Sneezing is even more disgusting with high-speed cameras
MIT likens it to "throwing paint".
YouTube uses notifications to pester you with recommendations
Don't worry, you can turn them off.
You'll soon track Bluetooth devices directly over the internet
New tools help Bluetooth gadgets join the internet of things without a go-between.
Uber wants to pay $28.5 million to settle lawsuits about your safety
As usual, affected customers will hardly get paid anything.
NYPD used Stingrays over 1,000 times since 2008
There's no written policy to guide use of the cellphone trackers, either.
'Destiny' sequel set for next year
A few expansion packs are en route for 2016, as well.
Google brings 40 US national parks to Street View
Visit Alcatraz or Montezuma Castle without booking a flight.
CBS exec: no recent talks with Apple about a TV service
With or without Apple, Les Moonves says streaming is a big part of CBS' business.
'Master of None' season 2 is coming to Netflix next year
You've got plenty of time to catch up.
Coming soon to Engadget: 'On the Brink of Greatness' with Steve Goldbloom
Get ready for our first (and maybe only) mockumentary.
VR is better when virtual objects feel real
Survios' "Raw Data" uses visual, audio and haptic feedback to trick you into abiding by the game's virtual physics.
Gravitational waves are our window into the early universe
This changes everything.
WSJ: Google is working on a standalone VR headset, too
It looks like Google is working on two new VR devices.
Qualcomm's X16 modem could help gigabit LTE work in more places
Just, you know, don't be shocked if your actual speeds are lower.
Tesla will unveil its $35,000 Model 3 on March 31st
IRS says identity thieves nabbed 100,000 income tax e-file PINs
Right in the middle of tax season.
MadCatz cutting a third of staff after 'Rock Band 4' flop
37 percent of workforce will be laid off as key execs resign.
Supreme Court decision may derail Obama's emissions pledge
The ruling puts US commitments to the Paris climate change deal in jeopardy.
Google backs away from banning dedicated Android ad blockers
Google pulls Samsung-backed ad blocker from the Play Store
Samsung's Android browser can now block ads
Twitter VIPs don't see as many ads as everybody else
Former Mozilla CEO's browser blocks (and replaces) web ads
You say advertising, I say block that malware
Intel Compute Stick review (2016): Second time's the charm
Unlike the original, the second-gen Compute Stick is something you'd actually want to use.
Tag Heuer Connected review: $1,500 for a smartwatch?
An insane amount of money for a fairly average device.
Bragi Dash review: The smartest earbuds on the planet
Bleeding edge comes at a price, though.