Monthly Archives: October 2015

Our spookiest PC gaming stories

It’s nearly Halloween, the time of year devoted to spooky stories, scary movies, horror games, and changing your Twitter handle from ‘Gary Watkins’ to ‘Scary Bat Skins’ and then forgetting to change it back until at least mid-November. Come on, Gary. Get your shit … Read the rest of this entry

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Recommended Reading: Who are the best horror movie monsters?

Recommended Reading highlights the best long-form writing on technology and more in print and on the web. Some weeks, you'll also find short reviews of books that we think are worth your time. We hope you enjoy the read. Happy … Read the rest of this entry

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Desync is a gorgeous, 1980s sci-fi inspired twitch FPS

Desync looks beautiful. It’s a super-hard, twitch-oriented FPS inspired by classic arena shooters of yore, but it’s the chrome-hued 1980s sci-fi inspired art style that stands out the most. Developed by Melbourne indie studio The Foregone Syndicate, Desync focuses on … Read the rest of this entry

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Amazon’s Prime Music stores tracks on an SD card

To help you conserve that limited storage space on your Android device, Amazon is letting you download Prime Music tracks to an SD card. If your go-to device has a slot for extra memory, you'll be able to store music … Read the rest of this entry

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London police arrest second teenager over TalkTalk data breach

The hack which exposed millions of TalkTalk customer account details may have been orchestrated by more than one individual. Following the arrest of a 15-year-old boy on Monday, Metropolitan Police today confirmed that a second individual has been… Engadget RSS … Read the rest of this entry

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License plate readers can be a security nightmare

The fact that automated license plate recognition (ALPR) systems can store data for years is apparently not the only disturbing thing about them. Some of them are exposed online and are easily accessible to anyone with an internet connection and … Read the rest of this entry

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Skype video and voice chats come to Office and Outlook on the web

You can already have Skype text chats while you're collaborating on Office Online docs or checking mail at Outlook.com. But wouldn't you rather talk to your colleagues and keep your hands free for, you know, work? You're about to get … Read the rest of this entry

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Engadget Live’s final stop this year is in New York City tonight!

After stops in Boston, LA and Austin the Engadget Live tour is coming to a close for 2015. Before we park the party bus for the year, we're making one last stop tonight: New York City. Join us at the … Read the rest of this entry

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Hitman welcomes you to Sapienza, Italy; look out for a bald man doing murders

Hitman: Hopefully Better Than The Last One (you have to add your own subtitles these days) launches in March with three sandboxy locations set in Italy, France, and Morocco. IO and Square Enix have shown off the first one in a new trailer, and Sapienza—a … Read the rest of this entry

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Sonos Play:5 review (2015): a generational leap forward

The all-new Sonos Play:5 is the company's first major hardware revision; a fresh flagship for its fleet of WiFi-enabled speakers. Sonos' products have always been praised for their design and functionality, but not necessarily their sound quality o… Engadget RSS … Read the rest of this entry

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