So I just had the task of trawling through all the Engadget posts that I missed while I was away (some 43 pages of posts). I must say, Endgadget has turned into something that doesn’t quite cut the mustard for me. Maybe I’ll have to start subscribing to Gizmodo – maybe they’ll have a better SNR. 20 out of 440+ isn’t so bad! /sarcasm.
In any case, there are a hell of a lot of links, so I’ll just get right into it:
DIY Screw-Nut Rings
Corny? Undoubtedly. Geeky? For sure.
DIY Prosthesis in Tasmania
A post on Engadget, about Tasmania! Woot!
DARPA’s 1.8 Gigapixel digicam
Whatever happened to “less is more”? Then again, this is DARPA we’re talking about…
Cell Phone Reunion
iPhone is bad-ass. Owning one doesn’t make you so.
Lazors fire! PEW PEW PEW!
Recompute – the cardboard PC
Cool design. Recyclable exterior.
Windows 7 SKUs
Wait – how many versions?!
Tokyoflash’s Heko watch
Again, this is the watch I’d be wearing. If I wore watches.
Seagate’s 2TB HDD
Lots of data (to lose).
Western Digital’s 2TB HDD
But this ones’s GREEN-er.
Days to 1 million
How long did it take to each smartphone to hit 1 million units sold? FYI, the iPhone 3G took 3 days.
Canon doesn’t suck
No, they do not. For those of you that don’t know – no, Canon do not make vacuum cleaners.
Windows 7 Beta Impressions
It’s good, actually. Better than Vista, and better than XP.
Apple vs Palm
A good read, if a little long.
Go away – I don’t want your comments anyway. 😉