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Hang in there, everybody.
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Yes that is fine to Hang it there. but how far distant?

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Can't wait for Model 3 but can't quite afford Model S? Tesla has a new, cheaper option for you. 
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A little late sharing some pictures of the GT-R drive at the amazing Spa Francorchamps circuit in Belgium, but it was an amazing trip. Full report with video to come! 
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Spa is my favorite F1 track to watch! Thanks for the cool pics +Tim Stevens 
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I know you've all been wondering when I'd finally start writing axe reviews, and the answer is now.

Enjoy. 
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Looks like it's stuck in a piece of Ash.
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I absolutely love the Model X in many ways, but it has one flaw that I just can't live with.
An amazing car for the moment, unfortunately compromised by those doors.
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M3 vs. C63 vs. ATS-V? The winner might surprise you. It certainly surprised us... 
Can Cadillac's upstart ATS-V really challenge BMW's legendary M3 and Mercedes-AMG's thunderous C63 for sport-sedan supremacy?
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Which car won?
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Sharing this rather late here, but I'm really proud to be launching Roadshow in Detroit this week. Check out our first video! 
It's increasingly hard to find a good, cheap roadster. Can this three-wheeler topple Mazda's dominance?
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Check it, great little Q&A and some epic photos of yours truly. Not to mention, some damned fine menswear.
Programming, huh? What’s the code you’re most proud of? I’ve always been fascinated by computers, and through code you can make them do almost anything you want
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The Huracan does not disappoint in any guise. Here's my review of the drop-top Spyder. 
One of the best supercars on the planet is made even better by the extraction of one roof. Worth the premium.
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Should be a good day. 
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Nice! Please report back.
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Shooting a thing in a big building today. 
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Today we're launching another new video series on Roadshow. It's called Driving Detroit, where we'll profile the economic revitalization of the Motor City. Our first stop is the University of Michigan's MCity, the world's most comprehensive autonomous car testing facility.
The heart of the world's autonomous- and connected-car research isn't in Silicon Valley, it's at a University of Michigan research facility. Roadshow's new video series, "Driving Detroit," kicks off with an in-depth look at this groundbreaking future-mobility cityscape.
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For a few fractions of a second, when my eyes just scanned across the headline, I thought that we were going to see a Nexus branded self-driving car.
Then I realized that it would never make its way to Europe anyway.
Finally I realized that I was misreading the headline.
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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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    Computer Science, Writing, 1996 - 2000
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    Editor at Large, 2013 - present
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    Editor-in-chief, 2011 - 2013
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    Automotive Editor, 1998 - 2011
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Delicious breakfast. Pancakes are awe-inspiring, but go for the French toast or creme brulee oatmeal.
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reviewed 5 months ago
Delicious pizza, but I ordered a pie with a soft boiled egg on top and it's almost totally raw. In fact, the yolk rolled off the pie on the way home and the white isn't white, it's clear. Also, they didn't cut the pizza, which is a bit of a problem if you're in a hotel. What I did eat tasted good, though.
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Absolutely amazing. One of the best meals I had in Paris. Lots of great vegetarian options. Try the potato pita.
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reviewed 3 months ago
Very friendly service.
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Amazing breakfasts. Great vibe.
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