As cars get heavier, even small speed differences matter in a crash

Enlarge / A Volvo XC90 SUV following a crash test in Sweden.

Jonathan Gitlin

At the end of January, safety researchers at the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety and the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety published a study showing that small increases in speed have big consequences during a crash. After crashing three identical cars at increasing speed, the study showed that a car that aces the test across the board at 40mph (64km/h), with just a 15 percent chance of serious injury may get a failing grade overall, with a 59 percent chance of serious injury at 50mph

iPad Mini 5 review: The best (and only) small tablet


Apple’s iPad lineup still sits atop the tablet kingdom more than a decade after the first device was released. Nevertheless, the iPad Mini seems to be in a strange spot. Most of the market gravitates toward the top-of-the-line iPad Pro or the cheapest iPad. At first glance, the iPad Mini feels like a worse buy with a higher price tag and a smaller screen.

But over the past year, the iPad Mini has easily become my favorite device to use. Find out why in this iPad Mini review!

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A budget fitness watch with a lot to offer


Huami has been consistently making affordable fitness trackers that are now counted in the same breath as the Fitbits and Garmins of the world. The Chinese firm updated its most popular GTS and GTR smartwatches late last year and added more models to the lineup, targeting buyers with different budgets.

At the top of the food chain, you get the Amazfit GTS 2 and GTR 2 at $150. These are followed by the slightly watered-down GTS 2e and GTR 2e at $140. Right at the bottom, you get the Amazfit GTS 2 Mini with an even lower price of $99.

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