Apple buys motion-capture company that worked on 'Star Wars'
The startup captures facial animation without any markers, dots or ping-balls attached to your face.
Skype co-founders build delivery bot that rides on sidewalks
Starship Technologies' local delivery robot apparently uses less energy than most lightbulbs.
Yota aims for mass-market success after buyout
It's fair to say that the global launch of Yota Device's last E-Ink smartphone didn't quite go to...
Startup lab Theranos scales back unique 'finger prick' blood tests
The Silicon Valley lab did well enough to get a $9 billion valuation, but the accuracy of its test results are now being called into question.
Apple buys an AI startup with eye on better photo management
Maybe this could make using Photos less frustrating. Maybe.
Nextbit reveals Robin, a smartphone that's nestled in the cloud
"Nothing excited me in mobile in the past few years," Tom Moss says, leaning back in an office cha...
How much should we trust tech companies?
Engadget editors Devindra Hardawar and Aaron Souppouris discuss why we're so quick to distrust tech companies, and whether it's fair.
Frontback's selfie app is back thanks to an anonymous rescuer
Frontback's selfie-oriented service was supposed to kick the bucket in a matter of weeks, but an anonymous company has stepped in to rescue it from oblivion.
Warby Parker wants you to use your phone for eye exams (update)
Warby Parker, the eyewear company that sends you frames to try on before you make a purchase, has...