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2017 Mazda CX-5 Release Date, Price and Specs – Roadshow

“If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.”http://www.cnet.com/”Leave well enough alone.” When you’ve got a winning formula, it’s usually not a good idea to go fiddling with things, lest you accidentally ruin a perfectly good thing. Clearly nobody told Mazda this. The Mazda CX-5 was only just introduced back in 2012 ...

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Apple releases new ad with real-life iMessage stickers

Apple just published a new video ad on its YouTube channel. I’ve been writing about recent Apple ads because they’ve been a bit more creative than your average consumer electronics ad. This time is no exception as Apple created a city-wide sticker fight. With iOS 10, Apple introduced stickers into ...

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After Math: Keep pace in the space race

It's been a productive week for those of us trying to get the hell off this crazy planet. NASA showed off a radiation-proof flight vest for interplanetary astronauts while Blue Origin debuted its latest rocket engine and previewed its upcoming New Gl… Source link

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Apple wins Laptop Mag's tech support showdown (again)

The Winners After we spent several weeks evaluating 10 laptop makers based on their online support and live chat, social networking resources, and phone-based help, we found that Apple earns top marks once again for its extremely knowledgeable support staff and strong web resources. In a huge improvement over prior ...

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Emotiva Airmotiv T1 review – CNET

Today we’re witnessing a renaissance for budget home-theater components. Entry-level gear is explosively good these days, as evinced by great-sound-for-the-money offerings from companies like Elac America, Fluance and Emotiva. While Elac is arguably the most consistent and definitely the most visible, we have also been impressed by the products we’ve ...

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US Army looking to resupply troops via mortar bombardment

The proposed system, dubbed the Ammunition Resupply Projectile (ARP), uses a standard mortar round that’s had its explosive payload removed. Instead, that cavity can be packed with up to 150 5.56-millimeter rounds, surveillance equipment — even submunitions to target enemy forces. Once the round hits the apex of its flight, ...

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Kingston DataTraveler Ultimate GT review – CNET

The Kingston DataTraveler Ultimate GT is more of a statement than a practical storage device. For the first time, a thumb drive — a little storage device you normally get for a few bucks and plug directly into your computer — has more storage space than most computers and costs ...

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