Monthly Archives: August 2017

B&O Play launches the E8, its first wireless earbuds

Bang & Olufsen never adopt a new technology until it can guarantee that the audio quality is up to its usual high standards. But the firm has moved fairly quickly, by its standards, to build its first pair of in-ear … Read the rest of this entry

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Tesla’s Hyperloop ‘pusher pod’ sets 220MPH speed record

After dropping the idea for the Hyperloop, leaving the development to others, then getting back into the game, Elon Musk is showing a lot more interest in it. He recently held a student competition at his SpaceX headquarters, helping one … Read the rest of this entry

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LG V30 hands-on: The phone the G6 should’ve been

Despite all its resources and technical know-how, LG has always felt like an also-ran in a race dominated by Apple and Samsung. The G4 is the subject of a class-action lawsuit. The modular G5 was an ambitious non-starter. Last year's … Read the rest of this entry

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Andy Rubin apologizes for Essential’s massive privacy mistake

The suspicious email some people who pre-ordered the Essential phone received wasn't a scam or a phishing attempt at all. Andy Rubin, the company's founder, has apologized and revealed that it was a legit email from an account that's gone … Read the rest of this entry

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Watch ASUS’ IFA 2017 event in under seven minutes

The first official day of IFA 2017 isn't until Friday, September 1st, but the pre-event festivities are already in full force. Like Acer and Samsung, ASUS had its big press conference today in Berlin, where it revealed a slew of … Read the rest of this entry

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B&O and LG made a TV you can move with a remote control

A partnership between Bang & Olufsen (B&O) and LG has long been in the offing, and now the fruits of its labor have been unveiled at IFA 2017, in the form of the BeoVision Eclipse. The AV lovechild blends B&O's … Read the rest of this entry

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Logitech’s latest no-lag wireless gear includes a mechanical keyboard

Logitech's ultra-low lag wireless peripherals are quickly expanding beyond mice. It's introducing two more peripherals that take advantage of its Lightspeed tech, including its first keyboard. The G613 (above) has the mechanical switches that many… Engadget RSS Feed

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Uber gives free insurance to drivers in India

Uber's reputations in India and the Philippines aren't stellar, to put it mildly, but the ridesharing company is making amends in both countries. To begin with, it's providing free insurance to its roughly 450,000 Indian drivers. As of September 1s… … Read the rest of this entry

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DJI pulls drone app plugins that swiped too much user data

DJI's efforts to improve drone security go well beyond offering bug bounties and requiring updates. The company has rolled out updates to its Go and Go 4 mobile apps in order to pull add-ons that collect too much of your … Read the rest of this entry

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Google accidentally broke the internet throughout Japan

Last week, nearly half of Japan briefly lost access to the internet because of an error made by Google. The mistake was noticed and corrected within just a few minutes, but its effects led to hours of slowed internet connections. … Read the rest of this entry

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