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Have a seat and read about BMW's luxurious, tech-heavy new 7 Series. Come on, you deserve it. 
The 2016 BMW 7 Series adds touchscreens, gesture controls, integrated tablets, keys with touchscreens and far more tech toys than we can possibly recount.
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unfortunately, the exterieur design is very conventional, actually catching up with the current design language of bmw instead of leading it.
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Well, it had to happen eventually. Had my first crash. Easy low-side. Bike's fine. I'm fine, leathers held. Still riding. Thanks, Dainese.
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Nice save. Yes I'm serious )
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In all the cars I've tested, never have I received more thumbs up and smiles than when driving this.
This isn't the ideal Ferrari for track hounds, but if you're thinking Mercedes-Benz or Maserati and want something a little bit more, this could be your car.
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+Artem Russakovskii I confess I didn't realize the page was structured like that in mobile! On the desktop the product name is at the top. I'll look into that! 
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Good morning, sunshine. 
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+Joe Nicholson You'll have to wait for the review!
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It's the new Mini John Cooper Works edition. $30k to start, 228 horsepower on tap, and I'm quite looking forward to thrashing it around the track tomorrow.
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I would say, stay on your current target :) http://www.cnet.com/products/2016-mini-john-cooper-works-hardtop/
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Thank you for sharing! What a day to be at the track. 
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Possibly the greatest video in the history of the internet. 
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Here, in Яussia, we congratulate such people with the first connection
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Want to feel better about the market crashing? Check out this video of me crashing. On my motorcycle. In slow motion. Includes the lap before, and a few laps in a later session, after I dusted myself off. Needless to say I was taking it pretty easy to T1 after that... 
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Looks like rear tire got a little hot. Could have been a bad mix of virgin rubber or over cure. Impressive ride.
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Busy day at the track today. Been too long...
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Before?
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Hey all, I've submitted a panel suggestion for the next SXSW, where I'll talk with Vera Schmidt from Mercedes-Benz about what an autonomous future means for in-car entertainment. If that sounds interesting to you, please take a moment and give it a thumbs up!
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My impressions after spending a day in the most powerful Mini yet. Frankly, I would probably stick with a GTI. 
It has more power than any JCW that came before, but also a fair bit more polish. Is that a good thing?
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Picked up a NATO strap for my Pebble Time. Trying to add a bit of aesthetic appeal... 
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This was one of my big concerns with Pebble Time. I use a NATO band on my original Pebble, but on the Pebble Time it looks like it'd be fairly frustrating since you'd need to remove the band everytime you want to charge it. How has your experience been? 
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Tim Stevens is Editor at Large at CNET and former editor-in-chief at Engadget, based in Upstate New York. He got his start writing professionally in the mid '90s, covering the gaming world while in college, and has since written on topics including business process management, software development, and of course lots and lots about gadgety type things. He's an avid gamer, amateur motorsports enthusiast, lover of most outdoor activities, and proud creator of the first (and possibly only) two-player game for the Sega VMU.
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Great breakfast food. Plenty of indulgences for lunch. Check out the odd the menu menu.
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reviewed 2 months ago
Good, simple food. Decent selection. A fair few vegetarian options, which is rare in this part of the world.
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reviewed 2 months ago
Clean facility, good selection of offerings, and good prices. Also, every machine takes a credit card, which is a nice bonus.
Public - 10 months ago
reviewed 10 months ago
Veggie burger is quite good, you can get it any way you want it. Milkshakes also very good. A little bummed about the garlic fries, though -- they're just normal fries with minced garlic dumped on top. Had hoped for garlic-battered fries. Still, delish. Well worth a visit if you want a big messy burger.
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Among the best you can expect at an airport. Black bean vegetarian burger is top notch.
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reviewed 9 months ago
Epic.
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I'm not a big fan of fake meat, but if you're veg/vegan and craving fried chicken or the like, this is a great place to scratch that itch. Guilt free. Cheaply, too.
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