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Today in Gear: September 16, 2014


Today in Gear: the first responsive light bulb, Coca-Cola brings Surge back, Lumix introduces a smart camera, an outdoor HD transceiver and more.

Meet the iBuckle, this Autumn’s Must-Have Wearable


With the release of the Apple Watch, wrist wearables may finally be finding their stride. But who cares?

Motoring on the Grid: The “Connected” Car Comes of Age


Staying connected to your information -- whether that means access to music, social media, restaurant reviews, or navigation -- is essential, even when you're on the road.

Kit: Fall Driving Essentials


When the temperatures drop from their sweaty heights and the warm hues of fall foliage emerge, the driving experience changes -- it's time for windows-down scenic cruising.

This Week In Motoring: September 15, 2014


This Week In Motoring: The new Batmobile caught on camera, Ferrari loses its chairman, Honda's dream of a collision-free world and more.

The Future of Wearables: A Polo Shirt that Tracks Your Every Move


From the Archives: Buff male models and scrawny U.S. Open ball boys strolled silently around Ralph Lauren HQ on Monday, standing on platforms and lifting their arms and turning slowly when asked; they were showing off the latest wearable fitness technology, though it was hard to tell.

The Future of Wearables: A Polo Shirt that Tracks Your Every Move


From the Archives: Buff male models and scrawny U.S. Open ball boys strolled silently around Ralph Lauren HQ on Monday, standing on platforms and lifting their arms and turning slowly when asked; they were showing off the latest wearable fitness technology, though it was hard to tell.

Today in Gear: September 15, 2014


Today in Gear: parachute-inspired hammocks, the $2000 Blu-Ray device, mail order meats from the Mile End Deli and more.

In Case You Missed It: September 7 – September 14


Our best articles from the past week. Just in case, ya know, you missed them: how to dry age meat, a warbird pilot, hiking Seoul's Woo-Myun Mountain, a complete guide to camping stoves, a deadline for GP's contest submissions and more.

This Week in Gear: September 8 – 12


This Week in Gear: Destiny, slim EDC Leathermans, minimalist leather wallets, Four Roses Bourbon and the best barrel-aged ciders.

Never Mop Your Floors Again


Pop quiz: The iRobot Scooba 450 is (a) a nice alternative to a cat, (b) going to sleep with your wife, (c) a really effective cleaning tool.

Never Mop Your Floors Again


Pop quiz: The iRobot Scooba 450 is (a) a nice alternative to a cat, (b) going to sleep with your wife, (c) a really effective cleaning tool.

How to Run a Faster Marathon


Sequels tend to suck (Caddyshack II, I’m looking at you), and when they’ve got 26.2 miles of pavement in them, the suck-potential goes exponentially up.

Time is Money: Redefining the Dress Watch, Affordably


Think of a dress watch. Imagining anything you can afford? Truth is, our idea that dress watches need be luxury items is way off.

Time Is Money: Redefining the Dress Watch with Five You Can Afford


Think of a dress watch. Imagining anything you can afford? Truth is, our idea that dress watches need be luxury items is way off.

10 Best Barefoot Running Shoes


The musculoskeletal therapist says it’s all good. The running ancestors give the the nod. And calves like grapefruits can’t be wrong.

Highland Park’s Dark Offering Takes Aim at New Fans


We review Highland Park's latest edition to their core lineup of single malts, Dark Origins, which is defined by a high percentage of double first fill sherry casks and a peatiness yet unheard of from the brand.

This Week in Culture: September 12, 2014


This Week in Culture: the Ray Rice scandal thickens, a new game from the makers of Halo takes some criticism, student debt, questionable DJ trends, the Apple Watch and more.

Like Intense Beef Flavor? Dry Aging Is For You


When it comes to aging meat, you need to talk to the beef cognoscenti, and Pat LaFrieda is a card-carrying member: butchery goes back more than 100 years in his family.

Meet the Only Smartphone with Firefly Technology


Search engines changed how we discover information about the world around us forever -- not to mention how we shop.


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