Jun 22nd 2011 10:53PM Jhazrun asserts his AA/A preference to 25m, where all of his experience comes from.
Nov 11th 2010 4:13PM As much as it pains me to say this, Digg is no longer relevant.
Nov 10th 2010 6:36PM What I fail to get is how RockMelt should have been like this? The interface on RockMelt feels a lot more intuitive, instant, and integrated into the web browser experience. I wasn't a fan of Flock, but RM seems to work well at what it's supposed to do. While the left bar only supports Facebook chat, it's a superb chat client, for a web browser. The RSS reader on the right side is almost perfect and the Facebook search integration is interesting.
Aug 17th 2009 2:04PM Oh dear, could I watch from one of your streams? =)
Jul 25th 2009 4:45AM I shouldn't say it, but I must. A deep confession of disastrous proportions, my absolute most favorite part of the WoW Insider Show? Every single damn time Turpster opens his mouth. I mean, who doesn't love his witty tone and oh so masculine accent? Turpster is the embodiment of WoW itself, addictive and oh so entertaining.
Turpster, Turptastic, or Turpentine (as I like to call him) keeps me listening the most. Oh the rest of the cast are amazing too, but Turpster is like the Black War Mammoth amongst Kodo mounts.
Keep up the great work guys!
Jul 4th 2009 10:33PM Canadian here! Sign me up.
As for fireworks... all of them dazzle me!
Mar 13th 2009 10:18AM Who said this computer was sturdy? My worst computer buy ever.
The build quality is nothing like the other Lenovo. The screen bezel separates, the latch breaks, the pen gets stuck, and after shipping it to warranty, they fix nothing and even ruin your stickers. Beware.
Jul 1st 2007 1:06AM I'm actually seriously considering the Meizu M8, it's looking quite good. That is assuming they carry through, do not bloat on pricing, and allow development.
Jul 1st 2007 1:05AM The function is visible with things such as the "pinch" motion to enlarge or shrink images and such.
Jun 30th 2007 12:41PM What I'm looking forward to in my new iPhone:
The ability to show off to everyone (who doesn't have one) in town,
The ability to view Youtube on-the-go,
The fun of browsing the complete Engadget in the great outdoors,
The absolute bliss of having Mac OS X in my pocket,
The ability to slide, glide, and pinch,
Playing with coverflow for a few hours,
Start an in-the-city, written from iPhone, blog,
Feeling that good glass and that beautiful screen,
Licking the casing to claim my prize,
Watching some movies on the crisp screen,
Pinching the earphones to answer a phone call,
Killing some time on Google Earth,
Accessing my entire phone book easily, and through links,
Enjoying the keyboard,
Connected to friends and business, with email in my pocket,
Sending text messages with an iChat user interface,
Trying out some iPhone widgets,
and spending countless hours playing with the accelerometer!
Thank you, Engadget!