With live 360 video Facebook should focus on cameras not content
Users, not brands, could drive the VR-video revolution.
Goodbye (and maybe good riddance) to Pebble
Engadget editors have strong feelings about the pioneering smartwatch maker.
Why didn't Google make Chromebooks a priority this holiday season?
Google remains committed to the platform, but things have been awfully quiet lately.
The slow death of the manual transmission
Your next EV won’t need a clutch.
Why we need diverse games like 'Watch Dogs 2' more than ever
They'll be even more necessary in Trump's America.
One consultation was enough to sell me on online doctors
From booking an appointment to popping a pill in 45 minutes.
'LEGO Dimensions' makes me like things I hate
From 'Star Wars' to the ‘Ghostbusters’ reboot, everything is better in plastic.
'Battlefield 1' reminded me that before war was a game, it was hell
The first level is amazing. If only the rest of the game were as poignant.
Apple's MacBook Pro isn't the touchscreen laptop it ought to be
The Touch Bar is welcome, but it's a reminder that Apple could be doing so much more with touch input on Macs.