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Apple adds systemwide Live Captions as part of larger accessibility update

New assistive updates are coming to iPhone, iPad, Mac and Apple Watch, and the most intriguing of the lot is systemwide Live Captions.. → Read More

Apple is reportedly testing USB-C iPhones

An iPhone that charges via USB-C may be in the works, and could launch in 2023.. → Read More

Google confirms the Pixel Watch is real and it's coming this fall

The worst kept secret in tech is a secret no more. → Read More

More Wear OS watches are coming from Fossil, Montblanc and Samsung

New devices from Samsung, Montblanc and Fossil are coming. → Read More

Google’s AI Test Kitchen lets you experiment with its natural language model

Google launched a new app called AI Test Kitchen that lets users experiment with its new LaMDA 2 conversational mode.. → Read More

Microsoft Adaptive Mouse hands-on: Inclusively designed, infinitely customizable

The Microsoft Adaptive Mouse kit consists of a modular mouse, tail, hub and button, offering a variety of ways for people with different needs to interact with their devices.. → Read More

Inside Microsoft’s new Inclusive Tech Lab

A tour of Microsoft's new Inclusive Tech Lab, which it envisions as an embassy for people with disabilities.. → Read More

Engadget Podcast: Elon Musk basically owns Twitter now. What happens next?

This week, our hosts are joined by senior editor Karissa Bell and Yahoo Finance’s Tech Editor Dan Howley to break down Elon Musk’s Twitter takeover.. → Read More

Apple had a huge quarter, but revenue growth is slowing

Apple had its best March quarter yet, posting revenues of $97.3 billion, which is a 9 percent jump from the same period last year.. → Read More

Android 13 beta hands-on: Just small tweaks for now

The Android 13 beta has surprisingly more user-facing changes than expected, but for now it's still too early to tell what the next version of the OS will look like.. → Read More

The Fiture mirror wants to improve your at-home workout form

The $1,495 Fiture interactive mirror uses a camera to count your reps and offer form guidance.. → Read More

Engadget Podcast: We love the Playdate and BTS dance lessons on Apple Fitness+

This week's gadget news has been surprisingly pleasant, with the Playdate and a Pokémon-themed foldable phone making headlines.. → Read More

BTS dance lessons are coming to Apple Fitness+

Get ready for a Dynamite workout with moves that are smooth like Butter.. → Read More

Engadget Podcast: Nintendo Switch Sports and Elon Musk's ongoing Twitter affair

Elon Musk's attempt to own Twitter continues this week, and we take a look at the new Nintendo Switch Sports games.. → Read More

What we bought: A microdermabrasion device to scrape off my skin

The PMD Beauty microdermabrasion device is a skincare tool I don't regret buying.. → Read More

The TheraFace Pro gently punches your face to help you relax

The TheraFace Pro is a handheld gadget offering multiple facial therapies, including percussive and microcurrent treatments.. → Read More

Engadget Podcast: Twitter gets Elon Musk and an edit button

How did Elon Musk become a board member of Twitter and what repercussions might there be?. → Read More

Windows 11 is getting a redesigned File Explorer with tabs

Windows 11 will bring tabs and pinned files to a redesigned File Explorer.. → Read More

Apple adds workouts for new parents to Fitness+

The company is adding seven ten-minute videos for new parents in a series called "Get back to fitness after having a baby.". → Read More

E3 2022 is canceled, but might be back next year

The gaming industry's biggest convention was meant to take place online-only this year.. → Read More