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If You Love Still Images, You'll Love the Fujifilm X-T5 

Fuji's latest mirrorless camera returns to its roots with a new 40-megapixel sensor, a retro-style case, and beloved in-camera processing. 

Everything You Need to Work From Home Like a Pro

Gear can make or break your home office setup. Here’s our ultimate list of more than 120 items, from monitors and desks to webcams and chairs.

The Best Organic Mattresses (and Toppers)

These nontoxic beds are easier on the environment and your health—and they’re also incredibly comfortable.

Cooking in a Small Kitchen? This Gear Will Help You Stay Sane

Don’t let size cramp your culinary style. We’ve got storage solutions, multiuse cookware, and tips to make your (tiny) home chef dreams come true.

No, the Galaxy Book3 Ultra Won’t Replace Your MacBook Pro

Samsung’s new highest spec laptop has plenty of power, but fails to master important features.

The Insta360 Link Is the Rolls-Royce of USB Webcams

This motorized camera can’t take its eye off you. But when you look this good onscreen, can you blame it?

Zwift’s First Indoor Bike Trainer Is a Spinning Success

The Hub smart trainer marks Zwift's debut in the hardware space. It works great, and the $500 price tag sweetens the deal.

An Espresso Machine With Training Wheels

Breville’s newest countertop espresso machine is capable and accessible—and worth a shot, as long as you’re not a control freak about your coffee.

16 Great Deals on Home Office Gear

Score discounts on our favorite stuff for working from home, from computer monitors to standing desks.

10 Great Deals on Camping, Hiking, and Fitness Gear

The weather will start to warm up soon, and retailers are continuing their annual winter clearance events ahead of spring.

14 Great Deals on Apple iPads, Laptops, and Outdoor Gear

Whether you’re looking for tech to get you through long nights or planning a spring camping trip, these discounts can help.

The 29 Best Presidents’ Day Deals on Headphones and Home Tech

It’s George Washington’s birthday, and he wants you to have a robot vacuum. These deals are perfect for gearing up for spring. 

What to Do When Netflix Won’t Let You Share Your Password

Sharing your streaming service is about to get a lot harder, but you’re not out of options.

How AI Could Transform Email

Artificial intelligence may streamline a form of business communication that’s already super fake.

How to Pick the Right Backpack Size for You

What do liters mean? What capacity will you need for work or the wilderness? We unpack all your questions.

Are Customizable Game Controllers Worth It?

Thinking of shelling out for tailor-made joysticks and buttons? Here’s what to consider first.

All the Best Gadgets We Saw at MWC 2023

Rollable phones, transforming smartwatches, “retina-level” AR glasses, and liquid tech to keep your mobile cool—these are just a taste of what’s coming.

Spotify’s AI DJ Has No Soul

Plus: YouTube Music is finally adding podcasts, and Google Photos lets more users remove annoying friends from their pictures.

We Tried Vertu’s ‘Web3’ Phone. It Scared Us

The luxury phone maker refuses to die. We tested its new Metavertu handset and were led down a rabbit hole of legal disputes and security concerns.

Microsoft Is Forcibly Removing Internet Explorer From Your PC

Also: Instagram launches a new messaging system for creators, and Minecraft gets some new branded casual footwear.

We Really Recommend This Podcast Episode

This week we talk about the recommendation engines on platforms like YouTube and Spotify, which are coming under renewed scrutiny from a pair of US Supreme Court cases.

Netflix Is No Longer Chill

This week on Gadget Lab, we talk about how streaming services like Netflix, HBO Max, and Hulu are growing in uncomfortable ways—and charging users more.

Real Humans Chat About Chatbots

This week, we discuss all the ways generative AI is upending journalism, marketing, shopping, and search. 

Cryptocurrency’s Myth of Anonymity

This week on Gadget Lab, we talk to Tracers in the Dark author Andy Greenberg about how authorities are catching crypto criminals by following the money.