Nathan Ingraham, Engadget

Nathan Ingraham

Engadget

San Francisco, CA, United States

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Recent:
  • Engadget
Past:
  • Entrepreneur
  • The Verge

Recent articles by Nathan:

Google and Amazon end their ridiculous streaming video spat

YouTube is coming to Amazon's Fire TV, and Prime Video will work with Chromecast and Android TV. → Read More

Fame, infamy and incarceration: The Julian Assange story

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange was removed yesterday from the Ecuadorian embassy in London after having his asylum revoked; he was then immediately arrested.... → Read More

US charges Julian Assange with conspiracy to commit computer hacking

The US Justice Department just officially charged Wikileaks co-founder Julian Assange, shortly after he was removed from the Ecuador embassy in London and arres... → Read More

Google Docs can now be edited inside of Dropbox

It's been more than a year since Dropbox and Google announced that they would partner to make their products (including Gmail, Docs, Sheets and Slides) work bet... → Read More

Engadget is looking for contributing writers in the US!

Good news! Engadget is looking for freelance news writers in the US! Interested applicants should send a cover letter, resume, and links to three writing sample... → Read More

This week in tech history: Apple releases the first iPad

At Engadget, we spend every day looking at how technology will shape the future. But it's also important to look back at how far we've come. That's what This We... → Read More

Apple iPad Air review (2019): Just right

For the last few years, Apple's iPad lineup has had a large and obvious hole in it. At one end, there's the $329 iPad, an affordable way to do basic com... → Read More

This week in tech history: Three years of Oculus figuring out VR

At Engadget, we spend every day looking at how technology will shape the future. But it's also important to look back at how far we've come. That's what This We... → Read More

Apple officially cancels AirPower charging system

It's been well over a year since Apple first announced AirPower, a wireless charging mat that would power up an iPhone, Apple Watch and AirPods (with a wireless... → Read More

All the important stuff from Apple's services event (+)

Apple just wrapped up its services event, giving us nearly two hours of news -- well, more like an hour-plus of news and 45 minutes of details on its... → Read More

iOS 12.2 is out now with Apple News+ support

To enable the fleet of software and service updates Apple is announcing today, the company is readying iOS 12.2 for your iPads and iPhones. It's not a huge, fea... → Read More

Apple Arcade is a game subscription service for iOS, the Mac and Apple TV

As part of its big push into subscription services today, Apple just announced Apple Arcade. From the sound of things, it's going to be a "Netflix for games" th... → Read More

This week in tech history: Android Wear, Twitter and Friendster

At Engadget, we spend every day looking at how technology will shape the future. But it's also important to look back at how far we've come -- that's what This... → Read More

US grounds all Boeing 737 Max planes

Boeing's 737 Max planes have already been ordered out of service in the UK, Germany, France and elsewhere. → Read More

YouTube is proactively blocking ads on videos prone to predatory comments

Earlier this week, multiple brands pulled their advertisements from YouTube in response to what one YouTuber called a "soft-core pedophilia ring" being fostered... → Read More

Samsung's Galaxy S10 and S10+ arrive on March 8th starting at $900

To the surprise of literally no one, Samsung just announced the Galaxy S10 and S10+, the company's latest pair of flagship smartphones. While last year's S9 was... → Read More

The 'Link's Awakening' remake could be the start of something special

I never beat The Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening, but not for lack of trying. It's one of my favorite entries in the Zelda series, and I played it over and ov... → Read More

Apple's streaming video service might finally arrive in April

Apple's video service might finally be ready to launch. A report from CNBC says that the company's first video subscription service will launch in April and wil... → Read More

IGTV is coming to your Instagram feed whether you like it or not

Watch much Instagram TV lately? Yeah, I didn't think so. That's not stopping Instagram from continuing to shove the little-loved feature down our throats, thoug... → Read More

GrubHub now delivers Taco Bell to couch potatoes nationwide

If you can't make it to the drive-thru, Taco Bell and GrubHub have you covered. → Read More