J. Fingas, Engadget

J. Fingas

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Ottawa, ON, Canada

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Recent articles by J.:

Fortnite's latest update adds climbable monsters and brings back Tilted Towers

'Fortnite' has added dinosaurs you can climb — and has brought back one of the game's best-known areas.. → Read More

Microsoft is buying Activision Blizzard for $68.7 billion

Microsoft is buying 'Diablo' creator Activision Blizzard for a massive $68.7 billion.. → Read More

Subaru unveils a 1,073HP electric race car

Subaru is diving further into EVs with its 1,073HP STI E-RA race car concept as well as a Solterra STI.. → Read More

Safari exploit can leak browser histories and Google account info

A security flaw in Safari and WebKit lets sites obtain some of your browser history and Google account info.. → Read More

Walmart may offer a cryptocurrency and NFTs

Walmart has hinted at plans to offer cryptocurrency and NFTs — it might not want to be left out of the latest trends.. → Read More

Samsung's 14-inch Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra may offer equally massive specs

A leak appears to have revealed official snapshots of Samsung's 14-inch Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra, plus the very high-end specs to match.. → Read More

Apple's digital car keys may work with Hyundai and Genesis models this summer

Hyundai and Genesis vehicles might support Apple CarKey by this summer.. → Read More

Ukraine blames Russia for cyberattack against government websites

Ukraine has pinned a major cyberattack on Russia, and the malware involved is built to do serious damage.. → Read More

Apple faces class action lawsuit over Powerbeats Pro charging issues

Apple has been served a potential class action lawsuit over a reported Powerbeats Pro design flaw that hurts battery life.. → Read More

Face mask sensor can detect leaks and your heart rate

A new face mask sensor can measure your heart rate and even detect leaks.. → Read More

Apple reportedly requires employees to get COVID-19 vaccine booster shots

Apple will reportedly require all retail and corporate staff to get COVID-19 vaccine booster shots if they want to enter stores and offices.. → Read More

FedEx wants to equip cargo aircraft with anti-missile lasers

FedEx has asked US officials for approval to install anti-missile laser systems to protect its aircraft from attacks.. → Read More

The next iPad Pro will reportedly offer MagSafe charging and a 'brand new chip'

A leak suggests the next iPad Pro is on track to include MagSafe charging, a larger battery and other noticeable upgrades.. → Read More

California judge says Google's non-disclosure agreements violate state law

A judge has ruled Google's non-disclosure agreements violate California labor law, potentially letting former workers talk about their experiences.. → Read More

Apple will let dating apps in the Netherlands offer third-party payments

Apple will let dating apps like Tinder offer alternative payment options in the Netherlands after a regulator ordered it to make the change.. → Read More

Now all Twitter Spaces hosts can record audio

Twitter has rolled out audio recording to all Spaces hosts — you can capture meetings and shows for posterity.. → Read More

Oath Keepers leader charged with 'seditious conspiracy' for role in US Capitol breach

The Oath Keepers' founder and others have been charged over the US Capitol breach, but they had already faced online repercussions for months.. → Read More

'Baby Shark' is the first YouTube video to reach 10 billion views

'Baby Shark' is the first video to hit 10 billion views on YouTube, blasting past other music videos.. → Read More

Ubisoft's 'The Settlers' reboot finally arrives March 17th

Ubisoft has revealed that its 'The Settlers' revival will launch on PCs March 17th.. → Read More

LG is bringing its CLOi service robot to the US

LG is making its CLOi ServeBot available in the US to give restaurants and hotels a boost right when job shortages and the pandemic could make it useful.. → Read More