2017 Cadillac XT5 Platinum

Linksys VELOP Whole Home Mesh Network

Fitbit Alta HR

2016 Range Rover

2016 Ford Flex Limited

Timex IQ+ Move fitness tracking watch

2016 Hyundai Sonata Hybrid

2017 Mazda CX-9 Signature

2016 Mazda MX-5

Sennheiser PXC-550 Bluetooth headphones

2017 Mercedes-Benz C-Class 4MATIC Sedan

Sudio Regent Bluetooth headphones

Samsung Gear S3 Frontier

VisionTek SoundTube PRO Bluetooth speaker

Fitbit Charge 2

2017 GMC Acadia Denali

Apple AirPods

Apple MacBook Pro (Late 2016)


Game of Thrones Season Six Blu-Ray

Michelin Premier all-season tires

Tom Tom Spark 3 Cardio +

Google Daydream View VR headset

ASUS ZenBook 3

Jaybird X3

JBL SoundBoost Speaker Moto Mod

Moto Insta-Share Projector for Moto Z

Google Pixel XL

Apalon's My Alarm Clock app

Lenovo Moto Z

Apple Watch Series 2 and watchOS 3

iOS 10

Apple iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus

Dyson 360 Eye Robot Vacuum

Dyson V8 Absolute Cordless vacuum

Tablo by Nuvyyo

Samsung Gear Fit 2 fitness wearable

Ulysses for macOS and iOS

Epson SureColor P600 Wide Format inkjet printer

HBO's Vinyl Season 1

Apple MacBook (2016)

Papago! GoSafe 268 mirror mounted dash-cam

Piper all-in-one security

JayBird Freedom headphones

SF MoMA app

Fitbit Blaze fitness tracker

UA HealthBox

Dyson Pure Cool Link

Lola by Blue

HTC 10

Apple iPhone SE

Apple iPad Pro 9.7-inch

2016 Chevrolet Malibu

Dell XPS 12 with 4K Ultra HD display

RHA S500i Noise Isolation headphones for iOS

Samsung Galaxy S7

2015 Mazda CX-9

Moto 360 (2015)

Sennheiser Momentum In-Ear headphones for Android

ASAP Dash Rapid Charger

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Author of Steve Jobs’ biography turns to the Web to edit new book

Walter Isaacson, author of the Steve Jobs biography, is taking to the internet to edit a new book about the beginnings and development of today’s digital age. Isaacson has posted parts of his new book on online publishing platforms such as LiveJournal, Medium, and Scribd to have interested parties browse through the passages and state any corrections or notes.

"One of the things I learned is the original intention of the internet was to allow collaboration on projects, and we got away from that, especially with the World Wide Web," he said in an interview with Capital. "I'm trying to find a good service that will allow people to collaborate or to crowdsource some ideas."


Reduce App makes editing photos on an iOS a breeze 

Photographers with iOS 6-enabled iPads or iPhones now have an awesome $1.99 photo resizing tool called Reduce App. As the iPad and iPad mini continue to transcend content consumption and start becoming content creation devices, the need for smart and usefull tools like Reduce App make it possible to edit images easily for sharing. Hit jump for more detailsMade by Tobias Wiedenmann, Reduce can quickly do the following.

- Resize to a given pixel size

- Limit the output to a given file size by auto-detecting the needed jpeg compression

- Resharpen the image to avoid softness from the resizing process

- Possibility to remove EXIF info (useful if you want to hide GPS information)

- Add a black or white border to seperate the image from the background

- Watermark or label your pictures by adding a text in one of it's corners.


Review: Adobe Photoshop Touch on iOS

By Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla

Adobe Photoshop is still the premier image editing application on PCs and Macs. It has been used for everything from improving digital images, altering models for magazine spreads and even designing elaborate movie backdrops.

Photoshop's key feature has always been the unparalleled ease of pushing pixels as well as layer-based editing and composition. Now on the iPad, Adobe Photoshop Touch ($9.99) lets your fingers work magic.

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Video: Adobe Photoshop Touch for iOS

Here's an overview of the features and functions of the new Adobe Photoshop Touch for iOS, a $9.99 app available today at the App Store. Android users with OS 3.1 tablets can grab it here