Cherlynn is reviews editor of Engadget. She grew up in Singapore and came to New York in 2012. After earning her master's in journalism from Columbia University's Graduate School of Journalism, she fell in like with tech at her first job, covering smartphones and wearables for Laptop Mag and Tom's Guide. Nowadays, she spends too much time coming up with ideas for podcasts, IGTV shows and creative out-of-office messages. She also tweets excessively and thinks there aren't enough selfies and crop tops in the world.
The AmazonBasics Microwave is powered by Alexa
What will they think of next?
Smartwatches promised to make us healthier, and they finally might
Apple's and Google's next wearables will be more than glorified pedometers.
Apple's iPhone Xr is an 'affordable' iPhone X
Because $749 is so much easier to spend than $1,000.
Qualcomm’s latest Snapdragon Wear chip could revitalize smartwatches
Snapdragon Wear 3100 is designed to maximize battery life and utility.
How good can a $300 'flagship' smartphone camera be?
Not flagship quality, but not bad either.
Here are all the new phones at IFA that you won't get in the US
At least not any time soon. Sorry, America.
A proper explanation of Google’s Android One program
Don’t mistake it for Android Go.
This audacious curved-screen wearable has a gaudy camera
The Nubia-a was so close to being cool.
Skagen's new smartwatch might be The One
I'm crushing so hard right now.