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iOS Browser Review: iCab Mobile (Download Squad)

Oct 19th 2010 4:29PM Best mobile browsers? WRONG! maybe for iOS but not overall. besides safari runs like crap on older iphones.

OU professor submerses laptop in liquid nitrogen, smashes it to prove a point (video) (Engadget)

Feb 22nd 2010 3:52PM I have known Kieran for a long time, still think he looks like Harold Ramis... He never likes it when i ask him were slimmer is.

Engadget's recession antidote: win an HP TouchSmart IQ527! (Engadget)

Jul 30th 2009 12:35PM Oh i am sure i can get picked this time!

The editor-in-chief giveaway: Win Ryan Block's swag (Engadget)

Aug 24th 2008 8:41PM Depends on how much my wife lets me keep that i keep!

No Windows? Use Linux, Intel Macs for PC Gaming with CrossOver (Joystiq)

May 23rd 2008 1:47PM http://www.transgaming.com/ for the linux side of things this is much better then crossover, been using it for years.

DualShock 3 trickles out to US retailers (Engadget)

Apr 8th 2008 9:40AM @sinjinn,

from phil "We have no plans to do so in the standard controller that ships with PlayStation 3. I believe that the Sixaxis controller offers game designers and developers far more opportunity for future innovation than rumble ever did. Now, rumble I think was the last generation feature; it's not the next-generation feature."


so yes they thought it was old technology.

DualShock 3 trickles out to US retailers (Engadget)

Apr 7th 2008 11:15AM @TubeTop100

What does the DS lite have anything to do with it?

DualShock 3 trickles out to US retailers (Engadget)

Apr 7th 2008 10:17AM Funny, Sony comes out with the more expensive console, tells you that rumble is old technology and isn't for this generation of consoles, then a year later comes out with a rumble controller and charges you 56 bucks for what they had called "old technology". So they get what another 112 bucks out of everyone who bought the "new technology" and now want to go back to the "old technology" so early adopters now just spent over $800 for a current generation system, ouch. How can Sony charge this much for "old technology"