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.
Sprint offers free LTE data to anyone who buys a Snapdragon PC
Only till the end of 2018, though.
OnePlus’ new headphones use magnets to pause playback
Music stops when you snap the Bullets Wireless buds together, and resumes when you separate them.
We're listening to: 'MCU in Review'
It's kinda funny.
Snap Spectacles 2 review: Boring, but better
Best part: You no longer have to buy them from random pop-up vending machines.
Google and Levi’s smart jacket gets a small but useful update
The Jacquard team is slowly exploring the best uses for connected clothing.
I hope Google won’t nag me about my digital wellbeing
I don't need another mom.
Google’s AI advances are equal parts worry and wonder
We cannot put off finding an answer to AI ethics any longer.
The new Google Maps is more than just a Yelp alternative
Thanks to the company's vast wealth of data and a super-nifty Group Planning feature, the new Maps is extremely compelling.
Google Lens hands-on: Copy-and-paste the real world to your phone
Of the three new features coming to Lens, Smart Text Selection is the most promising.