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Nearly half of 2017's cryptocurrencies have already failed

25 February, by Jon Fingas[ —]
The surging price of bitcoin (among others) in 2017 led more than a few companies to hop on the cryptocurrency bandwagon with hopes of striking it rich almost overnight. Many of their initial coin offerings seemed dodgy from the outset... and it tur...

LG’s V30S ThinQ is the AI-fueled phone the V30 should’ve been

25 February, by Chris Velazco[ —]
In the midst of a tricky fiscal year, LG decided to run with a new strategy: cook up interim smartphones to sell between its major flagship releases. The plan was based in part on the surprising success of phones like the X cam, and since the company...

Fully driverless car tests in California could start in April

25 February, by Mariella Moon[ —]
Automakers testing their self-driving cars on California roads might be able to go fully autonomous as soon as April, according to the states DMV. Instead of putting someone behind the wheel to take over in certain circumstances, such as when the se...

MIT's Veil service will make private browsing more private

24 February, by Mariella Moon[ —]
After reports and studies revealed that browsers private modes arent that secure, MIT graduate student Frank Wang decided to take things into his own hands. He and his team from MIT CSAIL and Harvard have created a tool called Veil, which you could...

Apple Pay Cash nears its first international expansion

24 February, by Jon Fingas[ —]
Apple Pay Cash may not be limited to Americans for much longer. Users in Brazil, Ireland and Spain have all reported seeing the peer-to-peer payment service show up in iOS Messages app, suggesting that launches in their countries (and potentially mo...

Recommended Reading: Tim Cook on Apple's iPhone X, HomePod and more

24 February, by Billy Steele[ —]
Why Apple is the worlds most innovative company Robert Safian, Fast Company Apple may be one of the biggest companies in the world, but it still doesnt open up often about how it operates. A few times a year though, we catch a glimpse. Fast Comp...

Alcatel crams flagship features into its affordable smartphones

24 February, by Chris Velazco[ —]
When I first saw its 2018 phone lineup, Alcatel was clear: its plan for this year was to make premium smartphone features available for much less than typical flagship prices. In this case, Alcatel means giving 18:9 screens, fingerprint sensors, and...

Ask Engadget: Is a 4K monitor the best choice for my desk?

24 February, by Amber Bouman[ —]
The support shared between readers in the comments section is one of the things we love most about the Engadget community. Over the years, weve known you to offer sage advice on everything from Chromecasts and cameras to drones and smartphones. In f...

We're live from MWC 2018 in Barcelona!

24 February, by Edgar Alvarez[ —]
Spring season is right around the corner, and that means its time for Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, the worlds biggest phone show. This year, you can expect to be introduced to Samsungs next flagship smartphone, the Galaxy S9, as well as a s...

Can legislation fix gaming's loot box problem?

24 February, by David Lumb[ —]
Last years gaming controversy has turned into this years legislative battleground. Fans were outraged when Star Wars: Battlefront II launched with buyable loot boxes that unbalanced multiplayer combat, and other games like Need For Speed: Payback a...

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