NVIDIA teases something 'super'
Computex could bring souped-up RTX graphics.
Barnes & Noble isn't ready to give up on the E-Ink Nook
The new GlowLight Plus has the largest E-Ink display yet.
Now it's easy to order food in Google Assistant, Search and Maps
You can grab dinner from DoorDash, Postmates and more without opening those apps.
You can now rent a Citi Bike through the Lyft app in NYC
Users in New York City and Jersey City can rent a bike through the Lyft app.
Facebook has taken down over 2 billion fake accounts in 2019
The company says it also disabled 1.2 billion in Q4 2018.
The gadgets we recommend for new parents
Engadget tested, baby approved.
AT&T just made it possible to pay your phone bill with bitcoin
It's the first big US phone carrier to accept cryptocurrency.
Sony envisions 'clothes' with haptic feedback for PSVR
You could be able to feel the texture and shape of virtual objects with VR gloves.
Hyperloop TT outlines how it should be regulated in Europe
The company's guidelines could shape the burgeoning hyperloop industry.
uTalk can teach you a new language for just $20
Choose two languages from a massive 130-language library.
Senators propose legislation to protect your phone at the border
The bill would require border agents to obtain a warrant to search Americans' devices.
Clean freaks: Share your thoughts about the iRobot Roomba i7+
If you’ve let this efficient vacuum into your home, tell us what it’s like to live with it.
Amazon is reportedly working on an emotion-detecting wearable
Its take on the mood ring would sense your emotional state from your voice.
The bitcoin Ponzi scam that won't go away
New tech, old MLM techniques.
NYC will accept Google Pay on some subway and bus routes
It's part of a Google pilot test starting on May 31st.
A warranty fraudster tricked Apple into replacing 1,500 fake iPhones
He has pleaded guilty in federal court.
Apple pledges to notify users of potential iPhone slowdowns
It made the commitment to UK watchdog Competition and Markets Authority.
LG brings Alexa to its 2019 ThinQ TVs
Ask questions, control smart home products and more.
The Morning After: The black-and-white portable console of the future
Going from Game Boy to Playdate.