• Charter will expand broadband network so it can stay in New York

    Charter Communications has agreed to a settlement with the New York's Department of Public Service that will allow the internet service provider to continue operating within the state. As a part of the agreement, Charter will have to kick back $12 mi...

  • Google Walkout leaders accuse company of retaliation culture

    Two of the seven Google employees who organized a massive walkout last November say they've since faced retaliation. After leading the protest, which sought to change Google's handling of sexual misconduct, Meredith Whittaker says she was told her ro...

  • Spike Lee's time-travel drama 'See You Yesterday' comes to Netflix in May

    Netflix just released the first trailer for See You Yesterday, a sci-fi drama backed by producer Spike Lee that is set to drop on the streaming service on May 17th. The film follows high school science prodigies C.J. and Sebastian, who have invented...

  • Apple could make the iPhone's NFC more useful at WWDC

    Apple has a lot in the cards for WWDC, and that might include improvements for... well, cards. The 9to5Mac team and Steve Troughton-Smith claim to have details of developer-friendly updates that will be unveiled in early June, and NFC support would b...

  • Russian hackers are hijacking computers at US embassies

    Russian hackers have apparently launched cyberattacks against American embassies, although it might not be the kind of campaign you're expecting. Check Point Research reports that the attackers have attempted to compromise PCs at embassies in countr...

  • Samsung officially delays Galaxy Fold launch

    Those rumors of Samsung delaying the Galaxy Fold have quickly proven true. Samsung has issued a statement to Engadget saying it would "delay the release" of the Fold after reviewers' broken units showed how the device needed "further improvemen...

  • Meal kits might be better for the planet than a trip to the store

    It turns out the meal kits you can have delivered to your door by services like Blue Apron, HelloFresh and even Walmart might be more than convenient. They could be better for the environment, too. It's a bit counter intuitive given all the packaging...

  • 'Avengers: Endgame' event is coming to 'Fortnite' this week

    Epic Games is again linking up with the Marvel Cinematic Universe as the developer has teased a Fortnite and Avengers: Endgame crossover. We don't know many details yet, other than a start date of April 25th, the same day the movie hits theaters, and...

  • GB Studio lets anyone create a Game Boy game

    Yesterday marked the 30th anniversary of the Game Boy's release in Japan. If you're like our editors, that brings back all kinds of nostalgic memories. We've certainly come a long way since then -- so far, in fact, that you can now create your own Ga...

  • Samsung is reportedly delaying the Galaxy Fold due to display issues (updated)

    If you were jittery about reports of broken Galaxy Fold review units, you might not be the only one. Wall Street Journal sources claim Samsung has delayed the release of the folding smartphone until "at least" May after reviewers mentioned display is...

  • Pepsi is making a SodaStream-like sparkling water station

    Now that Pepsi owns SodaStream, it's trying its hand at a make-your-own-drink station -- though it's not for the company's usual sugar-laden fare. The company has unveiled a water dispenser system that lets you create your own zero-calorie beverage....

  • Galaxy Fold review: A lot of money for a prototype

    Click. Smack. Click. Smack. Click. Smack. I feel bad for the people in my life because everywhere I've been for the past week, the sounds of opening and closing Samsung's Galaxy Fold have followed. Even if you're not prone to fidgeting, th...

  • Tesla accuses investor of harassing and stalking its workers

    Tesla and Elon Musk haven't been fans of people short-selling company stock (earlier talk of going private was partly a response to that), but they apparently have extra reason to be worried about one short seller in particular. The EV maker has obta...

  • Google cuts Pixel 3 prices in half for Project Fi birthday

    It's the fourth anniversary of Project Fi, and to celebrate, Google is offering half off of Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL phones for today only. There is one catch: The offer is only available to new and existing Google Fi customers, and applies once you co...

  • Zillow's 3D home tours are available across North America

    You might have an easier time getting a feel for a home the next time you're looking for a new place to live. Zillow has finally made its 3D home tours available across the US and Canada, letting real estate agents spice up their listings through an...

  • Bowers & Wilkins unveils wireless Formation speaker family

    Bowers & Wilkins, best known for its luxurious Nautilus and 800 Series Diamond speakers, is launching a wireless audio system called Formation. The company is starting with a soundbar, two bookshelf-style speakers, a cheaper single speaker, a sta...

  • The Morning After: The Nintendo Game Boy hits 30

    Hey, good morning! Yesterday, Nintendo's Game Boy turned 30 years old. Meanwhile, plenty of Fortnite cheats have been caught out during the run-up to its World Cup final. And hopefully, you enjoyed 4/20. Unless you're in the UK where it was obviousl...

  • China's new gaming rules prohibit blood and gambling

    The good news for gaming companies is that China has started approving titles again. The bad news is that it has unveiled new rules that will see certain categories banned and the number of games capped. Three types of popular games will no longer be...

  • UK offers government info through Alexa and Google Assistant

    You now have access to a treasure trove of government info through your smart speaker if you live in the UK. The British government has made over 12,000 pieces of Gov.uk information available through Alexa and Google Assistant, saving you the troubl...

  • Samsung has postponed Galaxy Fold launch events in China

    The $2,000 Galaxy Fold is already off to a bumpy start no thanks to some broken review units (ours is fine, by the way), and though the April 26th launch in the US remains unaffected, folks on the other side of the world aren't as lucky. Over the wee...

  • Particle learning system could help robots make sushi

    There have been many attempts at teaching robots how to grab delicate objects, but they tend to rely on rough approximations that quickly fall apart in real life. MIT researchers may have a better solution: teach robots to predict how even the squis...

  • 'Fortnite' rune event asks for help from every player

    Epic is increasingly turning Fortnite's big events into participatory affairs. A floating rune has been traveling across the game map, but it only moves closer to its objective whenever it takes a collective 100 million damage from Fortnite servers w...

  • Google Lens may add translation and restaurant 'filters'

    As clever as Google Lens can be, it's still quite limited in what it can do before it points you to another app. You might not have to lean on those other apps quite so often n the near future. In the wake of an initial discovery earlier in April,...

  • France launches government chat app after fixing last-minute flaw

    France made good on its promise to launch a secure government-only chat app -- although it almost didn't turn out that way. The country has introduced a beta version of Tchap, a messaging app that helps officials communicate with each other through A...

  • Picking the best security camera for your needs

    By Rachel Cericola 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 blog on picking the best securi...