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2018 Triumph Tiger 1200 XCa Review

Speaking of adventuring, on my way home from flogging this new Tiger all over the mountainside, I was inspired enough to explore a new route: Instead of

The new Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Yoga (3rd Gen, 2018) high-end business series – prices, specs, features and configurations

Lenovo’s well-known ThinkPad series has been always targeted at business consumers who appreciate high quality. The star of this article also features the “Yoga” element – meet

Kano Computer Kit Complete review: A fun DIY ‘laptop’ that teaches kids to build PCs and code

Build a PC, then build programs The Kano Computer Kit Complete does a wonderful job teaching kids hardware and coding concepts by letting them build

Oukitel K5 Review: Full Screen Smartphone under $100!!

OUKITEL is a brand which targets global customer and its main aim is to provide smartphones in the affordable price range. All the designs from

Vizio M-Series (2017) review

The Good: The affordable Vizio M-Series has better overall picture quality than anything else at its price, and in some ways outperforms even more expensive TVs.

Cadillac CT6 Super Cruise Review

The 145-mile jaunt between Flagstaff, Arizona, and Phoenix is almost entirely downhill. With a drop of approximately 5,800 feet between the two cities, the road

Raspberry Pi: Everything you need to know

How to get started with this $35 mini-PC that’s beloved by makers and DIY enthusiasts. The Raspberry Pi craze is a little over five years

Maingear Rush Review : Stunning Gaming Showpiece

THE GOOD Jaw-dropping design Powerful graphics and overall performance Highly customizable THE BAD Expensive VERDICT The Maingear Rush Superstock offers a highly customizable desktop with

Swann Xtreem Gravity Pursuit Video Drone Review

THE GOOD Captures HD video Comfortable controller Inexpensive THE BAD Mediocre video quality Difficult to hover and make small maneuvers No video preview VERDICT The

Raspberry Pi 3 gets 64-bit CPU, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth

While personal computers have mostly migrated to 64-bit CPUs more than a decade ago, mobile devices and embedded computers have only started their journey a

Samsung Connect Auto upgrades your car with 4G Tizen

Samsung may not be building a car, but it is building a car connectivity system, with Samsung Connect Auto aiming to make your existing auto

Google rolls out February security update for Nexus devices

Still holding on to its promise, Google has released updates for its most recent Nexus devices that carry within it the latest security patches for

Suzuki DR-Z400SM First Ride Review

The list of factory-equipped supermoto motorcycles in the US is short, real short. Really, one model doesn’t a list make; the Suzuki DR-Z400SM is the

2015 Indian Scout First Ride Review

It shattered records on Bonneville’s Salt Flats, rumbled to victory on the white sands of Daytona Beach, and climbed up nigh impossible inclines with the

Nintendo 3DS runs Windows 95, for real

Compared to running the very same OS on a smartwatch, seeing Windows 95 booting up on a New Nintendo 3DS might look tame in comparison.

Samsung 2016 Smart TVs will have new GAIA security solution

It seems that for 2016, Samsung will be putting a lot of focus on its smart TV platform. After announcing that all its 2016 smart

Qihoo 360 Total Security 2016 review: a whole security suite for free

Although Qihoo (pronounced Chi-hoo) provides two products under the 360 brand – Total Security and Total Security Essentials – both are free. So unless the

Hack turns Fitbit smartband into a malware carrier

PCs, smartphones, and tablets are fair game to hackers these days. And we’ve also started to see cars with sophisticated infotainment systems and controls also

TiVo Bolt (1TB) review: getting smaller and faster has a price

TiVo has been in the DVR game for the better part of two decades, and even in the slow-paced TV world, that’s enough time to

HP, 3M team up for laptops with built-in privacy screens

HP and 3M have partnered to produce business laptops with built-in privacy screens, the same sort of screens used at banks, hotels and other businesses

Huge 1.3m Dodge Ram recall as FCA woes continue

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) has been dealt yet another blow in the form of vehicle recalls. Following the news about 1.4 million Jeep, Dodge, and

Hackers vs. programmers, engineers, and computer scientists: What these terms mean

It’s easy to confuse a computer programmer with a software engineer or to refer to either as a hacker, but there are some differences between

Volkswagen has spent two years trying to hide a big security flaw

Thousands of cars from a host of manufacturers have spent years at risk of electronic car-hacking, according to expert research that Volkswagen has spent two years trying to

BMW, Mercedes Benz, Chrysler not immune to OwnStar hack

Samy Kamkar is at it again and this time he is leaving no car left unturned. Or unhacked in this case. Following on his warning

It’s the Chevy Corvette’s turn to get hacked

  Car hacking seems to be the new black recently. As cars get smarter, they also become more enticing targets to hackers for both fun

IBM: High-severity vulnerability puts Android M devices at risk

ANDROID’S BAD SECURITY SUMMER ROLLS ON. IBM has thrown more drama at the operating system, claiming that a high-severity serialisation vulnerability has users doomed. We

Tesla Courts Hackers to Defend High-Tech Cars

Hackers swarmed a Tesla sedan in a ‘hacking village’ at the infamous Def Con conference on Saturday as the high-tech electric car maker recruited talent

Want to be totally secure on the Internet? Good luck

When it comes to being safe from hackers, we could all take steps to do better, myself included. Less than a month into my new

Tesla hacked: car can be shut down via connected laptop

As the auto industry and security community is still reacting to the new about a Jeep Cherokee being hacked as it drove down the road, it

Silent Circle tries again: Blackphone 2 for Android for Work

  Given all the news about spying and hacking, you’d think mobile users would be more conscientious of their devices and habits, and yet they