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The iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 mini is now available in purple

Apple's iPhone 12 will be available in purple. → Read More

Nextdoor will display 'anti-racism notification' if it notices discriminatory language

Nextdoor has introduced "anti-racism notifications" to prevent discriminatory language. → Read More

Theragun's pricey massage gun delivers on its muscle recovery promise

The Theragun Elite is a percussive therapy massage gun that helped my sore muscles recover from workouts and alleviate aches and pains. → Read More

GM-backed Cruise acquires self-driving startup Voyage

GM-backed Cruise is acquiring self-driving startup Voyage. → Read More

Mila hands-on: Much smarter (and pricier) than your average air purifier

The $360 Mila is a lot smarter than most air purifiers, giving you a ton of customization and personalization options. → Read More

The best smart lights for your bedroom

Here's a list of the best smart lights to help you get better sleep, as chosen by Engadget editors. → Read More

How to organize your desk at home

Organize your desk with these accessories and improve your WFH setup. → Read More

NVIDIA and Harvard researchers use AI to make genome analysis faster and cheaper

NVIDIA and Harvard scientists have developed an AI that is able to run single-cell experiments and analyze the genome faster and cheaper than traditional methods. → Read More

Amazon Echo Show 10 review: A rotating screen is a pricey novelty

Amazon’s Echo Show 10 has a swiveling base that can rotate automatically to follow you, which is useful but doesn’t quite justify its higher price tag compared to the Echo Show 8. → Read More

President Obama and Bruce Springsteen debut podcast on Spotify

President Obama and Bruce Springsteen launch a podcast exclusive on Spotify. → Read More

Apple will offer free Watch repairs if software update doesn't fix charging woes

Apple has released a new watchOS update today that aims to avoid an issue that causes the Watch Series 5 and SE to stop charging. According to an Apple support document, a small number of customers have encountered a situation where the aforementioned watches refuse to charge after entering Power Reserve mode (otherwise known as a low-power mode). If it still won’t charge, then Apple recommends… → Read More

TikTok now has access to Universal Music's full catalog of artists

TikTok and Universal Music Group today announced a “global alliance” that promises compensation for recording artists and songwriters when their songs are used on the short-form video platform. On top of that, TikTok users will also now be able to incorporate clips from UMG’s full catalog of music. On TikTok’s side, its users will have a wider library of songs to add to their videos, and on… → Read More

Hyundai rolls out adorable customer service robot for its showrooms

In an effort to offer assistance without any unnecessary human interaction, Hyundai has unveiled the DAL-e, a new customer service robot that is both adorable yet functional. It debuted today in a Hyundai Motor showroom in southern Seoul in a pilot operation. The company says part of the purpose behind DAL-e is to accommodate customers who’d like to reduce human contact during the COVID-19… → Read More

Peloton users can now make their own custom workout routines

Starting today, Peloton is allowing its users to easily transition from one class to the next using a new Stacked Classes feature. Think of it as a playlist, but for Peloton classes. Tapping a stack icon will add a class to your stack. → Read More

What to expect from an online-only CES 2021

Despite a global pandemic, the annual Consumer Electronics Show must go on. CES 2021 will officially take place from January 11th to 14th, but it’ll look very different this year. Instead of filling a giant convention center with loud and colorful booths, participating companies will simply announce their latest products online with virtual showrooms, live streamed press events or just news… → Read More

Lenovo's Tab P11 Android tablet is targeted at families

It’s called the Lenovo Tab P11, and it appears to be a more budget-friendly and lesser version of last year’s Tab P11 Pro. While the P11 Pro is aimed at professionals, the P11 is aimed more at families. → Read More

Amazon's Haven healthcare venture is reportedly disbanding

Three years after Amazon started a healthcare venture with Berkshire Hathaway and JPMorgan Chase, the trio have decided to call it quits. → Read More

Apple's iOS 12.5 adds COVID-19 exposure notifications for older iPhones

Earlier this year, Apple rolled out iOS 13.7, which added a COVID-19 exposure notification framework. This Exposure Notifications system allowed you to opt in and find out if you’ve been in contact with someone who tested positive with COVID-19. Now, however, Apple has released iOS 12.5, which finally adds the same COVID-19 notification to older iPhone models as well (iPhone 6 and older). → Read More

Apple Watch can now warn if your cardio fitness is low

The latest iOS 14.3 and watchOS 7.2 updates have introduced a new way to measure your health, specifically your cardio fitness level. Not only can Apple Watch users now view their cardio fitness level in the Health app, they’ll also receive a notification if it falls to a low range. The Apple Watch could already measure cardiorespiratory fitness via VO2 max, otherwise known as the maximum amount… → Read More

Amazon's redesigned Fire TV interface adds user profiles and a new look

Back when Amazon announced its latest Fire TV products -- namely, the third-generation Fire TV Stick ($40) and the Fire TV Stick Lite ($30) -- it also said it was going to roll out a new Fire TV interface this year. Not only does the Fire TV UI have a new look, it has a few additional features such as the addition of User Profiles. According to Amazon, these changes are all aimed at improving… → Read More