What place will the Mk 1 Cayman take in Porsche's history?
The new Range Rover is one of the most capable cars we've ever driven.
Remember when Porsche launched the Cayman? It was smaller and more sporty than the 911, yet felt slightly more grown up than the open top Boxster. It's now gone, but certainly not forgotten.
Audi launched the first generation TT in the late '90s, now we're on the third generation. Take a look not only at the new one, but where it's come from.
Join us as we talk about what we got up in February 2013. It may be the shortest month of the year, but that doesn't mean we weren't busy filming
If it indeed is real, the Samsung Gear Fit will go toe-to-toe with health-focused gadgets like the Fitbit Force and Nike's FuelBand.
A deal with the Canadian communications company will enable US customers who have LTE devices to access high-speed service while in Canada.
It's hard to pick a favourite out of all of the cars that we have been allowed to drive here at XCAR. There has been such a wide variety that even to judge them against each other seems crazy. Here, however, are the few I've shortlisted as my top drives so far.
It plans to use the $2 billion from Frontier Communications to invest in its Project VIP initiative -- a rollout of an all-IP, wireless cloud network.
The noise that falls from the back of cars can evoke some pretty great feelings. Here's our choice of the best from 2013.