Roberto Baldwin, Engadget

Roberto Baldwin

Engadget

San Francisco, CA, United States

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Recent:
  • Engadget
Past:
  • WIRED
  • Entrepreneur
  • Autoblog.com
  • The Next Web

Recent articles by Roberto:

Nissan Kicks proves inexpensive doesn't have to mean boring

Inexpensive entry-level vehicles are typically drab affairs. Beige boxes with the minimum options and styling that can be described as sadness on four wheel... → Read More

Google Maps' AR adds navigation hints to the real world

Google Maps has made navigating unfamiliar cities on foot much easier than the days of pulling out a paper map — but it's not perfect. The blue dot th... → Read More

IK Multimedia’s Uno synth packs big sound on a small budget

The affordable-synth trend of the past few years has been outstanding for anyone wanting to dip their toe into soundscapes and dance music. IK Multimedia, known... → Read More

Subaru’s Forester combines driver monitoring tech with outdoor style

The boxy Subaru Forester (starting at $24,295) has grown over the years. From a station wagon beset with right angles to an SUV with a tall interior that's got... → Read More

Tesla's Model 3 leads it to another profitable quarter

Sometimes it's best to come out and say things won't be as good as they were last quarter. That's what Tesla CEO Elon Musk did on January 18th and today's fourt... → Read More

Audi bets you’ll pay extra for the A7's design and tech upgrades

Logically, you should buy the lower-cost Audi A6. I made an argument that when it comes to the A6 and A7. They share the same powertrain. They handle nearly ide... → Read More

Infiniti's new QX50 blends exciting engine tech with a big redesign

When Infiniti announced that the QX50's turbocharged inline four-cylinder engine would have variable compression, my first two thoughts were "wow that's incredi... → Read More

Audi’s A6 offers A7 performance for less money

The recently refreshed Audi A6 (starting at $58,900) isn't quite as nice as the refreshed A7 with its cool Sportback rear or the A8 with all-wheel steering. But... → Read More

Fender’s acoustic-electric hybrid is a technological wonder

Fender's hybrid electric/acoustic guitar is marvelous. → Read More

John Deere wants to remind the world that it’s a tech company

The impressive technology of John Deere's tractors. → Read More

Tesla’s Navigate on Autopilot was my CES road trip companion

I love a good road trip. I've spent hundreds of thousands of miles in cars during my life, and the best times were when I knew it would be hours or even day... → Read More

Tesla offers Model 3 as a reward to security researchers

The annual Pwn2Own contest at the CanSecWest conference in Vancouver, Canada usually ends with security researchers taking home the laptops they've exploited. T... → Read More

In the cab with Daimler’s level 2 semi-truck

When Daimler announced that its Freightliner Cascadia would be the first class 8 truck to get level 2 driver's assistance (adaptive cruise control and lane keep... → Read More

Jammy makes the practice guitar modular

If you travel, but want to practice guitar, there are options. But I really don't trust TSA and the airlines not to bust a nice acoustic travel axe. Jammy has c... → Read More

Mercedes-Benz’s new CLA coupe responds to your gestures

If you need more evidence that CES is turning into an auto show, look no further than Mercedes-Benz introducing their new CLA coupe at the annual tech event.%Sl... → Read More

Live from the Mercedes-Benz CES 2019 press conference!

Amidst all the TVs and IOT devices, CES is becoming a rather important auto show. So it's no surprise that Mercedes-Benz will be unveiling a car at the annual desert conference. Based on the teasers from Mercedes, it'll almost be the new CLA coupe brimming with new tech like company's outstanding voice-powered MBUX infotainment system that was shown off at last year's CES. → Read More

Behind the wheel of Daimler’s upcoming electric trucks

Daimler has been very vocal that it's moving to electrify its trucks. From short- to medium-haul delivery vehicles to school buses, the company is making no bon... → Read More

Inside the Mercedes concept that is part taxi, part delivery van

Riding in the Mercedes Urbanetic concept van down the Vegas Strip. → Read More

Daimler wants self-driving trucks on the roads in ten years

Daimler wants to have a level four truck on the road in 10 years. → Read More

Audi puts VR in the backseat

The passenger seat of the car has gotten a bit more entertaining thanks to smartphones, tablets and video screens. But companies still think we can do more... → Read More