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Disc-free Netflix hits the PS3 next week, with 1080p and surround sound support (Download Squad)

Oct 14th 2010 5:39PM It may be 1080p, but the quality will still be crappy compared to blu-ray.

Don't get me wrong, I love me my Netflix streaming, but if I want to watch something with high quality visual blu-ray always wins.

Google's Schmidt boasts 200K Android devices sold daily, waxes intellectual on society and technology (Engadget)

Aug 5th 2010 12:52AM I'm not all that surprised. There are many reasons people are buying Android devices, but the most surprising thing to me is how many people are leaving their iPhones for Android, and loving it.

Intel and GE form healthcare joint venture, sluggish Atom-powered home servants on the way (Engadget)

Aug 4th 2010 9:40AM @Sheldon:

I think people have gotten it stuck in their minds that they need some suped up multi-core processor to do even the most miniscule task.

Have people truly forgotten about all the computing that was done quite efficiently before i3's, i5's and all this multi-core for multi-tasking madness.

It's very unlikely these devices are going to be running the latest versions of any common OS. They're probably going to be running dedicated software that is optimized for the hardware and runs qutie efficiently. When you do that you don't need the latest and greatest hardware. I would highly suspect the Atom will work just fine.

FaceTime 3G data consumption tested: about 3MB per minute (Engadget)

Aug 4th 2010 9:35AM "Then again, we'd be remiss not to note that Fring does it at a claimed 1MB a minute and sans the jailbreak -- but who are we to begrudge having more options?"

I guarantee if we turned the tables on this and Fring used 3MB per minute and FaceTime 1MB you would be all over Fring claiming how sucky it was. Once again making excuses for Apple I see.

Apple's Lala music team working on video streaming service for 2010 launch? (Engadget)

Aug 3rd 2010 3:22PM @Jack:

You're making me laugh so much it hurts. Stop, please.

I guess I can't be critical of a company, even if I own thousands of dollars worth of their products. (I'm talking about Apple by the way).

In fact..I own more Apple prodcuts than Microsoft products.

But yup, the only reason I'm saying this is because it's Apple. You're right. You know me better than I do.

Point me to articles on Engadget of them talking about Google building a data center or Microsoft building one and I'll say the same thing. I've never personally seen them exist here, so how am I to say anything?

Apple's Lala music team working on video streaming service for 2010 launch? (Engadget)

Aug 3rd 2010 12:43PM @Jack:

Haha wow man shut the f up! I feel exactly the same way about any company who would do that.

Don't worry, your precious Apple is just as bad as any other company. I can tell you are obviously a huge fangirl the way you instantly jumped to the conclusion I wouldn't feel the same if it was Microsoft.

Yet, look at that picture. Look at this story. Is it about ANY company building a huge data center other than Apple? Do you see any other companies listed here?

So once again, thanks Apple.

Apple's Lala music team working on video streaming service for 2010 launch? (Engadget)

Aug 3rd 2010 10:09AM @DarthGeek:

So sad, look at all that beautiful land surrounding it and what's right in the middle of it? A big f'n ugly data center.

Thanks again, Apple.

WSJ reports Microsoft diluted IE8's privacy features to appease advertisers inside and outside the company (Engadget)

Aug 2nd 2010 3:09PM @Kloc:

So you use InPrivate Filtering every time you open IE then, eh?

WSJ reports Microsoft diluted IE8's privacy features to appease advertisers inside and outside the company (Engadget)

Aug 2nd 2010 3:08PM @DoctarPeppar:

I can't even begin to tell you how many times I've almost been given a heartattack by talking ads because my speakers were turned on and up.

F those ads!