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Jay's 10 favorite iPhone apps of 2009 (Download Squad)

Jan 1st 2010 12:01AM The combination of Dragon Dictation and Pastebot is killer. Both apps are indispensable.

Google app for voice search.

How would you change Nikon's D90? (Engadget)

Oct 10th 2008 10:55PM Faster focusing in Live View and autofocus for video. Otherwise, I've been loving mine.

High ISO performance is unbelievable and I'm digging the responsiveness of this camera.

Nikon D90 unboxing and hands-on (Engadget)

Oct 4th 2008 5:22PM Why would you want live view? For pictures like this:

SATA / CF / IDE to USB 2.0 Bridge Adapter is way handy (Engadget)

Jun 17th 2008 11:18PM USB Mass Storage is compatible with Mac.

Microsoft turns the DRM screw on MSN Music owners (Engadget)

Apr 23rd 2008 11:39AM Microsoft is sitting on a large enough pile of cash that they could offer replacement songs from their Zune music store.

A few million dollars will buy them loyalty. Saying, "sorry but you're SOL" buys Amazon or Apple new customers.

Apple and Sony stores face off in the New York Times (Engadget)

May 29th 2007 12:46AM Same experience in San Antonio. Walk past the empty Sony store to the packed Apple Store.

Not talking merits...just facts.

Nintendo's Wii: a marriage saver? (Engadget)

May 14th 2007 12:43AM That church is about 2 miles from my house.

Joost still in closed beta, but announces unlimited invites (Download Squad)

May 1st 2007 11:46PM I'd love a Joost invitation.


GPSPrevent intros GPS-enabled G200 speed zone warning detector (Engadget)

Feb 28th 2007 4:23PM [i]Morons that cant drive behind the wheel are more of a threat then someone who speeds and can control their vehicle at that speed.[/i]

Yuppers. That is very true but is only relevant if someone was selling a slow driving moron detector. The GPS Speedzone Warning Detector is to help speeders avoid tickets.

The indisputable fact (you demonstrated that you agree with this) is that accidents are more likely when people are driving at a wide range of speeds on the same road. Between the slow driving morons and the idiot speeders, accidents happen. It's safest if everyone is driving between a reasonable range of the posted speed limit.

Do you have children? I have three.

GPSPrevent intros GPS-enabled G200 speed zone warning detector (Engadget)

Feb 28th 2007 12:31PM Set your cruise control 5-8 mph over the speed limit and enjoy some good music...and save a life.