Engadget's guide to the 2016 presidential election
We grade the candidates on 13 crucial technology and science issues.
There's no shortage of online viewing options as Clinton and Trump square off.
You can buy them online today and at Apple Stores on October 5th.
One of Fitbit's best fitness trackers is now available globally.
All you need is a Plex Pass and an Amazon Drive subscription.
Didn’t you know it was rude to ask an actor’s age?
The smartwatch would gauge how healthy you are, not just feed you raw data.
With a more powerful PS4 arriving soon, you're better off upgrading to that instead.
Computer-generated music is just another of his gifts to the world.
The excommunicated "planet" is full of surprises.
Strava's Back Half Challenge will reward marathon runners who can achieve the holy grail of a negative split.
The Trump campaign stirs the pot ahead of tonight's debate.
The future of football broadcasts, starting with a recent Giants-Cowboys game.
It's cheaper than ever to bring streaming video to all your TVs.
'Minecraft: The Island' will be the first in a series of books.
Researchers at NC State believe that they can make chips faster without making them smaller.
The team still hopes to crack 763MPH next year.
Alongside a new sale, GOG Connect is returning to give you more DRM-free copies of games you already own.
The engine is three times more powerful than the one on the Falcon 9.
The incident raises questions about journalism in an era when it's easy to force websites offline.
It wasn't caused by a faulty strut like last time.
Autonomous tech can only do so much to avoid reckless human drivers.
Messages, 3D Touch and Siri all benefit from the help of outside developers.
The most useful features in this release are also the least flashy.
Except for, you know, the no-headphone-jack thing.