Amazon confirms the existence of a 'Fire TV Cube'
The company has put up a page where you can sign up to receive more info about the device.
Snapchat backtracks on its redesign to highlight friends' Stories
This is just a test, but it suggests Snap had a change of heart.
NVIDIA's AI fixes photos by recognizing what's missing
The results are uncannily accurate.
Sports Illustrated's standalone streaming service is now available
It's on the web now, and will come to streaming devices in the next week.
WhatsApp will require users in Europe to be at least 16 years old
Users will have to confirm their age when new terms of service are released.
'Destiny 2' Warmind add-on puts a horde event on arctic Mars
‘Warmind’ brings a new area, new public event and plenty of tweaks on May 8th.
'Sense8' finale will debut on Netflix June 8th
How many loose ends will be left, though?
Hobbyist builds the first Sony E-Mount film camera
It will be open source but the company may crowdfund a small batch.
Senate bill would require clearly worded terms for online data privacy
The bipartisan bill is a response to the Facebook and Cambridge Analytica debacle.
Facebook continues to limit access to user data for third-party apps
The company is still doing damage control in the wake of Cambridge Analytica.
What’s left of Yahoo slapped with $35 million fine over 2014 data breach
The company left details off its SEC filings.
The 65th anniversary Corvette is a performance beast for data nerds
The Z06 Carbon 65 is what happens when raw horsepower meets computing.
Discord comes to Xbox for integrated chats
See what your Discord friends are playing while on Xbox Live.
Instagram Stories now allows multiple photo and video uploads at once
Up to ten photos or videos can be uploaded at a time.
Test your hostage negotiation skills in ‘Detroit: Become Human’ demo
A bite-sized version of the latest PS4 exclusive is available today.
iOS 11.3.1 fixes unresponsive third-party iPhone 8 displays
So go ahead and repair that broken glass.
Instagram users can download a copy of their data
You can grab a copy of everything you've shared on the service.
Touch-sensitive wall might let you control home devices in the future
Researchers made a smart wall that can detect touch and movement.
'PUBG' players on Xbox One can test the game's second map
Miramar is no longer a PC-only affair.
Uber drivers will no longer see exact location history for riders
Customer pickup and drop-off logs will show areas instead of locations.
EU launches anti-trust investigation into Apple’s purchase of Shazam
The European Commission will announce a decision by September 4th.
Facebook explains what advertisers know about you
It's hoping to quell lingering fears from the Cambridge Analytica scandal.
Amazon now delivers packages to the inside of your car | Engadget Today
Ford's electric GoBikes have arrived in San Francisco
Silicon Valley’s scooter scourge is coming to an end
Uber buys San Francisco bike-sharing service Jump
NYC’s mayor has a plan to get e-bikes on city roads
Apple Maps now includes bike-sharing locations in 179 cities
Mobike's dockless bike-sharing service comes to Washington, DC
Roland’s TR-8S drum machine is ready to tackle the stage
A feature-rich drum machine that’s actually easy to use
LG V30S ThinQ review: A solid but pointless phone
LG could probably trim some fat, starting with this.
BenQ's HT2550 is a well-priced 4K projector with some minor issues
Light leaking and excessive noise distract a bit from the excellent picture quality.