super Duty promises 7.3L V8 and record ratings

Ford has revealed the 2020 Super Duty range, and the new F-250, F-350, and F-450 promise to be the most powerful, tech-savvy trucks from the

Elac Debut B5.2 review

The Elac’s original Debut speaker range was launched around three years ago to a fair amount of acclaim. Now it’s back with Debut 2.0, and

2019 KTM 500 EXC-F Review : A kickass dirt bike… that’s also a street bike

For a number of years now, if you wanted a dual-sport bike with true off-road performance, a dirt bike with turn signals if you will,

2018 Ford F-150 vs. 2018 Ford F-250: What’s the Difference?

The Ford F-Series lineup comprises the best-selling vehicle product line in the United States. If you’re in the market for a new full-size pickup, you

2018 Vertigo Lampkin Replica 250 Review : Competition Tested (16 Fast Facts)

Despite the popularity of 24-time World Champion Toni Bou videos—the most watched has 16 million views on YouTube—observed motorcycle trials remains a fringe sport in

AOC C27G1 Review

The AOC C27G1 is affordable, curved and kitted out with FreeSync. Is this a good gaming compromise? The AOC C27G1 is a gaming monitor that’s

9 Cheap Smartphones (Under $250) Ranked Best to Worst

Low Price, Great Value Saving up $900 or more for an iPhone XS, Galaxy Note 9 or Pixel 3 XL? You don’t have to. Today’s budget smartphones are so good that

Razer Raiju Ultimate review

Back in 2016, Razer released the Raiju, a pro-oriented (and suitably expensive) wired PS4 controller that aimed to meet the demands of a rapidly expanding esports

Misfit Vapor 2 review

After releasing its first touchscreen smartwatch, the Vapor, last year, Misfit is back at it with the next-generation Vapor 2. As with the original Vapor, the

2019 Ford Super Duty F-250 Review

The 2019 Ford Super Duty heavy-duty pickup truck family runs the gamut from bare-boned work trucks to luxurious versions with swanky interiors and generously applied

iPhone XR benchmarks: Every bit as fast as the iPhone XS, with longer battery life

If you were to buy an iPhone based on benchmarks alone, the iPhone XR would be the one to get. When we took a look

2018 Jeep Compass Limited Review – Road Test

Jeep is confident that the all-new Compass will help its declining market fortune Improved in just about all aspects compared to its predecessor, the latest

TiVo Bolt OTA DVR review: More features, but many familiar drawbacks as well

TiVo’s DVR for cord-cutters gets a hardware upgrade, but it’s missing some modern touches. Cord-cutters are no longer second-class citizens in TiVo’s world with the

McLaren Speedtail official: 250mph hybrid Hyper-GT with outrageous carbon fiber

The McLaren Speedtail has been officially revealed, and if you were hoping for a 250 mph hybrid with mutating carbon-fiber bodywork and a lavish leather

Google Home Hub: Top 5 features, and how it stacks up to Echo Show

Google aims to strangle the new Echo Show in its crib, but its new smart display could also cripple hardware partners like JBL and Lenovo.

Dell XPS 15 9570 Review: A 6-core Core i7 makes it all worthwhile

Take one of the most beloved 15-inch laptops, drop in a wickedly fast 8th gen CPU Core i7 and better graphics, and you have the

2019 Audi Q3 first drive: Style and luxury with tech to match

With over 1.1 million sold since its introduction in 2012, the Audi Q3 has been an essential vehicle for introducing consumers to the Audi brand.

Panasonic Lumix LX100 II Full Review

Pros Bright f/1.7 lens Optical image stabilisation Numerous external controls Good noise performance 4K video recording Cons 4K video crop factor EVF not the most

2019 Honda CRF450L First Ride Review – Hey Honda, who should I make the check out to?

Lo and behold, and thank frickin’ God, the 2019 Honda CRF450L is finally here. Every so often, a new motorcycle will come out, and it’ll

iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max: To Upgrade or Not

Another year, another batch of new iPhones. More than just the beginning of a new breed of iPhones, last year’s iPhone X is changing the

2019 Audi e-tron official: Luxury electric SUV gets priced for US release

The electric SUV space is about to get crowded, with the 2019 Audi e-tron making its official debut in production form. Revealed in San Francisco,

Kia Ceed review: The gramatically correct family hatchback

The grammar police can stand down. The third-generation of Kia’s family hatch is now officially called Ceed (rather than cee’d). The original spelling was always