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  • DeWalt DCR002 Bluetooth Radio Adaptor

    This receiver plugs into any radio with a 3.5mm auxiliary port and lets you wirelessly stream content from your smartphone from up to 100 feet away.

  • Blasting Holes in Houses

    It's not as fun as a beer cannon, but it might lead to more tornado-resistant homes.

  • Milwaukee Jobsite Radio Charger

    Milwaukee’s new 17-pound, 18-volt M18 Jobsite Radio/Charger can charge or run on any battery from the M18 platform and is the first jobsite model to include a Bluetooth receiver.

  • Measuring Up

    When Milwaukee rolled out its 25-foot model 48-22-5125 magnetic tape measure last summer, most of us bought one to see if it would be a good fit. So far, we think it’s great.

  • Rule of Three: Milwaukee M18 Fuel Cordless Tools

    Three new technologies come together to maximize performance in this cordless tool line.

  • New 12-Volt Drill/Drivers

    The new generation of lithium-ion subcompacts are lightweight and surprisingly powerful for their size.

  • Tool Test: Oscillating Multi-Tools

    These handy devices fill in where other tools fall short.

  • Rocking Out in Waukesha

    Some years ago, Mogensen bought a nice lot in Waukesha, Wis. — a two-acre plot surrounded by town parks and conservation land, the last undeveloped free spot in the area. He planned to build himself a home there. But when he started to excavate, he hit rock 2 feet down. Lots of rock.

  • Rehab Brews in Milwaukee

    MILWAUKEE— Those seeking affordable shelter in this city have to look no further than Gorman & Co.'s newest rehabbed project, Blue Ribbon Lofts.

  • Wisconsin TCAP Development Gets Under Way

    A groundbreaking ceremony was held for Olga Village, a 37-unit development for low-income seniors on Milwaukee’s south side.