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macOS Catalina preview: It's all about the apps

Three weeks ago, Apple was holding court at the San Jose Convention Center, where it kicked off its annual developer conference with first looks at iOS 13, iPad... → Read More

macOS Catalina first look: Sidecar, Project Catalyst and Voice Control

We take a look at macOS Catalina and three of its most notable new features. → Read More

Our first look at the new Mac Pro and Pro XDR 6K display

Apple just wrapped its two-hour-plus WWDC keynote, and though it was mostly focused on the company's software, it was two pieces of hardware news that ultimatel... → Read More

Samsung Pay will work on some NYC trains and buses starting today

A momentous thing is happening in New York City today: They're finally fixing the subway! Just kidding, the Metropolitan Transit Authority (MTA) is rolling out... → Read More

Apple says it fixed the MacBook Pro keyboard

The MacBook Pro is getting an upgrade today and yes, it's the upgrade you've been waiting for. After acknowledging problems with the "butterfly" mechanism in it... → Read More

The parents of Engadget on the big (and often gimmicky) world of baby tech

ENGADGET'S GUIDE TO PARENTING IN THE DIGITAL AGE Welcome to Engagdet's Parenting Guide The best baby gadgets for new parents The best coding kits for... → Read More

Check out Engadget's guide to cameras and photography!

The best cameras, lenses and accessories to buy, and how to make the most of them. → Read More

Samsung's Galaxy Fold and Galaxy S10 5G go up for pre-order tomorrow

There's not much new to say about the Galaxy Fold at this point. It's a phone. That folds. It's expensive. And it may or may not have a significant design flaw,... → Read More

Hydrow could be the Peloton of rowing machines

I would like to get in my time machine and explain to my college crew teammates what I'm looking at. It appears to be an ergometer (that's a fancy word for... → Read More

Live from Apple's streaming service event!

Today something rare is happening: an Apple keynote with possibly zero hardware news. The company recently sent out invitations for a March 25th press event wit... → Read More

Apple's 2019 iMac gets some fresh chips, including an eight-core CPU

It's shaping up to be a busy week for Apple. Yesterday the company unveiled two updated iPads, and today it announced the iMac is getting a minor refresh. Going... → Read More

The Galaxy S10 features Samsung's first dynamic AMOLED screen

As this story breaks, Samsung is in the midst of unveiling its latest flagship phones, the Galaxy S10 and S10+. (Plus that foldable phone you may have heard abo... → Read More

Watch the 'Fire Emblem' Nintendo Direct here at 5PM ET

Nintendo's latest Direct starts in just a few minutes. → Read More

Heads-up, we've made those buy buttons on our site more useful

You may have noticed that Engadget has had "buy" buttons on its site for some time now. You can find them in review cards and also on product pages in our buyer... → Read More

Willow CEO Naomi Kelman on designing tech for women and moms

Maybe it's just us, but we feel like we're seeing a lot more gadgets at this year's CES meant for moms: a pregnancy tracker and multiple breast pumps.... → Read More

Watch this giant laundry-folding robot handle a stack of shirts

This isn't the first time we've seen a laundry-folding robot. In fact, the last time we saw one, it turned out to be a faked demo. So when we saw that the compa... → Read More

Willow is back with an easier-to-use version of its smart breast pump

Two years ago we came to CES looking for OLED TVs and Alexa-enabled refrigerators, but it was ultimately a smart breast pump that stole the show. Engadget, alon... → Read More

Engadget's live CES stage show kicks off Tuesday at 1pm ET

It's that time of the year: We rang in 2019, packed our bags and boarded flight to Vegas, where we're now gearing up to cover the world's largest consumer elect... → Read More

2018: The Winners and Losers

You'll see a lot of "best of" lists around this time of year. But "best" is a limited word. What if the ideas and people that dominated weren't, in fact, very g... → Read More

Engadget will once again judge the official Best of CES Awards

It seems like just yesterday that Engadget began judging the official Best of CES Awards in January 2014, but now we're already approaching our sixth consecutiv... → Read More