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BMW M2 vs. Audi RS3: Entry-level performance, grown up fun

The BMW M2 and Audi RS3 are entry-level cars to two of the most desirable performance badges around. Although they don’t have the power and performance of some of their bigger brothers and sisters, these grown-up cars are two of the best on the road today. Now Playing: Watch this: BMW M2 vs. Audi RS3 8:43 But which is best? ...

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4 ways to use Alexa to follow the 2018 Winter Olympics

If you don’t have the time to keep up with the 2018 Winter Olympics, don’t worry. Amazon has updated Alexa to be your Olympic helper. Here are four ways Alexa can help you stay up-to-date with everything happening in Pyeongchang for the next few weeks. Ask about events for the day If you want to get down to brass tacks ...

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Best romantic comedies on Netflix for Valentine’s Day

Whether you’re madly in love or suffering from mild crippling loneliness (this is where I raise my hand), CNET has you covered. Here’s all the lovey, dovey-iest Netflix has to offer for Valentine’s Day. ‘Bridget Jones’s Diary’ (2001) Metacritic score: 66 Look, Colin Firth is never going to show up and tell you, “I like you very much. Just as ...

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The 49 best iPhone games

Lifeline is a text adventure, but one with a serious difference and much higher stakes than you might be used to. You’re not the protagonist of the story… and your decisions could get the protagonist killed. Taylor is the sole survivor of the crash of the Varia, on a barren moon somewhere in the vicinity of Tau Ceti. Reaching out ...

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How to follow the 2018 Winter Olympics with Google Home

With the 2018 Olympic Games officially underway, it can be difficult to keep track of everything that’s going on. While you can’t necessarily watch the Olympics with your Google Home speaker (you’ll need a media streamer or VR headset for that) you can still use Google Home to follow along and test your knowledge. Here’s how. Olympic athlete facts Some ...

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Olympics 2018: How it feels to train for the gold in VR

This is by far two of the fastest minutes of my life. My heart is pounding. My forehead and palms are sweating as I go through the same training exercise the US women’s ski team uses to prepare for the Jeongseon ski course, site of the competition for this year’s Winter Olympics in South Korea. “Whoa, whoa! Ahhh, this is ...

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Auto Expo 2018: Top 7 Electric Cars Showcased

The Auto Expo 2018, was all about mobility for the future and there’s no doubt that the way is electric. The government of India has been looking to electrify the cars here but there has been no success yet. However, when the government finally laid down a timeline of 2030 in front of car manufacturers which saw most finally taking ...

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New Cars, New Stars: 2018 ARCA Racing Series preview

Share Facebook Tweet Pinterest Email Back in October, at Kansas Speedway, Natalie Decker said it was her goal to make history and win the ARCA Racing Series championship. The 22-year-old struck first on Friday afternoon, earning a statement-making pole with Venturini Motorsports for the Lucas Oil 200 at Daytona International Speedway. Simply put, the 2018 ARCA Racing ...

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