Thu, 14 January 2016
This week: some useful new features are coming to iOS 9.3; the future of driving technology; the coolest, weirdest, and worst technology of CES 2016; Elon Musk says it’s “obvious” Apple is working on an iCar; and we’ll tell you what we love (and don’t) about the gadgets we’re currently testing—it’s an all-new Under Review.
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Tesla’s Elon Musk calls Apple Car an ‘open secret’
Everything new (and exciting!) coming in iOS 9.3
All the cosplay girls are going to want this fake electronic tail
Buster is scooting around on his new Priority Bike
Leander wants this CarPlay stereo
This steel Apple Watch band from Juuk is just as suave and 1/5 the price of Apple's
Erfon is living in the future with these home kit enabled Philips Hue lights