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  1. Durable, but overpriced
  2. Is the Coolest cooler than being cool? If you have $500, then yes
  3. Pricey accessories are a hard upsell for a free app
  4. 2015 Mercedes-Benz S550 Hybrid: Electric-drive luxury
  5. Samsung Gear S2 revealed: Everything we know about Samsung's latest smartwatch
  6. Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge+ is 5.7 inches of dual-curve screen (hands-on)
  7. Samsung Galaxy Note 5 coming August 21 with 5.7-inch screen, metal-and-glass build, n
  8. Paradise lost: The Edyn Garden Sensor falls well short of perfection
  9. Dell teams with Google for a pro-level Chromebook 13 (hands-on)
  10. Xiaomi's Redmi Note 2 is a $125, 5.5-inch phablet
  11. A stunningly beautiful coffeemaker saddled with a sky-high price
  12. LG now makes a curved soundbar, too
  13. ZTE's best phone yet, but it falls short of the competition
  14. A top-notch on-ear headphone cuts the cord -- but raises the price
  15. A sleep tracker for your bed, but not a great one
  16. A roving robot Buddy to watch over your home
  17. A great gaming laptop adds Nvidia G-Sync
  18. The next Apple TV: What to expect
  19. Upgrade your abode with smart-home gadget Branto
  20. Poor performance spoils this Frigidaire counter-depth fridge
  21. 2016 Acura MDX: More gears, less handling and seven-passenger capacity
  22. Stunning 4K aerial footage that doesn't break the bank
  23. This Bluetooth speaker goes to 11
  24. A compact home theater dynamo
  25. SunPort promises solar power sans panels (sort of)
  26. New name in home tech debuts smart surge protector
  27. Flash back to the '90s with this dated outdoor camera kit
  28. The Lumix G7 hits the target for families in motion
  29. A bare-bones budget buy
  30. Mist sprinklers use forecasts and sensors to up the volume on smarts
  31. Time, with a battery boost
  32. A premium-sounding Bluetooth speaker for an affordable price
  33. We drive the fastest, loudest Land Rover ever
  34. New Epson inkjet promises not to price gouge you on ink refills
  35. A tablet worth the commitment
  36. Elgato Eve's Room feels unfinished
  37. Epson reveals three new 2015 projectors under a grand
  38. DJI brings more drone diversity to its lineup with Phantom 3 Standard
  39. Flaws aside, this Samsung offers good performance for less than $1K
  40. A great gaming deal that's tough to beat
  41. 2016 Mini John Cooper Works Hardtop: More power and more refinement
  42. The Windows 10-powered CastleHub is a smart-home moonshot
  43. A full-size SUV that hauls like few others
  44. Cyntur JumperPack Mini can jump-start your car or just your phone
  45. Sans top and two seats, Audi TT Roadster equals coupe handling
  46. iFamCare forges ahead with its Helmet security cam
  47. Fujifilm X-T1 IR: Is infrared the new black?
  48. The best smart TV is among the most affordable
  49. This flying camera literally has its ups and downs
  50. Move your old blinds into the connected future
  51. Magic Duels falls flat for card sharps
  52. New Audi TT keeps your hands on the wheel and a death grip on the road
  53. You could use Drivemode for Android while blindfolded, but please don't
  54. Tiny Mazda CX-3 wows with big style, crisp handling
  55. Ford's Shelby Mustang GT350 hits the track with a rebel yell
  56. An on-ear wireless Bluetooth headphone done right
  57. This solid Kenmore fridge gets held back by bland design
  58. Instant Atmos speaker kit could use some polish
  59. Class-leading high-res player under $500
  60. Lumkani sniffs out fires before they start
  61. Alcatel OneTouch Conquest toughens up Boost Mobile
  62. ?New Moto G adds 4G LTE, 13-megapixel camera for $180 (hands-on)
  63. Microsoft gets it right
  64. This boring-looking icebox is a sneaky smart value
  65. Forget the specs, the 2016 Mazda MX-5 Miata is the embodiment of driving joy
  66. Moto X Play is a 5.5-inch, budget-minded globally-targeted smartphone
  67. Moto X Pure/Style packs 21-megapixel camera into a larger, wildly customisable body (
  68. New Ford Edge competes with luxury crossovers, commands premium price
  69. A pocket Bluetooth speaker that doubles as a flashlight/charger
  70. Large and in charge: Eureka's bulky vac cleans like a champ
  71. A new Nest device to Protect what matters most
  72. The best virtual reality you can experience with a phone
  73. Aging Civic Si still has a bit of pep in its step
  74. Low-tech Dacor range falls short of $7K expectations
  75. Sleek, cutting-edge 4K TV puts out impressive picture
  76. Sony RX100 IV: Small camera, big video
  77. This tiny Tim3 Machin3 sees dinner in your future
  78. This tiny Tim3 Machin3 sees dinner in your future
  79. LG's Diamond Collection fridge is too rough to recommend
  80. Acura ILX doesn't live up to premium aspirations
  81. A great running watch with accurate heart-rate tracking
  82. A better thermal camera for your buck
  83. Samsung Galaxy A8 seduces with silky smooth, all-metal body (hands-on)
