Good morning! As a squad of Engadget editors makes their way to SXSW for the weekend, we've been testing Samsung's latest smartwatch, taking a second look at the Switch and hearing some interesting news about Disney+.
Nintendo's bet on portability has paid off well: While other consoles are stuck under your TV, the Switch lets you bring your favorite games just about anywhere. Despite specs that don't seem to compare to high-powered 4K-ready systems, it maintains a growing selection of innovative new games combined with more indies and classics joining the party every day.
After a week or so attached to the ISS, the Demo-1 mission of SpaceX's Crew Dragon is headed back home. Early Friday morning it undocked, and starting at 7:30 AM ET, you can join us to watch the NASA TV broadcast as it eventually splashes down in the Atlantic Ocean for recovery.
Four years since the app first appeared on Sony phones, PS4 Remote Play has come to iOS, meaning you can remotely play on your PS4 console, provided the WiFi holds strong. And you know what? It works even better than Remote Play on the PlayStation Vita.
Samsung's first keenly priced smartwatch is in our hands, or should we say on our wrists. There's a lot to like, but we have some early concerns with battery life.
Gaming on your PC means console-beating graphical performance -- if you've got the coin for it. We've tried to be broad with our recommendations here on purpose. There are so many great games out there for your PC, consider this as a starting point.
According to Disney CEO Bob Iger, Disney+ "will house the entire Disney motion picture library, so the movies that you speak of that traditionally have been kept in a 'vault' and brought out basically every few years will be on the service."
But wait, there's more...
- Google: Update Chrome now as attackers are 'actively exploiting' a bug
- Corsair's K83 media keyboard is great... when it works
- Leica's compact, full-frame Q2 captures 47MP photos and 4K video
- Amazon teases when its 'Lord of the Rings' series will take place
- The original 'Diablo' is now available on GOG.com
- Gaze at the supercar fantasies at the Geneva Motor Show
- Amazon's joint healthcare organization is called 'Haven'
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