Amazon will donate Kindles to promote digital reading
Its new program is now accepting requests for donations.
Doctors use ultrasound to jump-start coma patient's brain
Sonic stimulation could speed up coma recovery.
Startup uses algorithms to fund civil lawsuits
Legalist uses historical data to determine which cases are likely to pay off.
Olympics GIFs apparently did get someone banned from Twitter
No, it wasn't the Katie Ledecky / 'Smooth' mashup or any Usain Bolt pic.
Comedy Central is bringing a Snapchat show to prime time
Comedian James Davis brings his unique brand of humor to TV.
Italian earthquake victims asked to disable WiFi passwords
This will let Red Cross workers use WhatsApp and Skype to contact locals who need help.
The 'Battlefield 1' Premium Pass nets you four new expansions
The first batch of DLC includes the 'They Shall Not Pass' expansion.
French official threatens lawsuits over internet photos of police
Nice's deputy mayor doesn't seem to understand how the internet (or police accountability) works.
There's a potentially habitable planet just one star over
Proxima b is only four light years away, and it's about the same size as Earth.
Zika virus' effects are broader than first thought
Babies may have to deal with far more than small heads.
New York's Bryant Park is tracking visitor behavior
And it can guess if you'll be shopping at Macy's.
VR game developers prefer the HTC Vive, grapple with nausea
Oculus' headset isn't the front-runner despite massive hype.
Sun-powered bacteria turn nasty CO2 into helpful biofuel
The organisms reduce pollution and create fuel in one step.
Pandora's new internet radio station is curated by Questlove
The weekly show "Questlove Supreme" debuts September 7th at 1PM ET.
Adult Swim is publishing 'ToeJam and Earl: Back in the Groove'
After a successful Kickstarter, the cult classic Genesis game is getting another sequel.
Hackers target Leslie Jones, post nude photos to her site
The latest in a summer of online abuse the actor has suffered.
People will lie to robots to avoid hurting their feelings
The side effects of making machines more human.
Honor's latest dual-camera smartphone comes to Europe
The Honor 8 is much like Huawei's P9, but cheaper.
Uber partners with startup Betterment to offer retirement accounts
Drivers can choose between traditional or Roth Individual Retirement accounts via Betterment's online services.
The Engadget Back to School Guide
Google's Daydream VR could debut in the next few weeks
And the company is partnering with Hulu and YouTube stars for VR content.
Augmented reality power tool helps anyone craft things
Shaper's Origin uses visual markers to show you where to cut.
HoloLens' 24-core chip makes vivid AR possible
The "holographic processing unit" does a trillion operations per second.
Android 7.0 Nougat arrives today
Android 6.0 Marshmallow review: All about polish and power
Android 5.0 Lollipop review: Google's biggest mobile update in years
Android 4.4 KitKat lets you say 'OK Google' to activate touchless search
Android 4.1 Jelly Bean review: a look at what's changed in Google's mobile OS
Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich now official, includes revamped design, enhancements galore
Samsung Galaxy Note 7 review: Sleeker, simpler, better than ever
Basically, this is the best phone Samsung has ever made.
Samsung's new Gear VR is its most comfortable and immersive yet
It's still the best affordable option for virtual reality.
BlackBerry DTEK50 review: Cheap, secure and better than expected
That still doesn't mean it's for everyone.