Logitech built a $49 digital crayon for the new iPad Apple’s new starter iPad is designed to make drawing more accessible, but the $99 it takes to buy the official Pencil for that iPad is a lot to swallow for cash-strapped educators. That’s where Logitech might help: it’s introducing aRead More →

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Apple’s retooled iWork suite includes Pencil support Today, Apple announced that it is releasing new versions of its iWork suite of apps — Pages, Numbers and Keynote — that supports Apple Pencil. A variety of new iPad apps (including the Microsoft Office Suite and Notability) will support the Pencil,… ContinueRead More →

Smart Garage 101: Your guide to garage door gadgets – CNET These handy garage door controllers give your home’s biggest doors some serious smarts. Continue reading… Powered by WPeMaticoRead More →

The James Webb Space Telescope will be delayed for at least a year Today, NASA held a press conference on the status of the James Webb Space Telescope, the organization’s successor to Hubble, and the news was grim. The observatory was supposed to launch between March and June of 2019.Read More →

The new entry-level iPad works with the Apple Pencil Apple’s education-focused event is underway in Chicago and, as expected, the hardware star of the show is a new iPad. VP Greg Joswiak just announced the “new” iPad, an update on the model introduced just about one year ago. The rumorRead More →

Engadget giveaway: Win a Logitech Harmony Elite and Google Home Mini! Universal remote controls have been around for a while, but with a product like the Logitech Harmony Elite, simplicity and future-proofing go hand-in-hand. The Elite’s Hub system lets you control IR, Bluetooth and even network-based products beyond y… ContinueRead More →

Live from Apple’s ‘education’ keynote! Apple apparently has some news to share so it’s holding a big keynote in sunny… Chicago? That’s right, the company says it has some education-focused announcements in store and to mark the occasion, it chose a school in the Windy City as a backdrop… ContinueRead More →

Waymo and Jaguar will test self-driving I-Pace SUVs later this year Waymo is adding a luxury vehicle to its fleet of self-driving test vehicles, the upcoming I-Pace EV. At an event ahead of the New York Auto Show, the two companies announced that testing of the I-Pace outfitted with Waymo’sRead More →

A new Firefox add-on limits Facebook tracking It’s safe to say that Facebook’s treatment of its users’ personal data is front and center, with the recent revelations about Cambridge Analytica. Many users are going as far as to stop using the social network altogether. But Mozilla has another opt… ContinueRead More →

Amazon and Spielberg team up for mini-series on Mexico’s conqueror Amazon has given Steven Spielberg the go-ahead to create a four-hour original miniseries based on the life of Spanish conquistador Hernán Cortés. Spielberg has tapped Steven Zaillian (Schindler’s List) to write the series for TV based o… Continue reading… PoweredRead More →

Zuckerberg declines invite to UK committee hearing on data privacy Despite being asked, Mark Zuckerberg won’t attend a British parliamentary hearing about Cambridge Analytica’s data use. In a statement to Damian Collins, chair of Digital Culture Media and Sport Committee, Facebook’s head of public policy for the UK… Continue reading…Read More →

Huawei P20 Pro hands-on: Camera tricks and a supercar finish Huawei may be currently best known for US retailers not stocking its wares, but regardless, the company continues to ramp up its flagship smartphones. In the last few years, phones like the P9 made a lot of us stand upRead More →

Floating calcium ‘sun shield’ could protect the Great Barrier Reef Scientists in Australia are testing a new technology that may help protect the endangered Great Barrier Reef from environmental degradation. An ultra-fine biodegradable film, 50,000 times thinner than a human hair, could be used as a floating “sun sh… ContinueRead More →

Marshall’s Mid ANC are a worthy pair of noise-canceling headphones Last year, Marshall introduced its highest-end wireless headphones, the Monitor Bluetooth. They had almost everything you’d want in cord-free cans — except for active noise cancellation (ANC). Now, Marshall is finally jumping aboard that bandwagon w… Continue reading… Powered byRead More →