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  1. Netgear Arlo Q Release Date, Price and Specs - CNET
  2. Nissan's Titan XD aims to be the Cummins-fed Goldilocks of trucks
  3. A good-looking but feature-challenged AV receiver
  4. The i-Bright Surge Protector earns its high price
  5. A very fine 4K camera for the ground and the sky
  6. Star Wars Battlefront: Release date, gameplay and everything else you need to know
  7. Roku SE: A $25 video streamer for Black Friday
  8. YouTube Music app brings background listening (hands-on)
  9. This smart plug fails to impress with form or function
  10. Roost's new battery brings mobile brains to old smoke detectors (hands-on)
  11. Matrix is a super hub built for total smart-home control
  12. Xandem Technology will offer home security and integration
  13. Your kids can break this tablet as many times as they want (for a while)
  14. A cheap Android device that sacrifices too much
  15. Four reasons to buy a Steam Link -- and two reasons to think twice
  16. Web-connected coffee maker plans to school the competition
  17. TAG Heuer Connected Watch brings Android Wear to the luxury market (hands-on)
  18. Out with the Cadillac SRX, in with the Cadillac XT5
  19. Land Rover heads for sunnier climes with the Range Rover Evoque Convertible
  20. An action cam that takes you from shoot to share in a shake
  21. This isn't the Samsung robo-vac we're looking for
  22. Fibaro Flood Sensor boasts versatility and clever design
  23. Rise of the Tomb Raider: Release date, gameplay and everything else you need to know
  24. Toyota brings hybrid tech to the RAV4 for the first time
  25. Fallout 4: Release date, gameplay and everything else you need to know
  26. Don't count Sony out on cheap dSLRs quite yet
  27. An audiophile-grade in-ear headphone for less than $200
  28. Korner's DIY security kit keeps tabs on doors and windows
  29. Impressive sound, multiple must-have features and solid value
  30. Hyundai's new compact SUV is a solid choice, just not in this trim
  31. An affordable Android tablet with functional flair
  32. Call of Duty: Black Ops 3: Release date, gameplay and everything else you need to kno
  33. Hiku's grocery list gadget syncs up with Walmart, Peapod
  34. The GLS-Class is a moderately refreshed luxury behemoth
  35. Joby Action Battery Grip powers up your camera while you're recording
  36. Nanoleaf's smart bulbs have geek cred inside and out
  37. A very comfortable in-ear headphone becomes a better value as it's phased out
  38. 2016 Mercedes-Benz GLC 300 feels weighty, but in a luxurious way
  39. iDevices Thermostat is short on features, high on potential
  40. Enveloping sound, but not enough low-end punch
  41. Are Sol Republic's new Relays Sport Wireless headphones better than Beats' Powerbeats
  42. Living with the future of infotainment, one month in
  43. Xiaomi's Ninebot is a $315 mini Segway you can control with your phone (hands-on)
  44. The $329 ZTE Axon mimics ZTE's best, for less (hands-on)
  45. Teforia promises a brainy tea-making machine
  46. Canon's family-friendly T6i should get the job done
  47. GE's newest smart bulbs sync with your sleep patterns
  48. Shake it up: MetroPCS' $70 Alcatel OneTouch Fierce XL comes with Polaroid photo effec
  49. Motorola's Moto X Force pairs top specs with an unbreakable display
  50. OnePlus X launches in November with expandable storage and $249 price tag (hands-on)
  51. With its steep timer and brewing modes, this is no basic tea kettle
  52. Samsung gas range rests on pretty
  53. Samsung goes big -- really big -- on tablets with the 18.4-inch Galaxy View (hands-on
  54. Honda's Clarity Fuel Cell goes on sale next year, we drive it in Japan
  55. Escape adds Sync 3 to its roster of excellent tech and engineering
  56. When your own heartbeat is used against you
  57. Iris focuses on mobile with new smart-home hub
  58. Audi's Q3 is a solid performer facing very stiff competition
  59. Google's new $220 OnHub lets you boost your Wi-Fi signal with the wave of a hand
  60. Motorola and Verizon team up for the Droid Maxx 2 (hands-on)
  61. Motorola's 'shatterproof' Droid Turbo 2 coming to Verizon on Thursday (hands-on)
  62. Monkey will be a doorman for apartment dwellers
