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What we're watching: 'Mandy,' 'Succession' and 'Great News'
The Nicolas Cage experience.
A popular fetish app stored passwords in plain text
When a human asks you for your password, that's usually a bad sign.
How a data request turned into a data breach
Coffee Meets Bagel sent us a stranger’s data.
What we're buying: A potent audio sampler that fits in your pocket
The audio sampler you can take anywhere.
The best electric skateboards for getting around campus
This is the first time Engadget has included skateboards in its back-to-school guide.
The apps and services we recommend for students
Everything from storage to note-taking to movie storage.
The PC games and accessories we recommend to students
Plus three of our favorite gaming notebooks.
The Morning After: The Netflix review purge
And coincidentally, we discuss Thanos.
The Morning After: Your weekend edition
Musk, Android 9, Galaxy Note 9 and more!