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(Fast forward to 5:30 minutes to the show start) The Engadget Podcast Live team was exposed to all of CES: cars, tvs, computers, gadgets, robotics and more. What were winners and what were losers?
Looking to elevate your home audio for more impressive and immersive surround sound than traditional sound bars but want to avoid the clutter and cables of a traditional home theater? Try Sony’s new HT-A9.
At the recent Amazon event, Ring showed off its flying drone cam again, complete with preorder info and pricing. It also unveiled a new security system and a few cool features.
Futurist Gerd Leonhard talks about the challenges and opportunities that are defining the next decade, with a focus on DDR: Digitization (big tech), Decarbonization (big green) and Reformation.
Microsoft wrapped up its latest Surface event, where the company announced the Surface Pro 8, Surface Duo 2, Surface Laptop Studio, and more. Here’s everything from the event in 8 minutes.
The creation of tiny microchips that can fly and sample the environment. The latest Microsoft Surface hardware announced this week. • Square's payment services goes down at peak time. • And, more.
Sony has outlined what's coming in the second major PS5 system software update including new features for PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, PS App, and the PS Remote Play app. PS 5 will receive new control center customization
Tim Cook describes the new iPhone 13 Pro as "the most pro iPhone ever!" And with a bigger battery, new cameras and a high refresh rate display (the first ever on an iPhone), he might be right. Or not?
On This Week in Tech, Leo Laporte, Brianna Wu, Lisa Eadiccico, and Karl Bode discuss the final ruling in the Epic v. Apple case that will require Apple to offer alternative forms of in-app purchase payment options. Who won???
At last week’s event, Apple introduced their new products including the iPhone 13, new iPads and the Apple Watch Series 7. Get the details in just one minute.
Apple's California Streaming event and hardware announcements. • The Google Tensor chip and what Pixel 6 owners can expect. • The FTC has new rules for health apps and data sharing. • Laser news.
Amazon's cashierless technology is coming to Whole Foods. Learn about two upcoming Whole Foods locations that are set to get Amazon's cashierless "Just Walk Out" tech.
Facebook and Ray-Ban’s first pair of smart glasses cost $299 and feature two cameras for taking photos and videos. They can also play audio from your phone over Bluetooth.
On Security Now, Steve Gibson talks with Leo Laporte about ProtonMail's changing commitment to making sure that IP logs are not linked to anonymous email accounts on the service.
The big brother of 2020's hit Chromebook Duet is just $429, with the first OLED detachable panel in a tablet-style 2-in-1. Check it out!
Apple's upcoming iPhone event. Facebook's new sunglasses, Ray-Ban Stories. Apple's bug bounty program. Germany's plans to require seven years of updates for smartphones.
It’s a high-tech water gun that automatically fills itself, no pumping required. The SpyraTwo claims to be the “world’s strongest water gun” that has semi-automatic water blasts. But, it’s pricey.