Samsung Galaxy Fold: The satisfaction despite the fold
Yes, there is a fine seam. Yes, we have questions about the validity of the whole. But the Galaxy Fold radiates a miracle. We're also prepared to start the review, so stay tuned.
Google annoys "something big" for pixels on May 7
Google has released a promising teaser "on May 7, something big is coming into the pixel universe". The accompanying video clip is ultimately just a promo for Avengers: Endgame -covered AR stickers, but it's clearly more than that. Most bets are posted on Google to reveal the mid-range Pixel 3a phones ,
Introduction of the 2019 Engadget Camera Guide
Because your smartphone still does not cut it sometimes advice and deep dives to the state of the cameras in 2019.
The EU has officially adopted its controversial copyright
The copyright for the online age is now in the EU Member States. While this is legal and complicated, the short version requires that YouTube, Facebook, and Instagram be required to obtain licenses for copyrighted works of rightholders to host their content. It could be an important task.
Aston Martin's all-electric Rapide E is a 604-horsepower jump into the future 
The Aston Martin has finally unveiled its first all-electric car. The Rapide E replaces a V12 engine with an 800V, 65kWh battery system and two 604hp rear engines with 700 lb-ft of torque. Only 155 units are produced, "prices are available on request."
iOS 13 May Include System-wide Dark Mode and Undo Gesture
WWDC is less than two months away. More information about what iOS 13 has in store is in the making. These include a system-wide dark mode, deeper multitasking options, an undo gesture (!!!), and updates to Apple's main apps.
Scientists first print 3D heart with patient's own cells
Tel Aviv University researchers managed to print the first 3D heart using a patient's cells and biological material. The medical breakthrough published today Advanced Science succeeded in producing a complete (tiny rabbit-sized) heart with cells, blood vessels, ventricles, and chambers.
The Cameras Loving YouTubers
There's no camera for YouTube developers. Each of them has his own preferences, based on the brands he likes, his audience and what he does on a particular day. Edgar Alvarez talks to some of the biggest names on YouTube and discovers what they use.
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