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Aaron Souppouris


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Past articles by Aaron:

Why the new MacBook Air isn’t ‘a bigger MacBook’

The announcement of the MacBook Air yesterday means that a large portion of Apple's laptops are powered by Intel "Y" processors. The fanless 12-inch MacBook was... → Read More

Spare a thought for the guy with Lightning headphones

It was a questionable decision to opt for headphones that work with two devices. Nevertheless, I do love the Audeze iSINE 10s that I've used every day for the p... → Read More

Overclocking GPUs makes surprisingly great TV

Outside of Engadget's consumer-tech space, there are dozens of sites and YouTube channels that make a living covering PC hardware in extreme depth, looking at e... → Read More

‘Sekiro’ continues the work that ‘Bloodborne’ started

Miyazaki is moving further away from the Dark Souls template. → Read More

'Sable' is gorgeous, but will live or die on its story

Developer Shedworks is crafting a quiet, lonely adventure. → Read More

‘The Butterfly Effect’ explores tech’s impact on the porn industry

Free porn changed the world, and The Butterfly Effect explains how. It's a seven-episode podcast series produced by author and screenwriter Jon Ronson that trac... → Read More

Building the perfect machine in 'Opus Magnum'

I'm not sure how Opus Magnum passed me by when it came to Steam Early Access last year. All I know is that I saw a split-second of it in a YouTube video a few w... → Read More

'Pokémon: Let’s Go, Pikachu!' doesn't feel like a remake

Those of us that have enjoyed the series since Red know an uncomfortable truth: Nintendo doesn't have to do much to sell us on a Pokémon game. Millions o... → Read More

'Super Smash Bros. Ultimate' is a refinement of a classic formula

It's December 1999. I'm sitting in my best friend's smoke-filled bedroom, frantically mashing the buttons of an N64 controller and having the time of my life. S... → Read More

NVIDIA kills its 'anticompetitive' GeForce Partner Program

NVIDIA has canceled the GeForce Partner Program (GPP) just two months after announcing it. The GPP began with little fanfare in early March, but it quickly beca... → Read More

MIT researchers turn water into 'calm' computer interfaces

MIT's Tangible Media Group believes we need "calmer interfaces," and it's working on a system that uses simple droplets of water to help us create, play and communicate. → Read More

Even genuine replacement Apple displays can mess with iPhones

Following the news that the latest iOS update can break phones with non-official replacement screens, repairers are encountering a different, more subtle... → Read More

NVIDIA announces exclusive features for GPUs that don't exist

It's been exactly five years since NVIDIA announced Volta, its next-generation GPU architecture. The closest thing to a Volta consumer graphics card we've seen... → Read More

VR escort film pulled from SXSW amid allegations of misconduct

Two days ago, director Michael Jacobs described his first VR short, GFE (an acronym of "girlfriend experience"), to Engadget on camera. The film is a "documenta... → Read More

Eddy Cue said everything you'd expect about Apple's video strategy

For a session about "Curation in Media," there wasn't a whole lot of talk about Apple News at Eddy Cue's SXSW panel today. Instead, moderator and CNN senior rep... → Read More

Witnessing the Church of Elon Musk

SXSW plays host to big-name speakers all the time. Mother! and Black Swan director Darren Aronofsky was on stage yesterday, Apple's Eddy Cue is on a panel tomor... → Read More

Intel’s quantum computing efforts take a major step forward

It's been almost three months since Intel announced a 17-qubit superconducting chip, meant to pave the way for a future powered by quantum computers. Today at C... → Read More

Intel will patch all recent chips by the end of January

The potential impact of the major processor security flaw that went public last week can't be understated. But hardware and software companies alike have been q... → Read More

The makers of 'Resogun' are leaving arcade shooters behind

Over the past decade, the name Housemarque has become synonymous with arcade-style games. From the early PSN title Super Stardust HD to the PS4 launch savior Re... → Read More

SNES Classic Edition review: Worth it for the games alone

The success of last year's NES Classic Edition clearly took Nintendo by surprise. The company was completely incapable of meeting demand, leaving many people un... → Read More