Daniel Cooper

After training to be an intellectual property lawyer, Dan Cooper abandoned a promising career in financial services to sit at home and play with gadgets. He now serves as Engadget's associate European editor.
Sony's Turnaround Strategy Is Working
Sony

Sony's Turnaround Strategy Is Working

Five years ago, CEO Kaz Hirai wanted Sony to be a leader in imaging and games, now he got his wish.
Facebook Is Trying to Make Clicktivism Worth Something
Facebook

Facebook Is Trying to Make Clicktivism Worth Something

By offering up the details of your local political representative for you to contact directly.
These Subtle Smart Gloves Turn Sign Language Into Words
Wearables

These Subtle Smart Gloves Turn Sign Language Into Words

The research project comes from Taiwan's University of Science and Technology.
Apple Is On a Mission to Only Use Recycled Materials
Apple

Apple Is On a Mission to Only Use Recycled Materials

Apple wants to end the practice of using mined raw materials like aluminum and gold in its products.
A Future Apple Watch Could Be Essential for Diabetics
Apple

A Future Apple Watch Could Be Essential for Diabetics

According to CNBC, Apple has a secretive team working on blood sugar monitoring.
Apple Accused of Intentionally Breaking FaceTime on iOS 6
Apple

Apple Accused of Intentionally Breaking FaceTime on iOS 6

A California lawsuit alleges the company broke the protocol to save money.
SpaceX's Has Successful Comeback Launch
worth-knowing

SpaceX's Has Successful Comeback Launch

It's back to business for Elon Musk's spaceflight company.
Richard Branson's Virgin Galactic Returns to the Skies After Two Years
Virgin Galactic

Richard Branson's Virgin Galactic Returns to the Skies After Two Years

The VMS Eve and VSS Unity flew in 'captive carry' mode for almost four hours over the Mojave desert.
Say Farewell to VHS (If You Hadn't Already)
Movies

Say Farewell to VHS (If You Hadn't Already)

Reports out of Japan say the last producer of VHS players is calling it quits.
Alphabet Proposes Scrapping Buses in Favor of Ubers
Uber

Alphabet Proposes Scrapping Buses in Favor of Ubers

According to proposals for Columbus, Ohio, public transportation subsidies would instead be handed to ride-sharing services.
Google's Larry Page Is Secretly Developing a Flying Car
Larry Page

Google's Larry Page Is Secretly Developing a Flying Car

A lengthy report from Bloomberg says that he invests in two startups that are competing against each other to develop the technology.
The FCC Is Going to War Over Set-Top Boxes
Television

The FCC Is Going to War Over Set-Top Boxes

As well as opening up the set-top box market up to third parties, the proposals are expected to make the cost of renting a box a whole lot cheaper.
Regulators Are Investigating Exploding Hoverboards
Safety

Regulators Are Investigating Exploding Hoverboards

The Consumer Product Safety Commission designated the issue as a 'priority investigation.'
Garmin Adds a New Smart Scale, Fitness Tracker to Its Product Line
Products

Garmin Adds a New Smart Scale, Fitness Tracker to Its Product Line

Both devices will go on sale at Best Buy in November for $149.99.
Skype Is the Latest High-Profile Web Outage
Technology

Skype Is the Latest High-Profile Web Outage

The video chat service is down for a number of users.
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