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  • 3D printed digital sundial is brilliant and insane
    People have been using the sun to tell the time since life began, but few ever expected that system to be worthy of an upgrade. Step forward a French engineer, going under the name of Mojoptix, who has created a digital sundial that expresses the tim...
  • UK trains to let contactless cards act as paper tickets
    In the future, Brits will be able to slide through a ticket barrier and board a train without using a credit card-sized piece of paper. As The Telegraph reports, talks are underway to introduce a new ticketing system that will rely on contactless car...
  • USPS' 2016 stamps celebrate Pluto's exploration
    The US Postal Service now has an answer to its 1991 "Not Yet Explored" Pluto stamp, the same one the New Horizons team affixed to their probe before it started its journey to the dwarf planet. These new stamps for 2016 feature an artist render of the...
  • Honda: we won't be able to sell gas-only engines in China by 2025
    We're fortunate that most auto companies are embracing an alternate energy future, with all manner of electric cars hitting the streets lately -- and that's not to mention hydrogen-powered vehicles like the Toyota Mirai and Honda's Clarity. The latte...
  • Microsoft will warn users targeted by government hackers (update)
    Microsoft promises to notify its users if it believes that the government's targeting their account. In its announcement post, the company says it already notifies subscribers if an unauthorized person's trying to access their Outlook email and OneDr...
  • Theranos blood test tech supposedly went unchecked for years
    The saga of startup lab Theranos continues to get increasingly complicated. The firm, known for its proprietary tests that only need a finger-prick's worth of blood for analysis, has recently faced accusations that its technology was faulty and inacc...
  • HTC and Valve's Vive VR system passes through the FCC
    Getting certified by the Federal Communications Commission for safe use is a rite of passage for every legal gizmo, and the joint virtual reality project from HTC and Valve, the Vive, recently passed by the regulatory agency. It's a requirement for a...
  • Mini bioreactor makes life-saving drugs in the field
    Paramedics and field medics can patch up some wounds on the spot, but they're usually stuck if they have to administer specialized drugs. What if you need medicine that health care workers don't have on hand? You might not have to rush back to the ho...
  • Uber completes one billion rides
    Despite the taxi industry's protests against its presence and all the legal issues it's had to face, Uber continues to thrive. In fact, it says it's given its billionth -- yes, that's billion with a "b" -- ride in London on Christmas Eve. Since the c...
  • Pirates apologize for leaking Quentin Tarantino's new movie
    Movie pirates aren't usually remorseful about their bootlegging, but one group appears bent on some contrition. The Hive-CM8 team has apologized to Quentin Tarantino for posting The Hateful Eight before it had even surfaced in theaters, claiming tha...
  • Facebook's free internet service shut down in Egypt
    Last week, regulators in India clamped down on Facebook's Free Basics in the country, and now Egypt is doing the same. The Associated Press reports that the program the social network launched with Etisalat Egypt two months ago was shut down today. I...
  • AT&T completes its first LTE calls with another carrier
    You can already get high-quality LTE phone calls on multiple US carriers, but they're not all that practical when they only work between customers from the same carrier. They're on the cusp of hitting the mainstream, though: AT&T has quietly rev...
  • Gracenote automatically tunes your car stereo for each song
    Gracenote has developed several ways to leverage its audio tech in the past few years, and the one unveiled today is all about making sure your music sounds its best while you're on the road. Dynamic EQ is built on its ability to identify the music b...
  • Microsoft released a new selfie app for iOS because YOLO
    Microsoft has done an excellent job of putting its apps and services where users are lately. Since Satya Nadella took over at CEO in early 2014, the company has released great (and free) Office apps for iOS and Android, leveraged its purchase of Acco...
  • Near-infrared dye helps doctors spot cancer
    Doctors regularly use dyes to highlight blood vessels that would normally be hard to see, but there's now the possibility that they'll use those chemicals to find cancer, too. Stanford researchers have developed a medical dye that emits light at a n...
  • T-Mobile says it doesn't 'throttle' YouTube, it 'downgrades'
    T-Mobile's Binge On service allows eligible customers to stream videos from select services -- Netflix, HBO Go, Hulu and others -- without eating into their data allowances. The catch? Binge On videos are streamed at 480p by default. YouTube isn't in...
  • House looks into claims the NSA spied on Congress
    You're not the only one concerned that the National Security Agency might be spying on Congress... Congress is, too. The House Intelligence Committee says it's investigating claims that the NSA monitored communications between members of Congress an...
  • Apple's in-store workshops offer art and photography tips
    If you're looking to get some photography tips for that shiny new iPhone you got for Christmas, Apple is offering just that. The company will host mobile photography and art workshops at its retail locations next month. For iPhone photographers, the...
  • Steam's Christmas privacy issues affected 34,000 users
    On Christmas day, up to 34,000 Steam members were able to view other users' private information, including billing and email addresses, following a glitch triggered by a denial-of-service attack, Valve announced today. On the day of the attack, Valve...
  • Twitter for Mac is finally updated
    Ahead of its own deadline of the end of 2015, Twitter has updated its OS X app. The Mac version of the social network has languished for years while mobile apps and the site have received multiple updates. The new and improved version of the app brin...
  • What to expect from CES in 2016
    In just a few days the Engadget team will be getting on a plane (well several different planes) and heading to Vegas. That's right, it's time for CES again -- the biggest consumer technology show of the year. Each January some of the largest (and som...
  • Potential Tesla competitor posts teaser video of concept car
    Ahead of its big reveal at CES next week, super-secret car company Faraday Future unveiled a short teaser video of a concept car driving around a track at either sunset or day break with dramatic music playing in the background. A glimpse of the logo...
  • Oculus Rift will ship with VR platformer 'Lucky's Tale'
    Evoking the days of when consoles shipped with actual games, Oculus just announced a second bundled title for its upcoming Rift VR headset: Lucky's Tale, a platformer from Words with Friends creator Paul Bettner. Earlier this month, the company also...
  • 6 gadgets that harvest energy from play
    By Cat DiStasioA lot of hard work goes into engineering the gadgets that surround us, but technology isn't all work and no play. In fact, there's a number of really smart, practical products out there that harvest energy from the power of movement. M...
  • AT&T to ditch most two-year phone contracts on January 8th
    AT&T's long affair with the two-year contract continues to wind down, Engadget has learned. According to an internal document sent to employees this morning, new and existing customers will only be able to get new phones by paying the full price...