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Nicole Lee / Engadget:
Eero update adds Alexa integration to devices; new “TrueMesh” technology adds dynamic rerouting, reduces connections issues, and improves LAN speeds up to 40%   —  Earlier this year, Eero launched a home WiFi solution that it claimed would solve all our wireless woes.
Nov 21, 2016, 5:00 AMIn context
Nathan Ingraham / Engadget:
Chromecast Ultra review: limited 4k content selection and seemingly marginal quality improvement make the $35 Chromecast better for most uses   —  Google's first Chromecast was a cheap and ugly little stick that nonetheless served a very important purpose.  At $35, it was about the cheapest …
Nov 21, 2016, 12:20 AMIn context
Steve Dent / Engadget:
Qualcomm launches its first 10-nanometer CPU, Snapdragon 835, with Quick Charge 4, which is said to add five hours of battery life with a five minute charge   —  Qualcomm has unveiled its next-gen Snapdragon 835 flagship CPU and confirmed rumors that it will be built by Samsung using its 10-nanometer FinFET process.
Nov 17, 2016, 7:55 AMIn context
Steve Dent / Engadget:
HP announces Z2 Mini, a workstation-class Intel Xeon-powered mini PC, to ship in December starting at $699   —  HP has unveiled the Z2 Mini, a mini PC that packs workstation-class parts, including an Intel Xeon CPU, NVIDIA Quadro mobile M620 graphics and M.2 SSD tech.
Nov 16, 2016, 12:20 AMIn context
Nathan Ingraham / Engadget:
Google debuts PhotoScan app for iOS and Android, which makes it easy to digitize old print photos; Google Photos updated with more advanced image editing tools   —  On the surface, Google Photos has a simple mission: to store all your pictures.  Specifically, Google says it wants the service …
Nov 15, 2016, 1:25 PMIn context
Sean Buckley / Engadget:
NES Classic Edition review: great selection of games and excellent NES emulation, but no way to buy new games, and 2.5 foot controller cable is too short   —  “I don't want to sit on the floor while I play video games,” my buddy Josh told me.  “I'm not 7 anymore.”
Nov 11, 2016, 9:10 PMIn context
Dana Wollman / Engadget:
Surface Book i7 review: fast performance, great battery life, gorgeous screen, comfortable keyboard, but heavier than last year's model and expensive   —  Last year, when Microsoft introduced its first-ever laptop, the Surface Book, the company proclaimed that this was the “ultimate laptop.”
Nov 10, 2016, 9:50 AMIn context
Devindra Hardawar / Engadget:
Sony PS4 Pro review: most powerful home console yet, but needs 4K/HDR TV and upgraded games for best results; not a must-have for PS4 and 1080p TV owners   —  The PlayStation 4 Pro is a new breed of console.  It's not going to replace the original system.  Instead, it's meant to tide …
Nov 7, 2016, 8:10 PMIn context
Nathan Ingraham / Engadget:
Gmail for iOS updated with undo send, instant search, faster navigation, and swipe to archive or delete, is now on par with the Android version   —  Google wants its services to be on as many devices as possible — to meet that goal, the company has been putting out excellent versions of its apps on the iPhone for years now.
Nov 7, 2016, 10:45 AMIn context
Timothy J. Seppala / Engadget:
Researchers demo weakness in ZigBee wireless protocol and Philips Hue, replacing lightbulb firmware from 350 meters away with worm that spreads across devices   —  Surprise!  The Internet of Things is a security nightmare.  Anyone who was online a few weeks ago can attest to that.
Nov 7, 2016, 7:20 AMIn context

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