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It seems like only yesterday that we released our Windows Phone 7 app out into the wild, bringing Microsoft mobile fans the dose of gadget news they were waiting for. But, just as Microsoft made improvements to its OS with Mango, so did we go back in the lab to bring you a better Windows Phone En

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An Engadget app? On your Honeycomb tablet? It's more likely than you think. We've heard your e-mails and your tweets and your various requests for an app that will truly make the most of your pixels, and now you've got it. Version 1.1.12.1 of our offering has been released to the Android Market a

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25,000 apps? Make it 25,001. The Engadget app for Windows Phone is here. Finally. Now your HD7 or Surround or Trophy or Omnia can get some native news in a format that's so Metro it doesn't even have a driver's license. We know that it took awhile, but we needed it to be right, and now it is. On

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Is it possible we've been so busy we didn't notice our Android app getting a handful of totally fresh new features? Maybe, but hey -- you still win. If you're an Android user, you might like to know that some time last week we flipped the switch on an update to our app that includes some pretty sex

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Everyone, stop what you're doing. The day you've been patiently waiting for has finally come. That's right, the Engadget app is now available for the Android platform... totally free, of course. Can you believe it? Owners of Android 1.5 devices and up will finally have access to the unedited, unres

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Hey BlackBerry friends -- we've got some news for you. The Engadget application (which is also available for the iPhone / iPod touch and webOS devices) has gone and gotten itself a little update on RIM's platform. It's nothing crazy, but we've made some bug fixes, and more importantly, added support

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What would have been a perfectly fine, eco-friendly, nicely paced, and Apple-free podcast is ruined by a surprise appearance by jetsetting Engadget Editor-in-Chief Joshua Topolsky.P.S.- KHOTAR. Keyboard Haptic Operation and Tactility Assessment Review. Think about it.Hosts: Nilay Patel, Paul Miller

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Hey guys, some fun news to share: Engadget for iPhone / iPod touch 2.0.1 was just approved by Apple and is now available on the App Store! The big new feature is landscape mode in article, comment, and sharing views, but we've also bumped up font sizes, made some improvements to the commenting expe

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That's right folks -- this isn't a dream. The much-loved Engadget application (also for the iPhone / iPod touch and webOS devices) has made its way to the BlackBerry platform. You can download the free application and enjoy the same breathtaking, emotionally moving experience that has been driving a

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Good news, everyone! Our very own iPhone / iPod touch app is finally really available in Apple's much talked about and critically acclaimed App Store! That's right, all the excitement and info you've come to know and love from Engadget is now bottled in an easy to digest and delicious iPhone form.

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