UK teens say Instagram is the worst app for cyberbullying
Facebook is a close second.
Petcube's $249 treat cam goes on sale next week
Now good boys and girls can get treats even when their masters are out.
The ESA's hunt for gravitational waves is over, for now
LISA is dead, long live LISA.
The Morning After: Thursday, July 20th 2017
Windows is in your thermostat and there's a smart workout stick.
Here's the 'Words With Friends' TV show you didn't ask for
So it's televised 'Scrabble,' then?
Intel reportedly killed its wearables division
Intel apparently let 80 of the division go back in November 2016.
The OnePlus 5 has an update coming to fix its scary 911 reboot bug
The user who reported it has tested the update and says it works.
Lenovo reveals AR headset and other ambitious AI concepts
If Lenovo gets its way, expect a smart speaker equipped with a project in the future.
Former Dreamworks exec's 'New TV' pitch: 10 minute episodes
Jeffrey Katzenberg wants to put a lot of money behind short-form videos.
Hack into a world of cyberpunk horror next month in 'Observer'
It stars 'Blade Runner' actor Rutger Hauer.
Christopher Nolan is no fan of Netflix's movie strategy
He wishes Netflix would give movies exclusive time in theaters.
See the first ‘Blade Runner 2049’ VR tie-in at Comic-Con
Count your electric sheep and run down a rogue replicant in full VR on July 21st.
Elon Musk implies SpaceX won't land Dragon capsules on Mars
But he's already planning a better approach.
'Terminator 2' UHD Blu-ray comes with a life-size robot arm
Nope, this thing won't strangle you in your sleep. N'uh-uh.
Twitch vs. YouTube Gaming: A ‘Destiny 2’ snapshot
Where are Bungie fans watching the beta?
'Doom' 6.66 unloads a host of hellish updates free of charge
Or, pay with your soul.
Self-driving cars could hit US roads before federal laws are in place
A House panel approved a measure that would exempt tens of thousands of autonomous cars from state regulations.
SpaceX aims to reuse rockets within 24 hours by 2018
It’s one of the company’s short-term reusability goals.
Google's safeguard against rogue Android apps is now available
Play Protect scans your apps to prevent malware from getting through.
Introducing Engadget's 2017 back-to-school guide!
ISPs barred from telling users they’re under FBI investigation
Thanks to a new court ruling, the FBI can track your online footprint as it pleases.
Propaganda bots dominate social networks in some countries
And don't think democracies are immune to using them.
House Democrats adopt encrypted messaging after last year's hack
The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee has been using Wickr since June.
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Here’s a sneak peek at Nokia’s first high-end Android phone
HMD's Nokia 6 will arrive in the US next month for $229
Nokia's new Android phones will make their way Stateside
Nokia got better at Android phones, fast
Nokia's fresh start hinges on these Android phones
Nokia launches its first Android smartphone
HP Spectre X2 review (2017): A more refined Surface clone
But battery life is still a problem.
OnePlus 5 review: Making the leap from good to great
It's a powerhouse with a modest price tag.
Surface Pro review: Microsoft's best hybrid notebook plays it safe
Finally, a Surface Pro with great battery life.