Aug 13th 2010 10:07AM @Rem DX The 40mm pancake can be found at Amazon, Adorama, B&H or elsewhere. But your next lens should be the 50mm f/1.4. These sweet prime lens (no zoom) take awesome photos, and the 50mm is great for low light photos.
Aug 13th 2010 1:22AM The K-x is a really nice piece of kit for that low price. It's high ISO performance is on par with the D90, and it's really small for a DSLR. Paired with the 40mm pancake, it's the easiest walkaround DSLR on the market.
Aug 4th 2010 7:48PM Insanity recommending that long-throw zoom. It's actually extremely unversatile, as it's effectively useless in low light situations.
Ditch the 18-200 behemoth and buy a 50mm f/1.8 instead. The photos will look better, you'll be able to use it in more places, and your camera will be that much lighter.
Jul 16th 2010 1:41PM Here's the deal, if before you dropped 2 calls out of every hundred with the 3GS, with the iPhone 4 you may drop 3 calls out of every hundred. That's a 50% increase! So if you rarely dropped calls before, you probably won't notice. But if you dropped a lot of calls before (say 10%), I wouldn't be surprised to see you drop 15% now.
Lies, damn lies & statistics. Jobs knows how to use all 3 effectively.
Jun 2nd 2010 9:58PM @Lord Vader I think the transcriptionist missed the "just" that Hurd snuck in there. Listen closely... he says, "We didn't buy Palm JUST to be in the smartphone business."
Problem solved. As you were. This will be updated tomorrow.
Mar 10th 2010 1:23AM @Bowsa They should totally license webOS for their PDAs.
Mar 9th 2010 11:50PM @Brent1700 It's been expected for a couple years. Pentax has long been a force in medium format, and the 645D has been an open secret for more than a year.
Mar 9th 2010 4:54PM 5 years later, and TiVo remains on Deathwatch. If you bought $10,000 of TiVo stock when engadget placed TiVo on deathwatch, you'd have roughly $50,000 today. Good call.
Mar 9th 2010 4:51PM @kene Yeah, "deathwatch" essentially lost its meaning on Engadget. Do they understand that TiVo is among the most secure tech companies on the planet for the next 10 years? Even if they burn $10 million every quarter, it will take 10 years to use up all the Echostar proceeds.
Methinks that deathwatch doesn't mean what engadget thinks it means.
Mar 6th 2010 2:33AM 1) Support OAuth and build in support for Flickr.
2) Photo editing app.
3) Microphone API
4) iTunes support