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Nathan Ingraham

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San Francisco, CA, United States

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  • Entrepreneur
  • The Verge

Recent articles by Nathan:

The most expensive new Mac Pro configuration costs $52,599

If you've been waiting to get the best Mac money can buy, well, today's the day. Apple's new Mac Pro is on sale, and it starts at an eye-popping $5,999. That's... → Read More

Game-making 'Dreams' arrives on PS4 February 14th

Media Molecule, the developer behind PlayStation series LittleBigPlanet, has been working on its next game, Dreams, for literally years. But in today's State of... → Read More

Google's Nest Mini vs. Amazon's Echo Dot: pick your assistant

When Google introduced the Home Mini two years ago, it was playing catch-up to Amazon's Echo lineup. The Echo Dot, a tiny and affordable version of the larger E... → Read More

Valve has made me believe in Half-Life again

'Half-Life: Alyx' looks great, but is it enough to make you buy into VR? → Read More

Xfinity’s parental controls offer more precise scheduling for internet use

Comcast and its Xfinity brand have put a lot of attention behind the company's xFi internet management services in recent years, offering parents a pretty compr... → Read More

iFixit examines the 16-inch MacBook Pro's 'throwback' keyboard design

From the time we spent with Apple's just-announced 16-inch MacBook Pro, it was obvious that the shallow, unreliable butterfly keyboard design was out and scisso... → Read More

macOS Catalina: A month with Apple's latest desktop update

Apple has settled into a comfortable cadence for macOS upgrades. Every fall, an updated version drops with a host of new features, most of which make life easie... → Read More

Google Pixelbook Go review: Function over form

Google has been building its own Chromebooks for a while now -- first, there were two iterations of the Chromebook Pixel, and then there was 2017's Pixelbook. A... → Read More

'The Last of Us Part II' is reportedly delayed until the spring

Just one month ago, Sony and Naughty Dog announced that The Last of Us Part II would arrive on February 21st, 2020. At an event where we got to play the game fo... → Read More

Todoist 'Foundations' update adds a host of organization features

Todoist is one of the best to-do apps out there -- in fact, we picked it as our favorite about 18 months ago. But when huge companies like Microsoft and Apple a... → Read More

The Pixelbook Go is Google's most affordable Chromebook yet

Google's new Pixelbook Go wasn't as heavily leaked as the Pixel 4, but we still had a pretty good idea of what to expect from the company's next Chromebook. Tod... → Read More

If you're feeling brave, the Pixel Slate and keyboard are on sale for $549

When we point our readers to deals here at Engadget, it's almost always for products we have personal experience with and would recommend based on that experien... → Read More

This week in tech history: Android turns 11

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

Sonos Move review: Versatility doesn't come cheap

It's late September, but still technically summer, so I'm writing this on my back deck, listening to the first Sonos speaker built to be used outside. The Move... → Read More

This week in tech history: Apple pulls the plug on the iPod classic

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

iOS 13 will be available on September 19th

As usual, a new version of iOS will come along with the next iPhone. iOS 13 was introduced back at WWDC in June, but now we know that it'll arrive on September... → Read More

iPadOS will arrive on September 30th

Apple's new entry-level iPad will come with iPadOS pre-installed. But what about the rest of us who have an existing iPad and want that new software goodness? W... → Read More

The Sonos Move is more than a Bluetooth speaker

For its entire history, Sonos has prided itself on delivering high-quality, wireless home audio. Among other things, that's meant using WiFi rather than Bluetoo... → Read More

The Sonos One SL is a microphone-free version of its most accessible speaker

It's been about two years since Sonos released the One, its first speaker with built-in microphones for Alexa and, much later, Google Assistant support. The One... → Read More

Yelp adds personalized search results to its iPhone app

After filling out a profile, Yelp users will get custom search recommendations for the first time. → Read More