reviews
If You Don’t Think You Need a Standalone Graphics Card, This Sub-£100 GPU Will Change Your Mind

For nearly a decade, common sense has dictated that most people don’t need a standalone graphics card in their computer. Gamers need them to make rich titles like Rise of the Tomb Raider hum, and some professionals, like video editors and 3D designers, need them to take the pain out of rendering huge multimedia files. For everyone else, a video card has been treated more like a luxury item than a necessary computer component. But AMD’s $80 (UK price TBA, but who are we kidding it'll probably be £80) Radeon RX 550, a graphics card that costs a bit less than two brand new games you’ll render on it, is such a good value that it might make you rethink the notion that a graphics card is a splurge you should skip. Read More >>

monster machines
The Army’s Next-Gen Combat Vehicles are Half-Sized Warthogs

Until soldiers ride into battle on top of mechanical war wolves (looking at you Big Dog, assuming Google lets you play), they'll just have to settle for packing an entire nine-man squad into the nearly unstoppable DAGOR from Polaris. Read More >>

transport
The First Airless-Tyre Vehicle You Can Own Is a Wicked ATV

Airless—or non-pneumatic tyres—have popped up from time to time over the past few years, and while they offer many advantages over traditional air-filled tyres, they haven't been available outside of research labs—until now. Polaris is officially the first company to offer a vehicle with non-pneumatic tyres on its new Sportsman WV850 H.O. all-terrain vehicle. Read More >>