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Ottawa, ON, Canada

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Past articles by Sean:

Watson's melt-in-your-mouth Moroccan almond curry

We tried Watson's take on a Moroccan Almond curry and were pretty surprised with the results. → Read More

A month with Nest's latest smart thermostat

The newest Nest smart thermostat gets mostly everything right. → Read More

How I nearly became hooked on a $335 laptop bag

When I was first approached about checking out the WaterField Designs $335 Rough Rider messenger bag, it occurred to me that I've never written about som → Read More

CES 2015, the year cars got truly smart

CES 2015, like last year's event had a very large auto presence, perhaps even a banner year for CES. Expect it to grow again next year; in fact we wouldn → Read More

Toshiba's Virtual Fitting Room doesn't have menswear

Toshiba was demoing its Virtual Fitting Room at CES this year. The premise is simple: Stand in front of a large display while your image is projected on → Read More

Audi's latest Q7 supports Android Auto and CarPlay

It seems Audi's Q7 is brand agnostic, at least in the Android vs. Apple battle: It hasn't yet chosen between Android Auto or CarPlay. The demos at CES th → Read More

The Maserati of the future has cameras and displays instead of mirrors

QNX has become something of a staple for us here at CES, wowing us each time with new and more compelling auto gear packed inside the finest cars. This y → Read More

The most beautiful tablet you'll ever own comes with an Audi Q7

Audi teased its tablet at last year's CES, but then went completely quiet until its press event at this year's show. The quick demo we were treated to fo → Read More

BMW's autonomous i3 learned how to park and forgot how to crash

BMW is at CES this week demonstrating some of its newest advances in the field of highly autonomous driving. If you remember, last year we were taken to → Read More

Audi's vision of the future includes watch-controlled cars

Audi's press event this morning began more like a best-of tour or a walk down memory lane covering every year Audi has been at CES. This year's showing t → Read More

Charge your phone while you jam out on Phaz's headphones

Phaz is hoping to grab some of your dollar's music-listening attention with its newly launched P2 headphones. This over-the-ear headset is powered -- whi → Read More

mamaRoo's electric baby rocker can now soothe by Bluetooth

While baby care gear isn't what you'd traditionally expect from CES, 4moms was on hand to demo a new version of its mamaRoo baby rocker. Gone are the day → Read More

Toyota shares its fuel cell patents to help its hydrogen dreams come true

Toyota's apparently hedging it's bet in the hybrid world by also gambling on a hydrogen-powered future. In an apparent attempt to drum up some developmen → Read More

The key to unlocking this smart luggage lock is NFC

eGeeTouch seems to have solved a travel problem we weren't even aware we had. Rather than having to fumble with a dial code or a key that's been TSA appr → Read More

Kwikset's Kevo lets you lock your home while on vacation in Tahiti

Kwikset launched its Kevo Plus service today, which finally brings its number-one-requested feature to life: remote locking and unlocking. Launching in s → Read More

Engadget is live from CES 2015!

The team's slowly making its way to Las Vegas for the 2015 edition of the Consumer Electronic Show. Samsung's massive banner is already boasting that the → Read More

What you need to know about dashboard-mounted car cameras

We've all had it happen while out walking, cycling or driving. Somebody does something foolish and it results in an accident or a near miss, a giant → Read More

What you need to know about card skimming

"Skimming" is a blanket term used when referencing a crime where you take small amounts of money. It literally means to take cash off the top, as if → Read More

What you need to know about self-driving cars

A few months back at CES, I found myself at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway as a guest of BMW's "Highly Autonomous Driving" demo. While our cameraman set up → Read More

University of Michigan will open fake city to test self-driving cars this fall

The University of Michigan will open the doors to its unique Mobility Transformation Facility this fall to test automated and wirelessly connected → Read More