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2015 McLaren 650S Coupe and Spider

McLaren's 641 horsepower 650S was designed to be a supercar that's as easy to drive quickly on that track as it is to drive calmly to dinner.

May. 14, 2014

MSRP: $265,500.00

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Panasonic MC-UL429 JetForce Bagless Upright Vacuum

Spend a little more and get much better performance with other vacuums.

Nov. 22, 2013

3 stars Editors' rating Nov. 22, 2013
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Intel renames McAfee software, John McAfee "elated"

Intel is changing the name of its McAfee anti-virus software to remove the association to security software enfant terrible John McAfee.

By Jan. 8, 2014

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Hello, McFly! You need this real-life hoverboard

If there's one thing movies have taught us, it's that hoverboards don't work on water, unless they've got the power. This one you're about to see definitely has the power.

By Jun. 12, 2014

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Gol! McDonald's World Cup app turns boxes of fries into field of dreams

McDonald's new Gol! app uses augmented reality to transform boxes of fries into a pixelated pitch so you can pretend you're playing in the World Cup.

By May. 21, 2014

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Get McAfee AntiVirus Plus 2014 (Win) for free

This one-year, one-user license would normally cost you $24.99.

By May. 16, 2014

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Trackside with the 2015 McLaren 650S (pictures)

Hangout trackside with McLaren's gorgeous "everyday supercar," the 641-horsepower 650S Coupe and Spider.

38 Images May. 13, 2014

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iPhone users are wine-drinking frequent fliers (Android users take the bus, eat McDonald's)

Research offers a curious perspective on the possible differences between those who choose the Apple ecosystem and those who don't.

By May. 8, 2014

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Former fugitive John McAfee returns with a messaging app?

The man once accused of murder sets his sights on new endeavors, like Chadder -- the privacy-focused social messaging app for mobile devices.

By May. 5, 2014

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App users opening the gates to data mining: McAfee

As Privacy Awareness Week kicks off, new research shows that many Android users are giving apps access to their personal information – whether they know it or not.

By May. 4, 2014