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This is your last chance to buy ‘Alan Wake’

One of Alan Wake‘s best features was its licensed soundtrack, and now the tunes developer Remedy Entertainment carefully curated are causing a b ...
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Google vows to pull ads from extreme videos and sites

Google has detailed new safeguards to ensure brands don’t have their adverts served against extremist content. The measures follow a wave of com ...
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NASA’s origami robots can squeeze into places rovers can’t

Imagine a Martian rover that can send small robotic minions to crawl into crevices or climb steep slopes — everywhere a full-sized vehicle can&# ...
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Facebook comments may soon look more like Messenger chats

In order to keep people coming back, Facebook regularly debuts new features for small sets of users. Newsfeed posts, videos and Messenger have all reg ...
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Google’s search app now has shortcuts to its popular tools

The Google app is handy for finding all sorts of information you’re hunting for quickly on both Android and iOS devices. Today, the company is a ...
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Hyperloop company begins building its first passenger pod

Hyperloop Transportation Technologies has announced that construction will soon begin on its first passenger capsule. The pod is being built in partne ...
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Watch plant roots grow in extreme close-up 3D

You’ve probably never seen growing plants this way before. A team of researchers from the Institute of Science and Technology in Austria have fi ...
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Foursquare is getting better at selling your location data

Foursquare may have fallen off your radar, but it’s far from dead — rather, it has morphed into a business analytics juggernaut, selling i ...
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There’s now a GameBoy emulator for the Apple Watch

The last place you’d probably want to play a video game is on an Apple Watch. The wearable has a tiny screen, almost no buttons and can only be ...
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ICYMI: CT scanning mummies and drones that land like birds

Today on In Case You Missed It: Researchers from The Field Museum are using CT scanners to look inside mummies from Peru and Egypt to see what lies be ...
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Apple announces red iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus

In the midst of launching a new video-editing app for the iPhone and iPad, Apple has also just snuck out a new special edition red iPhone 7, to barely ...
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The Morning After: Tuesday, March 21st 2017

Hey, good morning! You look fabulous. Welcome to the Morning After, and the start of Adult Week here at Engadget. (We mean it in the grown-up sense, n ...
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Apple’s new 9.7-inch iPad is its cheapest yet

Apple just simplified its tablet lineup in a big way. The company has introduced a new 9.7-inch iPad — not the Air 3, just… iPad. The new ...
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Meet the first fighters of Nintendo’s newest franchise, ‘Arms’

The Switch blew us away when it launched earlier this month, but our enthusiasm for the console’s possibilities has been tempered by its serious ...
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Apple’s Clips app makes crafting viral videos in iOS dead-simple

Crafting a short-form video masterpiece on an iPhone or iPad is possible, but Apple just made it a little easier. This morning, the company announced ...
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Alexa lets you order from Prime Now

“Alexa, order chips and dip from Prime Now” is a phrase that you can now say and legitimately expect chips (and dip) to turn up at your do ...
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iCloud led authorities to journalist’s Twitter attacker

The man who triggered Newsweek journalist Kurt Eichenwald’s epileptic seizure through Twitter used a prepaid phone with no identifying info. But ...
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Google Maps’ latest trick is remembering where you parked

Google Now kept track of parking locations before, but it wasn’t with any degree of accuracy. The latest version of the Android Google Maps app ...
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HERA telescope upgrades could reveal the earliest stars

When it first went online in February 2016, the Hydrogen Epoch of Reionization Array (HERA) radio telescope in South Africa boasted 19, 42-foot-diamet ...
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The next round of Xbox One tweaks include custom avatars

The next update for Xbox One Insiders doesn’t have any one huge feature defining it. Rather, the collection of them outlined on Xbox Wire add up ...
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ARM’s latest CPUs are ready for an AI-powered future

ARM processor technology already powers many of the devices you use every day, and now the company is showing off its plans for the future with DynamI ...
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YouTube pledges to ‘fix’ Restricted Mode’s LGBTQ+ censorship

After a post by Rowan Ellis, many people recently noticed that YouTube’s Restricted Mode filter consistently blocked videos containing LGBTQ+ re ...
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Walmart is opening its own tech incubator in Silicon Valley

Like Target and Amazon, Walmart is trying to figure out what the future of retail looks like. The company already bought up startups like Jet.com and ...
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Alphabet’s new VP will grapple with self-driving car regulation

For Alphabet’s Waymo, technology might not be the biggest challenge to putting self-driving cars on the road — it’s making sure ther ...
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AT&T gives new DirecTV Now subscribers a year of HBO

AT&T is determined to build early momentum for DirecTV Now, and it just found another way to sweeten the pot. The telecom has launched a promo tha ...
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What’s on TV: ‘Mass Effect: Andromeda’ ‘Humans’ and Dave Chappelle

Tonight, Mass Effect fans can fully dive into the series’ latest installment with Andromeda, and Netflix is premiering two Dave Chappelle stand- ...
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Federal appeals court upholds Nintendo’s win in 3DS patent battle

Just months after the Nintendo 3DS launched in 2011, it faced patent infringement allegations. Tomita Technologies was accusing Nintendo’s new h ...
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Disney shows how you catch a real ball in VR

It’s relatively easy to boost the immersiveness of virtual reality by giving you gloves or props. But how would you have someone catch a real ba ...
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Researchers develop a drone that swoops and lands like a bird

Watch out, birds. The drones are coming for your jobs. Researchers at BMT Defence Services (BMT) and the University of Bristol in Britain have built a ...
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Cruise through your Kindle comics with ComiXology’s Guided View

ComiXology’s Guided View is a great way to experience digital comics. Designed for mobile devices, it allows readers to view things on a panel-b ...
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Pottery Barn’s AR app will preview your future furniture

When you’re looking to purchase the perfect couch for your living room, you probably want to make sure that it looks good next to your end table ...