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Motor1.com | Car News, Reviews and Analysis

USA / Global<p>2019 Subaru Forester First Drive: Same Forest, New Trees<p>Boring but better, the new Forester is sure to appeal to the masses.<p>2018 BMW X2 …

Hot Rods

WIRED

The “Farm From A Box” Delivers Modern Agriculture To Places That Need It

Developed in California, the box is an all-in-one kit designed to spread modern farming techniques to where they’re needed, whether that’s small …

17 Photos Of Classic Cars Next To Their Modern Version

Old versus new.<p>Here's a roundup of some beautiful classic cars sitting next to their beautiful modern counterpart. It's amazing to see side-by-side.

Elon Musk's Hyperloop Gets Its First Funded Startup

Elon Musk’s Hyperloop may have seemed like a crazy idea pulled out of a science fiction novel when first introduced, but every day it seems closer to reality.<p>A group called Hyperloop Technologies has stepped up as the first funded Hyperloop startup, armed with an $8.5 million pool of money and …

From Portable Printers To Cheap Standing Desks, The Best Office Products Of 2014

Revamp your office with everything from elegant desk organizers to power-nap aids.<p>Good design in an office can turn an impenetrable pile of clutter into a beautifully organized arrangement; a slothful, sedentary workday into a healthy one; and a tangle of ugly power cords into funky decoration. …

YotaPhone 2 review: niche and expensive, but seriously cool

YotaPhone was inarguably one of the quirkiest smartphones released last year, with not one, but two displays. This curious marriage of LCD and E Ink was certainly a manufacturing achievement, but limited uses for the secondary screen meant it simply couldn't live up to its potential. Undeterred, …

Dual Screen, E-paper Display-equipped, 5-inch Yotaphone 2 Launched

Yota Devices has announced that the successor to its electronic paper display-equipped (EPD), dual-screen YotaPhone will go on sale in the UK and Europe from tomorrow priced at £555 (€699).<p>While the first device had a slightly odd, wedge-shaped chassis (and bizarre camera placement), this time …

#BYOD is Trending

The lineup at the Apple store on Fifth Avenue in New York was almost a mile long and comprised of almost two thousand people. In some cases, these …

Natural Materials Adorning Sophisticated Moscow Apartment by Alexandra Fedorova

A young growing family commissioned Alexandra Fedorova to design a modern 165 square-meter apartment in a green Moscow neighborhood. You may remember …

9 marketing mistakes that make you look like a rookie

There are a few glaring marketing faux pas that crop up everywhere, from newsletters to email campaigns, over and over again. But what could seem …

Marketing

Give the Gift of Better Gadgets

Who doesn't love getting a new gadget? Even if you can't afford to give the latest smartphone or HDTV as a gift, you can probably give some gadget-y …

Headphones

WSJ: Elon Musk wants to bring the whole world online with affordable satellites

Small, low-cost internet satellites that provide affordable internet to everyone on the planet. These are what Elon Musk wants to create next after working on reusable rockets, space capsules and electric cars since the early 2000's, according to <i>The Wall Street Journal</i>. The publication says Musk is …

Top 10 Home Improvement Tips Every Homeowner Should Know

It doesn't matter if you've bought a newly built home, a condo in a maintained community, or a fixer-upper—owning your own place brings out the home …

Home Improvement

WiTricity's CEO paints a picture of a wirelessly powered future

If WiTricity CEO Alex Gruzen gets his way, the company's tech will soon wind up in your phone, your car and even inside your body. That's because the Massachusetts-based company deals in magnetic resonance technology, and if those words don't mean anything to you now, they probably will before …

Refreshing or Revolting: 2015 Mercedes-Benz C-Class

View 27 Photos<p>The 2015 Mercedes-Benz C-Class is no longer at the bottom of the lineup, as the 2014 CLA has allowed it to move upmarket. As part of the promotion, the C-Class now gets a lighter body, tons of new technology, and two new engines. The updated sedan also gets an extensively reworked …

