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:

The OnePlus 6T McLaren edition packs 10GB of RAM

OnePlus can't stop making different variants of its flagships, and its latest effort is the result of a team-up with car maker McLaren. The new OnePlus 6T McLar... → Read More

Qualcomm's new PC processor promises 'extreme' power

The Snapdragon 8cx: the C stands for "Compute", and the X stands for "Extreme". → Read More

The Snapdragon 855 is a 7nm CPU primed for 5G, AI and more

As we hurtle towards 2019, Qualcomm has been busy introducing the world to its latest products that are likely to drive next year's biggest trends. At the first... → Read More

Razer’s latest Blade Stealth laptop keeps it classy

It's the first Razer Blade to support Windows Hello. → Read More

How to pick the best laptop

So you want to buy a new laptop. You know what you want, but maybe you don't know where to start or what features you should be looking for this year. After all... → Read More

NASA sets a date for first SpaceX crew capsule test flight

Mark your calendars, space fans: DM-1 will take place on January 7th. → Read More

Fossil Sport review: Just another Wear OS watch

The benefits from its new Snapdragon Wear 3100 chip are very obvious. → Read More

Amazon's Alexa-powered Microwave is basic, but that's OK

I don't know about you, but I have a love-hate relationship with my microwave. I love how convenient it is, but hate that I rely on it so much. And, full disclo... → Read More

Microsoft Surface Laptop 2 review: The sequel is better than the original

When Microsoft launched the original Surface Laptop last year, I was taken with its gorgeous, minimalist design. This year, I thought, the company can't p... → Read More

Samsung cleans up its Android skin with 'One UI'

In addition to unveiling its much-rumored folding phone at its developer conference today, Samsung also shared its plans for a cleaner Android skin. The new loo... → Read More

HP Envy x2 review: Always-on LTE and an atrocious keyboard

I'll admit. I'm besotted with the idea of Connected PCs. They're Windows laptops or 2-in-1s that have built-in LTE radios so you can stay online wherever... → Read More

New iPads Pros pack larger displays thanks to Face ID

They're also slightly thinner and lighter than before. → Read More

Samsung Galaxy Book 2 review: A better, but limited Surface rival

Samsung's latest Surface wannabe has a surprising twist. On the outside, the Galaxy Book 2 looks very much like a clone of Microsoft's detachable, thanks to its... → Read More

Snap Inc has somehow broken a revenue record this quarter

Despite drops in active users, Snap has managed to turn a profit this quarter and even broke its revenue records. According to the company's third quarter resul... → Read More

Samsung Galaxy Book 2 hands-on: A Snapdragon-powered Surface rival

It uses a Snapdragon 850 processor, and will ship with its keyboard and S Pen for $1,000. → Read More

Huawei Watch GT hands-on: Big battery promises and yet another OS

Looks like smartwatches aren't going away anytime soon, and may actually be coming back to haunt our wrists. With companies like Google, Samsung, Apple an... → Read More

Pixel 3 and 3 XL review: Google’s hardware takes a backseat to software

Android 9 Pie and a few other software updates are the highlights of these phones. → Read More

Chrome OS may be the 2-in-1 solution we've been waiting for

Google is uniquely positioned to give us the dual-purpose OS we deserve. → Read More

Pixel 3 hands-on: Will Google's clever software be enough?

Google's hardware keynote just ended, and as usual, the horde of media professionals are raring to get their hands on all the new devices. Despite all the... → Read More

Pixel Slate hands-on: Google’s 2-in-1 takes on the Surface

Google is cooking up a new formula for detachables, and it has an intriguing recipe with the new Pixel Slate. Though Microsoft has a solid desktop environ... → Read More