Hands on: Apple Pay is even slicker than your snakeskin wallet, brah

Apple Pay aims to disrupt the mobile payments space with its easy-to-use interface and long list of partners. Just how well does it work, though? We go hands on.


2015 Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat: 204 mph for $64,990

With a 707-horsepower HEMI V8 and four doors for $64,990, the 2015 Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat could be one of the biggest performance bargains around. How many other sedans can hit 204 mph for under $100k?


Strengthen the bond of Sony camera lenses with this replacement mount

Some Sony camera owners have reported loose connections in their E-mount cameras with heavier lenses and third-party lenses. The Tough E-mount from Fotodiox is an accessory that strengthens that connection.


Spoiler Alert! Brush up your fake, blood-soaked history with this Borderlands timeline

With Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel now out to fill in the gap between Borderlands and Borderlands 2, Gearbox has shared this spoilerific breakdown of the series' events so far.


Hang with Napoleon, Robespierre, and other famous French-folk in Assassin’s Creed Unity

The latest trailer for Assassin's Creed Unity's 11/11 release introduces some of the actors behind the characters you will encounter on your journey through revolutionary France.


Could Ford’s 2015 F-150 SEMA big-tired off-roader win 5th straight ‘Hottest Truck’?

Past F-150 pickup trucks were favorites of the modifying scene, and Ford hopes customizers will embrace the new 2015 model with open arms. This pair of SEMA concepts certainly make a good case for the aluminum-bodied truck.


5K isn’t just a big number for Apple’s record-setting iMac, it’s true innovation

Set your cynicism aside. Apple's new 5K Retina iMac offers innovative benefits to enthusiasts, and casual users alike.


F-Bom ski goggles have active anti-fogging technology built into them

Instead of special vents or coatings, F-Bom goggles are outfitted with a special heated lens that prevents moisture from condensing on them.

Cool Tech

What if Yahoo or Alibaba bought Netflix? Brace yourself, it might just happen

As the online TV space grows more and more crowded thanks to corporate-owned newcomers like HBO and CBS, Netflix has been in a precarious position. Porter Bibb of Mediatech Capital says the small, yet extremely popular company is ripe for a hostile takeover

Home Theater

What’s the difference between Windows 8 and 10?

Though Windows 10 is currently in a very early state, there are already some clear differences between Windows 8 and Windows 10 that are worth discussing.


Outraced by a robot: Watch Audi’s autonomous RS 7 conquer the track

When most people think of autonomous vehicles, they think of convenience, comfort, and traffic-easing driver aids. Audi has embraced those features as well, but this Sunday, the automaker put its self-driving RS 7 to the test in a Hockenheim hot lap.


13 hot new keyboards you can download on iPhone and iPad

Apple finally announced that it will allow the integration of third-party keyboard apps in iOS 8. So far, leading alternative keyboard creators SwiftKey, Swype, and Fleksy have confirmed that their keyboards will work on the new version of iOS.


Magic slippers, a watch that recognizes exercises, and more from Wearables + Things

From smartbands to smart shirts, smart clothes, and even smart shoes, the future of wearable tech is on display at the Wearables + Things show in Washington, D.C.


iOS 8.1 now available: Brings Apple Pay, iCloud photo library, and camera roll (updated)

Apple announces iOS 8.1, an update to its mobile OS that will provide the framework for Apple Pay, brings back the camera roll, and adds beta for iCloud photo library.