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Cherlynn Low


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Past articles by Cherlynn:

Fitbit won't make you pay for your own weekly health data anymore

You no longer have to pay for Fitbit Premium to see your own data beyond a week.. → Read More

The most interesting foldables, rollables and demos at MWC 2023

All the unconventional, eye-catching phones that showed up in Barcelona.. → Read More

Engadget Podcast: The most interesting things from Mobile World Congress 2023

This week was dominated by Microsoft and Google's AI chatbot news, but there were also announcements from OnePlus, Nintendo and more to cover. → Read More

Engadget Podcast: Microsoft and Google’s budding AI rivalry

This week was dominated by Microsoft and Google's AI chatbot news, but there were also announcements from OnePlus, Nintendo and more to cover. → Read More

Microsoft's new Bing and Edge hands-on: Surprisingly well-integrated AI

Our early impressions of Microsoft's new AI-powered Bing and Edge.. → Read More

Microsoft's AI event: Live coverage

Join us for all the breaking news from Microsoft's AI event, where we expect to hear about AI, ChatGPT, Bing and more.. → Read More

Engadget Podcast: Unpacking Samsung's Galaxy announcements and our HomePod review

This week, we dig into the plethora of AI-generated pictures and words that have been dominating our social feeds lately. → Read More

Apple’s record service revenue couldn’t make up for falling hardware sales

Apple reports a dip in revenue growth for the first time since 2019.. → Read More

Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra hands-on: A 200MP camera is the biggest update

The first flagship phone of 2023 is here.. → Read More

Samsung Galaxy Book 3 Ultra hands-on: NVIDIA RTX 4070 power in a super slim frame

Samsung brings the Ultra branding to its Galaxy Book line of laptops.. → Read More

The tech industry still has a long way to go when it comes to accessibility

The tech industry's progress in 2022 was mixed, and there is more work to be done, as always.. → Read More

L’Oréal's Hapta is an assistive grip that keeps lipstick level while it's being applied

Hapta is an accessibility-minded device that can help those with limited hand or arm mobility apply lipstick.. → Read More

At CES 2023, Google showed up as an automotive company

We checked out the new interface in a BMW i7 at CES 2023.. → Read More

CES 2023 Day 1 recap: Catch up on the biggest news from the year's biggest tech show

All the TV, car and laptop announcements you might have missed.. → Read More

Lenovo’s new ThinkBook Plus twists and turns to switch screens

The ThinkBook 16P also features a magnetic dock for modular attachments.. → Read More

This wireless 55-inch OLED TV sucks... onto any wall or window

Each unit costs $3,000 and will be available in December.. → Read More

CES 2023 Day 0 recap: All the early news you missed

The show hasn't even started and companies are already making big announcements.. → Read More

HP's Dragonfly Pro laptops: Colorful, customizable and complication-free

HP designed the Dragonfly Pro series of laptops to alleviate choice paralysis for those who don't want to worry about how to configure their machines.. → Read More

The LG Gram Style is an iridescent 16-inch laptop with a disappearing trackpad

The company is launching a stylish edition of its thin and light Gram laptops.. → Read More

Tech's biggest winners in 2022

In 2022, we were distracted and saved by space pictures and word games.. → Read More