Cherlynn is reviews editor of Engadget. She led a mostly unexciting life in Singapore, her home country, until she came to New York in 2012. Since then, she's earned her master's in journalism from Columbia University's Graduate School of Journalism and covered smartphones and wearables for Laptop Mag and Tom's Guide. Life is now like a Hollywood movie, with almost as many lights and much more Instagram. And also more selfies.
Experience the horror of a Syrian air raid in 'Hero'
An unexpectedly timely interactive VR story.
The ethically murky marriage of technology and beauty
The fruits of their collaboration could solve the beauty divide or exacerbate it.
Qualcomm designed new chipsets just for IoT gadgets
And a Vision Intelligence Platform to help companies design applications more easily.
Microsoft will bring 64-bit app support to ARM-based PCs in May
The SDK will be available when the Build developer conference rolls around.
ASUS NovaGo review: ‘Always online’ comes with limitations
Demonstrating the immense promise and challenges of a Snapdragon-powered PC.
USA Today’s first AR app brings a rocket launch to your table
Or floor. Or any flat surface around you.
Apple sneaks art lessons into curriculum with 'Everyone Can Create'
It's an almost subversive way to keep arts education in the face of funding cuts.
Fitbit Versa review: A stylish smartwatch at the right price
The king of fitness wearables learned some valuable lessons from its first smartwatch.
48 hours with an always on, always online laptop
The ASUS NovaGo is the first Snapdragon-powered PC, and it’s perfect for working from the back of a cab.