Michael Frank

Porsche Macan

Drive an AWD Macan to an off-road trailhead, and you’ll understand why Porsche’s best selling cars aren’t the two-seat 911 or Boxster, but the Cayenne—the Macan’s big sister.

Nissan Murano

The third-generation AWD Murano is clearly the best yet. In every way, it’s more like a luxury crossover than the price would lead you to believe.

Lincoln MKC AWD

We didn’t see this one coming. Plopped behind the wheel of the MKC on a rainy afternoon, plying our way north on the winding roads of New York’s Hudson Valley, every feature grew on us.

Volkswagen e-Golf

When Volkswagen converted the standard Golf into electric, it kept everything but the power source as Golf-like as possible (heated seats, ultra-precise drivetrain).

BMW i3

Even though we were running late for a trailhead meet-up, we didn’t think twice about bombing down a Catskill mountain road. Simply put, an electric car that handles this sharply doesn’t exist this...

The CES Drone We Most Want to Fly

There are a lot of drones at the Las Vegas Consumer Electronics Show. So many, in fact, that they warrant their own UAV section. But the most compelling drone we saw was the Trace FLYR1, a $500 unit...

Our Favorite CES Tech That You'll Actually Use

Wearables are getting more pervasive and more immersive, with brand-new 360-degree cameras and sensors that monitor your heart rate 24/7. Here are some of our favorite new wearables for 2015.

Withings Activité Pop

If you don’t know Withings, you should. It’s a French brand that makes very stylish, very intelligent tracking devices.

Polar’s A300 Is a Solid Little Fitness Watch

There are three important things you should know about the new A300 ($140, or $180 with heart-rate monitor strap), which debuted Sunday at the Las Vegas Consumer Electronics Show.

Garmin Goes Beyond the Activity Tracker

The tech king pushed beyond its fitness-navigation niche and firmly into the wearables genre Monday at the Las Vegas Consumer Electronics Show with the debut of three new products.

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