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iChatAgent process shows up in iPhone OS 4.0 -- video conferencing coming? {TUAW.com}

Apr 8th 2010 6:53PM You called it the "iPhone 4G" and I may be nitpicky, but I'm pretty sure it's just the "iPhone 4". AT&T doesn't even roll out their 4G network until 2011.

Client bug allows you to swap character models {WoW}

Nov 2nd 2009 1:39PM Confirmed on Mac. Took me about 4 tries. Undead hunter FTW!

Exploitation and the demise of Heroic Leap {WoW}

Nov 27th 2008 2:41PM I think you mean Feral Charge (Cat). Pounce is what you usually do immediately after a Feral Charge (Cat).

Countdown to Wrath Giveaway: Day 7 - BlizzCon Polar Bear Mounts {WoW}

Nov 6th 2008 4:07PM Definitely a cool mount, and a cool contest. Thanks, WI.

Breakfast Topic: Unexpected Changes in Patch 3.0.2 {WoW}

Oct 15th 2008 4:21PM Druids' Charm of Swift Flight got nerfed into oblivion. It now reduces the mana cost of casting Swift Flight form instead of increasing flight speed by 10%.

QQ!

Spellpower 101, or how I learned to love unified attributes {WoW}

Oct 14th 2008 4:20PM Not really. Other stats will be on gear, helping determine the usefulness to each type of caster. For example, the Spellfire set has +crit, which is really useful to certain types of casters, like Fire mages. Primal Mooncloth grants +mp5, which is undoubtedly still more useful to healers than DPS. A boomkin would probably want +crit over +mp5, so there will still be itemization between specs.

Obi-Wan the Cursor: little doll tracks your mouse movements {Engadget}

Oct 11th 2006 5:56PM Okay, Engadget just lost several hundred geek points. And yes, we're keeping track. Every pro-Zune post costs about 50 points, and this one had to have at least 500 points.

I would venture to say the Engadget isn't run by geeks at all, but corporate advertisers trying to win the hearts of early adopters