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We're expecting a new iPad and Apple Watch, but no iPhone 12 yet.
Apple just announced a new iPad Air with a pretty radical redesign. In fact, it looks very similar to the iPad Pro. It has a 10.9-inch Liquid Retina display, a new powerful A14 Bionic chip and a TouchID that's integrated into the top power button.
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A package deal to keep everything in one place.
The app gives subscribers access to instructional videos and workouts — with tracking, of course.
Apple just announced two new smartwatches, the Apple Watch Series 6 and Apple Watch SE. Here's what you need to know.
From the progenitor to the organic to the workwear-inspired.
If your mechanical watch collection is growing, you may want to keep them ticking when they aren’t on your wrist.
You can't go wrong with either, but they do satisfy different tastes.
European pros swear by trekking poles — here's why you should consider them too.
We examine the watches from our favorite categories from this year's GPHG watch awards event.
Learn to master one of the iPhone's most underrated apps.
Humvee resto-modders Mil-Spec have turned their attention to the Ford F-150, and the result is more extreme than the Raptor.
Accutron is re-releasing limited edition versions of numerous timepieces within its Legacy collection.
Oxo gets its second entry on the list, and a little-known Canadian cookware company makes the cut, too.
The EZM 1 is emblematic of the function-first approach that’s won German brand Sinn its dedicated fans.
Backed by years of R&D and loaded with smart tech, the ultra-bright BioLite HeadLamp 750 is a big leap forward for the category.
An old-school body-on-frame off-roader...from the folks who brought us the Niro?
Sinn's U1 DE, limited to 300 pieces, recalls the reunification of Germany in October of 1990.
The LG Wing is a wild dual-screen smartphone that's unlike anything we've seen before.
Mercedes could cut more than seven models from the American lineup, according to a new report.
A trademark for the name "Warthog" suggests the toughest Bronco could steer clear of the Raptor name.
Everything you ever wanted to know about America’s favorite brown spirit, including, of course, the best bottles you can actually buy.
Sony just announced the A7C, its smallest and lightest full-frame mirrorless camera yet.
Eleanor is fighting for a good cause.
The Orbitkey x Gear Patrol Leather Key Organizer keeps your EDC sleek, organized and elegant.
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