Technology Trends

Dads & Grads: Tech Gifts with Mario Armstrong

Dads and Grads Tech Gifts

**Sponsored Content** The gadgets and technology trends perfect for gifting on Father’s Day and Graduation this year. It’s a time-honored tradition – giving gifts to our grads and dads for all of their hard work and dedication. But when picking out that gift, you may want to skip the traditional standbys and think tech! Digital Lifestyle Expert Mario Armstrong partnered …

Read More »

Our Connected Life 2019 with Carley Knobloch

Our Connected Life with Carley Knobloch

**Sponsored Content** Just about everything today is digitally connected…whether at home, or on the go! Tech Lifestyle Expert Carley Knobloch partnered with a few of her favorite brands for a look at some great smart tech for 2019 that will help simplify your life. Perfect for today’s mobile multi-taskers the thin and light Yoga C630 combines the power and productivity …

Read More »

Small Business Week 2019 with Marc Saltzman

Small Business Week 2019 with Marc Saltzman

**Sponsored Content** Since 1963, the president has proclaimed one week out of the year as National Small Business Week, recognizing the contributions of U.S. small businesses to our national economy. The week of May 5 through May 11 will celebrate entrepreneurship and innovation. Business technology expert Marc Saltzman partnered with KillerApps.tv and the brands below to showcase some of the …

Read More »

Galaxy S10+ 1TB Limited Edition to launch in mid-March

With most of the specs, features, and designs of Samsung’s upcoming flagships already known, all that’s left to ponder is when the Galaxy S10 will land in stores and for how much. With as much as four models available, some in various configurations, it might be a somewhat daunting decision-making process.

Read More »

‘Roma’ guides Netflix to best-ever BAFTA haul

Netflix had its best year ever at the UK's Oscars last night. The streaming service's hot favourite Roma took home four BAFTAs, out of seven nominations, including Best Picture. Netflix's only other candidate, the Coen Brothers' western The Ballad of...

Read More »

Dell hybrid power adapters recalled for posing shock hazard

Ever since the Galaxy Note 7 started catching fire left and right, consumers have become a bit more wary of any news or even rumor that claims a product they own is prone to becoming a safety risk. However, you don’t need a poorly designed smartphone to have that unfavorable experience. As Dell’s fancy Hybrid Power Adapter has proven, even … Continue reading

Read More »

The Morning After: The allure of a $600 smartphone

Good morning! As the Engadget team limbers up for both Samsung's big Galaxy Unveiled event and the world's biggest mobile phone show (both later this month, we've got two smartphones that balance top-end specs with more wallet-friendly prices.

Read More »

WebXR Device API to let browsers access VR, AR hardware, sensors

Browsers these days are so powerful you can almost do anything in them. Yes, sometimes even run older (ancient, really) operating systems in a browser tab. Want to play 3D games?

Read More »

‘GTA Online’ cheat creator ordered to pay $150,000 in damages

Game publishers are still using lawsuits to take down cheaters, and their latest move could deal a particularly serious blow. A court has ordered Florida resident Jhonny Perez to pay $150,000 in damages (and $66,869 in attorney fees) for creating an...

Read More »

Mars One’s ill-fated dream unsurprisingly ends in bankruptcy

While some are still arguing whether man even landed on the moon at all or not, there are those who have already set their eyes on making Mars humanity’s next home. Elon Musk immediately comes to mind, but he was hardly the only one

Read More »