Google is policing itself on privacy because it knows it has to

Most people have known for years that technology giants like Facebook and Google make a ton of money by knowing exactly what people do online and selling that knowledge to advertisers. The advertisers, in turn, get better and better at serving people...

How to choose the best TV for gaming

Over the last few weeks, I've been testing several of the newest TVs that promise HDMI 2.1 support in combination with NVIDIA's 30 Series graphics cards, the Xbox Series X and the PlayStation 5. It's time to try things out because this ge...

Our favorite shows, audiobooks and music to fall asleep to

If you’re anything like me, the past year has wreaked havoc on your sleep schedule. Some of it is good — if you no longer have to commute, you’ve probably snuck in an extra hour or two of sleep in the morning, or might even sneak away for a midday na...

Hitting the Books: The Brooksian revolution that led to rational robots

We are living through an AI renaissance thought wholly unimaginable just a few decades ago — automobiles are becoming increasingly autonomous, machine learning systems can craft prose nearly as well as human poets, and almost every smartphone on the...

Take a look back at Engadget’s favorite Nintendo 3DS games

Today is the 10th anniversary of the 3DS’s release in the Japan and, while the Switch has certainly captured our hearts these past four years, Nintendo’s 3D handheld still left quite an impression over the past decade. The system might have ceased pr...