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The best educational apps to stay sharp throughout the school year

Find the best learning tools, apps and courses online to aid you in your studies. → Read More

Animal Crossing fans get real about the fictional NookPhone

The NookPhone from 'Animal Crossing: New Horizons' may be fake, but our readers have very real feelings about it. → Read More

The best Switch controllers for every player level

Joy-Cons are all well and good, but some gamers may demand a different type of controller. These are the best Nintendo Switch controllers you can buy right now. → Read More

'Pokemon Smile' uses AR to get kids to brush their teeth

'Pokémon Smile' is a new game that uses AR to help your kids brush their teeth. → Read More

Superbrothers' first game in nine years takes you to outer space

Superbrothers just unveiled its first game since 'Sword & Sworcery EP' was released in 2011. → Read More

Share your thoughts on the TurboGrafx-16 Mini

We want to hear how the TurboGrafx-16 Mini has been treating you. → Read More

Our readers find Nintendo’s Joy-Con controllers a crushing disappointment

Engadget readers weigh on the notorious "drift" of Nintendo's Joy-Con controllers. → Read More

Tell us if the AirPods Pro are your perfect earbuds

The AirPods Pro are a huge improvement over previous models; we'd love to hear your thoughts. → Read More

The kitchen gear you should buy (plus a few things you can safely skip)

We’ve outlined the kitchen gadgets that are worth your cash as well as those you can safely skip. → Read More

The best subscription gifts for new grads

Among the dozens of subscription services and boxes available now, particular ones are quite useful for new grads. Here are the best subscriptions you can gift to new graduates. → Read More

Logitech's G915 TKL is a gaming keyboard you can get comfy with

Logitech's new G915 TKL gaming keyboard is perfect for working and playing from your couch. → Read More

'Animal Crossing: New Horizon’s' best feature is cooperation

After two months, the best part of Animal Crossing: New Horizon's is clearly all the new social cooperation features. → Read More

Green apps to help you celebrate Earth Day indoors

Green apps can set you on the right path to being environmentally friendly, even when that path doesn’t take you outside. → Read More

The iPhone SE vs. the competition: Bang for your buck

Flagship phones have risen in price dramatically in the past few years, forcing buyers on a budget to make a lot of compromises when it came to power and performance. However, some manufacturers have risen to the challenge, finding ways to deliver flagship specs at a lower price point. Today Apple unveiled a new iPhone SE in that vein. → Read More

Engadget readers look back on the original iPad

Today is the tenth anniversary of the iPad, which means… you are probably not reading this post on an original iPad. So let’s take a look back at this game-changing device’s legacy with Engadget readers. → Read More

The comic industry would rather grind to a halt than go digital

Wednesday is usually New Comic Book Day but, with everyone on lockdown due to coronavirus, this week’s selection was a little light. The main distributor, Diamond, ceased shipments both to and from its warehouse — a seemingly logical move given that many stores are shuttered anyway. Less logical is that, unlike literally every other media industry, the product wasn’t simply released digitally to… → Read More

The comic industry would rather grind to a halt than go digital

Wednesday is usually New Comic Book Day but, with everyone on lockdown due to coronavirus, this week's selection was a little light. The main distributor, Diamond, ceased shipments both to and from its warehouse — a seemingly logical move given that many stores are shuttered anyway. Less logical is that, unlike literally every other media industry, the product wasn't simply released digitally to… → Read More

Is the NookPhone good or bad for your Animal Crossing island?

No, you're not hallucinating and this isn't a late April Fool's joke. That is in fact, the NookPhone from Animal Crossing: New Horizons at the top of this post. It's safe to say that the game has really taken off in the two weeks since its release. It's the perfect salve for our troubled era, and a great way to kill time when you're stuck at home. → Read More

'Kind Words' is the rare social network where everyone is nice

The older I get, the less energy I have for social media. Twitter is too busy, Facebook is too stupid and dating apps are just... ugh. But I still have that need to connect with people in some way, something I can approach at my own pace and not feel any kind of obligation. Last year came Popcannibal's Kind Words, a non-game game that lets you reach out, but expects nothing from you in return… → Read More

How well did the Xperia 1’s super tall screen work for users?

When our reviewer Chris Velazco took a look at Sony's oddly proportioned flagship last summer, his reaction was mixed, to say the least. It looked weird, but was comfortable to hold. The 4K screen was beautiful, but unnecessary on a smartphone, especially one with such a small battery. Ultimately, Chris declared the phone impractical for everyday use. → Read More