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Mark Zuckerberg took time out of his busy schedule yesterday to answer some pressing questions from the public. While none of the answers are particularly surprising, it was nice to hear the young CEO directly address the concerns of its users. High on the list of people's gripes was the decision

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\"When so many other features of the site have changed, why is Poking still a thing?\" That's the question I'd ask Mark Zuckerberg if I ever had the chance. And next week, I might get an answer. Just about anyone could get a query answered by the Facebook CEO, actually, when he holds the first commu

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Whether you think he's a hero or a traitor, we're sure you've got a few questions for Edward Snowden. The whistleblower who pulled back the curtain on the NSA's vast surveillance program will be taking your questions live today (January 23rd) at 3PM on FreeSnowden.is. Wondering how he feels about

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Every week, a new and interesting human being tackles our decidedly geeky take on the Proustian Q&A. This is the Engadget Questionnaire. In the inaugural appearance of our questionnaire on Engadget, Adafruit founder Limor Fried opens up about her love for her Metcal MX-500 soldering station a

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It's time to open the book! We're live from Nokia's headquarters in Espoo, Finland, with Stephen Elop. The smartphone maker's CEO has set aside 30 minutes to answer your questions about anything and everything Nokia. If you haven't already submitted your questions, it's not too late! Head over to

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Also making the scene in Las Vegas this week, QA is designed specifically for telepresence. This guy stands 5 feet tall and is kitted with a 5 megapixel camera, forward-mounted display, WiFi and optional 3G connectivity, and a laser pointer for, well, pointing at things. Available for purchase some

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After seeing a wave of faulty Blu-ray Discs a few months back, we've heard relatively little about further mishaps. Still, that's not stopping firms from hoping in the quickly-expanding quality control arena. On the docket today is My Eye Media, which is broadening its service portfolio with Blu-Qua

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Barely a month after Microsoft revealed the Xbox 360 HD DVD Emulator in hopes of speeding up development of HDi, we're seeing a new company emerge with bolstering Blu-ray Disc quality as its top priority. Of course, anyone paying attention over the past few weeks would realize that something like t

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We aren't saying that this is a widespread issue just yet, but a (rightfully) annoyed tipster has informed and shown us that his \"refurbished\" 8GB iPhone seems to have the same \"negative black issue\" that some iPod touch owners are currently grumbling about. Granted, he admits that the photo makes

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We aren't saying that this is a widespread issue just yet, but a (rightfully) annoyed tipster has informed and shown us that his \"refurbished\" 8GB iPhone seems to have the same \"negative black issue\" that some iPod touch owners are currently grumbling about. Granted, he admits that the photo makes

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