Cherlynn is reviews editor of Engadget. She led a mostly unexciting life in Singapore, her home country, until she came to New York in 2012. Since then, she's earned her master's in journalism from Columbia University's Graduate School of Journalism and covered smartphones and wearables for Laptop Mag and Tom's Guide. Life is now like a Hollywood movie, with almost as many lights and much more Instagram. And also more selfies.
Apple’s ‘Planet of the Apps': lousy TV, good for developers
More like Planet of the Naps.
$99 buys you a useful, but plain, Android Wear watch
Who knew you could get a heart-rate sensor, GPS and vibrant display for less than $100?
Qualcomm wants to ban iPhone imports with new Apple complaint
Qualcomm basically wants to make it impossible to sell the "infringing" phones in the US.
Sony’s latest Xperia is a terrific slow-mo shooter, with caveats
The XZ Premium is a perfectly capable phone if you can find enough use for its standout feature.
The Met's latest exhibit puts oversharing on a pedestal
Smartphone cameras are the new paintbrushes at 'Talking Pictures'.
A biometric ring could replace your passwords, cards and keys
Token works with an impressive list of third-party products and services.
Bug-zapping laser will only kill bad insects
The Photonic Fence will help farmers target specific pests, if a Department of Agriculture trial goes well.
Report: Facebook to pay Hollywood millions for original shows
It's apparently offering up to $3 million per episode.
Apple's paranoia about leaks is misplaced
It should focus less on surprise and more on delight.