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CNET January 21, 2016
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Is the ad-blocking Brave browser too good to be true?

A new Web browser aims to protect your privacy from ads that track you, but it wants to make money with its own ads.
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How much should the Oculus Rift — or any VR — cost?

Scott Stein and Sean Hollister discuss the current state of VR and who, exactly, this year’s VR is meant for.
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Bang and Olufsen BeoPlay H7: One sweet but pricey Bluetooth headphone

Although it carries a lofty list pricey of $450, B&O’s first over-ear Bluetooth headphone is quite nice — and sounds quite good, too.
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Rivals: M3 vs. C63 AMG vs. ATS-V for luxury sport sedan glory

We push BMW’s M3, Mercedes’ C63 AMG and Cadillac’s ATS-V on street and track to see who builds the best premium compact sport sedan for the modern age.
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