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Wi-Fi Sync app rejected by Apple, headed to Cydia for $9.99 {Engadget}

May 14th 2010 9:55AM "it does encroach upon the boundaries"

Officer: "Do you know why I pulled you over?"
Driver: "Not really, I was only going 63."
Officer: "The posted speed is 65 and you were encroaching that limit."
Driver: "Why don't you just make the speed limit 62?"
Officer: "You fix'n to get tazed, Boy?"

Xbox 360 USB data storage announced, coming April 6 {Joystiq}

Mar 26th 2010 11:45AM I wonder if we can trick it into working with the HSTi Media Stick (http://www.engadget.com/2010/01/10/hsti-wireless-media-stick-hands-on/) and share my saves with both my Xbox's over the network without having to swap a memory card back an forth.

Probably not.

Hulu's subscription service might run $5 for access to select shows {Engadget}

Jan 22nd 2010 9:14AM @ROFL
For some reason I read your post as "Battletoads of Fail".
I got really excited about a new Saturday morning cartoon for a second there. It must be early.

HDHomeRun developing a dual CableCARD network tuner for $249 {Engadget}

Jan 7th 2010 9:47AM @jmcguire525
Agreed. For my set up two of these would be preferred over one Ceton 4 tuner card. And for only $100 more.
Of course you would need two CableCARDs, around here Comcast gives the first free but each additional is $3 a month.

Plus if Microsoft opens up 6 tuners for retail Win 7 (or a hack is available), then it would only be $249 for an additional two tuners rather than having to buy a whole new Ceton card and sell the 4 tuner on EBay.

Why you don't have freedom of speech in WoW {WoW}

Dec 15th 2009 3:09PM Blizzard has a public forum?

I don't know about you but Blizzard makes me log in to my account whenever I want to post.

And when I go to set up said account I have to agree to the "Terms of Service", which is one of the main sticking points of this article.

Confused school district fires sysadmin for running SETI@home: 'As an educational institution we do not support the search for E.T.' {Engadget}

Dec 2nd 2009 4:13PM That is true, but in this case the superintendent said they "certainly would have supported cancer research". Which to me says that the draw on electricity and resources would have been fine, as long as the research was for something "important". I bet you E.T. knows the cure for cancer, if only there were some why to find him...

Superintendent - "School computers are for school related work only!!"

Fring brings one-way video calling to the iPhone {Engadget}

Dec 1st 2009 1:57PM "as this one doesn't support calls on 3G"

Shouldn't that read:
"as this 3G network doesn't support video calls."

Dutch hacker seeks out jailbroken iPhones for fame and fortune {Engadget}

Nov 4th 2009 8:50AM @Aaron via @silenceikillyou

Or they would have been smart enough to change the root and mobile passwords.

Every jailbreaker with half a brain has known about this "security hole" sine 1.0. Quick Google turns up this post from 2007 (http://www.ipodtouchfans.com/forums/showthread.php?t=2166).

So this guy isn't saying anything new. He's just a douche.