Monthly Archives: February 2020

Moment stops work on its Android camera app due to complexity

You may have to be pickier about your choice of phone if you're a mobile photography enthusiast. Moment has stopped working on its Pro Camera app for Android due to a lack of "engineering bandwidth" (read: enough available staff) to … Read the rest of this entry

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The Morning After: The Galaxy S20 Ultra comes up short

Hey, good morning! You look fabulous. 5G is here, and to be honest — I don't get it. I lived through the 4G wars with LTE vs. WiMax, and before that, it was the bad old days of HSPA+, EV-DO … Read the rest of this entry

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NASA’s Psyche asteroid mission will use a SpaceX Falcon Heavy rocket

SpaceX has won the contract for NASA's Psyche mission, and it's using the Falcon Heavy rocket to launch the spacecraft and ferry it to its target asteroid. NASA first approved plans to visit Psyche back in 2017 before finalizing them … Read the rest of this entry

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Apple blocks Clearview AI’s iPhone app

Won't someone just let Clearview AI invade our privacy in peace? After having its full client list stolen and leaked on the internet, the controversial facial recognition startup is now in hot water with Apple. The iPhone maker has blocked … Read the rest of this entry

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How to buy a mirrorless camera lens in 2020

If you've decided to take the plunge and buy a new mirrorless camera, possibly ditching your DSLR, you now have another decision: What lenses do you need? That decision could have a large impact on how your photos or videos … Read the rest of this entry

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Citroën’s new EV is a tiny two-seater that only costs $22 a month

Citroën has launched a new electric vehicle that's a tiny car and an enclosed scooter at the same time. It's called the "Ami," a two-seater vehicle made for city transportation that's so small, it doesn't even require a license. That … Read the rest of this entry

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Facebook sues analytics firm that stole user data through third-party apps

Facebook has filed a federal lawsuit against a company called OneAudience, accusing it of stealing the personal information of its users. According to Facebook's announcement, OneAudience paid third-party developers to install a malicious software de… Engadget RSS Feed

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IKEA’s new vegetarian meatballs will taste more like meat

A trip to IKEA isn't complete without a plate of Swedish meatballs. While the company offers a vegetarian version of its iconic meal, the veggie meatballs don't taste much like meat. Joining the trend set by fast food chains like … Read the rest of this entry

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FCC begins collecting data to help carriers replace Huawei and ZTE hardware

In late 2019, the FCC officially banned companies receiving Universal Service Fund subsidies to use that money to buy equipment from companies deemed a "national security threat." In other words, companies like Huawei and ZTE. The agency proposed a r… … Read the rest of this entry

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Classic ‘Oprah Winfrey Show’ episodes return in podcast form

Podcasts have become so huge in recent years that more than half of Americans have listened to at least one, according to a report published in 2019. That's probably why Oprah is making her iconic talk show more available to … Read the rest of this entry

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