Driving the Huracán reveals a Gallardo replacement packed with considerably more refinements and a fierce side that still attacks when provoked. The post With the Huracán, Lamborghini Finally Learns to Refine Itself appeared first on WIRED.
Windows Phone has been struggling to gain market share in the U.S., especially among high-end handset buyers. Now, those itching to give the mobile OS a try have another high-end hardware option: the HTC One. The post One More Time appeared first on WIRED.
With both the 8.4-inch and 10.5-inch Galaxy Tab S, Samsung has managed to stand out in a sea of lookalike tablets. Even more impressive, they’ve managed to do it without resorting to ridiculous gimmicks. The post Light and Bright appeared first on WIRED.
The Pocket Kick from Soundfreaq is small ("pocket" is probably a misnomer, but it is very tiny), it costs $100, and the sound quality it produces puts it at the head of the class of small speakers at this price. The post Jazz in Your Pants appeared first on WIRED.
With a sticker price starting roughly $10,000 below those vehicles and a long list of standard features, the Kia is pitched as a reasonable alternative to the big-money European and Japanese sedans. The post Review: Kia’s Luxury Sedan Takes Aim at BMW—And Misses appeared first on WIRED.
I love stuff that looks good and works well in the wild. Salewa’s new Ramble urban travel shoe, which comes in both men’s and women’s sizes, is one of those rare pieces of outdoor gear that does both. The post Finally, a Comfortable Travel Shoe That Doesn’t Look Disgusting appeared first on WIRED.
The final frontier of the connected home has nothing to do with thermostats, fancy doorbells, or smooth jazz coming out of your credenza. It's your garage door. The post The Ups and Downs of an Internet-Connected Garage Door Opener appeared first on WIRED.
"Entry level" and "gaming machine" aren't phrases that normally go together, and "Lenovo" isn't typically a manufacturer that goes with either of them. The post Doesn’t Play Nice appeared first on WIRED.