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iPad Pro 2 purportedly pops up in leaked images

Assuming the images are what they seem to be, they provide the first look at the next generation of Apple's 12.9-inch tablet.

By July 25, 2016

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Best home audio products of 2016

We've selected standout products that represent some of the best values in the home audio arena.


McDonald's learns hard lesson: Don't let the internet name your products

Want slurs with your fries? Learn from Boaty McBoatface. An online promotion tasted pretty terrible for a McDonald's New Zealand site.

By July 21, 2016


Kojima Productions' new mascot isn't a spooky skeleton

Hideo Kojima has launched a Twitter account for his new creator-owned studio, and revealed the studio's mascot, Ludens.

By June 6, 2016


Warning! Some audio products and smartphones can kill you

Back in the day owner manuals were sources of information about how to use the product, now it's a warning manifesto.

By July 13, 2016


Is the Apple Store the worst place to buy Apple products?

Commentary: With Apple blessing discounts of its products in other stores such as Best Buy, it makes less sense to shop in Apple Stores for Apple products.

By July 7, 2016


Tesla misses delivery targets despite production boost

Electric-car maker delivers 14,370 vehicles in the second quarter, well short of its own estimates.

By July 3, 2016


Shut up and take my money: Aston Martin puts Vanquish Zagato into production

The most beautiful concept of the year gets a small-batch production run.

By June 22, 2016


Check out these 4 funky crowd funded products

Sarah and Lynn take a look at some of the more quirky products you can buy that got their start from Kickstarter and Indiegogo.

By June 7, 2016


New Kojima Productions picture reveals face of studio's mascot

Kojima Productions releases a new image of Ludens, revealing part of the mascot's face with the catchphrase, "I'll keep coming."

By June 6, 2016


Apple Music finally decides to explain how the product works

Technically Incorrect: In two new ads featuring DJ Khaled, Ray Liotta and Naomi Campbell, Apple Music tries to counter perceptions that its streaming service is confusing.

By June 6, 2016