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Windows 7 beta ISO the hottest download on the net? (Download Squad)

Dec 30th 2008 12:01AM This one has a ton of seeds but the tracker doesnt work so people dont know and as a result less leechers! I downloaded my copy in less than an hour!

Prototype artificial heart unveiled, expected to cost $192k (Engadget)

Nov 2nd 2008 1:13PM Hope Sony doesn't recall the battery. I don't want my heart to explode.

Lily-shaped pads could generate solar energy in Glasgow (Engadget)

May 12th 2008 8:11PM I guess they don't use boats there. Imagine trying to navigate around those things!

Newsflash! Firmware 2.0 hints suggest Apple might be working on a 3G iPhone (Engadget)

May 10th 2008 8:27PM Wow! Article #10258 on 3G iPhone. I wish there was some sort of unofficial apple weblog....

3G iPhone rumors building up steam (Engadget)

Apr 9th 2008 11:16PM I heard it would have a mini nuclear reactor in it. It might give off deadly radiation, cost a fortune, overheat, explode have a recessed headphone jack... but its pretty!!!!

Yahoo and AOL suddenly close to merging? (Engadget)

Apr 9th 2008 11:12PM We might get a few less iPhone stories here on Engadget. That would be a welcome change.

Yahoo and AOL suddenly close to merging? (Engadget)

Apr 9th 2008 11:08PM I agree! What are they smoking over there at Yahoo?

Yahoo and AOL suddenly close to merging? (Engadget)

Apr 9th 2008 11:04PM Is Yahoo is a good position to spend 10 billion on a company that doesnt have a bright outlook? AOL is backing out of the ISP market. AIM isnt what it used to be. Netscape is gone now. AOL has only its ads to fall back on. "Revenue at AOL was down 33 percent for 2007 and 32 percent for the fourth quarter. " If Yahoo buys AOL then I can see why Yahoo is going in the hole!

Painting the town magenta (Engadget)

Apr 1st 2008 8:27PM If people read the letter it doesnt seem as bad as Engadget wants you to beleive. T-Mobile US is not reponsible for this, its their parent company. They are not calling for the banning of all magenta color use! I can somewhat see their point that the color is widely known in the US and UK to represent T-Mobile and that a tech site using the color in their logo spelling out "mobile" could cause some confusion or make people think Engadget is affiliated with T-Mobile. These type of copyrights are not new. Im not taking T-Mobiles side but I think Engadget is taking all of this too far.