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Gold Capped: Patch 4.0.1 fallout for cooldowns, addons and glyphs {WoW}

Oct 14th 2010 8:54PM I made 6k gold from patch day selling gems. On my server, gems shot back up to about 200g a pop.

Scattered Shots: 4.0.1 hunter builds and rotations {WoW}

Oct 14th 2010 8:34PM My Marksman build is a bit better IMO. In beast master tree, instead of putting points into what you did, put it into pet focus regen, and whatever pet you have, make sure you have wild hunt, HUGE dps boost with that 60% pet damage buff.

Do you hate Apple news? {Engadget}

Jan 30th 2010 6:08PM This is more or less an immature jab by engadget's writing team to poke fun at the commenter's who think the writing staff is jilted in favoring Apple over just about everything else.

Apple iPad first hands-on! (update: video!) {Engadget}

Jan 27th 2010 6:03PM Wow Apple, you just keep disappointing.

---What you gave us---

An iPhone OS??
Huge bezel
Unknown RAM
Unknown GFX chip (probably the same as 3G)
And only a dock connector.

---What we wanted---

- Full Mac OS X or a tweaked version

- Not such a clunky design. Yes, the bezel is there to keep from mis registering, but it looks like crap.

- And for hardware, we wanted something that could actually be useful. Christ, the current Macbook with it's relatively low specs could out power this by a long shot! Not only that, but use ION! or use the 9400m chipset you've used in EVERY ONE OF YOUR COMPUTERS.

Honestly, I was hoping for a show stopper, but this thing is just pathetic. I'd rather go get an EEE with an ION built into it so I could actually do something besides surf email and use the app store.

Hivision's $149 Android-based netbook reminds us we're not really shopping for a netbook right now {Engadget}

Jan 13th 2010 1:20PM I don't want a fast than my phone is that more a computer

Google to stop censoring Chinese search results, will "review the feasibility" of Chinese business operations {Engadget}

Jan 13th 2010 1:12PM @shadowKill
No actually, it's not. If you knew anything about how computers work internally, you would know better than to think that could happen. Do you think when it's sent here there is no inspection? You think that people wouldn't notice extra packets being sent to an unknown source? That for sure would be notice by most anti-malware software. And a chip to turn things off before an attack? Once again, relies on a connection of some sort to get the signal, so once again, not gonna happen.

Try to read up and learn about what you're talking about instead of just letting words spew from your vocal cavity.

Viliv's HD5 PMP leaked ahead of CES, packs Windows CE, 32GB of storage {Engadget}

Jan 13th 2010 12:49PM To everyone bitching about CE: Windows CE is still regularly updated, and 6.0 is out now (meaning the kernel of course). This means of course that the interface can be skinned to whatever the manufacturer likes. Oh, and I've seen a windows CE device running 1080p playback, so it's time to wisen up kiddos.

Nexus One previewed with Flash 10.1 beta: careful what you wish for (video) {Engadget}

Jan 6th 2010 1:39AM I have only set up this account to simply let the engadget team know, this is my official choice for not reading engadget further. This bias towards Apple's iAnything has just gone too far, we, as readers, don't want to hear a constant jilted and sarcastic opinion. It should be a fair and un-tipped opinion on the actual hardware. Every time I see anything about a new phone, I only hear how it compares to an iPhone, and that is all well in fine to compare in terms of features and speed. But, if someone is reviewing anything other than an iPhone, a constant smartass and sarcastic tone is always present. Just like the review from the other day, on browser speed comparison between the Droid, Nexus One, and iPhone on an iPhone optimized page. Funny how in the ACID browser tests how many errors can be seen on Engadget. Try loading up other sites and comparing, try having a reviewer that doesn't make sarcastic tones and smartass remarks.

The title to this article actually made me anticipate a slow and buggy performance, and yet I was greeted with a game that ran well, and video that was smooth. But of course you can manage to throw in the patented Engadget's Apple iSarcasm (r) in the mix and whore out Apple a little bit more.

I understand that I am just one reader, and me refusing to read any further will impact just about nothing, but reading the comments above me I can see you have angered quite a few people, it's time to reevaluate your staff and get an objective point of view.