Jul 25th 2011 10:09AM Christian, even if you are being attacked by massive chickens of doom with lazy beams on their heads, don't let this guy write for your column again. It was atrocious, easily the worst AB I've ever read.
Jul 21st 2011 2:03PM This is an awful post. Basically condones griefing.
Apr 20th 2011 9:37AM Fantastic post. I to, would like the return to the Burning Crusade server only model. I'm a mage, but even I prefered the reputation aspect of back then. I knew which tanks/healers were to be played with/avoided and in turn I had to work hard to do my crowd-control/decursing for a chance to be invitied back but those healers and tanks who were good. You build respect for players, something that the continent wide dungeon finder doesn't offer.
Nov 11th 2010 1:11PM Whilst the maker of Auctioneer were sitting on their hands, i too went looking elsewhere. Someone on Twitter recommended Auctionator so i tried and i haven't looked back. It's lightweight, quick and extremely efficent. I doubt i'll go back to Auctioneer again now i've discovered this.
May 8th 2010 12:31PM The last slider I had was the Samsung D500 way back when. For me a slider doesn't suit me and rim hit the form factor perfectly with the Bold 9700.
As for the operating system. I liked OS5. Yes it isn't fancy and can't do some of the stuff that the iPhone OS and Android can do, but it does what it needs to.
Anyway I digress. If Rim spec this phone out correctly then I can see it being very popular.
Apr 9th 2010 4:57AM All these recent announcements are magical and really revolutionary. I wonder what 2007 will bring us.
Apr 8th 2010 1:12PM Apple making up figures about the online use in North America i see.
Apr 8th 2010 4:50AM Nexus One owner in the UK here. Have zero issues, the odd occasional but nothing out of the ordinary. Have had mine for 2 months and a very happy user. The only thing I miss is the amazing physical keyboard on my old bold 9700. But for me typing on the N1 is very nice and pleasant.
Apr 7th 2010 4:29PM So now there will be a new Ipad round up to fit in this app review. Then we will need a round up of the round up, followed by a round up of the round up of the app review?
Apr 6th 2010 2:41AM Like I've said before. Engadget completely misses the point when it comes to this "exclude" thing. I like reading about Apple but the amount of irrelevant articles really over saturated the website over the last few days.
An article about someone waiting outside the store. Was that really needed? No, not in my opinion. An article about how to buy your ipad. Again not needed. Numerous articles about apps? Why not just have them in one article and reduce the clutter. I'm now expected the same treatment for Android when their next major product is released.
Like I said I don't mind reading about Apple and certainly don't want to use the "exclude" option but sometimes a bit of balance and a bit of common sense is needed.