D. Hardawar, Engadget

D. Hardawar

Engadget

New York, NY, United States

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  • Entrepreneur
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Recent articles by Devindra:

The new Apple TV 4K gets a revamped remote and A12 Bionic chip

At its Spring Forward event, Apple announced a new Apple TV 4K streaming box, its first since 2017. → Read More

Apple's colorful new iMacs feature a sleeker design and the M1 chip

Apple's M1 chip is finally making its way to iMacs, along with a slew of other long-awaited upgrades. → Read More

ASUS Zephyrus G15 review (2021): All the gaming laptop you need

The ASUS Zephyrus G15 has almost everything we'd want in a gaming laptop. → Read More

Engadget Podcast: NVIDIA bets big on ARM, Surface Laptop 4 arrives

This week, Cherlynn and Devindra chat about NVIDIA’s massive GTC developer conference. It turns out ARM chips are going to be a much bigger deal for NVIDIA! Also, they discuss the recently announced Surface Laptop 4 and Microsoft’s new family of accessories. → Read More

Microsoft Edge Kids Mode rolls out in the US

We learned in February that Microsoft was testing a Kids Mode for its Edge browser — as of today, it's now available for English users in the US. → Read More

AT&T will launch a 'digital learning platform' with WarnerMedia content

AT&T says it's planning to launch a connected learning platform with WarnerMedia. → Read More

An Australian company helped the FBI unlock San Bernardino shooter's iPhone

The FBI tapped an Australian company to help it unlock the San Bernardino shooter's iPhone 5C. → Read More

Roku unveils an Express 4K+ set-top box and its first rechargeable remote

Roku's entry-level streaming box is getting a 4K upgrade: the $40 Roku Express 4K+. And it's finally unveiling a rechargeable voice remote. → Read More

Microsoft's Surface Laptop 4 features 11th-gen Intel CPUs

Almost a year and a half since launching the Surface Laptop 3, Microsoft is finally ready with a follow-up. The Surface Laptop 4 continues the line's tradition of being, well, kind of basic. → Read More

NVIDIA unveils pro-level Ampere GPUs for workstations

NVIDIA isn't letting gamers have all the fun. Today at its GTC conference, the company announced its next round of professional-focused graphics cards, based on the Ampere architecture first scene with its RTX 30-series GPUs. → Read More

NVIDIA and MediaTek want to bring RTX graphics to ARM laptops

What would an ARM-based laptop look like with an RTX graphics card? That's something NVIDIA is exploring together with MediaTek, a company best known for building ARM-based chips. → Read More

NVIDIA's Grace, its first datacenter CPU, is another major threat to Intel

Just like Apple did with its M1 chip, NVIDIA is taking on Intel directly with its own Arm-based CPU. → Read More

Engadget Podcast: Michio Kaku on 'The God Equation,' LG gives up on phones

This week, we explore why the Biden admission is bringing on Big Tech critics like Lina Khan and Tim Wu. It seems like they're gearing up to regulate the tech world even more. → Read More

Alienware's M15 and Dell's G15 gaming laptops are getting AMD Ryzen CPUs

Dell is finally bringing AMD CPUs back to its gaming laptops on the Alienware M15 and Dell G15. → Read More

'Final Fantasy' creator Sakaguchi on what makes 'Fantasian' a unique mobile RPG

Hironobu Sakaguchi, the creator of Final Fantasy, chats about his new Apple Arcade RPG Fantasian. → Read More

A Japanese man was charged $81 for cyberbullying star Hana Kimura before her death

An online troll was charged $81 for cyberbullying Hana Kimura. Is that enough? → Read More

Xbox cloud gaming adds 'Morrowind' and other backwards compatible titles

Microsoft is adding original Xbox and Xbox 360 titles to its Xbox cloud gaming service. → Read More

Online advertisers take on Google with their own third-party cookie alternative

Online advertisers have come up with their own ad tracking alternative to Google's FLoC. → Read More

‘Zack Snyder’s Justice League’ was made possible by fans, for fans

Zack Snyder's Justice League is finally here, against all odds, and you have the fans to thank. → Read More

Engadget Podcast: Why the Biden admin wants Big Tech critics

This week, we explore why the Biden admission is bringing on Big Tech critics like Lina Khan and Tim Wu. It seems like they're gearing up to regulate the tech world even more. → Read More