Dana Wollman, Engadget

Dana Wollman

Engadget

New York, NY, United States

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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

A weekend with the new MacBook Air

We haven't had the MacBook Air long enough to publish a full review, but after spending a weekend with it we're ready to share some early impressions. → Read More

The new Mac Mini, in pictures

Apple just wrapped a Mac-and-iPad event in Brooklyn, New York, and for most people, I suspect the refreshed MacBook Air and iPad Pro were the stars of the show.... → Read More

Hands-on with the new MacBook Air: The one you've been waiting for

Hands-on with the newly updated (and long-overdue) MacBook Air refresh. → Read More

We're liveblogging Apple's Mac and iPad event tomorrow at 10AM ET!

You know the drill by now: Apple announces new iPhones and Apple Watches in September. Then, if it has anything else up its sleeve, it usually unveils the rest... → Read More

Check out our improved and expanded buyer's guide!

Remember gdgt? The social network-slash-product database where gadget enthusiasts rated the things they'd bought (and bookmarked the stuff they wanted)? Well, i... → Read More

Apple Watch Series 4 hands-on: Subtle improvements

Join us as we get our first hands-on with the newly announced Apple Watch Series 4. → Read More

A letter from the editor: Engadget’s next chapter

Hello again. Allow me to reintroduce myself: I am Dana Wollman, once Engadget's resident laptop reviewer, later managing and executive editor, and now editor in... → Read More

Tune into our iPhone event liveblog on Wednesday at 1PM ET!

Is it that time of year again? My, that was fast. We are already in the second week of September, which means Engadget and the rest of the tech press are about... → Read More

Check out Engadget's 2018 back-to-school guide!

You know the drill: We spend all year reviewing and writing about the latest and greatest in tech, and then twice a year we drop a ton of buying advice in the f... → Read More

MacBook Pro 2018 hands-on: Quieter keyboard, 'Hey Siri' and True Tone

Apple unveiled some refreshed MacBook Pros this week, and I promised we'd be getting a unit to review ASAP. Sure enough, look what arrived in the mail today: a... → Read More

Apple's MacBook Pro refresh appeals to power users

Good news, Mac fans: If you were waiting for Apple to refresh the MacBook Pro, today is your lucky day. Both the 13- and 15-inch models have received some under... → Read More

macOS Mojave first look: Minor but welcome additions

Three weeks ago at this time, Engadget was in the middle of a marathon liveblog. Apple was kicking off its annual WWDC developer conference and, as usual, i... → Read More

We're liveblogging Apple's WWDC 2018 event tomorrow at 10AM PT

Oh, hey! Did you enjoy this short holiday work week? Having a relaxing weekend? Good -- because things are about to get busy. First thing tomorrow, Apple kicks... → Read More

Miniature horses were the best thing at Build 2018

Don't worry, everyone, I found the Microsoft petting zoo. That's right, that miniature horse you see up there (her name is Midnight Mocha) is staring warily at... → Read More

AI can help a billion people, but Microsoft can't do it alone

"It cracks me up when I meet someone who says, 'Hey, I don't think I have people with disabilities in my company.' And that's when I know they've got people the... → Read More

Windows' 'Your Phone' puts mobile files and alerts within reach

Windows is soon getting a 'Your Phone' experience that makes it easier for Windows PC users to access their phone's files and notifications from their desktop. → Read More

Apple iPad hands-on (2018): It's all about the apps

Apple's new iPad isn't actually that new: It was heavily leaked, for one, and, importantly, it's just about the same as the basic iPad it replaces. The co... → Read More

You can't talk about accessibility without talking about diversity

Over the past few years, we've been seeing more and more products at CES meant to assist the elderly and disabled. In fact, last year was the first year we adde... → Read More

CES 2018 recap: Day one

The CES show floor officially opened yesterday, and suffice to say Team Engadget was kept very busy. As the day began, we divided our time between all the big b... → Read More