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Kris Naudus


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Recent articles by Kris:

NFC-enabled Hot Wheels cars keep tabs on which is fastest

These new NFC-enabled Hot Wheels vehicles can tell you how fast they went and how far they've driven. → Read More

'Circuit Superstars' is the 'Forza' of Micro Machines

Back in 2014 Square Enix Collective was created to help out indie developers with getting their game out there, and it has helped introduce titles like Forgotto... → Read More

'The Division 2' takes players back to New York in its upcoming DLC

'The Division' fans are finally going to get their chance at taking out Keener. → Read More

The new Mac Pro: What's changed?

The last Mac Pro came out in 2013 and, while opinions on its trash can-shaped exterior were decidedly mixed, we couldn't fault it on its power. It delivered top... → Read More

Tamagotchi On is connected, cute and cacophonous

The new Tamagotchi can travel far thanks to built-in Bluetooth. → Read More

How to buy tech gifts for other people’s kids

Everything you need to know when buying a child a gift, so their parents won't hate you. → Read More

The Pixel 3a XL vs. the competition: Surprisingly capable

It used to be that if you wanted flagship level-specs and a large screen at a lower price, your only option was a OnePlus phone like the 6T. But now you have an... → Read More

The Pixel 3a vs. the Pixel 3 and Pixel 2: What's changed?

It's only May but we're already getting new a Pixel phone, just in time for Google I/O. But this release isn't a full-fledged Pixel 4, which we'll probably see... → Read More

Nintendo Labo VR review: Cute, cardboard and kinda boring

Virtual reality devotees scoffed at the introduction of Google Cardboard five years ago: Why would anyone settle for such a limited, feeble-looking piece... → Read More

Lego's Spike Prime kits give kids the confidence to code

STEM has a bit of an image problem: Despite efforts to make it colorful and friendly, it's still intimidating to a lot of students. When there are parents shovi... → Read More

Dyson's latest handheld vacuum works smarter, not harder

Dyson's latest vacuum adapts to rugs and bare floors, while the company's new desk light tracks the sun. → Read More

Corsair’s K83 media keyboard is great... when it works

Corsair is in general, a gamer's brand. The company makes PC components like memory and cases, as well as accessories like mice and keyboards for those who want... → Read More

Comparing the Galaxy S10+ and the Xperia 1 to the iPhone XS Max

Folding phones aren't the only big displays you'll see at this year's Mobile World Congress. Plenty of traditional, non-bendy devices have graced the show floor... → Read More

Comparing the Galaxy S10, Nokia 9 and LG G8: Cameras galore

So we're more than neck deep into Mobile World Congress, and our hands-ons have been coming pretty fast and furious. Though you'll have to wait a bit to see our... → Read More

Comparing the Galaxy Fold, the Huawei Mate X and the Royole FlexPai

Over the past few years, new handsets haven't had a lot to distinguish themselves from the competition. We've seen more powerful cameras and larger screens, but... → Read More

Galaxy S10 vs. the competition: Three is the magic number

Samsung's Galaxy S10 is here and it sits in a rather odd place — it's actually in the middle of four siblings announced today. But it still boasts the sam... → Read More

RVR is a Sphero robot for budding tinkerers

Sphero's been amusing us with its collection of robotic balls, like its adorable BB-8, for eight years. But lately the company has been getting away from... → Read More

Lightsaber Academy helps you practice your Jedi swing

Star Wars Lightsaber Academy lets you learn real techniques from your favorite Force users. → Read More

Owleez is the mutant offspring of a cuddly pet and a helicopter

Ask any parent of a school-aged child and they'll probably tell you nurturing toys are big now. Those are the ones where petting and feeding it are not optional... → Read More

Air Hogs' new racer is the Spider-Man of remote-controlled cars

Spin Master's AirHogs brand is, like it says in the name, primarily a toy aircraft line today. Remote-controlled planes, helicopters and, of course, drones. But... → Read More