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D. Cooper

Engadget

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Recent articles by D.:

iOS 14.5 will roll out 'next week'

You can now set your iPhone to unlock if it detects your watch in the area. → Read More

FitXR's VR fitness club offers multiplayer workouts with a monthly subscription

FitXR is becoming a VR fitness club, with multiplayer. Could it replace real gyms? → Read More

Oculus adds support for subscription titles to the Quest store

You can now subscribe to online fitness and productivity suites through the Quest store. → Read More

Adidas' Stan Smith Mylo are its first mushroom leather sneakers

Adidas wants to launch a mushroom leather shoe in 12 months. → Read More

Playpulse's smart exercise bike lets you choose between workout classes and Netflix

The Playpulse One lets you attend classes, play games, and watch TV all while riding. → Read More

Nintendo’s Switch Lite will soon come in deep blue

The new colorway drops the same day as Miitopia. → Read More

Microsoft will acquire speech-tech giant Nuance for $19.7 billion

Nuance already works with Microsoft on its Healthcare Cloud, now it'll be part of Microsoft's cloud business entirely. → Read More

Ring brings its radar-scanning tech to a floodlight camera

The new floodlight camera lets you see a breadcrumb trail of someone's path to your door. → Read More

Thousands of US government agencies are using Clearview AI without approval

Buzzfeed News has published what it claims is a database of US agencies that have used the tool, and how many times they used it. → Read More

Roku's streaming plans aim to fill the gaps Netflix can't

Roku is planning to bolster the library of films and TV series on its homegrown channel. → Read More

No one agrees on how to fix Big Tech

Section 230 reform should be a delicate process, but everyone involved is wielding a hammer. → Read More

Hulu’s WeWork documentary depicts the rise and fall of a cult

Hulu's WeWork documentary takes a look at the dramatic rise and fall of a company, but it can't get a handle on the enigma at the heart of its story. → Read More

Stella McCartney shows off the world's first clothes made from mushroom leather

Mylo's mushroom leather offers a far more sustainable alternative to the current plastic-made fake leathers available today. → Read More

For Virgin Hyperloop, trust is its most valuable commodity

Virgin Hyperloop turned up at South by Southwest to talk the future of its passenger experience. And how to get people to trust its ability to safely get you from place to place. → Read More

‘The Lonely Assassins’ is the best Doctor Who game ever made

It's a found phone game that doesn't outstay its welcome, has some fun puzzle-solving elements and a very quirkly conclusion. → Read More

Amazon's union-busting drives exposed in NYT report

Amazon's labor practices come under heavy scrutiny in the run-up to Alabama's crucial union vote. → Read More

NFTs are both priceless and worthless

NFTs could become the next big thing for investment, or not. → Read More

HTC shrinks its VR Tracker, debuts new face-tracking accessory

HTC's new Vive Tracker 3.0 is smaller and lighter than its predecessor, but its battery life is almost twice as long. → Read More

Instagram Lite reboot squeezes the app into a 2MB package

Instagram Lite has been boiled down to a package that'll take up just 2MB on your phone. → Read More

Arrival’s electric van is ready for testing in the US and UK

Arrival's electric cargo van will pop up on streets in the UK and US from this summer. → Read More