Devindra Hardawar, Engadget

Devindra Hardawar

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New York, NY, United States

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Past:
  • Peter Sciretta
  • Entrepreneur
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Recent articles by Devindra:

Nintendo reportedly plans smaller and cheaper Switch for this year

It's no surprise that the Switch has been a huge success for Nintendo. In its earnings report today, the company revealed that it sold over 32 million Switch un... → Read More

Microsoft sold a lot of Surfaces during the holiday season

It's been a big holiday season for Microsoft: the company just reported that its Surface revenues jumped 39 percent to the previous year, reaching $1.86 billion... → Read More

ASUS ZenBook S13 review: A gamer’s ultraportable

The ASUS ZenBook S13 weighs just 2.5 pounds and still has dedicated graphics! → Read More

At Sundance, VR explores America's legacy of racism and... Eminem

We've reached a point where it's no longer surprising to find virtual reality experiences at film festivals like Sundance and Tribeca. Where better to explore t... → Read More

Fable moves away from VR and towards AI-powered 'virtual beings'

"AI is the next art form," says VR pioneer Edward Saatchi. → Read More

Microsoft Office is finally available on Apple's Mac App Store

Just as Apple promised back at WWDC last year, Microsoft's Office 365 suite is finally available on the Mac App Store today. It's pretty much what you'd expect:... → Read More

Microsoft's Classroom Pen is a smaller Surface Go stylus for kids

Microsoft is aiming to make Windows Ink more useful for kids with the Classroom Pen, a new Surface Go stylus that's easier for smaller hands to hold. It's short... → Read More

Microsoft expands its programming language for visually impaired kids

Microsoft's "Code Jumper" is a way to introduce block coding to visually impaired kids. → Read More

Alienware m15 review: Dell’s first thin gaming laptop doesn’t disappoint

Alienware finally made a thin and light gaming laptop, and it was worth the wait. For years, Dell's gaming brand has been pumping out powerful, but hefty ga... → Read More

Gaming laptops are getting wonderfully weird in 2019

The gaming laptop renaissance is upon us. For the past few years, they've been getting thinner, lighter and more powerful, thanks to NVIDIA's 10-series Max-Q gr... → Read More

What's next for MSI in gaming PCs

MSI's GS65 Stealth Thin was one of the most remarkable gaming notebooks of 2018. It was powerful, thin and weighed just 4.1 pounds at a time when the compet... → Read More

Samsung dives into 8K, MicroLEDs and more at CES

As we expected, 8K TVs were a huge topic at CES this year. Samsung already showed off its 8K QLED at IFA, but at CES we got a glimpse at the shipping models... → Read More

Dell on the upgradable Alienware Area 51m laptop, OLED and what's next

It's been a busy CES for Dell's Alienware gaming brand. They unveiled the most customizable laptop we've ever seen -- the Area 51m -- as well as a slim new... → Read More

AMD's CEO and CTO on Radeon VII, ray tracing and beyond

AMD CEO isn't too worried about NVIDIA's RTX GPUs. They've got their own plans for ray tracing. → Read More

AMD's Radeon VII is the first 7nm GPU for consumers

AMD is making a big stab at 4K gaming with its new high-end video card, the Radeon VII. Announced during the company's CES keynote, it's notable for being the w... → Read More

NVIDIA RTX 2060 hands-on: Ray-tracing on a budget

Finally, NVIDIA's RTX 2060 is here. And that's great news for gamers on a budget. At $349, it's the cheapest of NVIDIA's desktop RTX GPUs, which sport next-... → Read More

What's next for HP's PCs?

It's been a busy CES for HP, after debuting a gorgeous 65-inch gaming TV, the AMOLED-equipped Spectre x360 and the Omen 15 with a 240 Hz display. And that's... → Read More

Intel Studios shows off volumetric video capturing with 'Grease'

Last year, Intel Studios announced that it built a 10,000 square foot arena for capturing volumetric video in real time. Instead of just filming from a handful... → Read More

Alienware's 55-inch 4K OLED gaming monitor is pure eye candy

Big screens aren't just for movies anymore. That's something NVIDIA proved last year with its 65-inch BFG displays -- now Dell's Alienware is taking a stab... → Read More

4K OLED comes to Dell's 15-inch XPS, Alienware and G laptops

Dell isn't going to let HP be the only company with new OLED-equipped laptops. Today during its CES press conference, Dell revealed that 4K OLED screens wil... → Read More