Member since: Mar 6th, 2008
Jun 18th 2010 11:32PM Bah! We all know your game, Zukerman. You Dropbox fanboys are all the same, always trying to hate on GoodSync Explorer! ;p
Mar 20th 2009 9:57AM With the way our government is currently behaving, $2.4 Billion will get you a loaf of bread in about a year, so that would be pretty cheap for an electric car.
Jul 12th 2008 1:18PM As an avid reader of the 'Linux switch' articles, could I respectfully ask that you maybe intersperse these html editor articles with articles on other Linux things? I mean I'm all for Linux HTML editors, but there are so many other subjects! :)
Apr 18th 2008 8:13PM This is when the environazis will finally remember that water vapor is the most prevalent greenhouse gas, thus telling us that we'll need to be 'water neutral' and buy 'water credits' because it's water that's causing the earth to warm .Come to think of it, it's more believable than the carbon thing...
Apr 18th 2008 8:48AM Is this really news? Didn't they do this years ago? RH9 was the last 'consumer' release. That was what, like 4 years ago? Then they put out RHEL for a fee and pawned off their beta testing (Fedora) for RHEL on the 'consumers'. What am I missing?
Apr 17th 2008 10:09AM They should totally have a 'tree-hugger' option, so you don't have to have your conscience burdened with so much packing material. They should even charge you extra for it, just so you can really feel like you're doing something to save the planet. So, your laptop might arrive in several pieces, but that's a small price to pay for being proactive in saving the planet from evil packing materials.
Apr 17th 2008 9:47AM Could Engaget join this century and make it so we don't have to click to an entirely new page with nothing else on it to view the gallery? Since you guys are redesigning things, how about addressing how the gallery usability is teh suck.
Apr 14th 2008 10:02AM Crow T. Robot LIVES!!!
Apr 10th 2008 5:47PM I have to do a lot of traveling surfing on Engadget for work, so I would use it on the road/train everywhere to check email and watch movies, etc Engadget..There, fixed it. :D
Apr 1st 2008 2:08PM "We're pretty sure that's MSI's Wind PC on display in Shanghai for Intel's Developer Forum."Looks more like a 3d render of it to me.
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