Cherlynn Low, Engadget

Cherlynn Low


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Recent articles by Cherlynn:

MSI's new 'content creator' laptops are powered by Intel's 10th-gen chips

They're the latest in a spate of powerful laptops with accurate displays targeting creative professionals. → Read More

ThinkPad X1 Carbon review (2019): Sometimes it’s good to be boring

The ThinkPad X1 Carbon is one of the most established laptops around, and this year's model marks the 7th iteration of the series. Just like every one before it... → Read More

Smart homes are a broken mess and Nest wants to fix it

There are too many devices and too many protocols. → Read More

YouTube moderators say the site goes easy on its big stars

YouTube just can't seem to get out of this hole it has dug itself into. According to a Washington Post report, the video giant has let top video creators get aw... → Read More

Samsung Galaxy Book S hands-on: The most stylish Snapdragon laptop yet

I wasn't expecting to like the Galaxy Book S as much as I did. After all, based on the teaser video Samsung showed during its Unpacked keynote today, the laptop... → Read More

The Galaxy Note 10 needs to be cheaper than $950

Smaller is better, in a way, but not with all these tradeoffs. → Read More

Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+ hands-on

It's very clear to Samsung who typically buys a Galaxy Note. Usually, this is a person who knows how much RAM and which graphics processor are in their ph... → Read More

The Galaxy Note 9 a year later: Still good, but not for everyone

When Samsung unveiled the Note 9 a year ago, I was surprised by how much I liked it. Sure, it didn't bring many fresh features -- mostly just refinements... → Read More

Galaxy Watch Active 2 hands-on: Samsung’s balancing act

Samsung released the Galaxy Watch Active less than six months ago, but that doesn't mean it's too soon to move on to bigger and better things. Case in poi... → Read More

Samsung's Galaxy Tab S6 refines the 'desktop' experience

Samsung is one of the few remaining companies to still be making higher-end Android tablets, so it's nice to see the company show up with a new one this y... → Read More

It's time to take Google's Pixel phones more seriously

Google got a lot right with the Pixel 3a. It has excellent cameras, reliable performance, respectable battery life and clever software. Best of all, at $400, th... → Read More

The tech you need to declutter your academic life

Japanese decluttering extraordinaire Marie Kondo has inspired many to get rid of unnecessary junk in their homes. As it turns out, clearing out stuff that doesn... → Read More

Huawei CEO: Entity List ban is 'the start of the US falling behind'

It's been a tumultuous year for Huawei's businesses in the US, and the company's highest-ranking officials are speaking out. Founder and CEO Ren Zhengfei spoke... → Read More

Microsoft posts record Q4 results despite Xbox slowdown

We're all used to hearing how well Microsoft has been doing by now, so the company's earnings report for Q4 2019 comes as no surprise. Once again, the tech gian... → Read More

Qualcomm's Snapdragon 215 CPU brings modern features to budget phones

It's high time modern features like dual cameras, longer aspect ratio displays and VoLTE calling to sub-$100 phones and with Qualcomm's latest chipset, they jus... → Read More

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