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First screens of Platinum's Vanquish aren't doing it for us {Joystiq}

Mar 4th 2010 11:05AM It might not be the prettiest game, but from the Eurogamer writeup, it sounds damn fun. We'll just have to see how they do the controls.

Install0us, pirated iPhone app installer is shutting down {Download Squad}

Jan 29th 2010 10:32AM's a blog, not a news site.

The battle escalates: Nokia files patent infringement complaint against Apple {}

Dec 29th 2009 3:27PM Poor Nokia. An icon of times long gone.

Drobo supersizes product line with the new, faster Drobo S and DroboElite {}

Nov 23rd 2009 9:37AM Unfortunately, most companies that target businesses, no matter how small, will jack up their prices because they can.

AT&T 'hits' back at Verizon's Map for That campaign with an 'ad' of its own {Engadget}

Nov 18th 2009 8:39PM I talk and surf the web at the same time a lot. I didn't actually know EV-DO couldn't do that, but that'll definitely keep me away from Verizon (besides all the other shitty things Verizon tends to do).

Apple welcomes Windows 7 the only way it knows how, with a new commercial (video, updated) {Engadget}

Oct 22nd 2009 9:56PM +1. The insecurity of Engadget comment raters knows no bounds.

Apple patent application reveals ad-supported OS, desktop Armageddon {Engadget}

Oct 22nd 2009 10:01AM It's just another one of those crazy patents Apple puts out there that will never see the light of day. Now they're just keeping Microsoft from doing it, because you know they were going to at some point (just look at the Xbox 360 and Zune HD). You're welcome, Windows fanboys.

USB 3.0 held back by lack of Intel chipset support? {Engadget}

Oct 22nd 2009 9:11AM Good. I say bring on the Light Peak and leave USB 3.0 to rot.

World Wide Web creator sorry for the '//' and other things that don't matter {Engadget}

Oct 15th 2009 10:34PM Well, http:// was necessarily, or at least some protocol identifer. The www. wasn't necessary, but I don't think that was Tim's doing and it's becoming less and less prominent as people realize "Oh, right, that was kinda stupid."

Phil Schiller on Windows 7: 'No matter how you look at it, it's still Windows' {Engadget}

Oct 15th 2009 1:32PM Says the tech-savvy person commenting on Engadget.

Reality: most people want simplicity. Dumb users frustrate me too, but there are people that make a living off of them (read: IT departments/consultants).

Sidenote: I like technology and I use a Mac. Know why? I like it more, and that's all it really boils down too. I'm fine with Apple being in a niche as long as they still make a profit (which they do, very much so).