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How the Pixel 2 improves on the search giant’s original smartphone release

Wrist computers finally show their style

Whether you spend most of your drive time navigating urban streets or powering through rugged dirt, 2017's standout rides are all-access passes to wild adventure

This past March, I flew to the island of Senja, Norway, to take part in one of the many self-powered backcountry programs offered by Pure Ski Touring. The island is part of a 612-square-mile archipelago that sits in one of the northernmost, least-populated counties in Norway.

The $300 PhiPAL brick sends a distress signal—even without cell service—to your emergency contacts if you crash

Chevy debuted its new Colorado ZR2 on Tuesday night at the L.A. Auto Show and the truck (available April 2017) is clearly designed to dethrone the Toyota Tacoma TRD Pro as America’s mid-size, off-road vehicle of choice.

The new Pixel delivers a top-notch shooter that takes crisp photos, high-res video, and that can go toe to toe with Apple's iPhone

If you shoot skiing or other fast-action sports for a living, you're going to want this camera

Engineers futz with things for a ­reason: that’s how breakthroughs happen. And as these 29 products demonstrate, there’s never been a better time to mess around.

The new Watch is a more sophisticated fitness tracker than its predecessor, with GPS, waterproofing, and a sleek, fast operating system

Hiking a marathon a day in Yosemite with the pro photographer to launch Fitbit's newest fitness challenge

Flyover Country tracks your location in the air and gives you historic and geographical information about what's below

A built-in, pedal-powered tracking device on the new SmartBike is designed to ensure you never lose another commuter

Thanks to a whippy-fast focus system, this new camera will help you nail your buddies launching cliffs or slamming down singletrack

New tools for superior fitness and 
healthier living

One could argue that the iPhone 6s is the most versatile camera on the market right now. It takes stunningly crisp photos, shoots rich 4K video, instantly connects with Instagram—and, most important, because it’s your everyday communication hub, it’s the camera you’ll use all the time. But even if you…

That device in your pocket has the potential to become a full-on action cam

Earin buds are fully wireless so there’s no cord to tangle or accidentally yank out. Plus, they sound great.

A minivan more bombproof than luxurious

Easy on suburban life with a touch of off-road DNA

A confidant hybrid with a crossover ride

A redesigned suspension system makes this year's model a lot more fun to drive

Plenty of truck to handle shuttle duty for decades to come

An undercover adventure vehicle. Really.

This electric car with benefits—a gas engine—keeps getting better

An electric wonder that's perfect for families

America’s tiniest two-seater gets slightly less tiny and a lot more confident

Cleaner for the city but can still get grimy in the country

All the luxury you’d expect from a Mercedes, built into the body of an affordable adventure rig

A car to get you through years of lifestyle changes and adventure pursuits

The driving enthusiast’s choice for practical AWD transport

A stem-to-stern reboot that was well worth the wait

A sporty diesel Range Rover. A mightily efficient Chevy truck. A hybrid Volvo SUV. The options for rolling to and from your favorite playgrounds have never looked better.

All business on white-knuckle terrain, all fun everywhere else

Beartooth, a small device that pairs to your phone, allows you to talk to other users within a two-mile range

It's not nearly as powerful as the new Blaze or Apple Watch, but it's more in keeping with the company's products, with an easy-to-use interface, five-day battery life, and a $130 price tag

It shoots regular and 360-degree 4K video, combining features normally packaged in two different cameras

They just launched a suite of fitness tracking products, including an inventive new running shoe

They’ll shoot 360-degree video, but that’s really just the start

With a more refined look, the Blaze goes after the all-day wearable crowd—and Apple. That might spook investors, but the bottom line is that this is Fitbit's best watch yet.

The new workout clothing has built-in sensors that the company claims will help you become a better, faster runner

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