Engadget

Apr 17

Honeywell’s Bluetooth air purifier gets pollen alerts from your smartphone

Honeywell’s Bluetooth air purifier gets pollen alerts from your smartphone

Turkey to censor tweets with ‘malicious’ content

Turkey to censor tweets with ‘malicious’ content

UberX adds $1 charge to cover getting you home safely

UberX adds $1 charge to cover getting you home safely

Orange is the New Black trailer promises a ‘next level crazy’ season two

Orange is the New Black trailer promises a ‘next level crazy’ season two

Toshiba’s ultra-fast microSD cards will let you shoot like a pro with small cameras

Toshiba’s ultra-fast microSD cards will let you shoot like a pro with small cameras

Ubuntu 14.04 is ready for a world filled with hi-resolution touchscreens and tablets

Ubuntu 14.04 is ready for a world filled with hi-resolution touchscreens and tablets

Daily Roundup: Street View vs. captchas, living in a connected home and more!

Daily Roundup: Street View vs. captchas, living in a connected home and more!

Twitter’s new Windows Phone beta ties into your photo collection

Twitter’s new Windows Phone beta ties into your photo collection

RunKeeper gets into the step-tracking game with Breeze

RunKeeper gets into the step-tracking game with Breeze

As our team prepares to move from the old “gdgt” offices, we look back at a few Instagrams, curated by @casschin. This one is from @cosentino: “Office shenanigans”

As our team prepares to move from the old “gdgt” offices, we look back at a few Instagrams, curated by @casschin. This one is from @cosentino: “Office shenanigans”

As our team prepares to move from the old “gdgt” offices, we look back at a few Instagrams, curated by @casschin. This one is from @ryanblock: “Making a call on the new iPhone nanooooo”

As our team prepares to move from the old “gdgt” offices, we look back at a few Instagrams, curated by @casschin. This one is from @ryanblock: “Making a call on the new iPhone nanooooo”

Google’s digital art prize winner is a poem you control with your body

Google’s digital art prize winner is a poem you control with your body