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Super Storage: Best External Desktop Hard Drives


From the Archives: The best desktop hard drives have, to steal a phrase from our favorite genie, "phenomenal saving power; itty bitty stylish case[s]".

Breakdown: Patek Philippe Nautilus Travel Time Chronograph


At BaselWorld2014, Patek Philippe introduced the Travel Time Chronograph, reference 5990-1 ($57,300), the latest in the continuing evolution of the now-iconic Nautilus.

This Week in Watches: April 22, 2014


This Week in Watches we examine Timexes gone large, Fliegers gone small, space Luminoxes, ceramic Bell & Rosses and more.

The Rise of the Fashion Watch


It wasn’t so long ago that watches with fashion brand names on their dials were routinely dismissed as pretenders, mere arm candy for people with more money than good sense or taste.

The Audemars Piguet Royal Oak, A King Among Watches


From the Archives: To refer to the Audemars Piguet Royal Oak as a mere icon is to almost willfully ignore the importance of the watch, the line it inspired, or, indeed, the genre that it gave birth to.

Today in Gear: April 22, 2014


Today in gear we examine Pioneer's new DJ ear buds, Cool Hunting's latest collaboration, a sous vide machine from the future, Blue Lounge's handy accessory for iMac owners and Nike's latest summer release.

Four Great Concept Cars from the New York Auto Show


Though the New York International Auto Show isn't a haven for many concept cars, there are always a handful of them to get your attention and whet your appetite for what might come.

An Empire State of Rides: 10 Best Cars from The New York Auto Show


Sandwiched between the Geneva Motor Show and the Beijing Auto Show, the New York International Auto Show usually misses out on the biggest reveals of the year, but it still has plenty to offer.

Essentials Inspired by the 1970 Datsun 240Z


For those dreaming of a vintage car collection, the Datsun 240Z is a great place to start. But you shouldn't drive it in a dirty tee and sweatpants.

The Cat’s Unbagged: A Quick Spin in the Jaguar XFR-S


The Jaguar of today is no bespoke joke. Now under Tata ownership, Jag's turned into a luxury automaker that cares about its drivers.

Breakdown: McLaren 650S


McLaren has been a racing powerhouse for 50 years, but they're a relative newcomer to the consumer supercar scene (their first was the extremely limited-release F1 in 1992).

Today in Gear: April, 21, 2014


Today in Gear, we examine Sony's new 4k media player, plywood task chairs, bluetooth-enabled air purifiers, an EDC kit for cyclists, an educational whisky series and a candle worthy of your ambitions.

Opinion: Under The Skin, A Movie We Need


In recent years, movies like Moon, Her and Another Earth have shown audiences that great sci-fi can be subtle, thought-provoking and underbudget.

Opinion: Under The Skin, Both Alien and Real


In recent years, movies like Moon, Her and Another Earth have shown audiences that great sci-fi can be subtle, thought-provoking and underbudget.

GP Short: Coachella


Goddammit, you missed Coachella again. Bradley Hasemeyer, recognizing your FOMO, made the quick 130-mile journey from LA to Coachella Valley to capture the iconic music festival on nothing but an iPhone 5 and the iPro lens kit.

Introducing: Late Plates


We love breaking bread with exciting people, and a pint of good beer never hurt a conversation. It’s in this spirit that we’re launching a new series, Late Plates, presented by Miracle Whip, in which we interview great minds, talents and professionals over America’s best late-night eats.

This Week in Culture: April 18, 2014


This Week in Culture: Pulitzer Prizes, a New Age bullshit generator, a whole lot of robots and more. ...

First-Round Draught Picks: The Five Best Growlers


For a minimal investment, growlers open up a whole world of local microbrews and draught beers that can be enjoyed on your own schedule.

Letters to GP: April 2014


You guys really like to write. We’re talking real letters here, longer and broader in scope and, in a few cases, more passionate than we've ever received before.

Five New Short Story Collections to Read Now


Thanks to contemporary authors like George Saunders and Jennifer Egan, short stories have recently been getting the attention they deserve.


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