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Today in Hockey History: Sept. 22

A pair of longtime teammates were inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame together on this date. Also, the most famous international series ever played resumed in a new setting.…
Tags: Column, Sport, Hockey, Hockey Hall of Fame, Bobby Hull, Stan Mikita, Mike Richter, Hockey History, Blackhawks History, Canadiens History, Rangers History, Flyers History


Stars News & Rumors: Development Camp, National TV Schedule & More

In today’s edition of Stars News & Rumors, Dallas closed out their 2021 prospect tournament, the NHL announced their national television schedule for the 2021-22 season, and more. Stars Prospects…
Tags: Column, Sport, Dallas, Hockey, NHL, Dallas Stars, Traverse City Prospect Tournament, Broadcast Rights, Wyatt Johnston, News & Rumors


Red Wings News & Rumors: Ryan, Team Bonding & More

The Detroit Red Wings are just days away from the beginning of training camp, and with that comes the finalization of their training camp roster. They’ve invited back a familiar…
Tags: Column, Sport, Detroit Red Wings, Hockey, Dylan Larkin, Bobby Ryan, Ryan, Carter Rowney, Red Wings News, Moritz Seider, News & Rumors


Marvel shows are now available through Apple Podcast subscriptions

Kris Holt Contributor Share on Twitter Kris Holt is a contributing writer at Engadget. More posts by this contributor Google Meet will automatically adjust webcam brightness in your browser Disney+ ‘Hawkeye’ trailer shows Clint Barton’s past catching up with him Marvel and SiriusXM have opened a new Apple Podcasts channel, which includes a paid tier. The free Marvel channel includes Marvel’s Wo...
Tags: Apple, TC, Column, Podcasts, Marvel, Tech, Hawkeye, Apple Podcast, Engadget, Chris Elliott, Timothy Busfield, Peter Quill, Stephen Lang, SiriusXM, Pandora Stitcher, Clint Barton


America’s innovators will solve climate change, not regulators

Quill Robinson Contributor Share on Twitter Quill Robinson is the American Conservation Coalition's vice president of government affairs. President Joe Biden has pledged to cut U.S. greenhouse gas emissions in half by 2030. He intends to meet this ambitious target through a wave of new federal spending and government programs. But our best hope for reducing carbon emissions isn’t new government spending. It’s a technological ...
Tags: Column, Opinion, Government, Singapore, America, Tech, Joe Biden, Policy, United States, Greenhouse Gas Emissions, Sustainable Food, Biden, GreenTech, Arizona State University, Carbon Sequestration, Cultured Meat


Canucks Prospects Report: Jasek, Karlsson, Forsell & More

It’s time for another edition of the Vancouver Canucks prospects report. Highlights include Lukas Jasek’s massive week in the Finnish Liiga and Linus Karlsson’s successful return to the Swedish Hockey League (SHL).…
Tags: Column, Sport, Hockey, Vancouver Canucks, Lukas Jasek, Canucks Prospects, Linus Karlsson, Lucas Forsell, Jasek Karlsson Forsell


Kings News & Rumors: Training Camp, Rookie Tournament, & More

In this week’s installment of Los Angeles Kings News & Rumors, we’ll be looking at training camp, the Rookie Showcase in Arizona, and some trade news, or rather the lack…
Tags: Column, Los Angeles, Sport, Arizona, Hockey, Los Angeles Kings, Phillip Danault, Viktor Arvidsson, Quinton Byfield, News & Rumors


Google’s updated iOS 15 apps support Focus Mode and iPad widgets

Igor Bonifacic Contributor Igor Bonifacic is a contributing writer at Engadget. More posts by this contributor Rivian announces membership plan with complementary charging and LTE connectivity Microsoft Office 2021 will be available on October 5th With iOS 15 now available to download, developers both big and small have started updating their apps to take advantage of the operating system’s marquee features. One of those is Google...
Tags: Apple, Google, TC, Column, Microsoft, Tech, Google Photos, Focus Mode, Rivian, iOS 15, Tceng, Igor Bonifacic Contributor Igor Bonifacic, Engadget More


Paralympians bring home gold medals, but we’re failing them on web accessibility

Joseph Wengier Contributor Share on Twitter Joseph Wengier competed in five Paralympics and won nine gold medals. He promotes the advancement of a more inclusive internet as an ambassador for accessibility technology company UserWay. After winning my first gold medal in the 1972 Paralympics, I went out with the swim team for a celebratory dinner. I’ll never forget the paradoxical sight of my teammates — all world-class athlete...
Tags: TC, Column, Opinion, Social Media, Tech, Accessibility, Disability, Tokyo, Paralympics, Joseph Wengier


Sabres News & Rumors: Luukkonen, Murray, Eichel & More

The Buffalo Sabres wrapped up their prospect camp this weekend with a pair of games against the Boston Bruins and the New Jersey Devils. Jack Quinn, Ukko-Pekka Luukkonen, J-J Peterka…
Tags: Column, Sport, Hockey, Boston Bruins, Buffalo Sabres, Jack Eichel, Jack Quinn, Mattias Samuelsson, News & Rumors, Sabres News, Brett Murray, Luukkonen Murray Eichel, New Jersey Devils Jack Quinn Ukko


