Engadget RSS Feed 3 April 2018

Gnarbox's mobile video editing drive now comes in an SSD version

Gnarbox broke new ground in portable storage with its first drive, which let pros start editing photos and videos before they've reached a PC. But what if you still want something more powerful? Don't worry, you're covered: the company is crowdfund...

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Tesla doubled its weekly Model 3 production in Q1

Today, Tesla issued a press release regarding its Model 3 production in the first quarter of 2018. The company produced 34,494 vehicles total; 9,766 of those were Model 3. The release noticed that Model 3 production was a fourfold increase over Q4 of...

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ASUS’ Zephyrus M is a thin gaming laptop with a six-core i7

Today, ASUS Republic of Gamers (ROG) announced the Zephyrus M laptop, which is the thinnest gaming laptop to have an eighth generation Intel Core i7 processor and NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 graphics. The laptop will be available for preorder starting Ap...

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Motiv's activity tracking ring now works with Android and Alexa

Motiv is making good on promises of widening support for its fitness tracking ring. To start, Android support is finally here in an early form. If you have one of a handful of phones (one of the Google Pixel series, the Galaxy S7 through S8+ and the...

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Origin's EVO15-S packs a lot of gaming power into a 4.3-pound laptop

With Intel's release of new Core-i7 and i9 chips for portable PCs, a lot of interesting new lightweight gaming laptops are hitting the market. Origin, for one, just launched the EVO15-S and business-oriented NT-15 laptops that fit pretty incredible s...

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Snapchat adds group video chats and friend tagging

Snapchat's evolution from an ephemeral messaging app to a place where you can hang out with all of your friends takes another step today. The app is gaining group video chat, enabling you to hang out with up to 16 of your friends at the same time, or...

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Mozilla is making a 'mixed reality' version of Firefox

Virtual and augmented reality hasn't taken off the way some people had hoped. Still, it's a growing market that Mozilla wants to support with a bespoke version of Firefox. The new browser, called Firefox Reality, will work on a variety of VR, AR and...

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MSI's 4.1-lb slim gaming laptop has a 144hz, 15-inch screen

The race is on to making gaming laptops thinner and lighter than before. We were wowed by ASUS's ROG Zephyrus last year, which packed in an NVIDIA GTX 1080 Max-Q GPU in an incredibly svelte frame. Now MSI is taking that on directly with its new GS65...

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HTC Vive Pro review: Better in every way, but it’s not for you

What if HTC could make the Vive VR headset again, but with better ergonomics, and higher quality screens? That's basically the Vive Pro. It's not a sequel -- it's more of a remaster. One that incorporates everything VR headset makers have learned ove...

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Instagram limits access to user data for unofficial apps

If one of the unofficial, third-party Instagram apps you've been using suddenly stopped working properly, it might be because the platform has limited their access to user data in a surprise change to its API. The photo-sharing platform has apparentl...

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Facebook Messenger works with 360-degree photos and HD videos

A few months after giving you a way to send 4K images on Messenger, Facebook has rolled out the ability to blast your friends with 360-degree photos and HD videos. Maybe you'd rather share whatever you take to a few people through the messaging app r...

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Dell's spring lineup is filled with all-in-ones and gaming PCs

Dell's spring PC lineup is focused on all in one machines, as well as a refresh of its Inspiron gaming laptops, now known as the Dell G Series. And of course, there are also a few Alienware laptop upgrades coming too. The company's latest batch...

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Reddit's first redesign in years is a major one

Reddit has looked pretty much the same these past years, barely changing from the time it first introduced subreddits in 2008. Now, it's finally rolling out its first major redesign in a long time -- it's now available to one percent of the website's...

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36 teams are joining the ‘Clash Royale’ eSports league

Today, mobile game company Supercell announced that teams from 36 organizations from around the world will be added to the hit (and very, very lucrative) title Clash Royale's eSports league. The biggest names in competitive gaming will field squads,...

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The Morning After: Intel's six-core laptop CPU

Hey, good morning! You look fabulous. Welcome to your Tuesday. Apple might be replacing Intel's chips with its own in future Macs, the ISS is getting a new printer -- exciting, we know -- and Pizza Hut made some connected sneakers.

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Google Drive will help you figure out who needs access to a file

One of the tricky things about coordinating an email chain is always making sure everyone has access to the right files, but Google said it's making that easier in Drive. The next time you go to share a document or other file through email or a calen...

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Intel brings a six-core i9 CPU to laptops

With its latest batch of 8th-generation Core chips for laptops, Intel is focused on delivering even more desktop-like performance. Just take a look at its new six-core monster processor, the Core i9-8950HK. We were impressed that the company was able...

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Acer's Nitro 5 gaming laptop now packs a six-core Intel processor

Acer's Nitro 5 gaming laptop has never been particularly remarkable outside of its price, but you might have reason to sit up and take notice after today. The PC builder is launching a version of the 15.6-inch portable with options for shiny new six-...

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