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.
Amazon Echo update doesn’t forget the bass
A simple software patch fixed our biggest complaint about the second gen Echo.
Intel squeezed an AMD graphics chip, RAM and CPU into one module
The space savings could mean more powerful thin-and-light laptops.
Men's health tech creates shame-free ways to get treatment
A recent spate of startups tackle sensitive medical issues without a trip to the clinic.
Tesla is still struggling to mass-produce the Model 3
The company delivered just 222 of the $35,000 electric vehicle this quarter.
Sprint owner SoftBank may be calling off T-Mobile merger
The carriers' parent companies reportedly can't agree on an ownership ratio.
Samsung Gear Sport review: A versatile fitness-first smartwatch
A true jack-of-all-trades in the health-centric smartwatch world.
Amazon Echo review (2017): Good price, bad sound
Alexa still reigns as the queen of assistants, though.
Qualcomm tries to find a place for VR in medical training
Learning to identify symptoms of medical conditions turned out to be an effective use of VR.
Fitbit Ionic review: Good fitness tracker, passable smartwatch
In a rush to your wrist, the company made some questionable choices.