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New Amazon Kindle announced: $139 WiFi-only version and $189 3G model available August 27th in the US and UK {Engadget}

Jul 29th 2010 1:18PM @Matarsak Actually, they started with Sprint, then moved to AT&T for the current Kindle 2 international version (likely so they could have a GSM model that worked internationally)

New Amazon Kindle announced: $139 WiFi-only version and $189 3G model available August 27th in the US and UK {Engadget}

Jul 29th 2010 1:14PM @Dannyp32 And I prefer reading on the kindle. No pages to hold, and no bookmarks to keep. Isn't it great to have choices? :)

AT&T makes sweeping changes to data plans, iPhone tethering coming at OS 4 launch {Engadget}

Jun 3rd 2010 7:56AM @CL
I do not defend AT&T's pricing change, but it [i]could[/i] be benefiting the people who always use way less than 2gb / month (since they will be paying $5 less / month), but screwing the people who use more (the so-called 2% of users) by at LEAST an extra $5 per month.

Also, if 98% are using less than 2gb per month, why should they care about lowering the cap to 2gb? If 98% of users used less than 500MB you can be sure that's what the new cap would have been.

AT&T makes sweeping changes to data plans, iPhone tethering coming at OS 4 launch {Engadget}

Jun 2nd 2010 7:45AM @Mentat

"What's the point of tethering an iPhone if you can't surf the web and get email. Do that a few times a week and weekends and you'll approach 2GB. "

He's talking about tethering, and I would think that laptops connected to that would definitely be running flash, etc.

Steam for Mac beta reveals possible Linux compatibility in the pipeline, penguins rejoice {Engadget}

Apr 23rd 2010 7:36PM @brokensticks
I hope it gets to the point where application wrappers have a hard time justifying their existence. That means either the regular ol' native applications are doing a good enough job, or the specific apps that people need are officially ported over to the platform. Either way, it's a win for lots of people :)

Novatel NovaDrive cloud-based unlimited storage preview {Engadget}

Mar 29th 2010 6:53PM I'm giving CrashPlan a try right now, if it goes well I will be buying the 2 year family plan to use with all my PCs at home. $75 a year for unlimited on multiple PCs (with what looks to be good linux support!) seems like a good deal to me! (and it's even cheaper if you buy 3 years, but that's just too much of a commitment for me right now :P)

Windows Phone 7 Series: everything you ever wanted to know {Engadget}

Feb 20th 2010 12:12PM What about the USB connection? Is it going to be a standard mini/micro usb, or something proprietary like apple's dock connector?

Apple TV price slashed, 40GB model dropped {Engadget}

Sep 14th 2009 9:47AM It doesn't even record tv though...

Cat 5 wedding rings help nerds couple {Engadget}

Apr 23rd 2008 8:54AM Just don't let her catch you turning promiscuous mode on...

Cat 5 wedding rings help nerds couple {Engadget}

Apr 23rd 2008 8:04AM Actually, gigE works on standard cat5... which is what I have at home. tested up to 540Mbit actual throughput...