Congrats to Josh and the gang at Engadget for their first ever Engadget Show—a big deal and accomplishment not just for them, but for all blogs, really. (The outstanding title sequence alone makes it worth clicking play.) [Engadget]
It's time for another roundup of pundits espousing heartfelt admiration and none-too-bloody criticism of a pretty hot Apple product. How did they—I mean "it"—do this time around? Have a look-see...
When a bunch of reviews hit, it's useful—and sometimes funny—to see how they echo each other, and how they differ.
Gadget Junkie pulls in Gizmodo's full-text RSS feed and presents it in a nice iPhone-friendly way. It also aggregates some other site called Engadget, which I guess is another pretty good gadget blog? Dunno.
You thought we'd make it through all of CES without a prank? You underestimated us. And this one might be worse than last year. Don't watch this if you have a delicate constitution.
Ryan Block, editor of Engadget, announced his resignation today. When I first heard the news, I was blindsided with a loss of competitive bearing followed by some strange sorrow. I suppose I'd explain it by saying Ryan is probably the best frienemy a guy could possibly ask for.
Fortune magazine must have been sniffing around our haunts lately, because there's a fresh piece in its pages today about the ongoing war between your friends here at the Giz and our respected and worthy competitors at Engadget.
A few days ago, Ryan Block, Pete Rojas and Josh at Engadget wrote up a plan of attack for Palm and its aging Treo. Addressing problems with every aspect of the still useful but no longer glorious smartphone, it had some good points, and you could tell that they were writing it out of genuine concern. Today, Ed…
Technically, I'm obligated to give these guys noogies whenever I can. But I think Ryan's response to "Applegate" is fair. So here's my support of a fellow gadget journalist, feud be damned. (Yes, I said Journalist.)
Gadget blogs like Gizmodo and Engadget are in the business of spreading news and rumors quickly, but to be taken seriously, blogs need to label all unconfirmed information as speculation. This is especially important for big news like the Apple iPhone delay rumor Engadget erroneously posted this morning.
Because as all Engadget readers know, the best thing you could possibly do with your Treo would be to read Gizmodo.