  63. Letv offers iterative improvements with the media-focused Le 1s (hands-on)
  64. PicoBrew Pico: The Nespresso of beer?
  65. A sweat-resistant, earbud-style headphone that's ultracomfortable and stays in your e
  66. Ultrabudget surround speakers trade subtlety for thrills
  67. Axis Gear built to make any shade or window blind smart
  68. An old friend
  69. ProDrone Byrd looks to lead the camera drone flock
  70. A fast portable drive that's way too expensive
  71. Oxo's Barista Brain might be the world's most versatile drip coffee maker
  72. Mini brings Hardtop updates to its all-new Convertible
  73. A low-cost multifunction touchscreen printer under $150
  74. An all-in-one turntable that digitizes your vinyl collection
  75. This talking luxury grill needs to improve its conversation skills
  76. London calling
  77. Lincoln luxes up the Navigator, doesn't change SUV character
  78. Luxury gaming and customization, at a price
  79. A battery overachiever with a poor camera
  80. Fossil's first Android Wear smartwatch arrives this holiday season for $275
  81. Great streaming features to tangle you in Amazon's jungle
  82. Asus adds laser autofocus to ZenFone 2, drops Intel chip (hands-on)
  83. Asus ZenFone Go takes on Xiaomi's budget smartphones (hands-on)
  84. Voyo device retrofits cars with smartphone-controlled immobilizer, gas-saving idle-st
  85. New Nook GlowLight Plus e-reader is fully waterproof, has sharper screen (hands-on)
  86. Misfit's new $100 Shine 2 fitness tracker buzzes and glows, and is a smart button, to
  87. Ford's full-size van is a big box bursting with potential
  88. Handheld device promises to find the gluten in your food
  89. BeOn's smart bulbs keep an ear out for trouble -- with or without power
  90. Leica's fast full-frame mirrorless delivers, but needs some design refinement
  91. HTC packs Android Marshmallow into an iPhone clone with the One A9 (hands-on)
  92. Libratone brings its Scandinavian flair to next-gen Zipp wireless speakers (hands-on)
  93. ?Polar debuts its first fitness tracker with an optical heart-rate sensor (hands-on)
  94. Lenovo's Yoga 900 laptop hybrid steps up the power
  95. Dell Latitude 12 Rugged Tablet (hands-on): Meet the tablet that thinks it's a tank
  96. Philips Hue 2.0: new Siri controls, same old system
  97. An attractive flagship that lacks excitement
  98. The massive 27-inch Lenovo Yoga Home tablet brings back the tabletop PC
  99. HP adds a colorful new 14-inch Chromebook
  100. Tight handling and new electronics make the 2016 Honda Civic a star compact
  101. Great-sounding tower speaker sets new standard for hi-fi value
  102. A good screen (and not much else) for a great price
  103. Bose's best-sounding in-ear headphone yet
  104. Pioneer surprises with new hi-res portable music player
  105. '60s muscle-car reboot shows off tire-screeching torque, hides its tech
  106. Chevrolet's 2016 Camaro is a 21st-century street fighter
  107. Secretlab Omega gaming chair drops fancy colors for classy office looks
  108. Alienware Steam Machine: A smaller game library than Windows, but a controller with b
  109. The GE Outdoor Switch offers Z-Wave users significant savings
  110. A personal workout coach on your wrist
  111. The $70 Ezviz Mini security camera is big on value
  112. Bare minimum home networking for cheap
  113. The Lexus GS F catches up to Germany's heavy hitters
  114. Cheap and portable, but still not worth the buy
  115. Sony packs even more power into its full-frame compact
  116. Rear wheel drives Smart Ped electric scooter
  117. BMW's M2 is the 1 Series M successor we deserve
  118. August's new Smart Lock will integrate with HomeKit
  119. August adds a smart doorbell to its growing product roster
  120. Downdraft vent, quick cooking make for an impressive KitchenAid oven
  121. No phone? No problem -- August's smart lock gets a keypad
  122. Electric Jukebox gives you hassle-free music streaming on your TV, for a price (hands
  123. Acer's new 34-inch ultrawide monitor was built for gamers
  124. Chevrolet Colorado Duramax is a thrifty, torquey diesel runabout
  125. Fizzics countertop beer tap brings the bar to you (hands-on)
