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Past articles by Marc:

With iPad app, Microsoft begins to move out of the office

Microsoft finally announced a version of its Office productivity suite for the iPad today, and it's a solid, functional set of apps. As we say in our → Read More

Can Oculus survive the Facebook effect?

The response was swift, and almost universally negative. Within minutes of Facebook's announcement that it was acquiring Oculus VR for $2 billion, the → Read More

Oculus founders: Facebook lets us bring the best VR experience to a billion people

Oculus VR co-founders Palmer Luckey and Brendan Iribe had a vision for their company: to bring virtual reality to as many people as possible, in the best → Read More

Android Wear: Zen and the art of smartwatch design

Are you ready for a smartwatch that knows where you are, what information is important to you and, above all, wants you to forget that you're even wearing → Read More

10 Years In: The birth of Engadget

The evening of June 23, 2005, wasn't especially hot in New York City, at least by historical standards. The day's high was a mere 79 degrees, slightly → Read More

Stephen Colbert's Cloud Fog: 'part cloud, part fog, all security'

Stephen Colbert has a lot to say about internet privacy, Edward Snowden and the NSA, and he shared his thoughts Friday evening at an Internet security → Read More

Today is Engadget's 10th birthday!

Ten years ago today (in fact, exactly 10 years ago, if you're reading this post in real time), Engadget was born. Our first post featured T-Flash, a new → Read More

What does national security have to do with the Lenovo-Motorola deal?

Lenovo's planned acquisition of Motorola's mobile phone business will likely be reviewed by the Committee on Foreign Investment in the US (CFIUS), the → Read More

Leaving Las Vegas: Farewell to CES 2014

We came. We saw. We got punched in the head. Some of Engadget's New York-based editors took longer to get to Las Vegas than those traveling in from Hong → Read More

The Oculus Rift 'Crystal Cove' prototype is 2014's Best of CES winner

Virtual reality has captured the imagination of developers, consumers and businesses for decades, but most VR headsets produced so far have been notable → Read More

Engadget 2.0 for Android is here!

You've been asking for a new version of our Android app, and we've been listening. And after months of development and testing, Engadget for Android 2.0 → Read More

Up to 150 Ultra HDTV announcements possible at CES

Previewing some of the major themes expected at CES 2014, Shawn Dubravac, chief economist for the Consumer Electronics Association, said he "wouldn't be → Read More

Introducing Engadget Mini!

CES is about to start, and as usual, we'll be covering the show wall-to-wall, with liveblogs, hands-ons, news and, of course, Best of CES. One thing → Read More

Cablevision: Case against Aereo could destroy cloud computing (and our cloud DVR)

Cable operator Cablevision agrees with its competitors that streaming startup Aereo is illegal, but warns that the legal approach taken by the other → Read More

Smart holograms to be used as medical sensors

A company with roots in Cambridge University is working to develop "smart holograms" that can be used as sensors todetect everything from → Read More