Monthly Archives: May 2019

Pushing a 28-core CPU to its limits: 6GHz and beyond

I'm mesmerized by the way liquid-nitrogen vapor flows across the motherboard. There's something oddly therapeutic about extreme overclocking, especially when the cold air gently touches my skin, making even the tiniest bumps in clock speed the… Engadget RSS Feed

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Cadillac reveals performance sedans with hands-free SuperCruise

Over 15 years ago Cadillac unveiled the V-Series. A luxury Caddy with an engine and handling meant to compete with BMW's M-Series and Mercedes' AMG lineup. Now the automaker is expanding the performance brand beyond the CT6, CTS and ATS … Read the rest of this entry

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You can pry my keyboard from my cold, dead hands

If this week's Computex is anything to go by, the laptop industry is sharpening its ax in order to kill the keyboard. It won't happen overnight, but in the pursuit of thinner and lighter bodies, the mechanical, physical input will … Read the rest of this entry

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Google Maps speed limits and radar locations arrive in 40 countries

After running limited tests in the US and elsewhere, Google Maps is rolling out speed limit warnings and both fixed and mobile radar locations in over 40 countries, Google has confirmed to TechCrunch. The features are borrowed from Google-owned Waze… … Read the rest of this entry

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Alphabet’s balloons broadcast LTE two days after Peruvian quake

When a magnitude 8.0 earthquake hit Peru Sunday, the Alphabet spinoff Loon was quick to respond. Within 48 hours, Loon delivered its internet-relaying balloons and began providing LTE coverage to users below. While more balloons are on the way, Loon… … Read the rest of this entry

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Mophie adds USB-C ports to refreshed Powerstation batteries

Mophie, the makers of a popular line of external batteries, announced today an update to its Powerstation family of portable chargers. The refreshed versions of the Powerstation line come in four different capacities, a variety of colors and now incl… … Read the rest of this entry

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AZIO’s gorgeous Iris keyboard is inspired by vintage cameras

AZIO is a company that makes keyboards that look as good as they feel when you type on them, and at Computex it was showing off the prototype for its next device. The AZIO Iris draws inspiration from the design … Read the rest of this entry

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Galaxy Fold delay will reportedly extend through June

It has been more than a month since Samsung announced a delay in launching its Galaxy Fold, and we still don't have a new release date. A few weeks ago, exec DJ Koh said "we will not be too late" … Read the rest of this entry

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‘Pokémon Sleep’ will do for naps what ‘Pokémon Go’ did for walking

So how will the Pokémon Company and Niantic follow up Pokémon Go? At a press conference today they revealed Pokémon Sleep, a new mobile game that tracks your time sleeping to unlock new characters. It's being made by Pokém… Engadget … Read the rest of this entry

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Facebook takes down more fake accounts from Iran

Today, Facebook removed 51 accounts, 36 Pages, seven groups and three Instagram accounts that were involved in "coordinated inauthentic behavior" based in Iran. According to the company, the individuals responsible pretended to be located in the US a… Engadget RSS … Read the rest of this entry

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