Senators News & Rumours: Pinto, Ennis, Brown & More

While the Ottawa Senators have yet to sign an essential piece of their roster for this coming season in Brady Tkachuk, they did manage to sign another player to a…
Tags: Column, Sport, Hockey, Ottawa Senators, Tyler Ennis, Logan Brown, Brady Tkachuk, Shane Pinto, News & Rumors, Pinto Ennis Brown


Maple Leafs News & Rumors: Hyman, Hellickson, Ennis & TV Schedule

In this edition of Toronto Maple Leafs News & Rumors, I’ll share some insights from a recent interview with former Maple Leafs’ forward Zach Hyman. Second, I’ll look at the…
Tags: Column, Sport, Hockey, Maple Leafs, Toronto Maple Leafs, Tyler Ennis, Zach Hyman, Maple Leafs News, Matt Hellickson, Toronto Maple Leafs News Rumors, News & Rumors, Hyman Hellickson Ennis


Canadiens News and Rumors: Price, Suzuki, Norlinder & More

In this week’s edition of Montreal Canadiens news and rumors, Carey Price is back on the ice following offseason knee surgery, Kaiden Guhle, Rafaël Harvey-Pinard, and Mattias Norlinder are impressing…
Tags: Column, Sport, Hockey, Montreal Canadiens, Carey Price, Nick Suzuki, Kaiden Guhle, Mattias Norlinder, Canadiens News, News & Rumors, Kaiden Guhle Rafaël Harvey Pinard


Google Meet will automatically adjust webcam brightness in your browser

Kris Holt Contributor Share on Twitter Kris Holt is a contributing writer at Engadget. More posts by this contributor Disney+ ‘Hawkeye’ trailer shows Clint Barton’s past catching up with him The Marvel Unlimited comics app just got a major overhaul Google Meet will soon make it easier for you to see all of your co-workers or friends properly on video calls. The web version of the app can detect...
Tags: Google, TC, Column, Tech, Video Conferencing, Clint Barton, G Suite, Google Meet, Rapid Release, Kris Holt, Disney Hawkeye, Tceng, Engadget More


Bruins News & Rumors: Marchand, Hall, Studnicka & More

In this edition of Boston Bruins News & Rumors, Brad Marchand gave his thoughts on the many moves his team has made this offseason. One of those moves involved re-signing…
Tags: Column, Sport, Hockey, Boston Bruins, Brad Marchand, Zdeno Chara, Taylor Hall, Boston Bruins News, Jack Studnicka, Bruins News, News & Rumors, Marchand Hall Studnicka


Today in Hockey History: Sept. 20

There have been some unique moments in National Hockey League history that have occurred on this date. In California, two heated rivals closed out an old barn with a crazy…
Tags: Column, California, Sport, Hockey, National Hockey League, Guy Lafleur, Mark Giordano, Kirk Muller, Hockey History, Canadiens History, Maple Leafs History, Kings History, Blue Jackets History


How to meet the demand of EV infrastructure and maintain a stable grid

Andrew Tang Contributor Share on Twitter Andrew Tang is vice president of energy storage and optimization at Wärtsilä Energy, which provides solutions for renewable energy integration and EV charging infrastructure development. As electric vehicles (EVs) become the new standard, charging infrastructure will become a commonplace detail blending into the landscape, available in a host of places from a range of providers: private...
Tags: Energy, Startups, TC, Transportation, Column, Opinion, White House, Automotive, United States, Electric Vehicles, John Kerry, Biden, Energy Storage, Department Of Energy, Charging Station, Tennessee Valley Authority


Today in Hockey History: Sept. 19

Sept. 18 was a good day for National Hockey League debuts as a former number one overall pick, and a new franchise took to the ice for the first time.…
Tags: Column, Sport, Hockey, National Hockey League, Jamie Benn, Eric Lindros, Grant Fuhr, Hockey History, Stars History, Maple Leafs History, Oilers History, Flyers History, Kings History, Penguins History, Predators History


Blackhawks Banter: Rookies, Veterans, Awards & Must-See TV

With training camp details finally made available to fans, it means we’re one step closer to all that the 2021-22 Chicago Blackhawks will bring forth. While an active offseason has…
Tags: Column, Sport, Hockey, Chicago Blackhawks, Patrick Kane, Tony Esposito, Adam Gaudette, Lukas Reichel


Today in Hockey History: Sept. 18

This has been a significant date in the history of the National Hockey League. In addition to two franchises playing their first games, Sept. 18 has been the birth date…
Tags: Column, Sport, Hockey, National Hockey League, Phil Kessel, Scotty Bowman, Hockey History, Canadiens History, John Cullen, Maple Leafs History, Islanders History, Kings History


What we can learn from edtech startups’ expansion efforts in Europe

Rhys Spence Contributor Share on Twitter Rhys Spence is head of research at Brighteye Ventures, a European edtech-focused fund, where he works with portfolio companies to help address priorities, with a focus on internationalization. More posts by this contributor The 2021 edtech avalanche has just begun It’s a story common to all sectors today: investors only want to see ‘uppy-righty’ charts in a pit...
Tags: Startups, Column, Europe, Sweden, Education, France, Tech, Spain, United States, United Kingdom, Venture Capital, Switzerland, Finland, Norway, Edtech, Owl Ventures


