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by sudhanvenkat

upgrade from my Netgear N300
I am trying to upgrade from my Netgear N300 (JWNR 2000 V2). I will have the router connected to my desktop and will have close to 3-4 mobiles phone & tablets, 1-2 Laptops and a SMART TV connected to the router. The router will typically be placed in the room distant from the hall which is the other side of the house (roughly about 5-7 meters away). Have shortlisted a couple of options WDR4300 (60$) / Archer C7 AC1750 (80$) / Linksys N900 (105$), which of these would provide a good range and...

by darryljackman

Engadget Login Problem
I registered an account, and when i try to login, the login button simply does nothing..


Using an Acer V203H monitor as a TV screen
I am trying to connect an Acer V203H to Strong SRT7000 DVR to watch andd record live TV. I am using an AVI to HDMI adaptor but only getting "No signal" message. Have also tried to connect to Teac STB USING VGA to VGA cable and getting "Iput not supported" message. Can not even get the OSD to display. Can any please help.

by jaimeLn

What apps do you use to cash in on your car?
If you live in a big city like San Francisco, owning a vehicle can be a nightmare. Because it’s more than just braving the traffic and keeping an ever-vigilant eye out for careless pedestrians.
It’s the parking and lack thereof. It’s the parking tickets. It’s the obligatory $220 you drop on... Read more →

by dave

We're looking for a Senior Mobile Developer for Android! Is it you?
Hello, Engadget readers! Are you looking for a new gig in mobile development? We're looking for a Senior Mobile Developer for Android to help out with Engadget, Techcrunch, and other AOL Tech brands.
If you're interested, please shoot an email to Amit Salam: amitsalam@teamaol.com
Sr. Mobile Developer - Android
Location: San Francisco or Dulles
Job Description
The mission of AOL Technologies is to drive innovation, utility, technical excellence and the best experiences to our 250 million customers... Read more →

by dave

Issues logging into your Engadget account to comment or post new discussions? Read this!
We've been getting some inquiries on why people aren't able to log into Engadget. Here's a quick explainer on what's happening.
Since Engadget merged with gdgt last year (wow, back in November of 2013), there have been two separate log in systems for interacting with our site. One system is for the Engadget forums (where you're currently reading this post) and the other is for Livefyre (where you leave comments below news articles).
It's annoying, confusing, obnoxious, and something that's on our... Read more →

by jaimeLn

What gadgets are you thankful for? We pick this turkey drone.
The holiday season has us feeling nostalgic, so we’re taking a look back at the Engadget archives. (From 11/25/2010:http://engt.co/1CiKIMl)
The tech landscape changes so rapidly, it can be pretty incredible to see how quickly an idea morphs from a prototype to a fully functional piece of equipment. Take this turkey drone, for instance. On this week, four years ago, we were chuckling at the concept of a... Read more →

by fish212

Synchronize engadget account across devices

I love engadget and read on my tablet pc and phone.
However i wonder if it is possible to somehow save articles to my account so i can open them up on any device?

If i save an article in the android app of my phone (by clicking the little heart) it is not saved in the android app of my tablet. And both devices have engadget as synced accounts in android, but i don't see where i can log in on the android app...

BTW i live in Belgium

by 404pageerror

8pt EyeStrain
I have been reading Engadget nearly every day for years.

I guess I assumed that there has been enough comments about the readability of the articles that it would be obvious that the current font makes readability a serious issue and would be fixed(changed). On both my home and work machine the font is too thin to enjoy the articles without having to zoom and/or squint.

Leaving for now, I'll check back every now and then to see if things has changed but sadly I'll have to find a new daily reader.