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With tons of standard safety features, better fuel economy and vastly improved design, the new RAV4 makes a strong first impression.
Active shocks, seats and smarter drivetrain tech make one of the world’s most desirable trucks even more so.
If you fancy ergonomic comforts in your office, the NeueChair could be your thing.
Plug-in hybrid power makes the Crosstrek more compelling than ever.
The Silverado’s new turbo four will make you forget about the V6.
Let your garage door greet you at the end of the day with Tailwind's seamless auto opening and closing skills.
Saying goodbye to the Volkswagen Beetle by testing the Final Edition model in Mexico.
Apple MacBook Air (2018) review: The MacBook Air reboots as a thinner, lighter, more expensive laptop - CNET
This reimagined MacBook Air fixes almost all previous design issues, but not without adding a couple of its own.
The Amazon Fire TV Recast is a user-friendly OTA streaming product especially suited to users and fans of the Fire TV.
Though you'll have to settle for a low-resolution display, you do get dual cameras and a big 4,230-mAh battery.
With so many solid $500 convertibles available, the Acer Spin 3 comes up short in battery life and performance.
The subcompact Nissan Kicks mixes youthful style with real-world functionality.
With good looks, driving demeanor and tech, the Corolla Hatchback eschews the model’s stereotypical blandness.
This outdoor smart plug works with Google Assistant along with Amazon Alexa and includes two outlets you can control independently.
The Pixel 3's camera already makes it a standout -- but useful Google software elevates the phone even more.
The Pixel 3 XL screens calls, has wireless charging and delivers the same camera experience as the Pixel 3 -- all on a bigger display.
It improves on the original Razer Phone in almost every way, but its battery life and photo quality are disappointing, even after a software update.
Roku's $200 wireless speakers promise simple connection to your Roku TV and offer serious competition to sound bars at the price.
But the improvements should have gone further.
Microsoft's premium noise-canceling headphones stack up pretty well against leading models from Bose and Sony, but could cost a little less.