Have something to say about your favorite gadget or app?start a discussion
Has anyone had trouble downloading Netflix or other over the top services using wireless networking?details
Has anyone tried a HomePlug or MoCA adapter?
Has anyone heard of MoCA?
Looking for market and customer feedback.
We are the makers of Soap and we think you will like our home automation. and wireless router. It runs on Linux (Kali Linux), android or your choice of other OS's and is on kickstarter. It does a lot of different types of connectivity and see what you think we would love you to share this around and also would appreciate any advice or suggestions and really pledges for Soap.
Thanks In advance,... Read more →
For me there is no single piece of hardware I hate more than the FiOS provided routers. I was using D-Link routers prior to moving to FiOS and I loved everything about the firmware. It was easy to use,... Read more →
If you open up the file structure of the iPhoto Library, what you will... Read more →
The GO 5000 and GO 6000 are the same as the GO 500 and GO 600 (which are on the product page on Engadget), but instead of using your phone's internet connection, they have a built in SIM card and GPRS connectivity.
I'd add them myself, but I can't seem to find a way to add to the "versions" on the page - I can... Read more →
...and how have they changed?
It's been ten years since Engadget first burst onto the tech news scene, and over that time period a lot of exciting gadgets have come and gone. In that same time we have also seen some pretty crazy leaps made in consumer tech. The very first Engadget post is about a 128MB -- yes, MEGABYTE -- memory card. Chances are that same card cost over $100 then, but now you can buy 64GB memory card on sale for as low as $50.
Looking back through... Read more →