Christopher Klimovski

Freelancer
Before joining Engadget, Christopher went to Law school and since graduating, his degree collects dust in the corner of his room as he feverously pursues his writing and editing dreams. He loves all sorts of music from Frank Ocean to Frank Sinatra and in his spare moments is either lost in the depths of a Murakamai story or contemplating Larry David-isms. 

Articles by Christopher Klimovski

11.25.15
Giphy Cam finally lets you make GIFs from videos
11.25.15

Giphy Cam finally lets you make GIFs from videos

Giphy Cam's biggest update allows a user to upload photos and videos from their media library to create an animated, personalized GIF.

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11.24.15
Amazon Video gets a bunch of new features on iOS
11.24.15

Amazon Video gets a bunch of new features on iOS

Amazon releases an update to its Video app that sports way more functionality than ever before.

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11.24.15
Google will give $1 for special ed every time you use Android Pay
11.24.15

Google will give $1 for special ed every time you use Android Pay

Android Pay will donate $1 for every purchase made until December 31st and give the money to kids with special needs.

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11.23.15
Netflix is bringing back 'Lost in Space'
11.23.15

Netflix is bringing back 'Lost in Space'

Netflix has purchased the rights to the 1960s classic 'Lost in Space' and will begin production of new episodes in the near future.

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11.19.15
Everything you know is wrong: lasers are cooling things now
11.19.15

Everything you know is wrong: lasers are cooling things now

In a world first discovery, scientists at the University of Washington have figured out a way to cool water using an infrared laser and nanocrystal.

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11.19.15
Someone made a giant Rubik's Cube in 'Fallout 4'
11.19.15

Someone made a giant Rubik's Cube in 'Fallout 4'

Apparently, some like to spend time in Fallout 4 kicking bad guy butt while others like to construct intricate, beautiful objects.

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11.18.15
Samsung's latest smartphone camera loves the low light
11.18.15

Samsung's latest smartphone camera loves the low light

Low light? No problems. Samsung just announced BRITECELL, a slimmer smartphone camera that excels when capturing low light images.

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11.18.15
Facebook is testing a new set of tools for nonprofits
11.18.15

Facebook is testing a new set of tools for nonprofits

Facebook is making it easier for nonprofits to collect donations and raise awareness of their cause.

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11.17.15
Pushbullet's 'Pro' syncing service is stuff that used to be free
11.17.15

Pushbullet's 'Pro' syncing service is stuff that used to be free

Sure, you can still use all the features of Pushbullet...but it'll cost you.

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