Tomorrow a ban will block new downloads of TikTok and WeChat apps in the US, so what does that mean for users? We'll try to explain, and look back at this week's other major news stories.
The $400 PS5 is almost here, but first we're reviewing NVIDIA's RTX 3080. Also, iOS 14 has launched and Google Fiber is testing 2 Gbps service.
Apple is ready to launch iOS 14, plus new Watches, tablets and subscriptions. Also, there's a new trailer for 'The Mandalorian' season two.
Engadget's daily tech news bulletin includes streaming services' regulating in India, the end of the Amazon delivery 'phone tree' hack and more!
To follow up 'Tetris 99' Nintendo is turning another classic game into a battle royale, and this time it's Mario. Also, Tony Hawk Pro Skater is back and better than ever, while Amazon's new security cameras can run for four years on one set of batteries.
Lucid Motors shared video of a Lucid Air sedan burning up the quarter-mile in 9.9 seconds. Despite some setbacks moving from 10nm to 7nm, Intel still promises that its SuperFin FinFET transistor process contributes the biggest speed improvement within a generation. The benefit of that boost will be seen in its upcoming 11th gen CPUs, which can deliver a 20 percent CPU speed improvement over last year’s 10th generation, with graphics performance that’s twice as fast.
NVIDIA has a new family of graphics cards that put its previous products to shame. The $1,499 RTX 3090 has us drooling, but even the RTX 3070 is faster than a 2080Ti for just $499.
Netflix is giving away a few shows and movies for you to watch, Lenovo's new smart clock brings just the essentials and we have more Apple rumors ahead of its fall iPhone event.
LG's PuriCare Wearable Air Purifier is much more than a mask, and it turns out that nearly half of the Scots-language version of Wikipedia was edited by someone who doesn't know how to speak or write in Scots.
This morning we're looking at a new COVID-19 test & app combo, as well as Sony's direct pre-order process for the PlayStation 5 -- good luck.
This morning we're looking at a smart lock that looks like just like a regular lock, but hides a sensor that you can unlock just by touching it. Also, Elon Musk is promising to show off a "working" Neuralink brain-machine interface this week.
This morning's newsletter breaks down the latest news in Apple vs. Epic, Roomba's 'genius' update, a 4K Nintendo Switch rumor and the VR game that simulates flying in coach for some reason.
This morning we're digging into Apple vs. Epic, Wordpress and everyone else, the new 'Crysis Remastered' trailer and looking at some transparent OLEDs.