It's important to keep your closet stocked with a few pairs of stylish, proper-length shorts that show off a little leg, look respectable and keep you comfortable when it's hot.
Some desks at Gear Patrol are dirty, some are disorganized and some are perfectly manicured. All of them showcase at least a small part of who we are and what we're passionate about.
Pop-culture is in love with the idea of a friendly helpful robot. While the concept may still seem like science fiction, JIBO promises to be a low-cost helper bot that will be available to buy soon.
The home entertainment arms race has evolved to include factors like pixel counts, connectivity and even screen shape.
Whether you’re on the hunt for a new career, thinking about striking out on your own, or simply polishing up your online resume, it’s vital to understand which social networks matter in the world of employment.
From The Archives: Amazon’s Fire TV provides the best experience of any streaming device for consumers who’ve spent more than a few paychecks on the company’s media ecosystem.
Today in Gear: A synthesizer with all the bells and whistles, new running shoes from Adidas, unlimited reading from Amazon and more.
The motoring watch has long been a symbol of masculine derring-do and a love of machinery. Here are six modern timepieces that still capture the exhaust smell and sound of engines running wide open on a ribbon of tarmac.
One of the best ways to enjoy a summer weekend is a top-down road trip out of town. Pick up a fun roadster like an Alfa Romeo Spider (preferably in rosso corsa) for just these occasions.
For our series, Timekeeping Selects, we’ve partnered with Analog/Shift, the New York-based purveyor of vintage watches.
This Week in Watches: F.P. Journe revamped in gold, a Darwin-inspired series by Arnold & Sons, a modular version of the Inkler DEFAKTO, and more.
From the Archives: The Heuer Carrera can be summed up in one word: legible. When Jack Heuer, the great-grandson of Heuer's founder, decided to introduce a new line of chronograph watches in 1963, ease of reading was the foremost design goal.
Vintage is in something fierce. You can blame the cliche and assign Mad Men all you want. But vintage is deeper than that.
The Citroën DS automatically imputes coolness of a high order in a way a vintage Ferrari can't. You're somehow instantly scholarly, erudite and a wildman in the bedroom.
Over the decades, BMW's iconic M3 has only grown in power, performance (and in most cases, weight), going from niche sports sedans to one of the most popular performance-focused automobiles in the industry.
The slightly slick track at Wisconsin's Road America has me wondering just how little effort it would take to spin the 425 hp German monster I'm driving.
From The Archives: Though the newer cars might be faster, safer and better appointed, they certainly don't feel more agile or connected to the driver.
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This Week in Gear: Mercedes-Benz's insane S-Class, Aston Martin's new V12 roadster, retro-inspired Club Monaco Sunglasses, minimalist wallets, rocket skates, DeWalt toolboxes and much, much more.