Monthly Archives: March 2019

‘Overwatch’ endorsements reduced toxic behavior by 40 percent

Blizzard has been waging a war against toxic players for a while, but how is it faring, exactly? Quite well, it seems. The company's Natasha Miller has revealed that the number of matches with "negative behavior" has dropped 40 percent … Read the rest of this entry

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GM will build a new Chevrolet EV at its Orion plant

GM has confirmed plans to build another electric vehicle at the same Orion Township, MI factory where it currently manufactures the Bolt, as well as test autonomous vehicles for Cruise. We don't have a name or potential release date for … Read the rest of this entry

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‘Neon Genesis Evangelion’ comes to Netflix June 21st

Netflix's flood of content includes a significant anime push — Ghost in the Shell, Ultraman — and as part of that it's going to be the first streamer with Neon Genesis Evangelion on tap, worldwide. The classic series will go … Read the rest of this entry

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Oslo is working on wireless charging for its electric taxis

As Norway's capital city prepares to ensure all taxis are zero emission by 2023, Oslo is setting up a wireless charging system for cabs. It aims to have the first such fast-charging taxi system in the world, though it's not … Read the rest of this entry

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DHS issues warning about Medtronic implantable defibrillator flaws

The Department of Homeland Security and Medtronic are advising people with the latter's implantable defibrillators to keep their monitors and programmers updated and in sight. A warning issued by the department says over 20 Medtronic products are aff… Engadget RSS … Read the rest of this entry

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Tesla’s ‘sustainable’ referral program limits free Supercharging

When Tesla axed its original referral program because it was getting too expensive to keep up, Elon Musk said the company isn't replacing it with a new one. The automaker must have realized that having a reasonable one in place … Read the rest of this entry

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‘Hamsterdam’ is the rhythmic rodent brawler we’ve been waiting for

Big fun sometimes comes in small packages. Hamsterdam from Muse Games is one such example. Engadget RSS Feed

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Mindy Kaling’s awkward teen comedy is coming to Netflix

Mindy Kaling is bringing "relatable, awkward teen moments" to Netflix. She announced on Twitter that she and screenwriter Lang Fisher are working on a 10-episode comedy. Loosely based on Kaling's own childhood, it will portray the modern-day life of… Engadget … Read the rest of this entry

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Kaia’s motion-tracking workout app remembers which rep you’re on

Kaia Health caught our attention last year with an app that tracks your motion using your phone's camera in a bid to help you achieve perfect squat form, though we found it didn't quite hit the mark. Still, Kaia is … Read the rest of this entry

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Crowdfunded Nanoloop synth doesn’t need a Game Boy to make beats

Nanoloop has been a cornerstone of chiptune music for years, but using one has meant either owning a Game Boy or making do with a mobile app. You won't have to make those compromises for much longer. Developer Oliver Wittchow … Read the rest of this entry

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