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Recent articles by Daniel:

My DNA test confirmed it: I’m not a morning person

There's a coded judgment that people who do well in the mornings hold against those of us who do not. "You're just not a morning person," they say, the words dr... → Read More

Esports return to the X Games with 'Apex Legends'

It's been three years since electronic sports were a feature of the X Games, but this year marks its glorious return to the tournament. ESPN has announced that... → Read More

Huawei's US ban may cost $30 billion, but it vows to rebound

If you were wondering what the short-term cost of America's war with Huawei was, then your estimates can begin at the $30 billion mark. That's the figure Huawei... → Read More

The Engadget Staff on ‘Neon Genesis Evangelion’

Netflix has lots of old TV shows in its library, but few of them have received as much attention and promotion as this one. A 24-year-old Japanese cartoon about... → Read More

Huawei delays the launch of its foldable phone until September

If you were thinking about ditching the Galaxy Fold in favor of the Mate X after the former was delayed, think again. Huawei has told CNBC that is also pushing... → Read More

YouTube TV gifts free Showtime subscriptions to 'longtime friends'

Catch up on 'Billions' and 'The Loudest Voice' until September 5th. → Read More

Amazon boosts its UK grocery delivery service

Glasgow, Newcastle, Liverpool, Sheffield and Portsmouth are all on the list. → Read More

Google's Pixel 4 could track hand gestures

Let's hope it works better than Samsung and LG's attempts. → Read More

Radiohead bypasses hackers to publish its 'OK Computer' demos

Radiohead has turned the tables on a hacker after a hacker breached Thom Yorke's computer to get hold of demos the band recorded between 1995 and 1998. "We got... → Read More

Xiaomi’s $25 Mi Band 4 packs a color screen and swim tracking

Xiaomi is launching the Mi Band 4, the latest generation of its (almost) world-conquering wearables line. The dirt-cheap tracker comes with a bigger, sharper di... → Read More

InfoWars can't use Pepe the Frog after lawsuit settlement

The creator of Pepe the Frog has made it known, several times over, that he didn't want his creation to become a symbol for the far right. That may be easier no... → Read More

Now you can ‘Beat Saber’ to Imagine Dragons

The artist-specific add-on for various music and rhythm games is a time-honored tradition that we don't see enough of these days. That's why it's so comforting... → Read More

Burger King's Impossible Whopper comes to San Francisco

Burger King's journey to bring a meatless, yet tasty, burger to all of its restaurants is making a stop-off at San Francisco. From today, the Impossible Burger... → Read More

‘Final Fantasy VII Remake’ will be released on March 3rd, 2020

It's been four years since Sony teased that it had commissioned a ground-up remake of the seminal Final Fantasy VII. At this year's E3, the company has let it b... → Read More

Why isn’t YouTube held accountable for the actions of its stars?

Should YouTube be liable when its stars go off the rails? → Read More

BMW and Jaguar Land Rover team up on electric vehicles

Jaguar Land Rover and BMW are partnering to build a new generation of motors for the pair's electric vehicles. Both companies will jointly develop the technolog... → Read More

Robert Downey Jr. wants to clean up Earth using nanotech

Robert Downey Jr. took to the stage at Amazon's Re:MARS conference to talk about his goals for the future of the environment. The actor said that he was launchi... → Read More

Ultimate Ears' Wonderboom 2 gets better sound, longer battery life

Two years ago, Ultimate Ears' launched a beefy speaker that offered 360-degree sound in the body the size of a soda can. Now, the company is updating the Wonder... → Read More

This double-height keyboard puts a numpad above the letters

The original idea came from a former company employee, who studied human-computer interaction at MIT but has since left the firm. He loathed how wide most keybo... → Read More

You can pry my keyboard from my cold, dead hands

Laptop makers are going to be gunning for our keyboards in the near future. → Read More