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Cherlynn Low


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Recent articles by Cherlynn:

Filling out the Census online is quick, easy and important

The turn of a decade. An election year. 2020 is significant for many reasons, and it's also time for the US government to conduct its decennial (that is, every 10 years) census. The nationwide survey is an attempt to better understand all the people that live within the country's borders, and this year marks the first time it's available online. With everyone's minds preoccupied by the global… → Read More

How to see a therapist when you’re stuck indoors

While the coronavirus outbreak isn't the first time the world has suffered a global pandemic, we've never been as technologically equipped to take on the challenges of avoiding human contact as now. But as we hunker down and stay home to help prevent the spread of COVID-19, we're all becoming more isolated than before. → Read More

Engadget Podcast: Can telehealth save us?

On this week's episode, Cherlynn and Devindra explore the rise of telehealth during the global coronavirus pandemic. With Medicare expanding coverage to include telehealth, as well as the attention around Verily's efforts to launch a screening site, the industry is gaining momentum. This outbreak could make telehealth mainstream, and we need to understand its limits and challenges so that proper… → Read More

Foldable phones are the future, but their software is stuck in the present

Take your boring glass rectangle of a phone and fold it in half! Or thirds! Or.. quarters? It's time for the shape of smartphones to change again. Over the last decade, they've settled into a largely uniform look. If I were to draw an icon for a phone, it would be a vertical rectangle with rounded corners and maybe a button on the front. There -- I've just described the Galaxy S line, iPhones,… → Read More

Montblanc's first wireless headphones cost a steep $600

Let's start with the smartwatch. The Summit 2+ is a $1,170 Wear OS device that comes with LTE connectivity onboard. It bears a striking resemblance to Montblanc's earlier smartwatches, except it's now slightly bigger with a 43.5mm case compared to the older 42mm size. There's also a new vintage design available with a bronze case and 22mm green strap. Given it has to house cellular radios and… → Read More

Dyson's Corrale is a $500 straightening iron with flexing plates

As someone who straightens their hair pretty much every day, I have plenty of frustrations with today's options. My hair is coarse, puffy and I have a ton of it. To get a sleek look, I have to set my iron as high as 437 degrees and go over sections of my hair about four to five times. The damage I am doing to my precious tresses over time keeps me up at night, and as much as I'd like to embrace… → Read More

'Quiplash 3' is coming to Jackbox's Party Pack 7 this fall

The holiday season may be over, but that doesn't mean the parties (and party games) have to stop. Jackbox Games unveiled this week that the seventh generation o... → Read More

Galaxy S20 Ultra review: Impressive but impractical

The first major phones of the year are here, and Samsung is being its usual ambitious self. The company unleashed a trio of new flagships in its S20 serie... → Read More

Pope Francis wants you to give up being a jerk online for Lent

Forget quitting smoking or cutting carbs from your diet. If you're thinking of something to give up this Lent, which starts today (Ash Wednesday), Pope Francis... → Read More

Qualcomm promises 5G 'with fewer hurdles' on its latest modem

Qualcomm's an industry leader when it comes to making 5G modems for mobile devices, and so far, its offerings have been in the most prominent smartphones. Follo... → Read More

Love at first fold: 24 hours with Samsung's Galaxy Z Flip

I'll admit it, when Samsung teased the Galaxy Fold at its Developer Conference in 2018, I wasn't sold on the concept. Sure, the technology was impressive, but i... → Read More

Engadget Podcast: Breaking down the Samsung fest and MWC mess

What will happen to all the Android launches we were supposed to see? → Read More

Samsung makes too damn many phones

Making sense of the company's confusing array of flagships. → Read More

The Galaxy S20 Ultra squeezes 108 megapixels of data into 12-megapixel photos

Samsung is getting a little extra with its latest flagship series. Not only do you get a pair of premium phones in the S20 and S20+, the company is also launchi... → Read More

The Galaxy S20 and S20+ sport fast screens and crazy sharp cameras

The first flagship phones of the year are here. In fact, depending on how you math, the first flagship phones of the decade are here, and Samsung is ready to se... → Read More

Bitmoji TV is a comedy clip series starring your avatar

I stood in front of a panel of judges made up of Randy Jackson, a Simon Cowell-esque man and a friendly blonde woman. I had to do my best to express the emoji "... → Read More

Billie Eilish proved anyone can access Grammy-winning gear

Singer Billie Eilish was on the Grammy's red carpet pulling Ellen Degeneres underwear out of a flowery bag when she got the news. A woman nearby, apparently hav... → Read More

HP Elite Dragonfly review: Pretty powerful for a two-pound laptop

When HP launched the Elite Dragonfly, it made bold claims about this laptop being "lighter than air." Obviously, that's marketing hyperbole -- nothing tan... → Read More

A breath-sensing AR project helps visualize your impact on the world

What if you could see how your breath affected the world around you? A new immersive production premiering at the Sundance festival today hopes it will make you... → Read More

Bjork and an AI collaborated on an eerie soundtrack for a hotel lobby

I sat in the lobby of the Sister City hotel in downtown New York, laying back on a comfy couch, breathing as deeply as I could. Bjork stayed here for a month la... → Read More