Let's face it, credit card fraud is much more commonplace than we like to imagine. But even worse, thieves need only a few cleverly concealed gadgets to pull it off. Read on for more information about how to identify hijacked ATMs and keep your monies safe.
OS X Yosemite is reportedly due sometime this October, but Apple's not waiting around to revamp its line of Retina Macbook Pros. As of today, both the 15- and 13-inch models received a few upgrades in preparation for the upcoming OS.
Want to make your home smarter, but can't afford premium services like ADT Smart Home or Vivint? Don't worry, we've compiled a list of the best (and more importantly, affordable) gadgets that can upgrade you abode.
How much dough is Snapchat worth? According to Bloomberg, Yahoo-backed Alibaba is willing to drop a solid $10 billion on the messaging app. You had your chance Facebook.
Ever wondered what it's like to live on the International Space Station? Well, thanks to a few social media-savvy astronauts (who took a lot of pictures), you can get a pretty good idea of life outside our atmosphere.
The Engadget Buyer's Guide strikes again. This time, we rounded up nine of our favorite wearables that you can buy right now. You're welcome.
On August 8th, you can watch James Cameron pilot his custom-made submersible to Mariana Trench in 3D. Spoiler alert: The movie's brief clips of deep sea life are incredible, but it sort of feels like an infomercial for the decorated filmmaker.
What you're looking at is a render of HP's upcoming iOS- and Android-compatible smartwatch. There are few details about the device other than the involvement of American fashion designer Michael Bastian, who made a name for himself at GANT.
Being verified on social media isn't just about proving your identity; it's also a status symbol. And while the perks of that blue check mark beside your name could be considered trivial, they're one of many indicators of online inequality.
Get ready sports fans. The NFL is teaming up with Zebra Technologies for the "Next Gen Stats" initiative. Seventeen different stadiums will be outfitted with RFID receivers that track tags inside the shoulder pads of athletes, recording speed, acceleration and more.