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GE's LED light bulbs look cool, last forever, cost a lot (Engadget)

Apr 13th 2010 10:51AM @aamp Totally agree. It's difficult to see the new bulb takes off if the price difference remains high.

Canon aims to register the .canon domain. Will others follow suit? (Download Squad)

Mar 17th 2010 12:26PM When will ICANN realise that the existing extensions are more than enough. How many of us have ever visited a .coop or .pro site? Have you ever booked a flight on a .aero or .travel site? What's the point of having a .museum TLD that most people have never heard of it?

How to create a US iTunes App Store account when you're not in the US (Download Squad)

Mar 6th 2010 3:21AM Well. That's how Apple makes money. They charge different amount from customers in different country. For example a song may cost 99 cents in the US, but 99 pence in the UK. A universal currency would mean Apple's pricing become more transparent (like the problem they were facing in the EU.). And that's what they don't want to see happening again.

Open source Songbird to begin shipping with millions of MP3 players (Download Squad)

Jan 5th 2010 10:57AM I am not an Mac or iPod fan. But honestly, do Philips actually sell "millions of" GoGear media players?

Is Google Voice going to be the next Skype? (Download Squad)

Dec 30th 2009 10:33PM I really hope Google could reach some sort of deal with RIM in 2010 to allow real VoIP over 3G with Google Voice on BlackBerry.

Backupify offers free lifetime backups of GMail, Flickr, Twitter* (Download Squad)

Dec 22nd 2009 1:56PM Ironic: Because, let's be honest, they are more likely to shut down than most of the services they offer to backup.

VeriFone Payware Mobile iPhone peripheral looking ready to square off with, er, Square (Engadget)

Dec 10th 2009 10:17PM @amjp I was wondering about the same thing. Even if I am willing to let someone swipe my credit card on his phone, there is no way I am going to enter my PIN on his phone.

RealNetworks brings COLLAPSE! to practically every platform (Download Squad)

Dec 10th 2009 10:11PM At first glance I thought it reads "RealNetworks COLLAPSED." Sigh... safe!

USB 3.0 ExpressCard adapter promises more than it can deliver (Engadget)

Dec 7th 2009 11:34AM If you are stuck with a laptop without USB 3.0 ports, but have a device that supports USB 3.0. Isn't having 2.5Gbps better than only 480Mbps? (Especially if you can charge it on your corporate credit card.) And trust me, asking for £39 for an ExpressCard peripheral isn't really that bizarre on the British high street.