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I have been a reader and commenter at Engadget for most of its 10 year history, and since the LiveFyre change have commented more than 5,000 times.
That history, and this experience, leads to my suggestion:
In an effort to make the... Read more →
10 years ago, a little tech blog launched that would go on to changed the way we consume technology news on the internet. Happy Birthday to Engadget!
When did you first start reading the site? Are there any particular stories or moments that stick out for you over the last 10 years?
See also: http://www.engadget.com/2014/03/02/today-is-engadg...
But I would like to know what other kinds of digital devices are welcome? Are there any requirements regarding age, brand, country of origin, or production numbers? Personally I feel that there is place for older dumbphones, CRT monitors, and low-end low-cost tablets and smartphones that are still used by a lot of people outside... Read more →
What phone do you use?
- Sony Xperia
- (If not mentioned above please put the name of of your daily phone)
e.g. iPhone 5c, Samsung Note 3, Nexus 5 etc
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The journalist calls it "The next big thing", comparing it to Ebay, Facebook, Twitter, Kickstarter... But I'm not so sure. The service wants to take any idea you've had in any genre and auction it to be companies, and replace the patent... Read more →