When VR meets human emotions (and sometimes, hallucinations)
Interactive artist Rama Allen joins The Engadget Experience on November 14th to share some truly immersive (and occasionally weird) experiences.
‘Star Wars Battlefront II’ turns the Empire into an unlikely protagonist
The game's story mode will show post-'Return of the Jedi' events from the perspective of Imperial forces.
Gene therapy for advanced lymphoma gets FDA approval
It's the second approved gene therapy in the US.
Alphabet invests $1 billion in Lyft
Google's parent company is clearly interested in self-driving tech.
Verizon aims for spring 2018 to debut its streaming TV service
They still have some challenges to overcome though.
The best phones under $250
Good options for the budget-conscious.
Adobe's 'Cloak' experiment is a content-aware eraser for video
"Fix it in post" could become a lot less work.
The Surface Book 2's secret weapon is ceramic, says Panos Panay
The Surface creator explains what he learned from the Surface Book's launch.
GoPro Hero 6 review: Slow-mo, stabilization and subtle refinements
Sometimes it's what's on the inside that counts.
Octopus-like rubber skin could lead to shape-shifting robots
Biomimicry is awesome.
Chelsea Handler's Netflix talk show will end after two seasons
The host is turning her focus to upcoming elections.
Scoot is adding battery-swapping cars to its San Francisco lineup
The short-term scooter rental company is teaming up with a Chinese automotive startup to add more cars to its fleet.
Twitter took a year to close a fake GOP account run by Russians
The real party reported it thrice within the span of a year.
Google's AlphaGo AI no longer requires human input to master Go
It thrashed the older AlphaGos, making it the "strongest Go player in history."
The way scientific units are calculated is changing
New definitions will be recommended for the ampere, the kilogram, the kelvin, and the mole.
Google honors the man who discovered the fate of dead stars
Doodle subject Subrahmanyan Chandrasekhar showed us which stars become black holes.
The Morning After: Thursday, October 19th 2017
Giant robot fighting.
NFL's new digital ticket system tries to cut out scalpers
Ticketmaster's software opens the door to verified sales at other sites.
UE's Blast and Megablast join the Alexa smart speaker family
Amazon's always-on voice assistant lands on a quality portable format.
Where are VR and AR headed? We’ll explore at the Engadget Experience.
Apple responds to Sen. Al Franken’s Face ID concerns in letter
It's dished more details on encryption, data-sharing, and its neural network.
Los Angeles police will test drones despite privacy concerns
The LAPD is be the largest police department to rely on robotic aircraft.
AI-powered app finds and locks away your racy photos
Only on iOS for now.
Facebook and Google reportedly knowingly set up anti-Muslim election ads | Engadget Today
Coal power plant closures ramp up in spite of White House plans
EPA plans to repeal Obama-era Clean Power Plan
Trump's NASA nominee is willing to study climate change... on Mars
US agriculture agency tells staff not to mention climate change
California and China partner on clean energy tech
61 US cities and three states vow to uphold Paris climate agreement
Apple Watch Series 3 review: A good watch, a so-so phone replacement
Apple's latest wearable is ambitious, but its cellular features need work.
iPhone 8 and 8 Plus review: Change in small doses
They’re great choices for people who aren’t ready to forgo the home button.
Apple TV 4K review: Almost perfect
Apple's entry into the 4K/HDR world has a few issues to work out.