Nathan Ingraham

Senior Editor at Engadget

About Nathan Ingraham

Nathan Ingraham is a senior editor at Engadget and was formerly an editor at The Verge. A semi-recent San Francisco resident by way of Boston, Ingraham covers Google, gaming, apps and services (especially music), weird internet culture and much more. He'll review just about any odd piece of hardware that comes his way. In his spare time, Ingraham enjoys the awesome food SF has to offer and loves taking photos around northern California.

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Apple

Apple Took Out a CES Ad to Troll Its Competitors Over Privacy

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Apple

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Apple will roll out major updates to all its major software platforms.
Uber

Uber Fires More Than 20 Employees for Harassment

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Verizon

Yahoo and AOL Are Part of Verizon's New 'Oath' Brand

Oath will be an umbrella of brands, including Yahoo and some AOL publications.
Google

The Google Assistant Is Coming to Android TV

A forthcoming update will enable you to ask your Android TV device all kinds of questions.
Amazon

Amazon Completes Its First Drone-Powered Delivery

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Google

Google Home Review: The Assistant Steps Into Your Living Room

OK Google, what can Home do for me?
Uber

I Drove Around Pittsburgh in a Self-Driving Uber

What's surprising about riding in an autonomous car is how boring it can be.
Apple

Dr. Dre Will Reportedly Star in Apple's First Original TV Series

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