Today is the day that the full veil comes off Intel's Ivy Bridge processors, which will be more commonly known as the third generation of Core processors. With that comes stats and specs about what Ivy Bridge is built on and what it will be capable of. Here's everything you need to know about Ivy Bridge. More »
When you travel the world, having a few drinks with your hosts is a great way to get a sense of the local culture. But excessive alcohol consumption can cause physiological consequences . Don't worry—a hangover is universal, and your new friends probably already know a way to cope with it.Read more...
Barely a week since successfully completing sea trials after a three year hiatus, the venerable research sub Alvin is already earning back the $42 million in hardware upgrades and engineering retrofits it's received—showing off its spaciou
If you set foot in Intel's CES booth this winter, you probably sensed a theme: the company is deeply, almost manically, focused on the Internet of Things. Sure, Chipzilla was showing off some tablets and phones, along with a shelf full of Ultrabooks, but the highlights of the show were all a little more unusual. Think: a light-up "smart mug,"headphonesthat can monitor your heart rate.
Intel is taking on self-driving cars, smarter next-gen dashboards, and better automotive security with a new In-Vehicle Solutions platform of chips and software to get vehicles like Google's autonomous pod on the roads quicker.
You might say the day is never really done in consumer technology news. Your workday, however, hopefully draws to a close at some point. This is the Daily Roundup on Engadget, a quick peek back at the top headlines for the past 24 hours -- all handpicked by the editors here at the site. Click on through the break, and enjoy.
Chevrolet has been auctioning off special cars to benefit charity for a number of years. The automaker auctioned off the very first 2014 Stingray Corvette convertible to benefit charity last year and raised $1 million. Chevy is set to auction off another very special car this year. The car at this auction will be the very first 2015 Corvette Z06.
Last month, word surfaced from sources that Basis Science, maker of wearables, was looking to sell itself to a big-name company, with Google, Apple, Samsung and others having been tipped. Intel, as it turns out, was the company to take it over, with it having announced the acquisition on its website today.
Let's face it: thetheatrical security proceduresat airports aren't going away any time soon. However, they might just get more tolerable if a team of Israeli researchers bring a new, extremely sensitivebomb detection chipto an inspection line near you. The prototype sniffs for explosives by using groups of nano-scale transistors that react to tiny electrical changes when certain chemicals pass by.
If you haven't picked up a Chromebook just yet, you might want to wait a little longer. Intel has just announced plans to roll out as many as 20 new Chromebooks by the latter half of this year. This new set will be thinner, lighter, more powerful and generally more diverse in terms of design. It's clear that Google is making a play for the mainstream.
Skitch for Android has recently been updated. This latest update brings the app to version 2.7 and is already available by way of the Google Play Store. This one didn't bring a lengthy changelog like we often like to see, but it did bring some improvements to the toolbars.
has given us a better understanding of what Apple meant when it called it "desktop-class."The A7 CPU, codenamed "Cyclone," is capable of handling twice as many instructions as 2012's A6 using roughly the same amount of power.
It's already March, dear readers, which means with the exception of this post right here, you're not going to find many laptop reviews on this site. Why? Because Intel's just three months away from launching its next-generation chips and besides, we've reviewed most of the current-gen models anyway. But not HP's. We haven't reviewed a Hewlett-Packard Ultrabook inmore than a year.
When I was a tiny tot, I watchedKnight Riderand pretended I wasMichael Knight, talking to KITT on my watch. Yet now that there are real-life watches that can do even more things, I don't find myself quite as excited as my 5-year-old self was. Smartwatches have been around for over a decade already (rememberMicrosoft SPOT?), but the category hasn't evolved at the same pace as smartphones.
It appears that Nokia isn't coming to Microsoft's developer conference empty-handed. A proposed merger between the two companies is still pending, but Nokia decided to bring in some new hardware regardless. This time, the phone maker has announced the Lumia 930, which is essentially the international version of theLumia Icon.
In my seemingly never-ending quest for a decent dash cam, I had the opportunity to review the Papago! P2Pro Dash Cam. It may seem like another dash cam with an LCD screen, but the P2 Pro includes GPS, Lane Departure Warning and Collision Warning as well. How do they do that? I was a little surprised to see how spartan the packaging was. No memory cards, no USB readers, no adhesive mounts. From the Papago! website Left side: Power switch and SD card slot. Front (lens side). Right side: mini USB for power and HDMI.