Cherlynn Low, Engadget

Cherlynn Low

Engadget

New York, NY, United States

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

Recent articles by Cherlynn:

Amazon upgrades the Fire TV Edition with Dolby Vision

At an intimate press event in the Dolby SoHo space today, Amazon announced the Fire TV Edition with Dolby Vision. This is basically an upgraded Fire TV Edition... → Read More

The Carpool Karaoke microphone is pretty pointless

When senior mobile editor Chris Velazco and I go to California to cover Google I/O, one thing keeps me sane -- our in-car karaoke (caraoke?) sessions. We're bot... → Read More

Samsung’s $100 Galaxy Fit tracker focuses on the basics

It tracks your sleep, stress, activity and heart rate, plus you can take it swimming. → Read More

The biggest news at Computex 2019

Our week in Taiwan is coming to a close, and as Team Engadget bids goodbye to the dumplings and beef noodles, it's time to look back on all the news we sa... → Read More

PC makers are getting better at copying smartphone innovation

For a long time, the PC industry was stagnating. Computer makers had grown comfortable with iterative annual updates to their devices, relying on yearly process... → Read More

Intel's Project Athena laptops can sense when you're near

We've heard Intel talk up its Project Athena program to provide long-lasting, high-spec laptops for months now, and the company finally shared the specifi... → Read More

Intel's 2-in-1 prototype proves it has big plans for dual-screen PCs

Intel surprised us last Computex with unique dual-screen prototypes like its Tiger Rapids device with an e-ink screen. This year, the company had even more conc... → Read More

Watch Intel's Computex 2019 keynote in 11 minutes!

Get your popcorn and catch up on some tasty chip news. → Read More

ASUS’ redesigned touchscreen trackpad is bigger and more intuitive

It's only been about a year since ASUS introduced the ZenBook Pro with a touchscreen trackpad called a ScreenPad, and the company is already back with an... → Read More

ASUS ZenBook Pro Duo hands-on: A bizarre yet useful dual-screen laptop

Every once in awhile, a briefing pleasantly surprises me. And that's what happened when ASUS brought the new ZenBook Pro Duo to our office in New York las... → Read More

Lenovo's Project Limitless 5G laptop makes a lot of promises

When you name a product Project Limitless, it better truly have no limits. But the 5G laptop that Lenovo so boldly named and teased here at Computex 2019... → Read More

Google just gave Huawei a wakeup call

It's been a tumultuous week for Huawei. Five days ago, President Trump declared a national emergency to ban the sales and use of telecom equipment that pose "un... → Read More

Lenovo is working on a ThinkPad with a foldable display

Sure, foldable phones are intriguing, but have you considered foldable laptops? Lenovo has clearly been thinking about the concept for awhile, and today,... → Read More

Lenovo launches ThinkReality AR and VR headset for enterprises

Lenovo is continuing its expansion into new, unexpected categories outside of its PC business and today the company announced it's launching a new AR-and-VR sys... → Read More

How Android Q supports 5G apps and why you should care

When Francesco Grilli and his peers were working on the 4G standard, they had a few ideas as to what the popular use cases might be. Video calls over the intern... → Read More

The new Android Q beta is a mostly cosmetic update

You'll only really get to play with Dark Mode and the new gesture navigation. → Read More

How to Pin a Website to Windows 10's Start Menu

Add your favorite websites to your Windows 10's Start menu with this easy guide. → Read More

Edge Browser Shortcuts to Optimize Your Web Experience

From Ask Cortana to enabling Reading Mode, here are some Edge browser shortcuts you should know. → Read More

Google shows Apple and Samsung how ‘lite’ flagships are done

In recent years, the price of flagship phones has skyrocketed. What used to cost about $700 now goes for $1,000, albeit with more advanced features packed in. A... → Read More

Google Nest Hub Max hands-on: A bigger, smarter display

I was surprised by how much I liked last year's Google Home Hub. The 7-inch smart display won me over with its beautiful screen and adorable design. It wa... → Read More