Cherlynn Low, Engadget

Cherlynn Low

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New York, NY, United States

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Recent:
  • Engadget
Past:
  • Yahoo Finance
  • Tom's Guide
  • Laptop Mag

Recent articles by Cherlynn:

Fitbit Versa Lite review: The basics aren't enough

I wasn't sure what to expect when Fitbit announced the Versa Lite smartwatch. It's supposed to be a pared-back iteration of last year's Versa, which itsel... → Read More

The Mueller report is out: Read it here

The 139 MB PDF file is available for your lunchtime reading. → Read More

Samsung Galaxy Fold hands-on

Samsung is gearing up to launch its long-teased foldable flagship and after months of hype, we're finally getting a chance to actually touch the Galaxy Fold. If... → Read More

Acer ConceptD 9 laptop hands-on: A bombastic attempt to stand out

Acer has been busy. It unveiled a whole new brand of computers at its global press conference today, showing off not just a trio of laptops and a pair of deskto... → Read More

Acer has a new pro-grade computer line called 'ConceptD'

It's meant for creators who want a rig that looks as hot as the masterpieces they create. → Read More

Qualcomm's latest chip will give midrange phones a gaming boost

The company unveiled a trio of mobile chips designed to bring high-end features to more-affordable phones. → Read More

Samsung Galaxy Watch Active review: Basic doesn't mean bad

Smartwatches may no longer have to be expensive to be good. Case in point: the Galaxy Watch Active. Pitched as a lower cost version of last year's Galaxy... → Read More

(Almost) everything you wanted to know about the Apple Card

With its latest product, Apple wants your money. But it also wants to be your personal finance coach. The company is pitching the Apple Card as a way to "help c... → Read More

Huawei P30 Pro hands-on: Another bid for smartphone camera glory

A new type of camera sensor could lead to excellent low light performance. → Read More

Huawei P30 Pro hands-on: Another bid for smartphone camera glory

Since it first partnered with Leica on the P9, Huawei has focused on delivering unique cameras on its flagships. With the P30 and P30 Pro, the company con... → Read More

Google Wear OS at five: Older, wiser, but unpolished

Half a decade has passed since Android Wear debuted. During that time, we've seen in-screen fingerprint readers, rollable TVs, self-driving cars, super smart AI... → Read More

Samsung Galaxy S10+ review: Another predictably great flagship

That dual-camera screen cutout is only annoying sometimes. → Read More

A closer look at the foldable Huawei Mate X

We got answers to questions about how to protect that screen, too. → Read More

Google Assistant is sliding into the Android Messages app

Google is continuing its mission to put Assistant everywhere and it's not just trying to stuff its digital helper in various hardware, but in more apps as well.... → Read More

HTC and Sprint's latest 5G product is a hub-tablet hybrid

HTC might not be making very many phones anymore, but that doesn't mean it can't trot out 5G mobile devices here at MWC 2019. Following up on its 5G hotspot fro... → Read More

Sony Xperia 10 and 10 Plus hands-on: Tall screens, modest specs

Sony's smartphones have grown increasingly niche over the past two years -- but that's not a bad thing. The company honed its efforts on cameras and displ... → Read More

Huawei Mate X: A first look at Samsung’s biggest foldable rival

Foldable phone fever meets 5G mania in Huawei's latest flagship. At MWC, the company unveiled the new Mate X, joining the likes of Samsung and Royole in o... → Read More

Samsung Galaxy S10+: What’s great and what’s not (so far)

Samsung's Galaxy S10 family was only announced a few days ago, but we got one just in time to bring along to Barcelona. It's a beautiful device, and clearly rep... → Read More

Samsung's thinnest ever tablet is the first with Bixby built in

Samsung has a surprise product announcement today, but it's not the flagship phone we've been dying to hear about. Instead, the company is unveiling a new table... → Read More

Facebook's latest grab bag of updates is all about 'community'

For all the people who still use Groups and Pages. → Read More