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Engadget’s second Insert Coin: New Challengers competition, aimed at helping to make inventors’ dreams a reality, is now accepting submissions. The inventor contest brings together
Today the Consumer Electronics Association ® announced that it has selected Engadget, the tech news outlet with obsessive coverage of cutting-edge gadgets and consumer electro
When it comes to tech events, there's nothing quite like the International CES. It's a challenge, it's a marathon and it can be a little overwhelming -- but we wouldn't miss it for the world. CES has evolved dramatically since its inception in 1967 as a small, NYC offshoot of the Chicago Music Show and at Engadget we're proud to have been the Official Blog and Online News Source for the past ...
The ChromeBook Pixel is a stunningly beautiful piece of machinery. With costs ranging from $1,300 to $1,500, however, it means you're shelling out even more than most standard ultrabooks and laptops. It also comes with 12 free Gogo passes and a full terabyte of Google Drive storage to sweeten the deal, fortunately, but who wants to buy a computer of any kind when you can win one instead? Gogo's ...
We weren't able to make into the studio again, but a week without a new episode of the Engadget Podcast is hardly a week at all, right? Tim's still a traveling man, but he finally picked up a PlayStation Vita for entertainment on the move. Tune in to find out if he likes it and get a recap of the week's tech news, including the tastiest tidbits from D11. Stream the audio below and find the video ...
We know you've got questions, and if you're brave enough to ask the world for answers, then here's the outlet to do so. This week's Ask Engadget inquiry is from Daniel, who needs our help to tame his home network. If you're looking to ask one of your own, drop us a line at ask [at] engadget [dawt] com. "My home network is a mess. It used to be simple, after all, you'd just need a modem to ...
E3 and WWDC are complete, so we set aside an hour to highlight the big announcements from both events in this week's episode of the podcast. Tim joins the same club as our Senior HD editor, Richard Lawler, by reserving both the Xbox One and PS4, while Brian and Peter wonder what a world with "NintenDroid" and Mario on iOS would be like. Don't delay -- drag your pointer down below to hear it all ...
Apple's 2013 edition of its notorious Worldwide Developers Conference is soon to be underway . But, while we wait for Tim Cook & Co. to hit the stage, who better than our own Tim Stevens and Darren Murph to strike up a conversation about what the Cupertino-based company may have in store for us . All signs point to a seventh major revision of iOS, but will we also see the fabled iWatch? How ...
As Engadget reports Adobe has decided to ask its customers about the new pricing model for Creative Cloud. Better late than never I suppose but it's often useful to ask people their opinions before you force change on them rather than after: According to Photo Rumors, Adobe is also considering a new pricing structure in response to a massive online backlash against the subscription model from ...
It's Monday, and you know what that means; another Engadget HD Podcast. We hope you will join us live when the Engadget HD podcast starts recording at 9:30 PM . If you'll be joining us, be sure to go ahead and get ready by reviewing the list of topics after the break, then you'll be ready to participate in the live chat. Filed under: Home Entertainment , HD Comments
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