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Lumia Camera works on non-Microsoft phones, with a catch

Microsoft vowed earlier this year that Lumia Camera would become the default camera app on all Windows 10 phones, but you won't have to wait for the Windows 10 Mobile upgrade to give it a shot. The company has released a version of Lumia Camera thEngadget Full RSS Feed

‘Pac-Manembraces mobile with an endless running game

Pac-Man is no stranger to the mobile world, but most of his games are just the classic maze runner scaled down to phone size. Wouldn't it be nice if the yellow chomper got a game that's actually meant for small screens? Bandai Namco agrees. It rEngadget Full RSS Feed

Android lock patterns as predictable as common passwords

Know how a lot of people tend to use passwords such as "123456" o, mabuti, "password?" Mabuti, turns out Android lock patterns (ALPs) are just as predictable. Norwegian University of Science and Technology graduate Marte Løge analyzed 4,000 patEngadget Full RSS Feed

ASUS makes a Zenfone 2 with a whopping 256GB of storage

Smartphones with more than 128GB of storage are still extremely rare, but they just became a little more accessibleif you live in Brazil, kahit. ASUS has unveiled a Delxue Special Edition of the Zenfone 2 that includes a cavernous 256GB of sEngadget Full RSS Feed

NASA technologies star in One Direction’s music video

Ah, pop stars. They can be anyone they want in their music videos: spies, goddesses and, in One Direction's case, astronauts blasting off to space. The boy band's latest music video for the single Drag Me Down features a number of NASA tech, na… Engadget Full RSS Feed

NASA technologies star in One Direction’s music video

Ah, pop stars. They can be anyone they want in their music videos: spies, goddesses and, in One Direction's case, astronauts blasting off to space. The boy band's latest music video for the single Drag Me Down features a number of NASA tech, na… Engadget Full RSS Feed

ICYMI: Gameroulette, 3D-glass printing and more

Today on In Case You Missed It: An MIT group built a 3D printer that extrudes glass rather than plastic; they believe the technology could be used to make cheaper fiber optic cables. Chatroulette users were treated to a surprise live first-person sEngadget Full RSS Feed