Member since: Jan 6th, 2007
Mar 10th 2011 11:51AM android-x86.org is up for me, but they don't have Gingerbread, they only have 2.2.
Nov 30th 2010 10:28AM In the not-so-distant future, Apple will use iOS across the board, even for full-size MacBooks and Shuttleworth is just trying to follow this trend.
Aug 12th 2010 12:10PM I was wondering why Sony was bundling Vaios with Chrome... Now it starts to make sense.
Jul 26th 2010 6:37AM @gargle cuz it's about to be acquired by Hyundai
Jun 11th 2010 11:12AM meh.I got far more enthusiastic when I saw the Boxee remote. This looks like one of those ugly bulky Windows MCE remotes
Jun 11th 2010 9:27AM I was hoping that the MileStone line would stick with the keyboard. Even though it was far from perfect, it's one of the niches to compete against the HTCs and Nexus.
Jun 11th 2010 8:51AM Is it a Japanese thing to operate touch screens with the middle finger?
Jun 8th 2010 8:16AM @mrqs Your argumentation is pure BS,especially if you look at all-electric cars that are already in production like the Telsa, which weighs 2,723 lb, less than most cars on US roads today.As far as pitstops are concerned, unless you work for BP, you should be happy to charge your car in your own garage overnight instead of waisting time lining up at fuel stations.How can you compare hydrogen supply vs battery supply? It doesn't make any sense! A battery will last more than 10 years, which if often as long as the life of your car (especially if it's a Kia) whereas you'll consume electricity to produce Hydrogen every time your tank is empty.
May 30th 2010 3:55PM Would be a good candidate for a Hackintosh
May 26th 2010 7:13AM It doesn't seem to be widely available in the US, but if you find it, I really suggest you give the Scope Node a try. It's very precise, well-built and comfortable. Moreover, the idea of having the laser placed as if you're holding a pen is simply revolutionary. Engadget did a preview at the link below:http://www.engadget.com/2009/03/17/elecoms-scope-node-precision-mouse-its-precise-but-only-in/It comes in wired and wireless flavours and here in Switzerland, I found it for much cheaper than the article states: $30 for the wired and less than $50 for the wireless
Save your tabs and Panorama tab groups in Firefox 4
Amazon Appstore for Android hands-on review: Android Market is in trouble