Timothy J. Seppala, Engadget

Timothy J. Seppala

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Music streaming is fueling vinyl's resurgence

Streaming has been blamed for killing off the CD, but industry experts agree it's helping bolster the growth and quality of another physical music format: vinyl... → Read More

Google's AR Stickers are now appropriately called Playground

For the AR fans out there, Google didn't forget about you during its Made by Google event. The newly renamed Playground app (née AR stickers) brings in a... → Read More

Netflix's 'Chilling Adventures of Sabrina' trades kitsch for pentagrams

Kiernan Shipka might be best known for her work as Sally Draper on Mad Men, but since then she's had a number of roles that should change your perception of her... → Read More

'Dance Dance Revolution' is going to the movies

The world is burning and there's only one way to stop it: through the power of dance. At least that's the premise of the upcoming Dance Dance Revolution movie.... → Read More

YouTube TV adds NBA League Pass for cord-cutting sports fans

If you're all-in on YouTube TV and want more basketball in the mix, that's an option now. For $40 a month, you can add NBA League Pass to your subscription, or... → Read More

What will Android look like in the next ten years?

A decade ago, Android launched... to a world of challenges. But back in 2008, Google wasn't worried about artificial intelligence, it was just trying to make a... → Read More

Lockly's smart locks promise better security through algorithms

Lockly thinks it has what it takes to stand out in the nascent smart lock market. Its latest model, the Secure Plus, uses a 3D fingerprint sensor combined with... → Read More

How to buy a turntable

So you want to start collecting vinyl. Great! Record sales have been steadily climbing, and in March, physical music outsold downloads for the first time in six... → Read More

Your phone can wirelessly charge Huawei's new AirPod-like Freepods

Apple's stumbles with wireless charging could be Huawei's gain. The Chinese tech giant's upcoming Freebuds 2 Pro truly wireless earbuds look an awful lot like A... → Read More

PlayStation Now users can download certain PS4 and PS2 games

PlayStation Now is a lot more like Xbox Game Pass starting today. → Read More

Amazon's Echo Input offers Alexa for your existing speakers

The latest gadget Amazon is shoehorning Alexa into is an audio dongle called the Echo Input. The $34.99 media bridge has line inputs, Bluetooth and a far-field... → Read More

Amazon's Echo Sub adds some much-needed bass to its smart speakers

The Echo is a fine enough smart speaker, but what it's lacking is any sort of oomph in terms of sound quality. That's why Amazon will release the Echo Sub this... → Read More

'PUBG' could be en route to PlayStation 4 this year

Since 2017, PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds has been exclusive to PC and Xbox. That could be changing. The battle royale game may appear on PlayStation 4 soon if... → Read More

The massive 'Gwent' overhaul comes home October 23rd

Netflix casting its Geralt for the upcoming show based on The Witcher isn't the only reason fans of the fantasy franchise have to be excited. Developer CD Proje... → Read More

State Department email breach leaks employees' personal data

These continuous, successful hacks aren't a great look. → Read More

CBS All Access' 'Star Trek: Discovery' is viewable offline with a catch

Unless you subscribe to the ad-free tier, you won't be able to download your favorite shows. → Read More

The crowdfunded Moto Mod keyboard is dead

Full refunds will be available to Indiegogo backers. → Read More

The 'Assassin's Creed: Odyssey' season pass will take you to Atlantis

Of course Assassin's Creed: Odyssey will have a season pass. The first add-on pack will drop sometime in December, according to a post on the UbiBlog, with "two... → Read More

Snapchat is opening up your shared Stories to media partners

Your shared uploads could find their way into a news organization's Story. → Read More

Grammarly will fix your typos inside Google Docs

Grammarly fans have something to be excited about today too. → Read More