  126. Toshiba's new Radius 12 hybrid gives you a 4K touchscreen and high-end specs for $1,2
  127. Benz's rakish sports SUV isn't for everyone -- that's by design
  128. Apple packs more pixels into its smallest iMac
  129. Meet Savant Remote, a really smart universal remote that Steve Jobs might approve of
  130. Canon's new entry-level mirrorless shows commitment
  131. Canon gives in, goes retro for its new G9 X point-and-shoot compact
  132. A more-power compact for Canon fans
  133. Acer's Liquid Jade Primo is a promising Windows 10 smartphone
  134. Buick's hottest sedan gets cheaper, adds CarPlay
  135. ELAC B6 debuts at number one
  136. A better (but pricer) Moto smartwatch
  137. Breville adds more precision, safety to its Fast Slow Pro cooker
  138. Messy results undermine Electrolux's nicely designed stick vac
  139. The missing link: Ford's genre-bending Flex starts to show its age
  140. A cheap, big-screen conduit to Amazon's digital content
  141. Kodak's latest live-streaming camera offers HD video for less
  142. The ASUS ROG GX700 is a water-cooled gaming laptop with primo graphics power (hands-o
  143. The Asus G752 stuffs premium gaming hardware into a bulky package (hands-on)
  144. Asus unveils the RT-AC88U, its first eight-port MU-MIMO home Wi-Fi router
  145. Schlage's smart lock makes Sense of HomeKit (if you've got an Apple TV)
  146. iDevices Outdoor Switch is useful, but overpriced
  147. At $2,000 for 55 inches, LG's OLED TV gets slightly more affordable
  148. At $2000 for 55 inches, LG's OLED TV gets slightly more affordable
  149. A popular in-ear Bluetooth sports headphone gets refined
  150. A compact phone worth your attention
  151. Yale unveils new Works with Nest smart lock
  152. Soars on selfies, sinks on substance
  153. An automatic espresso machine that makes lattes almost robotically
  154. DJI Osmo helps you get a grip on shaky video (hands-on)
  155. Aston Martin Racing 808 smartphone will set you back at least $6,000 (hands-on)
  156. Bowers & Wilkins Zeppelin Wireless dishes out premium sound at a premium price
  157. Dell pumps up performance and pixels for XPS laptop lineup
  158. An excellent router for those with fast home Internet
  159. HP awakens a new Star Wars Special Edition laptop
  160. Beats' new Pill+ Bluetooth speaker charges with Apple Lightning cable
  161. HP adds a flood of new premium Spectre and Envy PCs
  162. HP updates one of the best budget laptops, the Stream 11
  163. Lumo Run shorts track your pelvis movement to make you a better runner
  164. Microsoft Lumia 950 coming in November with Windows 10, 5.2-inch screen, starts at $5
  165. Microsoft's Lumia 950 XL takes on top-tier jumbo phones (hands-on)
  166. Microsoft unveils redesigned Band 2 fitness tracker, available Oct 30 for $249 (hands
  167. Microsoft's Surface Book laptop-tablet mashup gives MacBook Pro a run for its money (
  168. Microsoft announces entry-level Lumia 550 smartphone for $139 (hands-on)
  169. This is a whole lot of truck
  170. Roku adds 4K video, remote finder to its most powerful streamer yet
  171. This Vizio TV costs $130,000, so it'd better be good
  172. Control locks, bulbs and more with a new extender for Logitech's Harmony Home Hub
  173. This Vizio TV costs $130,000, so it'd better be good
  174. This Vizio TV costs $130,000, so it better be good
  175. Phase One XF camera and IQ3 sensor make you want to dive into every pixel
  176. Samsung's midrange French door fridge: Not bad, not great
  177. Why BlackBerry's Android-powered Priv is a big deal: What we know, think we know and
  178. This smart iDevices Switch has only an average IQ
  179. The Maserati GranTurismo Convertible Sport tugs at your heartstrings -- and your purs
  180. The Bud-E Fridge wants to connect you with your beer
  181. A well-done photo-retouching app with a slightly undercooked feature set
  182. "Hue, meet Siri": Philips' color-changing bulbs add Apple HomeKit support
  183. Vaio returns to the US with a powerful, pricey tablet for pros (hands-on)
  184. A full-frame powerhouse, the A7R II leaps beyond its predecessor
  185. Phone-centric puck still a great value, but not as your main streamer
  186. This all-terrain Bluetooth speaker doubles as a waterproof lunchbox
