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What we're watching: 'Star Wars Rebels' and Marvel's 'Runaways'
And revisiting an old binge watch with 'MI-5.'
What we're playing: 'Yakuza 0' and 'Reigns: Her Majesty'
And some "AC: Origins."
What we're buying: Dyson's Supersonic hair dryer
It's an investment.
Nintendo Labo: Overpriced or innovative?
Why not both?
They make airbags for people now
For $790, Helite's belt will protect your hips in a fall.
The best games of 2017
And what we're most excited about in 2018.
We're listening to: Sia, Tove Lo and 'Where Should We Begin?'
And the key to trivia success.
The best subscriptions and gift cards to buy as (last-minute) gifts
The cord-cutter in your life will thank you.
The best Engadget stories of 2017
Our staff shares their favorite reports and features from the past year.