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Google Pixel 5a Review

Google Pixel 5a Review

Google's a-series phones have always been the pick of the Pixel range, and the new Pixel 5a with 5G is no different. Straying little from the recipe of minimalistic hardware and design, balanced performance, and a knock-out camera, this latest addition to the affordable end of the spectrum may not use Google's homegrown Tensor chip as the upcoming Pixel 6 promises, but it also costs just $449.

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2022 Toyota GR 86 First Drive: Smile Machine

2022 Toyota GR 86 First Drive: Smile Machine

The idea of some attainable, low-risk fun sounds pretty good right now. Toyota probably didn't expect to be launching its 2022 GR 86 coupe in the midst of a global pandemic, the world rippling with geopolitical instability, and the markets convulsing like a seasick stomach, but suddenly a fairly cheap, punchy little two-door to distract us from the woes of the world feels just what the doctor ordered.

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2022 Jeep Grand Wagoneer First Drive: Social Climber

2022 Jeep Grand Wagoneer First Drive: Social Climber

The 2022 Grand Wagoneer takes Jeep into uncharted territory. Not in the usual, off-the-grid way that has delighted generations of Wrangler drivers, but an arguably even more challenging rise through the ranks of the luxury three-row SUV. Everything is big here: big truck, big V8, a big tech story, and not least a big price tag, with Grand Wagoneer ownership starting north of $87k.

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Apple CSAM Detection failsafe system explained

Apple CSAM Detection failsafe system explained

Today Apple released a document that outlines the security threat model review system included with their new child safety features. Apple clarified the various layers of security and pathways with which their new child safety system works. Clarification today was part of a series of discussions Apple had in the wake of the announcement of their new child safety features - and the inevitable controversy that followed.

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Meet the new Lamborghini Countach LPI 800-4

Meet the new Lamborghini Countach LPI 800-4

Few cars are as legendary as the Lamborghini Countach, the original poster boy of supercars. Conceived in the 1970s to replace the aging Miura, the Countach broke tradition by being the only Lamborghini car to have a monicker not associated with bullfighting or bulls in general. When news broke of Lamborghini's plan to revive the Countach, meanwhile, images of hybrid technology immediately came to mind, particularly given the automaker's breathtaking Sian hypercar, the progenitor of new-age Lambos with its supercapacitor-powered hybrid technology.

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The Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3 feels mainstream in all the right ways

The Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3 feels mainstream in all the right ways

As recipes go, "a better phone for less money" can't really be argued with, and that's just the strategy Samsung seems to have followed with the new Galaxy Z Flip 3. Third generation of the smaller clamshell design, the Flip 3 may fall slightly in the shadow of its larger, flashier (and considerably more expensive) Galaxy Z Fold 3 sibling, but even after a few days it feels like the more exciting product.

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Audi skysphere concept EV literally stretches and shrinks

Audi skysphere concept EV literally stretches and shrinks

Audi is no stranger to bedazzling concept cars, but few stretch the imagination quite like the new Audi skysphere. More ambitious than the the e-tron GT Concept - which, three years ago, was a production-ready prototype - or the A6 e-tron Concept which itself looks almost ready for the showroom, it's a vision of a Level 4 autonomous future that intersects with the recent grandsphere concept, formerly known as the Artemis Concept, but at the same time takes pains not to leave keen drivers out of the game.

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2022 Cadillac CT5-V Blackwing First Drive: Heart of a Hooligan

2022 Cadillac CT5-V Blackwing First Drive: Heart of a Hooligan

Cadillac's love affair with the big, ballsy V8 may be coming to an end, but the 2022 CT5-V Blackwing isn't letting its 668 horses leave with anything less than a gut-wrenching howl. Writhing behind the crisp-edged veneer of American Luxury is a racing-inspired beast; capable of being tamed for the road, sure, but unmistakably crafted with the track in mind.

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Surprise: The Lamborghini Countach is coming back

Surprise: The Lamborghini Countach is coming back

The Lamborghini Countach is set to return, with the Italian automaker revealing its surprise news about the iconic supercar today. Arguably epitomizing a generation of raw, alluring sports cars - and gracing plenty of bedroom walls in the process - the Countach also put Lamborghini's wedge-shaped styling on the map.

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Pokemon Unite review: Big fun, big concerns

Pokemon Unite review: Big fun, big concerns

If you thought that Pokemon Unite would be a lackluster attempt at a Pokemon-themed MOBA, you definitely aren't alone. Pre-release trailers didn’t do the game any favors, but now that it's here, the people who gave it a chance are finding that it's actually a lot of fun to play. Not only that, but Pokemon Unite could potentially serve as a good introduction for MOBA newcomers, turning an entirely new generation of people onto a genre that often feels like it's winding down.

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Apple’s major new child safety features detailed: Messages, Siri, and Search

Apple’s major new child safety features detailed: Messages, Siri, and Search

Apple has introduced an expansive list of new features designed to help parents protect their children from potentially explicit and harmful material, as well as reducing the odds that a predator may be able to contact a child with harmful materials. The new features cover Messages, Siri, and Search, offering things like device-based AI analysis of incoming and outgoing images.

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Nest Doorbell and new Nest Cams official: More style, storage and smarts

Nest Doorbell and new Nest Cams official: More style, storage and smarts

Nest has launched a quartet of new smart home products, with a new Nest Cam, Nest Doorbell, Nest Cam wired, and Nest Cam with Floodlight bringing revamped styling and more onboard-smarts. The redesigned range of home security devices include an uptick in onboard machine learning, allowing for data to be processed on-device rather than in the cloud.

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