Maple Leafs News & Rumors: Marner Haters, Prospects & More

In this edition of Toronto Maple Leafs News & Rumors, I’ll report that the 2022 Heritage Classic has indeed been scheduled and is on the horizon. Second, I’ll talk about…
Tags: Column, Sport, Hockey, Auston Matthews, Toronto Maple Leafs, Mitch Marner, Maple Leafs News, Alex Steeves, Toronto Maple Leafs News Rumors, News & Rumors


Demand Curve: How to get social proof that grows your startup

Nick Costelloe Contributor Share on Twitter Nick writes actionable growth marketing insights as head of content at Demand Curve. More posts by this contributor Demand Curve: How to double conversions on your startup’s homepage Demand Curve: 10 lies you’ve been told about marketing When people are uncertain, they look to others for behavioral guidance. This is called social proof, which is a phy...
Tags: Social, Startups, Cloud, Ecommerce, Column, Social Networks, Marketing, Social Media, Tech, E-commerce, SaaS, User Generated Content, Assistant, E-sports, Social Proof, Growth Marketing


Michigan State Police to begin testing Ford Mach-E Interceptors

Andrew Tarantola Contributor Share on Twitter Andrew Tarantola is a senior editor at Engadget. The next time you get pulled over in Michigan, it could be by a cop in an electric SUV — at least if Ford has anything to say about it. The American automaker is stepping up its Police Interceptor program, which modifies existing models for use by law enforcement, typically with beefed up suspensions, brakes and added horsepower. The...
Tags: TC, Electric Vehicle, Column, UK, Tech, Ford, Michigan, Mustang, Ev, Engadget, Michigan State Police, Andrew Tarantola, Ann Arbor MI, Mach-E, Tceng, Ford Mach E Interceptors


Wild News & Rumors: Prospect Camp, Kaprizov, Play-by-Play & More

In this edition of Minnesota Wild News & Rumors, we’re nearing the beginning of training camp and the NHL season, but first, the team is hosting a prospect camp that…
Tags: Column, Sport, Hockey, NHL, Minnesota Wild, Kirill Kaprizov, Key Post, Matthew Boldy, Marco Rossi, News & Rumors, Minnesota Wild News Rumors


Rolls-Royce’s all-electric aircraft completes 15-minute maiden voyage

Steve Dent Contributor Steve Dent is an associate editor at Engadget. More posts by this contributor Amazon’s cashierless ‘Just Walk Out’ tech is coming to Whole Foods stores NVIDIA’s latest tech makes AI voices more expressive and realistic Rolls-Royce, best known in aviation for its jet engines, has taken an all-electric airplane on its maiden voyage. The “Spirit of Innovation” completed a 15 minute flight, marking “the beginnin...
Tags: Amazon, TC, Column, UK, Tech, Ford, Nvidia, Airbus, Siemens, Rolls-royce, Royce, Ev, Engadget, Electric Aircraft, World Wildlife Foundation, Tecnam


Ducks News & Rumors: Kesler, Rieder & More

This week’s edition of Anaheim Ducks News & Rumors covers Ryan Kesler accepting the fact that his NHL career is over, Tobias Rieder signing a professional tryout (PTO) with the…
Tags: Column, Sport, Espn, Hockey, NHL, Anaheim Ducks, Ryan Kesler, Tobias Rieder, Anaheim Ducks News Rumors, News & Rumors, Kesler Rieder


Stars News & Rumors: Kraft Hockeyville, 2021 Prospect Tournament & More

On today’s edition of Stars’ News & Rumors, Dallas will finally play their Kraft Hockeyville preseason game, prospects impressing at development camp, and the full Stars schedule for the prospect…
Tags: Column, Sport, Dallas, Hockey, Dallas Stars, Kraft Hockeyville, Traverse City Prospect Tournament, Ty Dellandrea, News & Rumors


Google reportedly plans to add free channels to its smart TV platform

Mariella Moon Contributor Mariella Moon is an associate editor at Engadget. More posts by this contributor Alphabet’s Project Taara is beaming high-speed internet across the Congo River Chromecasts and other devices powered by Google TV might give users access to free television channels in the future. According to Protocol, Google has been in talks with free, ad-supported streaming television providers about the possibility of ...
Tags: Google, Startups, TC, Column, Samsung, Chromecast, Smart TV, Engadget, Roku and Amazon, Google TV, Tceng, Mariella Moon Contributor Mariella Moon, Congo River Chromecasts, Protocol Google


Today in Hockey History: Sept. 17

Sept. 17 has been a very busy day in National Hockey League history. One franchise played in its first-ever game, while a future Hall of Famer made his league debut.…
Tags: Column, Sport, Hockey, Auston Matthews, Alex Ovechkin, Guy Lafleur, Hockey History, Canadiens History, Maple Leafs History, Capitals History, Sabres History