37 States and D.C. Sue Google for Alleged Play Store Antitrust Issues

A coalition of 37 states, plus the District of Columbia, have sued Google over alleged antitrust violations with its Play Store.

GoDaddy In Hot Water After Employees Help Hackers

GoDaddy is once again in the news for all the wrong reasons after employees were tricked into helping hackers take over domains.

Microsoft Can’t Shake Windows 7—New Bug Rears Its Head

Microsoft may have officially ended support for Windows 7 on January 14, 2020, but it seems the operating system (OS) is the company’s bad penny—Microsoft just can’t get away from it. No sooner did Microsoft announce that Windows 7 was…

FBI Seizes Site With 12 Billion Stolen User Names & Passwords

In an international operation, the FBI has seized a website containing user data from over 10,000 data breaches, according to Engadget. According to the report, the FBI seized WeLeakInfo, a website that contained personal data taken from 10,300 data breaches.…

Huawei Turns To TomTom To Replace Google Maps

In the wake of Huawei being cut off from Google support, the Chinese company is turning to TomTom to replace Google Maps, according to Engadget. When the Trump administration banned Huawei, it had profound impacts on how the company could…

CES 2020: Samsung Unveils Rolling Robot ‘Ballie’

It’s not quite BB-8, but Samsung may have unveiled the next best thing in a rolling robot named “Ballie.” According to Engadget, Ballie is designed to be an assistant, essentially running a smart home. The robot “has a ‘mobile interface’…

T-Mobile Delivers 5G Network Days Ahead of Schedule

T-Mobile originally announced it was unveiling its nationwide 5G network on December 6. It seems the carrier has beat expectations, unveiling 5G today, four days ahead of schedule. According to Engadget, the network T-Mobile has turned on is its 600…

AOL Looking To Sell TechCrunch, Engadget…Or Not [Report/Rumor/Update]

Update: According to AOL CEO Tim Armstrong, the company is not looking to unload TechCrunch or Engadget. AdAge spoke with him, sharing the following quote: “We are planning to invest in those properties, not sell” them, Mr. Armstrong said in…

AOL Ditches Freelancers, The Engadget Story Continues

Once the announcement came that AOL was acquiring The Huffington Post, all sorts of interesting developments started happenging throuhgout the world of AOL content, and the trend continues. For one, the Huffington Post Media Group (the new media entity that…

Engadget Editor-in-Chief Leaves

Engadget Editor-in-Chief Joshua Topolsky announced that he is leaving the publication. This comes after two other editors of the publication recently left, citing “the AOL way” as a catalyst. Here’s an exerpt from Topolsky’s post: After nearly four years at…