Larger screen, new watch faces and a promise of serious heart rate tech. Here’s why you might consider an upgrade.
With its comfortable ride, plush interior and advanced suite of onboard tech, Mercedes’ E400 Cabriolet is a droptop that’s easy to love.
Mitsubishi’s new compact crossover is peppy and quirky, but that’s about it.
The HomePod delivers amazing audio quality, but this pricey speaker is an iOS-only device that effectively requires an Apple Music subscription.
The bigger iPhone XS is all about more screen, more battery life… and more money.
Highly customizable inside and out, this gaming system can go to 11 — if you can afford it.
This combo smart mirror and smart scale scans your nearly naked body, then shows you the goods on your phone. The tech is impressive — and some of us hate it.
The Bowers and Wilkins 606 bookshelves offer bucketfuls of resolution and bass power, but they’re not as system-friendly as previous 600-series speakers.
Jaguar’s playful cub is such a great drive, but inconsistent and unreliable tech make it hard to recommend.