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Porsche's head of GT cars says the Touring's been "super successful."
The most interesting tech isn't under the hood, it's on the Q4 E-Tron's windshield.
Its coupe-like profile isn't just for looks; there's also an aerodynamic advantage.
Audi is growing fleet of electric vehicles with two new SUVs, but this new compact range's most interesting tech is inside.
Be kind to your budget -- and the environment -- with these reusable coffee cups.
Minecraft's big Caves & Cliffs update is getting split in two. Here's the new release timeline - CNET
The game developers need more time to fully complete the ambitious update.
The votes are in: A lake filled with blue whorls beat out star trails to claim the championship.
The test lets people decide when and where they see likes on Instagram.
Plus, streamlined take-out orders, sunrise and sunset routines go global and more premade routine templates to choose from.
This tech makes it easy to turn your smart home into a mini smart grid.
The Mini might be exiting the iPhone lineup in the future.
Improved headlight designs boosted these two utility vehicles in the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety's multifaceted testing regimen.
Got a dark room? Turn it into a decent big-screen cinema. Plus: Get a heated massage gun for $28.
The company has also provided an updated on some of its other 20 Series phones.
It's still not ready for production, but the idea is evolving.
Looking for a portable speaker that can produce big sound? These wireless Bluetooth models aren't compact but they pack some real punch and are ruggedized for outdoor use.
A formal investigation will aim to establish whether Facebook's handling of the leak constitutes a breach of the GDPR.
Following a shortage of computer chips, the hits just keep on comin' for the auto industry.
New research from Stanford found that an endless parade of Zoom calls takes a larger toll on women than on men. Age, race and personality also make a big difference, the study found.