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NVIDIA GTX 465 detailed ahead of June 1 launch, GTX 460 also rumored {Engadget}

May 20th 2010 11:18AM @CommentSystem tomshardware.com periodically compares cards based on price/performance, you should check it out.

HDTV tests pit fantasy land specs against real world performance -- guess what happens {Engadget HD}

May 19th 2010 1:52AM Even tho I can clearly see a difference between 60Hz and 100Hz, most tv specs are just blown up numbers meant to fool the customer into thinking that it's superior to its competitors, just like any other business really. That's why you still need to go down to your local tv shop and actually watch for yourself and compare with your own eyes.

ThinkPad Edge beats Vostro V13 in LCD stress test (video) {Engadget}

Apr 26th 2010 11:27AM This is pure crap propaganda vaguely disguised as news and engadget shouldn't bother reporting on it. Not that I have anything against Lenovo, but this says nothing about their laptops durability. They might've run this test again loads of other brands to find someone to compare against, we're not sure they applied the exact same pressure or spent hours finding the weak spot in the Dell laptop

NVIDIA GeForce GTX 480 4-way SLI exemplifies law of diminishing returns {Engadget}

Apr 26th 2010 6:01AM @Atkins In a way, it is a heater

Kingston's 2,400MHz HyperX memory kit offers the world's fastest Intel-certified RAM {Engadget}

Mar 16th 2010 7:40AM @pickleJar That's about as intelligent as to say that you don't need a chassis fan in computers cause they don't get that warm. If you're running 2400OMGhz RAM sticks you've probably got lots of other top-of-the-line components (SLI/Crossfire, RAID drives etc) generating heat, creating a higher ambient temp.

Verayo launches next-generation of 'unclonable' RFID chips, hackers get wide-eyed {Engadget}

Mar 8th 2010 12:12PM @scottix It is incorrect in that they cannot guarantee what technologies will be available in the future. You can only prove that it is hackable, not that it's unhackable, same goes for all scientific theories.

Quotient system electronically diagnoses ADHD, oh look a bunny {Engadget}

Feb 12th 2010 9:54AM @cjwild Then what would the FDA do, actual regulations? HAH!