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What we're buying: Steinberg UR22C audio interface
It has built-in MIDI ports, Yamaha's D-Pre preamps and, yes, a USB 3.1 connection.
8K at CES 2020: The future or a waste of time?
We dive into the 8K hype to see where it's headed.
Presenting the Best of CES 2020 winners!
Congratulations to all!
Presenting the Best of CES 2020 finalists!
Here's our list of nominees for all 15 categories.
The worst tech of 2019
Let's hope companies learn from the mistakes that were made this year.
Our favorite games of 2019
Engadget editors gush about their best-loved titles of the year.
What we're listening to: Brass Against and 'Gastropod'
Unique covers of Rage Against the Machine (and more) and a culinary deep dive.
Welcome to Engadget's 2019 year in review
It's the end of the year, and... maybe the decade?
The Morning After: Motorola delayed the new RAZR
And Boeing's space taxi won't make it to the ISS on this trip.