Kris Naudus, Engadget

Kris Naudus


Boston, MA, United States

Contact Kris

Discover and connect with journalists and influencers around the world, save time on email research, monitor the news, and more.

Start free trial

  • Engadget

Recent articles by Kris:

The Hayden Planetarium’s new show celebrates unmanned space probes

The astronomy I learned as a kid was pretty limited — the Earth revolves around the Sun and, of course, the whole "My Very Energetic Mother Just Served Us... → Read More

Pokémon Home's cloud transfer service launches next month

Pokémon Home will bring together your entire collection of creatures starting next month. → Read More

Tech that helped me fall back in love with birdwatching

A few months ago a friend of mine mentioned on Twitter she was getting into birding. And I thought, "I used to love birdwatching when I was little!" I'd go out... → Read More

Corsair's Virtuoso RGB SE headset is for classy gamers

One thing I've noticed these past few years is that gaming headsets are getting more attractive. You'll still see plenty of black and red with the occasional gr... → Read More

The best headsets for the Switch Lite

The Switch Lite is out today. Since you can't dock the system, you're going to want to invest in a nice headset to get the best audio out of your portable gaming experience. → Read More

How to buy a gaming headset

Today's games boast stirring orchestral scores, realistic-sounding weaponry and high-caliber voice acting. But none of it means anything if your headset is crap... → Read More

The iPhone Pro Max vs. the competition: Big ones

This year's new large iPhone isn't bigger than last year's, but its camera is way better. → Read More

The iPhone 11 Pro vs. the competition: Battle of the cameras

The new flagship iPhone is here, and Apple's added the word "Pro" to its name — the first time Apple's used that word for a handset. And no wonder: The ca... → Read More

The iPhone 11 vs. the competition: The new midrange

Apple's new "cheaper" iPhone is far from underpowered. → Read More

'Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE' gets an encore on Switch in January

The Fire Emblem and Shin Megami Tensei series are pretty popular with JRPG fans, but crossover title Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE? Not so much, mostly due to being... → Read More

Game Freak's game that isn't Pokémon is due October 16th

Game Freak is best known for creating the main series of Pokémon games, starting with Red and Green all the way back in 1996. That's because aside from t... → Read More

Logitech’s new MX Master 3 employs magnets for a better scroll

We've long been fans of Logitech's MX line of mice, especially the Master series. They're attractive, reliable and have found a home in both our back to school... → Read More

HyperX's new 7.1 headset gets even more immersive with head tracking

The Cloud Orbit S is aimed at immersing you in the audio of your game by tracking your head movements. → Read More

The Galaxy Note 10+ vs. the competition: The behemoth gets bigger

The new Galaxy Note 10+ takes an already big phone and supersizes it even more. → Read More

The Galaxy Note 10 vs. the competition: Smaller screen

For its first few iterations it was easy for the Galaxy Note line to stand apart from other handsets. But as phones have gotten bigger and more advanced, the th... → Read More

Monopoly Voice Banking isn’t that smart, but it makes the game tolerable

Monopoly is one of the best known board games... and one of the most reviled. Games take forever to finish, and can end in tears or fisticuffs. But that hasn't... → Read More

GOG Galaxy 2.0 aims to put all your digital games in one place

Finally, GOG gives you a better way to organize your entire digital games collection across platforms. → Read More

The Nintendo Switch Lite vs. the original Switch: What's changed?

The newest member of the Nintendo family is a smaller Switch console that cost $100 less than the OG Switch, but not without some compromises. → Read More

NFC-enabled Hot Wheels cars keep tabs on which is fastest

These new NFC-enabled Hot Wheels vehicles can tell you how fast they went and how far they've driven. → Read More

'Circuit Superstars' is the 'Forza' of Micro Machines

Back in 2014 Square Enix Collective was created to help out indie developers with getting their game out there, and it has helped introduce titles like Forgotto... → Read More