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Vote for the Best of CES 2020 People's Choice Awards!

We've announced our Best of CES finalists so now it's time for you to cast your vote for your favorite gadget at CES 2020! Just head over here (or below) to pic... → Read More

Cuzen uses magnets to brew you a fresh matcha in seconds

Brewing matcha the traditional way can be a bit of a pain. Not only must you get the water temperature just right, you also have to spend some time whisking the... → Read More

Citizen's Alexa smart speaker is like a Sonos One with an analog clock

Following Citizen's release of the Alexa-powered clock last year, the company is releasing yet more timepieces with a technology bent. At CES 2020, Citizen show... → Read More

Teracube's smartphone combats e-waste with a 4-year warranty

If you've ever broken your phone's screen or dropped it in the toilet, you know the pain of coughing up the cash to either repair it, or replace it altogether.... → Read More

This massive 8K VR headset is built for NASA

For years now, VRgineers has been making VR headsets for the professional and enterprise market, including for government institutions like NASA. This week at C... → Read More

Impossible Sausage will be in Burger King’s breakfast croissants

In addition to its faux pork announcement today, Impossible Foods also officially launched its Impossible Sausage product, which it announced last year. Not onl... → Read More

Impossible Foods' faux pork is just as convincing as its fake beef

Last year, Impossible Foods made headlines at CES when it introduced a new formulation of its Impossible Burger. It tasted so close to the real deal that we eve... → Read More

Lenovo's Smart Frame puts your digital photos on a 21.9-inch canvas

Like many of us, you probably have hundreds and thousands of photos on your phone or the cloud, never to be seen again. Sure, you could print and hang them,... → Read More

The Poseidon smart mirror can be customized to your needs

Smart mirrors aren't exactly new these days, with companies like Panasonic and HiMirror making their own high-tech reflective surfaces that can analyze your ski... → Read More

Panic's quirky Playdate handheld will be available for developers soon

Several months ago, Panic unveiled the Playdate, a tiny gaming handheld with a crank that is perhaps the most adorable gadget we've seen this year. As cute it i... → Read More

A beginner's guide to smart sous vide

A world of perfect medium-rare steak is finally within reach. → Read More

Google's new depth feature makes its AR experiences more realistic

Seeing virtual objects behind real-world ones makes them more lifelike. → Read More

Battle of the smart screens: Lenovo and Amazon's latest compared

Amazon's Echo Show was the only smart display on the market in 2017, but fast forward a couple years later and devices like these have become ubiquitous. Much o... → Read More

The Echo Flex is Amazon’s Alexa gateway drug

One of Engadget's favorite smart speakers over the past few years has been Amazon's Echo Dot. It's small, easy to use and incredibly affordable at only $50. Sur... → Read More

'Pokémon Go' will let you play with your friends’ monster pals in AR

Niantic has been around for nine years now (it was originally part of Google before it spun out on its own), and the company is still going strong. A lot of tha... → Read More

Portal TV review: Facebook invades the living room

Facebook's Portal video chat displays have faced quite a bit of scrutiny over the past year due to the company's terrible record when it comes to privacy, secur... → Read More

Here's everything you need for your new Pixel 4

After months of leaks, Google's Pixel 4 and 4 XL are finally available in stores. Touted as Android's answer to iPhones, there are already a healthy number of P... → Read More

The (Day)dream is over: Phone-based VR is well and truly dead

When Google introduced Cardboard at I/O 2014, a lot of people thought it was a joke. A cardboard-based contraption that turned your phone into a primitive VR he... → Read More

Facebook Portal review (2019): A redesign doesn't ease privacy fears

It's had a redesign, but it's not better than other smart displays. Also... do you trust Facebook? → Read More

Tile’s latest Bluetooth tracker is a tiny, waterproof sticker

So you never have to lose your scooter ever again. → Read More