Member since: Oct 1st, 2008
Jul 15th 2010 10:58AM He then died.
Jan 18th 2010 12:54PM I'm going to be the first to call this one: they're unveiling the Apple Toaster. The Toastertosh.
Jan 15th 2010 10:37AM I don't think there's much concern here. The iPhone may have 100,000+ apps, but a tiny minority of them account for a tremendous majority of downloads. Any newcomer need only attract developers to replicate those blockbusters initially in order to start competing viably on that margin.In my mind the best path to making the handset market supercompetitive is to move more and more content into mobile web standards rather than native handset applications.
Dec 3rd 2009 4:52PM Are you really going to start drawing conclusions from a study that had a sample size of 15? What a lot of garbage.
Nov 20th 2009 5:25PM What Google needs to do is optimize Blogger for those three platforms, not its Google News page. Wordpress is so much nicer to read on my Pre than any blogger blog!
Oct 6th 2009 4:40PM No. In the long run I think they'll make the money back, either directly through revenue generated on the site, or indirectly through all the new search data they're able to get from it (after all, more search queries are performed on YouTube in a given day than on Yahoo!)
Sep 3rd 2009 10:46PM It was the best of times it was the blurst of times
Jun 22nd 2009 12:09PM You guys are awesome!How to fix the world economy: Wireless mesh networks + Opera Unite = superconnected utopia.
Mar 9th 2009 1:16PM Fortunately there is a new platform that will blog ereaders out of the water:http://www.penny-arcade.com/comic/2009/3/9/progress/
Jan 28th 2009 3:37PM By far the best analysis of this whole thing I've read anywhere. I'm glad you've got a couple of sharp legal minds over there at Engadget! :)
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