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  2. Dave

    Farewell to The Hotfix

    Funny thinking back to how busy this place once was, good times, end of an era Goodbye to anyone who still visits, have a good'n Super
  3. Toy lightsabers are a lot of fun: Kids love to strike poses, swing them through the air and jab the weapons at their friends as they pretend to be Luke Skywalker, Rey or even Darth Vader and Kylo Ren. But what they can't do with a standard lightsaber... View the full article
  4. Hasbro is about to give you many, many ways to flaunt your Overwatch fandom beyond the occasional Nerf gun. It's launching a series of toys and games themed around the character-driven shooter, including Monopoly Overwatch Collector's Edition. The $5... View the full article
  5. By Sarah Witman This post was done in partnership with Wirecutter. When readers choose to buy Wirecutter's independently chosen editorial picks, Wirecutter and Engadget may earn affiliate commission. Read the full portable power stations guide here.... View the full article
  6. While most of us are still recovering from the frenzied orgy of capitalist affection that is Valentine's Day, companies from all over the industry continue to fly forth like arrows fired from Cupid's bow. Google announced it will be spreading some of... View the full article
  7. Nanomaterials might just prove the key to the next wave of planetary rovers. NASA has poured $2 million into a Goddard Space Flight Center team developing 3D-printed sensors whose nanomaterials make them tiny, ultra-sensitive and resistant to radiat... View the full article
  8. Tim Cook and the Senators pushing for US version of the EU's General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) rules have found an ally in the Government Accountability Office. In a report publishing its findings for a study commissioned by the House Energy... View the full article
  9. Even with some flaws, it's almost certainly the best WearOS smartwatch you can buy. View the full article
  10. It's not a novel idea to make criminals wear GPS bracelets, but they could soon be relatively commonplace in the UK. The country's government plans to use them for around-the-clock monitoring of criminals across England and Wales by the summer, with... View the full article
  11. Multiple companies have ideas as to how they'll develop folding smartphones. TCL, however, isn't content to settle on one -- it's seemingly tackling them all. CNET has obtained images and patent filings that show TCL exploring five foldable designs... View the full article
  12. Razer is learning a hard lesson about the challenges of launching a game store. The hardware giant is closing the Razer Game Store on February 28th at 4AM Eastern as part of "realignment plans." It'll still honor pre-orders and notes that games wil... View the full article
  13. Augmented reality experiences are still in their relative infancy, but because Android runs on so many devices, it can't always assume they'll have dedicated hardware to create extra effects. While Apple is already pushing ahead with AR and packed an... View the full article
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  15. Product designer Chris Messina snagged @chris as his Instagram name. It’s been awesome—and terrible. Plus: Amazon splits with NYC, on the Gadget Lab podcast. View the full article
  16. CISOs under increasing pressure, study shows View the full article
  17. IT Priorities 2019: IT decision-makers plan for APIs View the full article
  18. Can work allocation algorithms play fair? View the full article
  19. CaixaBank customers can use their faces to withdraw money at ATMs View the full article
  20. (ISC)² invests in professional development of security workforce View the full article
  21. Making the move to cloud work for you View the full article
  22. Sennheiser's high-end earbuds are completely wire-free, but they aren't completely hassle-free. View the full article
  23. CW ANZ: Home in on storage minutiae View the full article
  24. CW ASEAN: Target storage problems View the full article
  25. Rollerblades, climbing shoes, and more—here’s our favorite gear for warding off the winter blues. View the full article
  26. Satellite broadband secures Cornish observatory a brighter future View the full article
  27. CIO interview: Neil Holden, IT director, Halfords Group View the full article
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