Post Thumbnail

Back in the days when Pebble just made a BlackBerry accessory called the inPulse, the biggest name in wearables was MetaWatch, the smartwatch firm that spun out of Fossil. After a few years of seeing other people's devices hog the limelight, the company has shortened its name and is now ready to m

3 months ago 0 Comments
August 8, 2014 at 2:00PM
Post Thumbnail

MetaWatch, the wearables business that was spun out of watch maker Fossil, has lingered at the periphery of the space for quite a while. Now, however, the outfit has teamed up with the legendary Nokia and Vertu designer Frank Nuovo, who has helped redesign both the branding and the hardware in pre

10 months ago 0 Comments
Post Thumbnail

You've been asking for a new version of our Android app, and we've been listening. And after months of development and testing, Engadget for Android 2.0 is finally here, just in time for you to use it stay on top of all of the latest news from CES! We've totally rebuilt the app from the ground up,

10 months ago 0 Comments
Post Thumbnail

CES is about to start, and as usual, we'll be covering the show wall-to-wall, with liveblogs, hands-ons, news and, of course, Best of CES. One thing we'll be doing differently this year is providing you with a quick and easy way to access our CES coverage -- and more -- from your smartphone or com

10 months ago 0 Comments
Post Thumbnail

\"Demo or die.\" That's the unofficial motto of Meta and it's a bedrock principle espoused by Raymond Lo, the company's CTO. Lo spent a decade under the tutelage of Professor Steve Mann (known to many as the father of wearable computing), and is one of the few to make it through Mann's Ph.D. program

1 year ago 0 Comments
Post Thumbnail

Hi, I'm Marc Perton, and I'm Engadget's new Executive Editor. Those of you who've followed this site for a while may dimly remember me; I was with Engadget in its early days, and somehow managed to write a couple of thousand posts from 2004 through 2006 (my fave: Engadget 1985, a group post I work

1 year ago 0 Comments
Post Thumbnail

Give yourself a cookie if you can still remember as far back as August 29th of last year. That was the day when HP's Phil McKinney teased the world with images of three new prototypes being developed in his company's labs -- there was a tablet, now known as the HP TouchPad, a smartphone that's sinc

3 years ago 0 Comments
Post Thumbnail

You've seen our review of the WarMouse Meta mouse (once more infamously known as the Open Office mouse), and it looks like you'll soon be able to get your hands on all eighteen of those buttons yourself -- the company has just announced that the mouse will finally start shipping on June 28th. As ex

4 years ago 0 Comments
Post Thumbnail

A mouse with eighteen buttons! Does the WarMouse Meta – or what used to be known as the OpenOffice Mouse – need any further introduction? We didn't think so, and ever since we laid eyes on this thing we've been dying to know how you'd even go about using the programmable point-and-click

4 years ago 0 Comments
Post Thumbnail

There's really nothing in HTC's recently-posted video about the magnificent EVO 4G that we didn't already know from our time with it at CTIA, but we couldn't help but notice something very, very important: they're following yours truly using the phone's News widget. We might recommend that they ref

4 years ago 0 Comments
Post Thumbnail

Yes we can't believe it either, but as of today Engadget HD is officially done with the terrible twos. The EHD crew's made us proud ever since their first post 36 months ago by bringing all of you the best HD news coverage they can, and in that time they've written over 11,672 posts and recorded 12

5 years ago 0 Comments