Monthly Archives: February 2014

Nissan’s camera-equipped rearview mirror provides a clear view in low light

Rearview mirrors aren’t always as useful as you might like — bright headlights, weather or a basketball team in the back seats can make it tough to see what’s behind you. None of those should be a problem once Nissan’s … Read the rest of this entry

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The Walking Dead: Season 2′s Episode 2 trailer shows A House Divided

Telltale have released a trailer for the second episode of The Walking Dead: Season 2. It’s called A House Divided, and will be a heart-warming tale of how, despite seemingly insurmountable differences, a group of people come together in a … Read the rest of this entry

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Xbox One update preview adds new audio, Kinect options and a fix for UK TV

Xbox One owners who received a special ticket in their inbox are already testing out next month’s update, and they’ve already uncovered a slew of tweaks. Beyond the multiplayer / party system changes and Twitch streaming we’d heard about, fans … Read the rest of this entry

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Announcing our PAX East 2014 panel with Palmer Luckey, Chris Roberts, and more

Virtual reality, SteamOS, fiber broadband, 4K displays, holodecks (you know, maybe)—the next five years of PC gaming will radically transform our immortal hobby. What new experiences will the PC games of the near future provide? How will technology surprise us? … Read the rest of this entry

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Xiaomi shipped over 15 million MI2 series phones, lowers MI2s to $210 in China

While Xiaomi’s been pushing its budget Redmi Android phone into Singapore recently, it’s also managed to reach a new shipment record for its mid-tier MI2 series, which includes the MI2, MI2s and MI2a. According to the company’s announcement, it has… … Read the rest of this entry

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Hands-on with the Crusader in Diablo 3: Reaper of Souls

Article by Kat Bailey Why the Crusader? Why not the Amazon? Or, heaven forbid, the Necromancer? That question was on the minds of many Diablo players when the Crusader was first announced. Looking over Diablo III’s class list though, you … Read the rest of this entry

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Join the Engadget HD Podcast live on Ustream at 8:45PM ET

We missed Tuesday, the regular day for the Engadget HD Podcast, but we hope you’ll join us tonight when the Engadget HD podcast starts recording live at 8:45PM. Comcast is once again in the news this week but this time … Read the rest of this entry

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Chill out with Batman: Arkham Origins’ Cold, Cold Heart DLC April 22

Cold, Cold Heart, an open world, story-driven piece of DLC for Batman: Arkham Origins will focus on Mr. Freeze. The DLC will delve into the origins (ding!) of the villain, and will play like a “mini-chapter” in the main game. … Read the rest of this entry

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Gods Will Be Watching trailer shows brutal survival, reveals June release date

Pixels have long been the tool used to create cheerful worlds full of vibrant charm and wholesome challenges. Increasingly, that’s no longer the case. Subversive indies have defaced the magical squares, having them enact all manner of depravity. Gods Will … Read the rest of this entry

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Square’s Pickup app streamlines ordering take-out in San Francisco

If you thought ordering a new shirt from Uniqlo and grabbing it from the store 20 minutes later was rad, Square has something similar cooked up for your favorite restaurants. The outfit is demoing a new Android and iOS application … Read the rest of this entry

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