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First Drive Review : The Volvo S90 Sedan and V90 Wagon Are Swedish for ‘Sexy’

The Volvo S90 sedan and V90 wagon aren’t the vehicles that will save the Swedish automaker from the same fate that befell its former rival,

Razer Kraken 7.1 V2 Review : Monstrous Size, Mythic Sound

THE GOOD Extremely comfortable Great sound Lots of music presets Good mic THE BAD No 3.5-mm options No gaming audio presets VERDICT Although it’s hardly

2017 Nissan GT-R Review: Supercar for the people

PROS Exceptionally fast in a straight line Very easy to drive quickly More comfortable than in years past Affordable compared to similar high performance cars

HTC 10 Evo review

PROS Included USB-C headphones are good Water-resistant Android 7.0 Nougat CONS No headphone jack and no included dongle Uncomfortable design Expensive Unreliable camera Old CPU

Alcatel Idol 4S with Windows 10 preview: Dead software in a shiny phone?

The smartphone market is bizarre and almost completely unrecognisable from the state it was in just 5 years ago. In years gone by, the Windows Phone

Zvox Accuvoice AV200 TV Speaker review

THE GOOD: The Zvox AccuVoice TV Speaker makes dialogue definitely louder and more intelligible than standard TV speakers. The metal cabinet feels sturdy, and the

Lamborghini LM002 : The Weird History of the Rambo Lambo

In a 50-plus year history of supercars, hypercars, and ultra-exclusive grand tourers, the Lamborghini LM002 isn’t so much the black sheep of the family as

2017 A4 Allroad Review: Audi’s Counter to Crossovers

Audi wasn’t messing around when it came time to prove the 2017 A4 Allroad is about more than looking classy — and moderately rugged —

Fossil Q Marshal review : The classiest Android Wear show in town

Big on style and unashamedly hefty, the Q Marshal is one of – if not the – best looking Android Wear watch out there right

D-LINK EXO AC1750 WIRELESS ROUTER REVIEW

HIGHS Painless setup Impressive range for its price point Traffic prioritization capabilities Modern design LOWS No USB port Some features don’t provide expected benefits Despite

2016 LEXUS GS F REVIEW

HIGHS Well balanced performance Feels genuinely luxurious Seamless power from the naturally aspirated V8 LOWS Dated performance tech Frustrating infotainment system with an abysmal input

Roku Express Review — No Chromecast Killer

THE GOOD Large channel selection Inexpensive THE BAD Laggy interface Performance problems Inefficient physical design Every other Roku is better VERDICT The inexpensive Roku Express

PlayStation VR Worlds review

PROS Strong diversity of games The London Heist CONS Each experience too fleeting Experiences lack replay value VR Luge KEY FEATURES Five games in one

LG V20 REVIEW

HIGHS Exceptional cameras Sleek, tough metal body Removable battery Android 7.0 installed Excellent audio performance Second screen works well for notifications LOWS Not waterproof B&O

10 Cars for the Most Powerful People in the World

Official cars are some of the most visible symbols of any government. These cars are chosen to give a sense of power, strength, and professionalism at

PlayStation Vue vs. Sling TV : Face-Off

Suppose you’re ready to get rid of a restrictive, expensive cable package, but not quite ready to give up a variety of live channels at

Nixon Mission review

PROS Excellent water resistance High-quality build Bespoke tracking apps CONS Poor battery life Limited depth to tracking Screen tech not best suited to the purpose

Mio Fuse Review : Are you sporty enough to wear the Mio Fuse?

HIGHS Comfortable to wear Accurate heart rate monitor Water proof LOWS Has two apps when one is more preferable Bluetooth syncing problems Too big for

iOS 10 review

PROS Deeper 3D Touch integration Siri is finally open to devs The Home app is great Native apps can be deleted CONS Notifications still beaten

Michael Kors Access review : A fashion-first approach to Android Wear

Coming in a variety of looks for men and women, the Michael Kors Access looks similar to the designer’s analog watches, providing a fashion-first—if sometimes

2016 Audi Q3 vs. 2016 BMW X1, 2017 Infiniti QX30, 2016 Lexus NX200t, 2016 Mercedes-Benz GLA250 – Comparison Tests

Just as LeBron James, the Cleveland Cavalier forward, is far more likable than LeBron James, the Miami Heat forward, a hatchback called a crossover trumps

10 Things We Learned About the 2017 Kia Cadenza

“Kia” and “Luxury” are rarely mentioned in the same sentence (although a lot more so now than ever before), but since 2013, it’s been increasingly

Nissan BladeGlider first drive: Madcap concept hints at all-electric sports car future

It’s almost 34-degrees Celsius and we’re standing at the edge of a rickety karting circuit that’s located around 50-miles outside the centre of Rio de

AMD Radeon RX 470 review : A great graphics card with a terrible price

XFX’s gorgeous, thoughtful customizations are great, and the Radeon RX 470’s performance devastates its predecessors, but it’s priced too close to the RX 480. With

Porsche 911 Carrera (2017) review: Engine evolution?

Throughout its history the Porsche 911 has undergone some critical design changes, each one of which naysayers have warned might kill off what makes this

watchOS 3 beta : Our first impressions

Back at WWDC 2016, Apple announced watchOS 3, the third major revision of its smartwatch operating system, which could land with the Apple Watch 2.

Revo SuperSignal review

Verdict Visual appeal and audio ability mean the SuperSignal is a radio to be reckoned with For Stylish looks, fine build Good spec Decent ergonomics

Asus ZenPad 10 review

PROS Keyboard dock is well made and radically improves audio Decent battery life Robust build CONS Uses out-of-date Lollipop software ZenUI bloatware is annoying Underpowered

HANDS ON : APPLE WATCHOS 3 BETA

WatchOS 3 breathes new life into the Apple Watch, quite literally [/su_slider] WatchOS 3 steams out many of the remaining wrinkles in the always evolving

5 Cars That Look Nice on the Outside With Disappointing Interiors

We’re told not to judge a book by its cover, and that it’s what’s on the inside that counts. It’s a mantra that can be applied to all