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2016 Honda Civic Touring Review - Long-Term Update 6

Exploring the fancy tech in the sensible Civic<p>It’s been an eventful few months for our long-term Civic. Associate online editor Jason Udy, the Civic’s original chaperone, recently moved on to the long-term Nissan Titan HD Pro-4X Diesel. During its time as an orphan, the Civic was involved in a …

2017 Honda Civic Type R: Forbidden fruit no more - Roadshow

This, dear readers, has been a long time coming. The 2017 Honda Civic Type R is finally here. Honda's been making lightweight, race-ready Type R versions of its cars for about 25 years now, with the Civic first getting the nod in 1997. Those cars have shown up in Japan, Europe, Australia and... …

This is R Type of Civic | 2017 Honda Civic Type R First Drive

The red-badged Civic finally makes its way to the States. It does not disappoint.<p>Getting into Montreal ahead of the 2017 Formula 1 Canadian Grand Prix, the city is alive with the sounds of pedestrians, house music, and the revving of expensive cars echoing off the stone facades and cobblestone …

How to Unlock Dark Link in THE LEGEND OF ZELDA BREATH OF THE WILD

There are few baddies in the history of <i>The Legend of Zelda</i> that have resonated with fans more than Dark Link. With this in mind, it’s not surprising …

Fujifilm X-Pro1 review

Fujifilm has a history of making beautiful cameras, particularly in its X series. The X100 and X10 are more than just pretty faces, too — both deliver gorgeous pictures and video. They're designed more as companions to a DSLR rather than your one and only camera, though, and the entry price is high …

Sony RX1 review: shooting like a pro with a pocket-sized camera

It’s hard to shoot pictures in the dark. You typically have the choice of either taking a blurry, dim photo, or using a flash and ruining the ambiance. So you buy a DSLR and an appropriately bright lens, but then you're toting around a big, clunky, and very obvious camera setup. But what if you …