  187. Burner knobs are MIA on this expensive Kenmore range
  188. Samsung refreshes multiroom line with 360-degree speakers
  189. Angee promises to look and listen attentively to keep your home safe
  190. LG V10 doubles up on screens and selfie cameras (hands-on)
  191. LG debuts first Android Wear watch with 4G LTE (hands-on)
  192. Netgear unveils the Nighthawk X8, a $400 Wi-Fi router that aims to impress
  193. Logi adds a connected camera to its lineup
  194. The least expensive Mercedes is among the most versatile
  195. TiVo Bolt is a smaller, faster DVR with 4K-streaming for cable lovers or cutters
  196. A swifter, more streamlined take on OS X
  197. Google announces Pixel C tablet; priced at $500 for 32GB, $600 for 64GB (hands-on)
  198. Chromecast Audio is a dedicated phone-controlled music streamer that costs just $35
  199. SoundTouch 10 (hands-on): Bose adds Bluetooth to its Wi-Fi wireless speaker
  200. All-metal Nexus 6P flagship phone showcases Android 6.0 Marshmallow on huge 5.7-inch
  201. Google releases improved Chromecast for the same $35 price (hands-on)
  202. Android 6.0 Marshmallow brings mobile payments, Google Now on Tap
  203. Due for an update, the 2015 Audi S8 still shows handling chops
  204. All-metal Nexus 6P showcases Android 6.0 Marshmallow on huge 5.7-inch screen
  205. Sonos' new Play:5 speaker is bigger, sleeker, better sounding (hands-on)
  206. Keurig Kold turns water and pods into fizzy drinks
  207. Midrange sound bar hits sonic and streaming sweet spots
  208. Infiniti QX50 shows old-school driving feel but cutting-edge driver assists
  209. Meet the Gram, LG's first laptop for the US
  210. A potent phone for the paranoid and privacy-minded
  211. 2016 Scion iM's sporty looks disguise surprisingly sensible shoes
  212. A big screen in a slim package
  213. A sharp-looking hybrid PC that overpromises
  214. A fast, durable and flexible portable drive
  215. Better espresso brewing but at a high price
  216. Unprecedented zoom range, but unremarkable photo quality
  217. Uneven baking, lousy app decrease this oven's appeal
  218. Ford doubles down on aluminum with 2017 F-Series Super Duty
  219. Adobe trickles down 4K support to its consumer video editor
  220. Adobe subtly updates its consumer photo editor for Elements 14
  221. Ford doubles down on aluminum with 2017 F-Series Super Duty
  222. Big and cheap, but cuts vital corners
  223. Samsung's $99 Gear VR launches in November, adds virtual reality to all new Samsung p
  224. A stylish band that won't fall off your wrist
  225. Small changes build to big improvements for Honda's most important model
  226. Vertu's New Signature Touch phone is a titanium and leather-clad luxury that you can'
  227. Vertu's New Signature Touch phone is a titanium and leather-clad luxury that you can'
  228. Oxo's burr coffee grinder also weighs for accuracy
  229. Meet Pebble Time Round, Pebble's seriously thin, circular smartwatch (hands-on)
  230. Oasys wants to track your home water usage
  231. Tesla Model X to launch with falcon-wing doors, electric all-wheel-drive
  232. The Apple Car cometh (probably)
  233. Nissan Altima gets an extensive freshening for 2016
  234. Formlabs' new 3D printer uses a Blu-ray laser to cut objects out of resin
  235. Pitch perfect
  236. Android strikes back: Here's everything we know about the Nexus phones expected to be
  237. Polk offers stereo Omni S6 Play-Fi speaker
  238. Five reasons Microsoft Office 2016 is better than Google Docs, and three reasons it i
  239. ?Volkswagen debuts 2016 US-market Passat, remains committed to diesel option
  240. 2017 Audi A4 is a smooth operator with an embarrassment of tech riches
  241. Audi A6 surprises with high-speed handling, 4G data
  242. Router-free smarts with the iSocket 3G
  243. Low-priced, big-sounding speaker a towering value
  244. Midpriced receiver flexes home theater muscle
  245. The best multidevice Bluetooth keyboard yet
  246. Midpriced receiver flexes home theater muscle
  247. Insteon's HomeKit Hub shows potential, but needs work
  248. Anki Overdrive feels your need for speed
  249. A cheap espresso machine chock-full of quirks
  250. A sport plane for the masses? Fun, sure -- if you have $189,000 to spare