What a great day! We officially kicked off voting in the 2005 Engadget Awards (being held in 2006, but like the Oscars, only last year's swag is eligible), which may be the most important vote you cast this year aside from that little Congressional thing in November. We also got word today that TiVo will be adding an undelete feature to its DVRs, that Red Hat will bring Linux to the new Intel Macs, and that Wal-Mart and Costco may soon be implementing biometric payment systems. Plus, we had all the usual bots, gadgets, and PCs that you've come to expect from our little publication.
- Keepin' it real fake, part XVI: Greenhouse's Bose-like GH-SPA-430 dock
- Kenwood HDV-770 GPS/media player
- Nabaztag, all singing
- JVC Alneo XA-series audio players
- West Virginia fully adopts Dance Dance Revolution fitness program
- Motorola AXPT access point spreads 3G data access
- Wolverine's 60GB MVP 9060
- Red Hat to bring Linux to Intel Macs
- Fujifilm FinePix E900 reviewed
- Dynamizer hits the slopes
- TiVo undelete forthcoming!
- Epson Endeavor NT2850 lightweight 15-inch laptop
- Alienware's new MJ-12 7500 dual core workstations
- Study finds robot pets as good as live ones
- Report: Wal-Mart, Costco considering biometric payment systems
- OriginAE S210: the ultimate home theater PC?
- Government turns up volume on GPS
- Didigo's LCD sporting USB flash drives
- Fujitsu's RFID and LCD equipped Shopping Navis Wagon