  84. Finally, a multifunction inkjet printer with low-cost ink refills
  85. A tiny cube Bluetooth speaker with some pop
  86. This simple smartphone can't top rivals
  87. Tiny, lightweight action cam keeps a low profile
  88. Pricey curved sound bar fills narrow niche
  89. Highly detailed prints at a high cost
  90. High Fi: Hands-on with Google's wireless service, Project Fi
  91. Pricier $200 video streamer includes free mobile apps
  92. Modest improvements keep the CR-V relevant, but not dominant
  93. Three great reasons to buy the new iPod Touch -- and two reasons to steer clear (hand
  94. An affordable 4K TV with an excellent picture
  95. Simple Kenmore range packs induction firepower
  96. OnePlus 2 launches on July 27: Here's what we know
  97. Samsung doubles up on thinner, lighter Galaxy Tab S2
  98. Xiaomi's phablet kicks it up a notch with powerful hardware
  99. A sweet-sounding Bluetooth speaker that can juice up your phone, too
  100. Bosch adds stealthy upgrades to its budget dishwashers
  101. A gas pump for your GoPro, minus the hose
  102. Samsung's $4,000 fridge: Mediocrity never looked so good
  103. Hot-blooded Ford Mustang takes V-8 muscle into 21st century
  104. A high-end brand's step-down coffeemaker brews with bitter results
  105. Marshall's first smartphone, London, is for music lovers
  106. Panasonic's f2.8 24x zoom Lumix FZ300 camera doesn't mind getting wet and dirty
  107. Nine capacious juice packs to consider before your next trip
  108. Seven capacious juice packs to consider before your next trip
  109. One reason to get a PS4 or Xbox One: The sports games
  110. Why 4.7 inches is the perfect screen size for the next iPhone
  111. Here's the flexible E Ink screen that could be in the 2014 Kindle
  112. iPhone 6: Most-wanted features
  113. Walkmac revisited: The inside story of the 'first' portable Mac
  114. Game over for used games: How Xbox One and PS4 could gut gamers' wallets
  115. What my disabled iPod Touch says about the state of Apple's customer service
  116. Why Apple should develop Android apps
  117. Forget the iPad 5 -- I'm waiting for the iPad Mini Retina
  118. Top 40 must-have Blu-ray discs
  119. Amazon, Barnes & Noble go tit for tat in tablet wars
  120. Apple's iOS 7: Is It Taking a Page From Microsoft's Design?
  121. Google Now Comes to iPhone, iPad as Part of Google Search
  122. Apple Makes the Best Windows Laptop: Soluto
  123. Apple Profit Slips 18 Percent, First Drop in 10 Years
  124. Apple Donates $8 Million to Chinese Earthquake Effort
  125. Twitter #Music Rocks, But Could Make a 'Me Too' of Apple
  126. Apple iTunes Dominates Market but Amazon Gaining: NPD Group
  127. Apple, Yahoo Consider a Future, Despite Ties to Google, Microsoft
  128. Apple Patent Describes Flexible Device with Rolled-Up Displays
  129. AT&T, T-Mobile Announce Samsung Galaxy S 4 Pricing
  130. Apple Buys Indoor Mapping Startup WiFiSLAM for $20 Million: Report
  131. Apple, In a Rough World, Looks to Patent Some Protection
  132. Apple Investigated by European Commission Following Complaints
  133. Apple Sued By Intertrust Over iPhones, iPads, App Store
  134. BlackBerry Reminds Apple What Samsung Sales Have Made Clear
  135. Dropbox Buys Mailbox App for iOS, Android
  136. Apple To Get a Second, More Abbreviated Case Against Samsung
  137. Nokia Backs Apple's Push for Ban on Samsung Smartphones
  138. Samsung Buys 3 Percent Share of Ailing Sharp for $111 Million
  139. iFixit Tablet 'Repairability' List Highlights Apple Shortcomings
  140. Apple, Selling 3.5M iPhones Per Week, Nets $13B Q1 Profit
  141. Apple's Stock Plunge Mystifies Wall Street Analysts
  142. Apple Reports Mixed Earnings Results, Sees Huge Holiday Season
  143. Apple's Stock Plunge Mystifies Wall Street Analysts
  144. Apple Reports Mixed Earnings Results, Sees Huge Holiday Season
  145. Apple Ready to Answer iPad Mini Speculation Oct. 23
  146. iPads in the Enterprise: 10 Tips for Rolling Out Tablets to Corporate Users
  147. A Year into the Post-Jobs Era, Apple Looks as Strong as Ever
  148. 10 Apple Hardware, Software Products That Need Prompt Improvement
  149. iPhone 5 Hits Stores Worldwide, Apple Fans Rejoice - Mobile and Wireless - News & Re
  150. Xamarin Delivers iOS 6 Support in New MonoTouch Release - Application Development - N
  151. eWEEKEND: iPhone 5, Zuckerberg, Whitman Headline a Newsy Week in IT
  152. IPv6 Is Here, Kind-Of
  153. Mono 2.8 With Full C# 4.0 Support Released
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  155. DB2 Plug-In for Visual Studio 2010 Released
  156. Why Windows 8 Will Be a Hit for Microsoft
  157. Putting a Better Big Data Face on Windows 8
  158. Considering the IBM Watson Possibilities
  159. Internet of Things Creates Interesting New Channel Possibilities
  160. Dell Lays Bare OEM Ambitions
  161. What Dell Sees in Wyse Technology
  162. Apple vs. Samsung Court Message: Create, Don't Emulate
  163. Apple Now Seeks Injunction on Samsung's Hot New Galaxy S III