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Online Gambling Ban Gets Reconsidered by Congress {Switched}

Jul 29th 2010 3:17PM Wow, thats an old iBook... :S

Big ups for ancient stock photography

Microsoft confirms, kills Courier in one fell swoop {Engadget}

Apr 29th 2010 8:59PM I dont think Microsoft ever wants to release a product that people MIGHT ACTUALLY BUY and MIGHT ACTUALLY MAKE THEM SOME MONEY FOR BEING INNOVATIVE.

More BlackBerry slider pics appear -- is this the next Bold? {Engadget}

Mar 4th 2010 8:56AM @owdee the Pixi also doesn't have the lip of the slide to bump into your fingers when you try to type on the upper row, either.

Alienware now shipping 23-inch OptX AW2310 1080p 3D monitor {Engadget}

Jan 30th 2010 3:36PM Maybe I lucked out, but despite the fact that Acer is a bit of an ass brand, I have a 24 inch with HDMI and DVI, and its 1080p, aka 1920x1200 resolution.. and it was $399 3 years ago.

Apple and Fujitsu inevitably caught up in iPad trademark dispute {Engadget}

Jan 29th 2010 12:18PM With the amount of cash Apple wastes in court dealing with this stuff, they should just spend a few million and register thousands of "i" names... iStove, iDog, etc..

Bell's Palm Pre now free -- in exchange for three years of your life {Engadget}

Jan 24th 2010 10:54AM This isn't that much of an aggressive move, considering a) how bad the Pre is doing against the iPhone in Canada (its now offered by all 4 of of our providers, vs the Pre, only offered by one) and b) what we pay monthly for voice/data plans (around 75-90$)

Pretty easy to see why and how they can give this to you for "free" through a 3 year contract

Apple bunging Bing search into iPhone? {Engadget}

Jan 20th 2010 3:41PM OMG, Bing is so terrible... Unless this default option is removable it would seriously hamper my desire to get the next gen of iPhone. :S

McDonald's starts dishing out free WiFi at most of its U.S. restaurants {Engadget}

Jan 15th 2010 11:28PM When I travelled across the UK this was my primary source of internet.