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Apple seeds third build of Lion Developer Preview 2 (TUAW.com)

Apr 29th 2011 8:18PM I thought it was working, just not officially.

Audi A9 to come with two doors before four? (Autoblog)

Mar 23rd 2011 1:02PM So uh... how do you see out the windshield?

Study: Auto business loves spam more than any other industry (Autoblog)

Mar 16th 2011 8:35PM "If you have an email address and use the internet, you will get spammed. Most likely numerous times throughout the day."

Not true if you're smart about who you give your email out to and aren't afraid to delete compromised email accounts.

Ralph Nader calls out Toyota on R&D spending (Autoblog)

Oct 17th 2010 2:19PM Isn't it Toyota's business how they spend their money?

Five things average users will love about Internet Explorer 9 (Download Squad)

Sep 16th 2010 3:01PM It's great that it's got nearly complete CSS standards support, but what sucks now is that it doesn't support XP (by FAR Microsoft's most widely used OS) so what good will it do to us web developers?

PS I had a problem where IE9 wouldn't show graphics in Parallels (both Parallels 5 and 6). The solution was to disable GPU graphics in the Internet options.

Augmented reality driving app for iPhone shows promise (Autoblog)

Aug 27th 2010 3:20PM Wait, why do you assume it will use so much bandwidth? The iPhone only needs to use the info from its camera to display the augmented reality, and as for speed traps and the like, it can download all that info as a small file.

Robotic yellow submarine finds massive river under the sea, tons of other trippy stuff (Engadget)

Aug 16th 2010 1:01PM @Programmer The sub runs on android, obviously.

Robot arm learns to flip pancakes, can never know the joys of tasting one (Engadget)

Jul 27th 2010 2:41PM @Gavin M Complain to the people who made the video in Flash rather than both Flash and HTML5. Or complain to Apple that they don't allow flash. But I don't see how you can expect Engadget to make some magic app that turns hosted Vimeo videos that they embed into their posts viewable on iPhones.