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Introducing 'The Morning After'

A new daily newsletter from Engadget designed to fight off FOMO.
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Look, we get it. Sometimes it's hard to keep up on all the latest happenings in the world of tech. That's why Engadget has a newsletter that delivers the top stories of the day directly to your inbox. Sure, it's functional, but honestly, it doesn't live up to our standards. So, Saturday morning will see the launch of our new and improved newsletter: The Morning After.

The Morning After doesn't just give you the headlines -- it distills the biggest stories of the previous day down to their most essential parts, and delivers them with the wit and insight you've come to expect from Engadget. But we don't just want to tell you what you missed, we want to tell you what to look out for too. Is there a big liveblog coming up or major tech conference to get excited about? We'll give you a heads-up. Plus, every Saturday morning you'll get the weekend edition, complete with a letter from the editor.

If you're already subscribed to the Engadget newsletter, then you don't need to change a thing. Starting Saturday morning The Morning After will replace it in your inbox. But if you're not a subscriber, now is a good time to change that.

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