IBM Opens Up Its Watson Cognitive Computer For Developers Everywhere

IBM may be locked in the middle of the cloud war against rivals such as Microsoft and Amazon, but it has leapfrogged its competitors in the push to make a commonplace out of cognitive computing (in which machines think for us and sometimes like us). Big Blue announced today it will begin offering …

High Level of Interactivity Exuded by Stylish Modern Home in Taiwan

H2o+Co2 Design sent us photos and information about a modern house design they recently completed in Taipei, Taiwan. The owner who works in the …

Peadig is a Simple Wordpress Theme Framework for Bootstrap

Peadig is a new, versatile WordPress theme framework designed to open up Bootstrap, a popular ‘mobile first’ front-end framework created by former Twitter employees Mark Otto and Jacob Thornton, to both inexperienced and sensei-level web developers and designers.<p>Co-founder Alex Moss calls it “the …

13-inch MacBook Pro with Retina display review (2013)

Standing in a Best Buy is an odd time for an existential crisis. Yet it's an almost certain occurrence, at least when you're there shopping for a laptop. More so than with any other product category, buying a laptop forces you to make all manner of decisions and prognostications about yourself. Do …

How 6 Tech Underdogs Became the Industry's Most Respected Founders

We're finishing the last chapters of our October #MashReads non-fiction book club pick, Malcolm Gladwell's <i>David and Goliath</i>, and really hoping you …

Cover promises contextual lock screens and smarter task switching for Android

Lock screen replacements for Android aren't exactly new -- some even come as part of a larger overlay that customizes your home screen experience entirely. However, few lock screen replacements do as much as Cover, a new invite-only solution that launches today, promises to do. Not only is Cover …

Fragments of time: the wild, messy state of smartwatches

As Samsung's Galaxy Gear commercial illustrates, the desire for a truly smart wrist-worn device is as old as the electronics industry itself. We've lusted after smart watches for so long that we've melded the two words into one utopian noun: a <i>smartwatch</i>. 2013 has been an undeniably good year for …

Oyster, the ‘Netflix for Ebooks’, Arrives on the iPad

Oyster has brought its all-you-can-read subscription ebook service to the iPad after launching on the iPhone last month. The company has also removed the invite-only limitation of the service and added a 30-day free trial.<p>The service, which costs $9.95 a month, allows users unlimited reading of its …

Create Social-Friendly Polls Easily With Opinion Stage

No matter how great your website design may look, one important thing to remember is that communication with your readers is important. Getting to …

5 Free Services to Build and Sell Mobile Apps

The phrase <b>“there’s an app for everything” is not a hypothetical statement</b> anymore. There is <i>literally</i> a mobile app for every utility, business or …

Apps

Pizza, programming, and starting an industry: Bill Gates, the college years

Bill Gates' presence as a titan of the computing industry is now taken for granted, but before all that he was just a (rather extraordinary) college student. Biographer Walter Isaacson takes a look at the software mogul's earlier years at Harvard for the <i>Harvard Gazette</i>. It's a look back at a human …

Wireless charging war gets more interesting, as Qualcomm joins Qi

Wireless charging standards are a bit of a mess. There are at least three standards bodies vying to be the correct way to wirelessly send power to your devices: the Power Matters Alliance (PMA) favored by AT&T and Starbucks, the Wireless Power Consortium (WPC) backed by Verizon, and the Alliance …

10 things you should NEVER say during presentations

At our TNW Conferences we see a lot of presentations and I have given a fair share of presentations myself. I often see people making the same mistakes and cringe when I hear the same excuses or basic errors when people get on stage.<p>The easiest way to lose an audience is to make a mistake in the …

Fresh Resources for Web Designers and Developers (September 2013)

Four months to go before we revisit another round of new year resolutions. In the meantime, let’s see what is in store for September’s round up of …