Monthly Archives: March 2018

‘PUBG’ will start testing its tiny ‘Savage’ map next week

PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds continues to ramp up the changes as it fights back against Fortnite for the battle royal crown. One part of the plan that we'd already heard about is a smaller map option called Codename: Savage measuring at 4×4 … Read the rest of this entry

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Tesla: Autopilot was engaged in fatal Model X crash

After a fiery crash in Mountain View, CA last week killed the driver of a Tesla Model X, the company provided an update on the incident with a blog post. It did not name the driver, identified by ABC 7 … Read the rest of this entry

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ASUS NovaGo review: ‘Always online’ comes with limitations

As the first Snapdragon-powered PC available, the ASUS NovaGo has a lot riding on it. When Qualcomm and Microsoft teamed up to make connected PCs, they promised devices that would remain always on, always online and provide access to the … Read the rest of this entry

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The Morning After: SpaceX satellite internet and ‘No Man’s Sky’ on Xbox

Hey, good morning! You look fabulous. It's Friday, and we're celebrating the FCC's approval of SpaceX's satellite internet plan. Also, we've got all the new Apple updates and a new Westworld trailer from HBO. Engadget RSS Feed

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Tesla recall covers 123,000 pre-April 2016 Model S EVs

While Tesla's current-day Model 3 production tries to keep up with demand, the company is dealing with an issue affecting earlier cars. Today it announced a recall affecting every Model S built before April 2016. That adds up to about … Read the rest of this entry

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US visa applications may soon require five years of social media info

The State Department wants to require all US visa applicants, both immigrant and non, disclose their social media handles to the US government, CNN reports. In documents that the department will file to the Federal Register tomorrow, it proposes that… … Read the rest of this entry

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Jaguar’s all-electric I-Pace is quick, agile and stylish

Jaguar introduced its low-slung pure electric crossover way back in 2016 at the Los Angeles Auto Show. Since then, it keeps popping up at car events while the automaker slowly doles out information on it. While we wait for the … Read the rest of this entry

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Uber settles with family of pedestrian hit by its self-driving SUV

Tempe Police are still investigating the fatal crash where an Uber autonomous SUV struck and killed a pedestrian and there are many questions about the safety of its procedures and technology. However, one aspect of the case has been resolved, … Read the rest of this entry

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‘Far Cry 5′ review: Destruction and doomsday in America

By Daniel Howley The Far Cry series is known for dropping players into huge, open-world settings and letting them sew chaos and destruction as they take on each title's menacing villain. But those settings and enemies have always been based … Read the rest of this entry

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Massachusetts halts five ICOs for defying financial rules

It's not just the feds concerned about sketchy cryptocurrency fundraising. Massachusetts Secretary of the Commonwealth William Galvin has ordered a halt to the sale of five initial coin offerings (18 Moons, Across Platforms, Mattervest, Pink Ribbon… Engadget RSS Feed

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