It didn't take long for us to declare 2017 a pretty great year for games, with a spectacular roster that included Super Mario Odyssey, Wolfenstein: The New Colossus and Assassin's Creed Origins. In our roundup last December we also listed what we wer…
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By Courtney Schley This post was done in partnership with Wirecutter. When readers choose to buy Wirecutter's independently chosen editorial picks, Wirecutter and Engadget may earn affiliate commission. Read the full learning apps guide here. We sp…
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Plex is in an almost constant state of adding new features to the platform, making it one of the most robust and powerful media servers on the planet, especially with the right Android TV box. Next up on the feature list is a way to ease the pain in trying to find subtitles for […]
Come comment on this article: Plex is adding easy subtitle support for your favorite movies, but dropped some little used features
The Wyze camera, one of our favorite options for an incredibly cheap and effective option to keep an eye on your house, has picked up a new trick to better integrate with the rest of your smart home. The latest update makes the camera compatible with an Amazon Alexa skill, so you can use your […]
Come comment on this article: Our favorite cheap security Wyze cameras now support Amazon Alexa integration
Streaming services are great, but sometimes you don’t have a reliable connection or you just really want your videos offline. That can be hard to do without knowing what you’re doing, but that’s where PullTube comes in. Right now we’re offering a lifetime license for PullTube, a program that will effortlessly save your favorite videos […]
Come comment on this article: [TA Deals] Download your favorite videos with a discounted PullTube license!
There's a good chance you've seen a classic GIF and wondered just where it came from. But where do you start looking if the answer isn't obvious, and you don't want to comb through a dedicated website? If you use Twitter, you just have to ask. Fil…
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Last week we ran a poll about which music streaming services all of you are regularly using. I don’t think anyone will be too surprised about the winner, but I think there were some surprises in the results. Google Play Music was the clear favorite, snagging nearly 40% of all of the votes cast in […]
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We spent time on the show floor at the recent London Wearable Technology show, finding the most unusual, fun, different, and downright mad new gadgets on display. Here are our five favorites from the show.
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A $ 100 bill can get you further than you might think, that is, so long as you know where to look. Check out our favorite tech for under $ 100, whether you’re in the market for a walnut-accented pair of headphones or a virtual reality headset.
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The CES technology show isn’t only about big-name announcements, there are plenty of cool accessories on display too. We toured the halls and found our five favorite new products for your smartphone.
Over the past few years, Cyber Monday has increasingly rivaled the discounts on Black Friday. Here are the best Cyber Monday deals as of right now.
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Want Oprah’s O-pinion on a tech gift this year? She put a TV, headphones, and kitchen gadgets on her list of Oprah’s Favorite Things for 2016. Check out her tech picks here.
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Using built-in ultrasonic wave technology that works whether the set is on or off, LG Electronics has created mosquito-repelling TVs now being sold in India. The Moquito Away sets will also be marketed in the Philippines and Sri Lanka.
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Another year, another massive, exciting E3 showcase. The biggest names in the video game industry brought out their newest games and hardware, including two console announcements (and controllers) from Xbox and a ton of fresh games from PlayStation w…
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No one likes a bruised Apple. Scratches, scuffs, and cracks on a new iPhone 6 are enough to ruin anyone’s day. Check out the best iPhone 6 cases and get some protection on that shiny new smartphone.
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It’s hard to see big differences in flagship smartphones year-over-year, but you can see a lot of high-end features trickling down into affordable phones. Take a look at a few recently-announced smartphones, aimed at emerging and developing markets.
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Need a little extra help getting into shape? Your Android is pocket-sized workout companion that’ll help you track your fitness and improve your health.
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Last year, we announced an initiative to invest in the creativity of our top YouTube stars. We wanted to give them an opportunity to realize some of their long-held creative ambitions by developing new content for YouTube. Today, we’re announcing some of the original series and movies we’ll be debuting with YouTube Red.
YouTube Red is the experience fans have been asking for. For just $ 9.99 a month, you’ll be able to enjoy videos across all of YouTube without ads, save videos to watch offline on your phone or tablet and play videos in the background.
But we’re not stopping there. Starting next year, YouTube Red members will get access to new, original series and movies from some of YouTube’s biggest creators. We’re excited to announce some of them today, with more to come:
We’re excited to bring these original series and movies to YouTube Red members and give you even more for your membership beginning next year. Viewers in the U.S. can try YouTube Red for free with a one month trial starting on October 28.
Susanne Daniels, VP, Global Head of Original Programming, recently watched “If Google Was A Guy (Part 4).”