Apple formally challenges the EU's tax demands
The tech giant claims Europe ignored legal advice in order to exaggerate its punishment.
'Vanity Fair' editor sues Twitter troll for giving him a seizure
The user tweeted an animation at the editor that triggered his epilepsy.
Florida court rules police can demand your phone's passcode
Prior decisions protected users from being forced to open code-locked but not fingerprint-protected devices.
A new, compromise-friendly Airbnb makes nice with New Orleans
The company brokered a big deal with the Big Easy.
Michigan embraces our self-driving future
Governor Snyder has lifted the ban on autonomous cars.
ICYMI: Birds the magical flying machines
Stanford is pinpointing how birds truly fly.
Airbnb drops its lawsuit against New York
The city touts it as a victory over illegal short-term rentals.
The Engadget Podcast Ep 16: Feds Watching
Yelfies, terrible touch pads and the governments new hacking powers.
Airbnb will limit Amsterdam rentals to 60 days a year
In accordance with local law.