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The internet-connected refrigerators will all be available in December, via Sears and Amazon.
The most comfortable VR headset yet, but not the best.
Toyota gives the new generation Camry Hybrid a power bump and greater average fuel economy, at 45 mpg, but it's most noteworthy improvement is how it looks.
With a glass design, big screen and supercharged processor, the Mate 10 has a lot going for it, but differences between the models are downright weird.
GardenSpace automatically waters your plants, monitors their health and wards away pests.
The blender has a built-in scale and Bluetooth connection so you can use an app to build a better smoothie.
Starting at $12, the lineup includes classic-shaped bulbs, floodlights and a weatherproof PAR38 smart bulb, all of which work with a range of hubs.
Leica did it first, but it's telling that no one else has tried in the four-year interim.
Samsung's WA52M7750AW top-load washer has a handy built-in sink, but still struggles to clean.
Some people prize the best picture for the money, but others care a lot about how a TV looks. The beautiful MU9000 aims at the others.
Ford's Shelby GT350 is no mere Mustang. It's more a track-ready race car that you can drive on the road.
Singapore-based startup igloohome debuts the Deadbolt 02. For $199, you'll get a Bluetooth fob, a touchscreen keypad and yes, physical keys.
Take one turbocharged engine, add two electric motors and you have a performance car that's a hella lot of fun.
The Lenovo ThinkPad Yoga 370 is a durable 13-inch convertible laptop that includes the stylus.
The old-school Alienware 17 is heavy and fast out of the box for when you care more about gaming and less about portability, plus offers a Tobii Eye Tracking option.
Take everything good about Aston's latest supercar and drop the top.
After more than 90 years in continuous production and entering its eighth generation the Rolls-Royce Phantom works hard to make "the best car in the world" even better.
The Ionic packs in all the features, but making them work together seamlessly is another story.
It might be bigger than Lenovo's other two-in-ones, but the 15.6-inch Flex 5 is a well-rounded multimedia machine.
It's one of the most affordable French door fridges available in black stainless steel, but it runs too warm for us to recommend it.