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2018 Hyundai Sonata Plug-In Hybrid gives a choice: lower price or more tech

Hyundai has lowered the cost of its popular Sonata Plug-In Hybrid, with the 2018 car dropping more than $1.3k versus last year’s prices. The hybrid

Nokia 6.1 Plus: Nokia X6 with Android One for everyone else

It seemed at first that HMD Global would be bucking the trend and going against common practices in the Android market. It did, after all,

Why Apple may be the victim in 2018 MacBook Pro throttling

Apple’s most potent MacBook Pro may have a cooling problem, but blame for the toasty Core i9’s throttling may not lie entirely at the Cupertino

The 2018 Range Rover Supercharged LWB is SUV royalty

PROS Timeless design looks suitably imposing Supercharged V8 is a monster Legitimate off-road talents New infotainment system is a worthy upgrade CONS Gets expensive, fast,

PCs are on the rise again after six years: here’s why

For years now, prophets of doom have been talking about the death of the PC. To some extent, they are right. The PC of old

The Genesis G70 is a new brand calling out old-school luxury

For Genesis, being a three-year-old car brand is a blessing and a curse. The automaker, currently riding high on first reports about the all-new 2019

2019 Genesis G70 first drive: Bold car, brave choices

The 2019 Genesis G70 has a couple of problems, but underwhelming on the road – or indeed on the track – isn’t one of them.

Nokia 3.1 Review: Best at Basics

PROS Industrial Design is top-notch Android One means updates OS is simple and easy to use Nokia’s apps are good and helpful Value outweighs cost

Aston Martin made a 430hp city car and we’re in love

Aston Martin’s two-seater Cygnet city car might not be your first port of call for a 430hp racer, but that hasn’t stopped the British automaker’s

Apple MacBook Pro 2018: Everything you need to know

Apple’s new 2018 MacBook Pro range is here, and if you’ve been holding off a Mac upgrade because you wanted more performance, these could well

5 more uses for your phone: Pages you’ve not yet turned!

The second in a line of ways and means with which you’ll be able to unlock the full use of your smartphone is here today.

Why the Surface Go needed to be x86 and not ARM

Microsoft just revealed the Surface Go, its lightest, slimmest, and cheapest Surface tablet yet. Cheapest is relative only to other Surface 2-in-1s and it’s hardly

Sonos AirPlay 2: How to get started and what to expect

The Sonos AirPlay 2 update is out, and if you’ve always wanted your iPhone, iPad, and Macs to play more with your Sonos speakers, this

MacBook Pro 2018: New CPUs, True Tone, quieter keyboard

Apple has updated the MacBook Pro, adding new processors, support for more memory, a True Tone display, and making some changes to the controversial keyboard.

Windows 10 Preview: what’s coming later this year

Adopting the slogan and strategy of “Windows as a Service” is admittedly one of the best things Microsoft has ever done for the operating system.

Your phone has features you’re not using (x5)

Your phone can do things you didn’t know it was capable of. With the VAST number of features and potential of the computers we all

Google Pay embraces tickets, peer-to-peer payments

Although no longer in the spotlight, mobile payment continues to grow at a steady, though maybe slower, pace. In addition to adding new banks and

Galaxy Note 9 “official” image: Shocker or Non-shocker!

The biggest non-shock of the day comes from a leaked “official” render of the Samsung Galaxy Note 9. This device appears today with a series

TicWatch Pro Review: One smartwatch, two screens

PROS Dual screens deliver decent battery life Don’t sacrifice steps or heart rate tracking in Essential Mode Affordably priced CONS Bulky and uninspiring design Takes

New Galaxy Note 9 renders clear up some pre-release questions

The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 was revealed earlier this year by Samsung as – indeed – existing, and planned on revealing it as such at

iPad Pro as laptop: Apple’s new ads show tablet benefits

The iPad is better than ever thanks to the changes brought in iOS 11 joined by the Apple Pencil and smart keyboard. Though it’s not

2019 Jaguar I-PACE first-drive review: The go-anywhere EV

The 2019 Jaguar I-PACE all-electric SUV is finally here. Contrary to what others might say, the I-PACE is not primarily designed and engineered to dethrone

2019 Subaru Impreza priced up: More tech, more safety

Subaru has priced up the 2019 Impreza, nudging up the sticker by $100 but still sneaking onto dealerships forecourts at under $19k. Pricing for both

Galaxy S10: Everything we found out this week

Today we’re having a peek at everything we learned about the Samsung Galaxy S10 this whole past week. Samsung hasn’t yet revealed the device in

Toyota Supra to race NASCAR Xfinity Series

Toyota has announced that the new Supra sports car will be among the cars that race the NASCAR Xfinity Series. Toyota will start fielding the

Google vs PlayStation, Xbox: what it needs to win in gaming

Google has a presence in almost every aspect of our digital lives, from Internet services to smartphones to digital content distribution to connected homes. But

Honda’s Mean Mower V2 aims for 150 mph

Honda has unveiled its latest version of the insane contraption called the Mean Mower. Mean Mower V2 is aiming for a top speed of 150mph

Galaxy Note 9 height features detailed

The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 release date draws closer as a new dose of details leak from South Korea this week. The full extent of

The Galaxy Note S Pen has plateaued and that’s perfect

At first, the Galaxy Note 9 sounded like it was going to be yet another unexciting 2018 flagship like the Galaxy S9 earlier this year.

Galaxy Note 9 S Pen: 4 new features Samsung could add

The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 needs to distinguish itself from the rest of the smartphone world, and it seems a new and boosted S Pen