Mallory Locklear, Engadget

Mallory Locklear

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New York, NY, United States

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Recent:
  • Engadget
Past:
  • Gizmodo
  • Pacific Standard
  • Women's eNews

Recent articles by Mallory:

VSCO will discontinue its desktop photo editing presets on March 1st

The company will focus on its mobile platform in 2019. → Read More

New York settles with Equifax and others over lax mobile app security

Five companies have agreed to implement more rigorous security programs. → Read More

Signal says it can't allow government access to users' chats

The company says it can't create backdoors for the Australian government. → Read More

Apple snags JJ Abrams-produced drama starring Jennifer Garner

Apple's slate of TV shows continues to grow and the company's latest acquisition is a JJ Abrams-produced limited series starring Jennifer Garner. My Glory Was I... → Read More

YouTube removed 58 million videos last quarter for violating policies

YouTube has been publishing quarterly reports that detail how many videos it removes for policy violations and in its most recent report, YouTube has also inclu... → Read More

Google pledges to hold off on selling facial recognition technology

The company says important technology and policy questions need to be addressed first. → Read More

Netflix will stream Taylor Swift’s tour film on December 31st

Taylor Swift announced today that a film of her Reputation stadium tour is headed to Netflix and a new trailer is giving us a peek at what's in store. The trail... → Read More

NASA's Parker Solar Probe got closer to the sun than ever before

It snapped an image from within the sun's atmosphere. → Read More

Patent describes how Lyft’s self-driving cars might communicate

Displays could let people know when it's safe to pass the vehicle or cross the street. → Read More

Netflix’s Fyre Festival documentary debuts January 18th

Fyre Festival was billed as "the cultural experience of the decade," but as we all know, it actually turned out to be a massive disaster that was far from the l... → Read More

More people get their news from social media than newspapers

For the first time since the Pew Research Center began tracking how adults in the US get their news, social media has edged out print newspapers. In a survey co... → Read More

NASA’s Voyager 2 probe has entered interstellar space

NASA's Voyager 2 spacecraft has exited the heliosphere -- the plasma bubble created by the sun that encompasses most of our solar system -- and entered interste... → Read More

Google brings Smart Reply to Hangouts Chat

Google is incorporating its Smart Reply feature into Hangouts Chat, giving users up to three reply options that they can quickly select, edit and send. The comp... → Read More

China’s Chang’e-4 lander and rover head to the far side of the moon

China launched its Chang'e-4 rover and lander today, which if all goes well, will land on the far side of the moon in the coming weeks. It will be the first sur... → Read More

Hear the wind on Mars for the first time, thanks to the InSight lander

Since landing on Mars last week, NASA's InSight lander has been taking pictures of itself and its surroundings as it prepares to unload the scientific instrumen... → Read More

NASA’s InSight lander is ready to get to work

A camera on the lander's robotic arm is taking images of InSight's surroundings. → Read More

Microsoft details principles that guide its facial recognition work

In July, Microsoft President Brad Smith published a blog post discussing some of the challenges and risks surrounding facial recognition technology and how his... → Read More

Google is working to remove gender bias in its translations

Google has taken a step towards reducing gender bias on the Google Translate website. In the past, when a word could be translated in either a masculine or femi... → Read More

Facebook tests a live video shopping feature

Facebook is testing out a new feature that lets merchants on Facebook show off their wares in live videos. Reports of the test first surfaced online but the com... → Read More

Network outages affect millions of mobile customers in the UK and Japan

Mobile phone customers in the UK and Japan were affected by a network outage today, one that impacted millions of users, the Financial Times reports. A number o... → Read More