Toyota halts autonomous car testing on public roads
It's concerned about the emotional impact of Uber's fatal collision.
Nintendo Switch's 2018 indie roster is looking strong
'Banner Saga 3,' 'Lumines Remastered' and 'Reigns' are all coming to the console.
Amazon Key can require your fingerprint to allow in-home deliveries
It should be harder for someone to abuse the delivery service.
Amazon's Michigan Wolverines 'All or Nothing' series debuts April 6th
The brand will focus on global sports in the coming year.
Medicare now covers gene sequencing for patients with advanced cancer
DNA sequencing tests help doctors find the best treatment option.
Google just made paying for the news dead-simple
Publications from around the world are ready to take your money.
LinkedIn adds Snapchat-like video filters because of course it is
'How do you do, fellow kids?'
More than 60 new apps support Android's AR platform
Including an experiment from Google itself.
Google puts $300 million towards fighting fake news
It aims to boost quality journalism and help news organizations implement technology.
Police chief says Uber 'likely not' at fault in pedestrian accident
The investigation is still in progress.
Samsung's first 3D Cinema LED screen launches in Swiss theater
Visit Zurich if you want projection-free 3D movies on a big screen.
TCL's wallet-friendly 6-Series Roku TVs will be available by May 1st
The TVs will come in 55 inches and 65 inches.
Insta360 One update adds 'pro-level' video stabilization
The new 'Pivot Points' and 'SmartTrack' modes also make video editing easier.
Engadget giveaway: Win a Samsung Galaxy S9 courtesy of Speck!
The prize pack also includes a Presidio Folio Leather case to keep it safe and sound.
You won't beat 'A Way Out' without help from a friend
Think of it as 'Lethal Weapon' meets 'The Fugitive' but really, really fun.
FTC is reportedly investigating Facebook's use of personal data
It wants to know if the Cambridge Analytica move violated a decree.
Nikon goes after video pros with the D850 Filmmaker's Kit
You get an Atomos recorder, three fast lenses and microphones for $5,500.
UK wants answers from Zuckerberg regarding Cambridge Analytica
A member of Parliament sent him a letter requesting an appearance.
Telegram loses appeal over encryption keys in Russia
The saga isn't over yet, though.