Mariella Moon

Associate Editor
Mariella loves staring at her cute dog while writing space, science and tech stories for Engadget. In her spare time, she enjoys pretending to be an opera diva, watching action movies, reading detective/horror fiction and playing video games. 

Articles by Mariella Moon

01.15.19
US judge rules that feds can't force fingerprint or face phone unlocks
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US judge rules that feds can't force fingerprint or face phone unlocks

All logins are equal, regardless of whether they're a passcode or a biometric unlock.

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01.15.19
Ajit Pai refused to discuss carrier tracking scandal with lawmakers
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Ajit Pai refused to discuss carrier tracking scandal with lawmakers

The FCC chairman used government shutdown as an excuse, even though he wasn't furloughed.

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01.12.19
NVIDIA's new lab aims to develop robotic breakthroughs
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NVIDIA's new lab aims to develop robotic breakthroughs

Those who hate cleaning up after cooking will love one of its current projects: a kitchen robot.

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01.12.19
SpaceX will lay off 10 percent of its staff to fund projects
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SpaceX will lay off 10 percent of its staff to fund projects

It said it wants to become a leaner company to prepare for the 'difficult challenges ahead.'

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01.11.19
'Bird Box' writer will lead Netflix fantasy series 'Shadow and Bone'
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'Bird Box' writer will lead Netflix fantasy series 'Shadow and Bone'

The new show will be based on 'Shadow and Bone' and 'Six of Crows' by Leigh Bardugo.

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01.11.19
US Secret Service is probing how crooks use smart credit cards for fraud
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US Secret Service is probing how crooks use smart credit cards for fraud

Credit card thieves have been using Fuze Cards, according to a Secret Service memo.

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01.11.19
CBS Super Bowl coverage features augmented reality and 8K
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CBS Super Bowl coverage features augmented reality and 8K

It promises dramatic close-ups, even for what's happening in the end zone.

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12.31.13
The year in reviews: 2013's best and worst gadgets scored and scrutinized
12.31.13

The year in reviews: 2013's best and worst gadgets scored and scrutinized

Fun fact: Engadget reviewed 176 products in 2013, and that's not even counting the umpteen times w...

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10.09.13
Growing Up Geek: The Women of Engadget
10.09.13

Growing Up Geek: The Women of Engadget

Welcome to Growing Up Geek, a feature where we take a look back at our youth, and tell stories of gr...

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