Member since: Jul 25th, 2005
Apr 5th 2010 1:10PM win win win
Mar 12th 2010 9:29PM well so far I'm intrigued by the canary wireless device and the zyair wi-fi finder (although the later seems a bit confusing from the ebay listing . . I'll have to do some research). I downloaded the wifi analyzer app for my G1 and it seems to do a pretty good job. The only problem with using my phone is that I often have wifi turned off to preserve battery life. I'd also prefer not to have to navigate menus and apps etc. Ideally I want something i can just clip to my bag and glance at if i find myself in a place with unknown wifi options. Even some places on campus the signal is better than others, so it would be nice to know when and where I can connect.thanks for the suggestions, i think one of those devices might just fit my needs!-Mitchellp.s. I'm also impressed - i expected to get many more "why don't you just turn on your laptop" suggestions. the answer to that question seems obvious to me . . .
Mar 3rd 2010 4:12PM If it's a severed head I'll be very upset. Jk, I'll like that too
Jan 27th 2010 11:32PM @tpbftw why so shocked at what you get for the money? value is not something apple has ever really been known for.
Jan 27th 2010 5:20PM No flash, no multitasking, no camera - plenty of screwing the pooch.this thing is a joke, right?
Jan 25th 2010 10:47AM "It's a tricky subject:" It's not a tricky subject."should these five countries be persecuted because of the extreme actions enacted by a tiny percentage of their population?"No.That wasn't so hard was it?
Jan 25th 2010 10:40AM sweet fancy moses that thing looks like the dual-shock's obese cousin.
Jan 25th 2010 10:37AM I am hoping I can count on engadget to let us know as soon as someone decides to actually make this thing. I'd buy two! Functional and portable laptop for under 200? Sold.
Jan 11th 2007 9:06PM yeah, I have no idea how people get 47,000 score - highest I can get is just over 3,000!
Jul 25th 2005 2:06AM open office people!
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