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Devindra Hardawar


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Recent articles by Devindra:

Sony's baffling wearable speaker heads to the US for $300

Want the convenience of portable tunes but hate headphones and earbuds? Sony has a solution for you in its "Immersive Wearable Speaker" (SRS-WS1), which is perh... → Read More

Researchers develop an AI system with near-perfect seizure prediction

We've seen a smart arm bracelet that can predict nightly seizures, but now a pair of researchers have created something even more promising: an AI system that c... → Read More

Rare's next Xbox game is pure 'Princess Mononoke'

If Sea of Thieves isn't your bag, how about a sumptuous cel-shaded game from Rare that looks like a lost Miyazaki film? The Microsoft studio announced Everwild... → Read More

Microsoft adds over 50 games to xCloud preview, details plans for 2020

A month after Microsoft kicked off the preview for Project xCloud, its game streaming service that'll go toe-to-toe with Stadia, the company is planning to ramp... → Read More

Disney+ gets every 'Star Wars' movie in 4K, Dolby Vision and Atmos

We knew Disney+ would be the new home of Star Wars ever since the service was announced, but Disney kept an interesting nugget secret until now. The entire Star... → Read More

Surface Laptop 3 review (15-inch): Bigger, but not always better

The 15-inch Surface Laptop 3 is pretty powerful for an ultraportable, but it can't touch beefier 15-inch laptops like the XPS 15. → Read More

The best Nintendo Switch and Switch Lite accessories

By their very nature, Nintendo's Switch and Switch Lite leave room for improvement through accessories. They're not just giant boxes sitting underneath TVs -- t... → Read More

The Engadget Podcast: The streaming wars have begun

Apple TV+ is here, Disney+ is coming and HBO Max arrives next year. Who can watch this much TV? → Read More

Microsoft’s HoloLens 2 is ready for work

After a semi-surprise debut at Mobile World Congress in February, Microsoft is now shipping HoloLens 2 to customers, the company announced today. The sequel aug... → Read More

Microsoft's Chromium Edge browser arrives January 15th

The Chromium version of Microsoft Edge arrives in January, but you can test out a release candidate now. → Read More

The Engadget Podcast: Do you need Apple's AirPods Pro?

This week it's all about computers in our ears, or hearables, if you prefer. Apple announced the long-awaited AirPods Pro on Tuesday, but even though they helpe... → Read More

Amazon Echo review (2019): Low-priced, but not low-end

Amazon might be a bit Echo crazy at the moment, judging from the sheer volume of Alexa-powered devices it announced last month. But the company clearly hasn't f... → Read More

Netflix defends its controversial variable playback test

The backlash over Netflix's variable playback speed test, which allowed some Android users to slow down or speed up their content, came quickly. Cinephiles and... → Read More

NVIDIA's new Shield TVs start at $149 with Dolby Vision and Atmos

The Shield TV is pretty much the only Android TV device worth having -- now it's cheaper and faster. → Read More

'Avengers Damage Control' is the ideal VR follow-up to 'Endgame'

If you're still emotionally wiped out by Avengers Endgame, The Void and ILMxLab's latest VR entry might soothe your geeky soul. Avengers Damage Control is more... → Read More

The Engadget Podcast: Reviewing the Pixel 4, Surface Pro 7 and more!

This week, Devindra and Cherlynn dive into some of our latest reviews: Google's Pixel 4, Microsoft's Surface Pro 7, HTC's Vive Cosmos and Dell's XPS 13 2-in-1.... → Read More

Microsoft's cloud and LinkedIn grow steadily, while Surface falters

Once again, Microsoft's cloud business is trucking along nicely, growing 27 percent over last year to reach revenues of $10.8 billion, according to its Q1 2020... → Read More

HTC Vive Cosmos review: Too late, too expensive

The battle for at-home virtual reality started with the Oculus Rift and HTC Vive -- but these days things are getting complicated. The Oculus Quest proves... → Read More

Sony’s 360 Reality Audio launches this fall with 1,000 tracks

Sony isn't letting Dolby corner the market on positional audio. Today, the electronics giant announced that 360 Reality Audio, its high resolution immersive lis... → Read More

Razer's Blade 15 Advanced gets an optical mechanical keyboard

We've seen gaming laptops with mechanical keyboards before, but Razer is taking things to a new level with the latest Blade 15 Advanced. It's the first note... → Read More