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Jamie Rigg

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Recent articles by Jamie:

The rise and fall of rocket mail

People *really* wanted to deliver mail with rockets. → Read More

PlayStation keeps making money, Sony phones keep losing it

The most interesting part of cracking open a fresh financial report from Sony is seeing whether the momentum behind the PlayStation 4 shows any signs of slowing... → Read More

My other life as a Kickstarter scammer

TFW someone steals your identity to scam Kickstarter project creators. → Read More

Huawei plagiarized a music video and turned it into a tablet ad

Huawei seems to have become a magnet for controversy of late. The company's being shut out of 5G infrastructure bids across the world, the US is reportedly inve... → Read More

A Peloton bike motivated me more than any gym membership could

Peloton and its connected bike have become the poster child for a new era of on-demand exercise. Specifically, it promises all the camaraderie and structured ro... → Read More

'Mortal Kombat 11' hype begins with an ultraviolent gameplay exhibition

The Mortal Kombat 11 teaser trailer NetherRealm released last month suggested the next installment in the fighting game series was going to be brutality incarna... → Read More

Everywhere we found AirPlay 2 at CES 2019

As is tradition, Apple was once again infamously absent at the biggest technology show of the year, CES. The company hasn't actually stayed out of the headlines... → Read More

Lime's Emily Warren on rapid expansion and regulatory struggles

We chatted to Lime's Senior Director of Policy and Public Affairs to talk about the past and future of the company. → Read More

The Pix Backpack is a wearable screen for the hypebeast generation

We've seen a couple of attempts at marrying screens with attire to create endlessly customizable fashion, but so far none have actually made it to market. At fi... → Read More

Anker’s new $600 portable projector ups the resolution to HD

It was two years ago that we first came across Anker's soda-can media center, the Nebula Capsule. The all-in-one entertainment device crammed a projector and Bl... → Read More

Intel's Lakefield stacks desktop and Atom cores on a ‘3D’ chip

Intel led its CES press conference today by announcing a lineup of no less than six new 9th-gen processors, but it's looking towards a future beyond these chips... → Read More

Watch LG’s CES press conference in 8 minutes

LG's new rollable TV definitely woke up the 8AM crowd. → Read More

Heatworks' Duo carafe is instant kettle meets stylish Brita

Heatworks' Duo carafe instantly heats water as it's being poured. → Read More

JAXJOX's smart kettlebell is a gateway to its subscription classes

The JAXJOX smart kettlebell tracks every grueling minute of your home workout. → Read More

Huawei in 2018: Smartphone excellence and strained relations

Huawei has become one of the most recognizable consumer-tech brands in the world in a relatively short period of time. It's among several Chinese companies... → Read More

'Shattered State' is a VR political thriller designed for the Netflix crowd

Supermassive Games is best known, at least in recent times, for the story-driven horror title Until Dawn, which spawned both a sequel and a prequel in subsequen... → Read More

Engadget UK giveaway: Win a smart heating system courtesy of Tado

There's something ever so satisfying about milling around in your PJs at home when you need to wrap up like a mummy to set foot outside. But making repeated tri... → Read More

Engadget UK giveaway: Win a 'Diablo III' edition Switch courtesy of Blizzard

'Tis the season to wear silly jumpers, consume too much of everything and spend cold weekends catching up on all the games you didn't play over summer. And this... → Read More

The Black Shark looks like a gaming phone, runs like any other

Some of the most popular mobile games have player bases far exceeding those of big-name, AAA console titles. And where simple but addictive puzzlers like Candy... → Read More

Furhat is a social robot for every situation

Earlier this month, Furhat Robotics launched its face-swapping social robot after many years of development and prototyping, which began at the Royal Institute... → Read More