Devindra Hardawar, Engadget

Devindra Hardawar

Engadget

New York, NY, United States

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Recent:
  • Engadget
Past:
  • Peter Sciretta
  • Entrepreneur
  • VentureBeat

Recent articles by Devindra:

Try out Windows 10X today with Microsoft's dual-screen emulator

Microsoft surprised everyone with the Surface Duo and Neo last fall, dual-screen devices that gave us a glimpse at the next generation of phones and PCs. At the... → Read More

'Ring Fit Adventure' is the perfect winter workout

The Nintendo Switch's Ring Fit Adventure is a good workout without leaving the house. → Read More

Apple TV+'s Mythic Quest is 'Silicon Valley' but for game devs

Mythic Quest shouldn't work. The new Apple TV+ comedy, created by the folks behind It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia and co-produced by Ubisoft, dives into the... → Read More

Engadget Podcast: How tech (and humans) failed the Iowa caucus

The logistical and technical debacle of the Iowa Democratic Caucus is exactly why we're not hopeful about online voting in America. This week on the Engadget Po... → Read More

Iowa Democrats say sloppy app code delayed caucus results

We're still waiting for a full explanation about what, exactly, went wrong during Iowa's caucus Monday night, but the state's Democratic party claims a "coding... → Read More

Podcast: Why Clearview AI's facial recognition is a privacy nightmare

On the latest Engadget Podcast, we chat about how an unknown startup's facial recognition tech may have killed privacy for good. → Read More

Every smart device you love will die

Sonos isn't the only company facing the perils of aging hardware -- every smart device you own will die sooner than you think. → Read More

Xbox is the only weak point for Microsoft's strong quarter

Microsoft had a stellar quarter -- except for Xbox sales. → Read More

Engadget Podcast: Sonos and the inevitable death of connected gadgets

Sonos announced that it's ceasing updates for several older devices this week, and its loyal customers aren't taking very kindly to that. This week, Devindra, C... → Read More

Radeon RX 5600 XT review: AMD's 1080p king

While AMD's RX Radeon 5700 and 5700 XT GPUs are solid options for gamers looking for great 1,440p performance, there's still a gap between those cards and the e... → Read More

Engadget Podcast: Super Nintendo World, here we go!

This week, Devindra, Cherlynn and Senior Editor Nick Summers take a relaxing break from the madness of CES by diving into some of this week's news, like the tra... → Read More

Microsoft's Chromium Edge browser is here

As promised, Microsoft is officially releasing its Chromium-based Edge browser today, which is powered by the same engine that's behind Google Chrome. Windows a... → Read More

Logitech's K860 split ergonomic keyboard is heaven for your wrists

Logitech is squarely targeting Microsoft's wrist-friendly Surface Ergonomic Keyboard with the Ergo K860 ($130). It's the company's first keyboard in years to fe... → Read More

Apple might be developing a 'Pro Mode' to speed up Macbooks

Apple's 16-inch MacBook Pro was a return to form for the company, especially when it came to portable power. (We did call it the "ultimate MacBook," after all.)... → Read More

Podcast: Quibi and Lioness on the future of streaming video and sex tech

In this interview episode of the Engadget podcast, we chat with the founders of Quibi and Lioness about where streaming video is headed, and what role sex tech plays in the future. → Read More

MSI's GS66 is a more tasteful thin and light gaming laptop

MSI's GS66 is an even more subtle thin gaming laptop. And it showed off a few surprises at CES. → Read More

Hands-on with Intel's Ghost Canyon NUC and Tiger Lake Xe laptops

2020 is clearly going to be a big year for Intel's gaming presence. The chipmaker is gearing up to introduce its first dedicated graphics hardware, dubbed I... → Read More

Quibi's secret weapon: Videos that work in portrait and landscape mode

What the heck is Quibi? We're finally learning more, and it's shaping up to be an intriguing mobile video offering. → Read More

Intel used a 17-inch foldable tablet to show off its 'Tiger Lake' platform

Tiger Lake, Intel's next-generation Core mobile platform, is coming later this year. And to prove it, the company trotted out 17-inch foldable OLED tablet, code... → Read More

ASUS' Zephyrus G14 squeezes RTX graphics into a 14-inch notebook

ASUS has been pushing the limits thin gaming laptops since the first Zephyrus model. Now with the Zephyrus G14, it's reached another milestone: Stuffing NVI... → Read More