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20+ most popular Engadget articles, as voted by our community.
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'Indiana Jones 5' will feature a de-aged Harrison Ford for the first 25 minutes
The technology used old LucasFilm footage of Ford for accuracy..
Engadget on AI Art
DALL-E's AI art generator is now (sort of) available to everyone
OpenAI's image generator, DALL-E, is available to everyone — you don't need to sit on a waiting list..
Engadget on Azure
How 'Microsoft Flight Simulator' became a 'living game' with Azure AI
Microsoft Flight simulator wouldn't be possible without Azure AI.
Engadget on Business
Twitter employees warn Musk mass layoffs would be 'reckless'
Days before Elon Musk’s deal to acquire Twitter could finally close, workers at the social company are warning that staff cuts would be “reckless.”.
Twitter reportedly asks some laid-off staff to return
Management reportedly let some workers off by accident or before realizing their value to the company..
Engadget on Elon Musk
Elon Musk says his SpaceX shares would've funded his plan to take Tesla private
Musk also said that Tesla's $420-per-share price in his infamous 'funding secured' tweets wasn't a weed joke..
Joe Biden says Elon Musk’s ‘relationships’ with other countries should be ‘looked at’
President Joe Biden says that Elon Musk’s ties to countries outside of the United States are “worthy of being looked at.”.
Engadget on Future Of Cars
Waymo doubles service area for its fleet of robo-taxis
Waymo is doubling the operational area for its fleet of self-driving taxis, making what the company calls “the largest fully autonomous service area in the world.” The rapid growth is limited to…
Ford CEO Farley explains the business factors behind Argo AI's shuttering
Shortly after news broke that self-driving subsidiary Argo AI will be closed, Ford CEO Jim Farley spoke during the company's Q3 earnings call about that decision..
Engadget on Game Development
The Netflix business model is bad news for indie games
New ways to play games means new ways to pay -- or exploit -- indie developers.
Engadget on Gaming
Atari revives unreleased arcade game too damn hard for 1982 players
Legendary developer Jeff Minter brings his signature synthwave style to Atari's upcoming remake..
14 relaxing video games to help you destress
To help those who could use some help winding down, we’ve rounded up a selection of games that purposefully deemphasize aggression, but aren’t overly cute for the sake of it or so stripped-down that…
Engadget on Metaverse
John Carmack leaves Meta with a memo criticizing the company's efficiency
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Latest Apple headset rumors say it’ll include VR workouts and sports
Apple is reportedly readying a wide array of apps and services for its upcoming mixed reality headset, according to Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman.
Engadget on Podcasting
LinkedIn debuts its own podcast network
Co-founder Reid Hoffman will co-host a show about personal entrepreneurship..
Engadget on Sewing
Adidas' Strung shoe is threaded together by a sewing robot
Futurecraft Strung is a mew manufacturing process that uses thread placement to create structure without the need for added support.
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Free AI tool restores old photos by creating slightly new loved ones
A recent AI tool can restore vintage photos in a few seconds, and for free..
Meta dissolves team responsible for discovering 'potential harms to society' in its own products
Meta’s “Responsible Innovation Team,” a group meant to address “potential harms to society” is no more..
Magic Leap 2 will go on sale in the US on September 30th
The enterprise headset will come in three versions, with prices starting at $3,299..
NVIDIA's new AI model quickly generates objects and characters for virtual worlds
GET3D could make it easier for developers to make games and VR experiences..
How to survive the inevitable CD revival
Compact Discs are making a comeback, kinda.
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