Uber wants to test its flying taxis by 2020
The company has partnerships in Dallas and Dubai to begin building out its Elevate air taxi network.
The Avengers take on gaming icons in 'Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite'
Fight as Rocket Racoon, Chun Li, Hulk and more this September.
I smelled and hugged a tree in VR, because art
"Treehugger" lets you become one with a giant redwood.
MTV's 'Catfish' will introduce internet trolls to their victims
Catfishing is pretending to be someone you're not in order to create a fake romance. This is something different.
Google refines its search results to curb fake news
Google is downranking fake news and giving you more chances for feedback.
Engadget giveaway: Win a Glyph video headset courtesy of Avegant!
Your own personal cinema experience. Popcorn optional.
Facebook is tweaking the News Feed to make room for fact checkers
They'll populate the area below the news stories your friends share.
Juicero's unnecessary complexity makes it unnecessarily pricey
The juicer has too many custom-made parts.
XPrize winner says its Tricorder is better than 'Star Trek'
The XPrize Tricorder winner is half real medical device, half Dr. McCoy.
AT&T's rural internet push starts with Georgia
AT&T's launch is part of a promise to bring underserved areas online.
NFL players can track and sell their own health data
It's part of a deal struck between the NFLPA and wearable maker Whoop.
Uber's terrible, horrible, no good, very bad 2017
And it’s not even May.
Apple has NASA minds working on its AR glasses
Jeff Norris led the development of the Mars 2020 rover in mixed reality, among other projects.
Vizio's $250 soundbar hosts Google Assistant and Chromecast
And there's a new portable Crave Go available too.
Vizio's XLED TVs might make you forget its tracking software
This year's M- and P-series lines obey Google Assistant and Home commands.
Waymo's ready to offer public rides in its self-driving minivans
Phoenix residents will be the first to enjoy free autonomous rides.
The Morning After: Tuesday, April 25th 2017
Flying cars. Really.
Wikipedia co-founder launches Wikitribune to fight fake news
The site will pair experienced journalists with volunteers who can fact-check and sub-edit stories.
'Super Mario Run' gets an update, if you're still playing
Now you can find friends by their Nintendo Account.
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DJI's first-person goggles look to the future of drone flight
Siri now reads out your WhatsApp messages
"Hey Siri, read my last WhatsApp message."
Google automatically translates local reviews when you travel
The company wants to bridge the language barrier when you're traveling.
Google's next trick for Android is 'copyless pasting'
It uses context awareness to make copying text on mobile less of a pain.
Facebook's latest drone delivers internet during a disaster
Facebook adds ways to find and offer help through Safety Check
GoTenna's new communicator crowd sources for a better signal
Pee-powered socks generate emergency electricity
The 'world's biggest' 3D printer will build emergency houses
This origami-inspired emergency bridge accordions into shape
Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus review: Redemption is here
They’re two of the best smartphones available right now.
LG's ultralight Gram laptop has too many compromises
What’s more important: portability or a decent screen?
LG G6 review: Finally back in the race
At last, an LG flagship that's (mostly) worth owning.