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Nick Summers

Engadget

United Kingdom

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Recent:
  • Engadget
Past:
  • Entrepreneur
  • The Next Web

Recent articles by Nick:

Lunaz is electrifying beautiful but unreliable classic cars

Few would question the beauty of classic cars from the 1950s and 60s. Unfortunately, these vehicles are increasingly rare on British roads as they fall into dis... → Read More

The best board games with an app-based twist

Board games are a timeless way to socialize and bring loved ones together over the holiday season. If you're tired of the classics (please, no more Monopoly), i... → Read More

Uber loses London license over 'a pattern of failures'

Uber is on the verge of being banned from London. The capital's regulator, Transport for London (TfL), has denied the company a private hire operator license be... → Read More

Apple has a plan to ensure iOS 13's buggy launch doesn't happen again

iOS 13 was a bug-riddled mess at launch. According to Bloomberg, Apple has a plan to ensure it doesn't happen again with iOS 14. → Read More

Bird's first non-electric scooter is made for kids

Bird is making a traditional kick-powered scooter for kids. The California-based startup, which has flooded countless cities with dockless electric scooters, wi... → Read More

Facebook quietly released a meme creation app called Whale

The internet is built on glorious, glorious memes. It's no surprise, therefore, that Facebook wants to own the creation of these wonderful jokes alongside messa... → Read More

Apple bans vaping apps from the App Store

Vaping apps are no longer allowed in Apple's walled garden. In a statement given to Axios, the company confirmed that its App Store guidelines now ban software... → Read More

‘Jurassic World Evolution’ DLC lets you rebuild the original park

A DLC pack for 'Jurassic World Evolution' will let you rebuild the original Jurassic Park from 1993. → Read More

'Moshi Monsters' is shutting down because it runs on Flash

The once-popular browser game will close on December 13th, 2019. → Read More

Why does Riot Games keep making virtual bands?

True Damage is a virtual League of Legends hip-hop group. Last weekend, the band performed live using 'holo projection' at the World Championship in Paris. → Read More

Adidas abandons robot Speedfactories in Germany and the US

Adidas is closing its robot-staffed sneaker factories in Europe and the US. → Read More

Toronto is reining in Sidewalk Labs’ smart city dream

Sidewalk Labs, the part of Google-parent Alphabet that's focused on futuristic cities and urban development, has agreed to compromise on a proposed smart neighb... → Read More

Nintendo Switch sales should pass the SNES next quarter

Nintendo sold 4.8 million Switch consoles last quarter, bringing lifetime sales to 41.67 million. That's a 50 percent increase on the 3.19 million Switch consol... → Read More

Apple Music student plans now come with Apple TV+

Yes, you read that correctly. Today, Apple confirmed that it will be bundling Apple TV+ with its Apple Music student plan, which currently costs $4.99 per month... → Read More

SiriusXM radio finally plays nice with the Google Assistant

Starting next week, SiriusXM will work with all of your favorite Google Assistant-powered hardware. → Read More

‘John Wick Hex’ is strategic, ultra-violent bliss

"John, is a man of focus. Commitment. Sheer will." In the movies, John Wick is portrayed as a force or nature. A terrifying assassin with unrivalled stamina an... → Read More

The forgotten pioneers of computer animation

Everyone remembers ReBoot. It's hard to forget the show's lead character -- a bright blue 'guardian' named Bob -- and his fight to protect a city inside a compu... → Read More

Analog Motion's AMX is a light and affordable e-bike for commuters

Most electric bicycles are expensive. Like, 'you must have two grand lying around' expensive. Cheaper e-bikes exist but only a handful of manufacturers offer an... → Read More

'Return of the Obra Dinn' comes to consoles on October 15th

Roughly twelve months ago, Return of the Obra Dinn stunned Mac and PC players with its time-travelling detective work. We shouldn't have been surprised -- the m... → Read More

The Surface Pro X is Microsoft's return to ARM-based Windows

Microsoft is reviving its dream of an ARM-powered Surface device. Today, the company unveiled Surface Pro X, a tablet-laptop hybrid powered by a custom "SQ1" pr... → Read More