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Stealth Radar Shield™

The Stealth Radar Shield is a unique device developed using advanced radar-absorbing and stealth...

Samsung UN40J5200AF 40" LED TV

Samsung UN40J5200AF - 40" Class LED TV - Smart TV - 1080p (Full HD)

Sony MDR-ZX110NC - headphones

Sony MDR-ZX110NC - ZX Series - headphones - full size - active noise canceling - 3.5 mm jack

Samsung UN60J6200AF J6200 Series - 60" LED TV

Samsung UN60J6200AF - 60" Class - J6200 Series LED TV - Smart TV - 1080p (Full HD)

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Intel and Qualcomm are steadily gearing up for 5G

We're still years away from a finalized 5G standard, and it'll be even longer before we get compatible devices in our hands, but we're seeing plenty of companies readying themselves for speedier networks. In particular, Qualcomm and Intel are hopin...

Engadget giveaway: Win a Portal WiFi router!

Not only do many of us tax the limits of our bandwidth and routers, but if you're in a crowded environment and scan networks, you'll often see a long list of neighboring ones all up in your space -- Bill Wi the Science Fi anyone? Portal has come up...

Newly discovered star remnants are the brightest ever seen

The European Space Agency's XMM-Newton X-ray observatory discovered a pulsar that's a thousand times brighter than researchers had previously thought possible. Officially dubbed NGC 5907 X-1, the pulsar is 10 times brighter than the previous record...

Hacks all the time. Engineers recently found Yahoo systems remained compromised

Company knocks $350 million off its purchase price.

EE looks to drones and big balloons to tackle 4G 'notspots'

One of EE's biggest challenges is connecting rural customers. The UK network's 4G coverage is slowly improving, but there are still countless subscribers stuck in so-called "notspots." To help, EE is working on drones, balloons and trucks that can ...

The Etch A Sketch gets an LCD makeover but retains its magic

We've all labored over an Etch A Sketch at some point in our lives, painstakingly turning the two knobs to create a single-line black drawing on the gray screen. It's a classic toy that hasn't changed much over its sixty years of existence, because...

Pluto scientists are mad as hell and they’re not going to take it anymore

The tally of "planets" under the proposed definition would be 110—and rising.

Tiny 'engine' turns natural gas into hydrogen

Here's the dilemma with hydrogen: fueling your car with the stuff is faster than charging an EV, but making and distributing it is inefficient and polluting. A team from the Georgia Institute of Technology has created a four-stroke "engine" that co...

BuildDirect opens its freight-shipping platform

 BuildDirect has developed a name for itself as an online store for home improvement products. One issue with selling these products online is that you also must build a logistics backend that allows you to ship heavy items to the customer. Bu...

Bulletin offers a flexible approach to shared retail space

 In the startup world, opening a real-world, physical store can seem a bit quaint. Who wants to deal with the sky-high rents charged in prime, urban locations, not to mention getting locked into a long-term lease? Well, a Y Combinator-backed c...

BMW and Mobileye to crowdsource real-time data for self-driving from 2018

 BMW and Mobileye are working together, with the automaker employing Mobileye’s Road Experience Management (REM) software in its vehicles from 2018 onward. The tech, which Mobileye also recently announced would be coming to future Volkswagen c...

Citrix CEO Kirill Tatarinov talks about punch cards and the 3D future

 Kirill Tatarinov has seen computing from bottom to top. As a student in the USSR he wrote programs on punch cards to manage the cutting edge hardware clones that Russia was churning out and now, as CEO of Citrix, he’s working on the next gene...

Artificial synapse could be key to brain-like computing

If you're going to craft brain-like computers, it stands to reason that you'd want to replicate brain-like behavior right down to the smallest elements, doesn't it? Sure enough, researchers have managed just that. They've developed an artificial sy...

Samsung’s latest C-Lab projects embrace augmented and virtual reality

 Samsung created C-Lab (that’s Creative Lab) half a decade ago as an attempt to incubate employee creativity within the larger confines of its corporate culture. Among the decided benefits of its place as a giant among consumer electronics com...

Horizon Zero Dawn is a near-perfect action RPG on the PlayStation 4

 Horizon Zero Dawn appeared unique from the start – a PlayStation 4 exclusive, a novel setting, with an all-new franchise, combining survival game elements with cover shooter mechanics and real-time strategy play, all while you hunt mechanized...

University offers course to help sniff out and refute 'bullshit'

Not only is fake news everywhere, but its purveyors call genuine news fake, making it doubly hard for the average person to know what's real and what's Inception. For example, President Donald Trump recently made up a terrorist attack in Sweden, an...

Blizzard ends support for Windows XP and Vista

Yes, Blizzard was still supporting XP and Vista for the likes of WoW and StarCraft 2.

Apple accuses EU of a litany of “breaches” in defense of Irish tax deal

Tech giant claims the EC isn't playing fair over its demands to pay Ireland $13.7 billion.