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Reviewing a television is a lot more work than watching reruns of Desperate Housewives and seeing how many wrinkles we can spot. Here’s the in-depth tale of how we test televisions.

Eight countries won’t be getting the Xbox One this year

The release of the Xbox One has been pushed back in to 2014 for eight countries: Belgium, Denmark, Finland, Netherlands, Norway, Russia, Sweden, and Switzerland, for a variety of reasons.

Chrysler forced to recall faulty Fiat 500e models

Chrysler has been forced to recall a number of Fiat 500e models while insisting the issue has nothing to do with the vehicle's all-electric powertrain.

NASA-engineered Airocide makes air as clean as Mother Nature intended

Own a piece of NASA technology with the Airocide, one of the most efficient and complex air filtration systems out there. Just make sure you've got eight Benjamins at your disposal.

RoboDesk lets people in wheelchairs finally geek out with tablets and smartphones

Engineers at Purdue University have developed the RoboDesk, a motorized tablet mounting system, which has been designed for people with disabilities who use a wheelchair.

Will Apple’s quest for dashboard dominance change in-car tech for the better?

After years of ignoring in-car tech, Apple is pursuing it with a vengeance. See why the company made this big change, why carmakers are partnering with it and what it might mean for consumers.

OptiGrill gets into the indoor grilling ring with less George Foreman, more British accent

Are you an urban dweller who pines for a backyard grill, or otherwise appliance challenged? Our mates from across the pond have developed a very George Foreman-like countertop grill with a raft of features that will have you in the steak in…

Hands on: ‘CoD: Ghosts’ multiplayer feels polished, but frantically familiar

Infinity Ward offers a promising first hands-on runthrough of the competitive multiplayer in 'Call of Duty: Ghosts'. New modes, new perks, new streaks, and plenty more to come.

5 things we hope Tesla remembers to include in their ‘budget’ car

Considering the Blue Collar Tesla will likely have to contend with fully-electric offerings from BMW, Mercedes, VW and others when it hits the streets, I have a list of features I'd like to see before I put up my money for a down payment.

Lytro-like camera tech takes a step closer to appearing in smartphones

DigitalOptics has announced it has signed a deal with Lite-On in China to produce is Mems|cam camera modules, which could bring Lytro-like abilities to smartphones, from the end of this year.

The next mouse-killer: Haptix 3D multitouch sensor turns any surface into a controller

Haptix, a new 3D multitouch sensor, aims to kill the mouse dead. The device transforms any surface into an 3D multitouch surface to control your PC or TV. Unlike the Leap Motion, which senses your gestures in the air, Haptix senses them on…