Lexus teases ‘track-ready’ F-badged car ahead of the Detroit Auto Show

Teaser images revealed by Lexus give hints to the car joining the RC F in the brand’s sport lineup. Speculation is across the board, but clues suggest we may see the GS midsize sedan wear an F badge.


Terrorists scared The Interview out of theaters, but we saw it before Sony wussed out

Sony cancelled showing The Interview in theaters due to terrorist threats, but we caught a press screening of the controversial movie beforehand. And the terrorists might have done Sony a favor.

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For the man who has everything: Photos tease Glickenhaus’ SCG 003 custom supercar

Supercar enthusiast-cum-coachbuilder James Glickenhaus releases photos of his upcoming bespoke sports vehicle. Details are scarce, but the car will be powered by a twin-turbo v6 and build on a unique chassis.


Most Americans have access to 100Mbps Internet, but from just one source

59.4 percent of Americans could opt for a 100 Mbps Internet service if they wanted do, but very few can select between more than one high-speed ISP.


LG’s slick webOS smart platform gets even slicker in 2015

LG unveils webOS 2.0, the next evolution for its extremely intuitive smart TV platform, originally launched at CES 2014. The system adds new features for easier access to content and TV settings, while speeding up boot up time, app loading, and more.

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Nvidia's Shield can do more than game -- It's a great tablet too

The Nvidia Shield Tablet boasts high-end specs and special gaming capabilities. It’s a powerful Android tablet with a few extras.

  • Pros: Powerful processor , Android 5.0 Lollipop , Lots of ports…
  • Cons: Chunky and slightly heavy , Battery doesn’t last long…

Finally! 2016 Acura’s second-gen NSX supercar confirmed for 2015 Detroit debut

After a long series of concept and prototype teases, the 2016 Acura NSX will finally appear in production guise in a few weeks at the 2015 Detroit Auto Show. Will it live up to the hype?


Future tire concepts from Hankook could take us out of the cart-and-buggy wheel era

Three concepts designed to change their structures on the fly show the potential future of wheel innovation. The tires each display a speciality in either desert driving, snow, and deep water fording.


Canon's Maxify workhorse printer proves it's serious about business.

Canon has a new series of printers designed for the SOHO and small-business markets. With workhorse performance and high-quality prints, it’s worth the premium.

  • Pros: Large color touchscreen , Single-pass duplex scanning , Fast…
  • Cons: Expensive

1.5 million people have given Windows 10 a whirl, 450k use the Technical Preview daily

It's safe to say Microsoft's Windows Insider program is a success. Over 1.5 million users have already signed up, and 450,000 of them are "highly active" members.


CyanogenMod-powered, 5.5-inch Micromax Yureka smartphone launched in India

India's largest smartphone maker Micromax introduced a new budget phablet called the Yureka. The Yureka runs CyanogeMod's custom ROM and sports mid-range specs for the low price of $140.


Voice control on this ZTE phone works without data, even when the phone is locked

ZTE announced the Star 2 smartphone, which comes with a comprehensive array of voice control features, which operate even when the phone is locked, or without a data connection.


Chris Pratt poses with his raptor pal in this new Jurassic World image

Jurassic World star Chris Pratt poses with a velociraptor in a new image posted by director Colin Trevorrow ahead of the film's June 2015 premiere.

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SpaceX will attempt to land a rocket on a gigantic floating lander pad tomorrow

On Friday, SpaceX will launch its first attempt at its ambitious new plan -- to land a Falcon 9 rocket on a self-stabilizing ocean platform. If successful, the landing has huge implications for the future of space travel

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