Lets face it: A lot of holiday gifts just aren’t that useful, and end up stored in a closet indefinitely. That’s just a waste of money, so we’ve tried to collect gadgets tech that will hopefully avoid
But it could also be so much more than that, if only you have the proper tools in your utility belt. We've put together a list of the most useful apps every modern gentleman should have on his phone. showing
Update, Dec 1, 2016: Following our post below showing you how to check if your iPhone 6s is eligible for Apple’s battery replacement program, the company has now added its own tool via the program’s webpage.
Anyone even remotely interested in cameras knows that Zeiss lenses are the gold standard. But the 170-year-old company’s lenses can cost thousands of dollars each, making them pretty inaccessible for photographers.
No amount of warning could prepare us for how quick this new Lamborghini is. You may know the Nardò Ring as the 7.8-mile asphalt track where the world’s automakers take their top-speed vacations. A traffic-free
A 'Ring-honed, 550-hp beast—from Land Rover? Yet another abbreviation for performance has arrived, but this one comes from an unexpected place. Land Rover, a brand that usually trumpets the mudslinging
Take it to the limit, one more time. It seems like just yesterday we were falling over ourselves at the New York auto show debut of the 2015 Mercedes-Benz S63 AMG 4MATIC coupe. The remarkably beautiful
Down one turbo, up two gears. Those of us who have been consuming oxygen for more than three decades can still remember the time when SUVs were mostly working or off-road conveyances, manufactured by brands
Ford redesigns its popular crossover and packs it with technology. Ford touts the Edge as one of its most important vehicles as well as one of its most consistent sellers, with the company boasting that
Stunt car. On October 5, 1979, stuntman Kenny Powers attempted to jump the St. Lawrence River, a fiasco that was years in the making and cost in excess of a million dollars. From today’s vantage, the of
Toto, we're not in Vermont anymore. Geneva isn’t an ideal show for Subaru. The automaker could have instead parked its cars at a Vermont farm stand, set up a table of organic yams, and moved all the metal