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Bryant

Member since: Feb 23rd, 2008

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Engadget176 Comments
Download Squad3 Comments
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Engadget arrives at E3 2009! (Engadget)

Jun 1st 2009 12:33AM Oh hey cool, E3 is back to normal.

Microsoft's Zune HD shipping on September 5th? (Engadget)

May 31st 2009 5:25PM That one was manhandled.

Anyway, Paul tends to be right with most of the dates he gives, so I'm willing to roll with this one, especially since Zune HD is basically done (barring some last minute fixes).

Microsoft showing off Windows 7-powered Viliv S5 MID at Computex (Engadget)

May 31st 2009 3:36PM Jake, Windows actually gets faster once it goes RTM. Pre-release builds have tons of debug code used to analyze things whenever something goes wrong, and that's just in the FRE builds (the ones everyone has). The CHK builds are even more loaded.

Nice try at trolling, though.

VIDEO: Kia Soul aces Euro NCAP crash tests (Autoblog)

May 30th 2009 5:12PM That was unexpected.

Video: Sony's PSP Go leaks out before E3, is obviously a go (Engadget)

May 30th 2009 12:19PM The artist's render was much better as a PMP. This looks... like crap.

Zune HD is official, heading your way this Fall (Engadget)

May 26th 2009 9:37PM Actually, taking timezones into account, it's less than one hour, but the point is still the same. Go troll someone else.

Zune HD is official, heading your way this Fall (Engadget)

May 26th 2009 9:36PM @GizmodoEngadget

Troll. If you're concerned about timing, Gizmodo was beaten by more than three hours.
http://news.cnet.com/8301-13860_3-10249364-56.html

Electric female string quartet Bond creates mini-album for Peugeot [w/VIDEO] (Autoblog)

May 26th 2009 12:19AM Minor detail: Daimler has Air Scarf on the Mercedes Benz SLK as well.

Microsoft publishes maximum Windows 7 netbooks specs (Engadget)

May 23rd 2009 5:00PM "when you've paid for the use of the software, where you put it is none of their business."

Yes it is. It's part of the terms you agreed to when you've paid to use the software. If it was told to you *after* you paid, that would be a different story.

Chevy to launch limited edition Bumblebee Camaro? (Autoblog)

May 20th 2009 7:08PM This is pathetic. If you're going to do a brand job, don't half-ass it.

GM hasn't learned anything, it seems.

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