Worried your PlayStation Vita is going to be so full of repurchased PSP content that you won’t be be able to store it all? Yeah, neither are we — but if you want another place to keep your Vita’s picture, video, music and game content, Sony says your PC and PS3 will do nicely. An application page on
Back in August, TechStars, the multi-city startup incubator, launched a "reality-documentary" TV series (in collaboration with Bloomberg) designed to give the world a peak at what it’s like to start a business in the fast-paced atmosphere of a tech incubator.
Riffing off video series like this one,
We know you’ve got questions, and if you’re brave enough to ask the world for answers, here’s the outlet to do so. This week’s Ask Engadget inquiry is coming to us from Chris, who seems to be looking for the world’s toughest (and smallest) USB flash drive. If you’re looking to send in an inquiry of your
Here we call them hackerspaces and generally they’re sustained through the contributions of paying members. The Science and Technology Commission of Shanghai Municipality has decided to go with the more esoteric "innovation house" and is expecting support from the government, but the concept is the same
Sammy’s already released its massive mobile in-betweener to the UK, but so far the 5.3-inch Galaxy Note’s failed to catch on with the country’s carriers. Well, the winds of wireless change are sweeping in and O2 looks to be the spot for your subsidized needs. There’s not much more than a November mention
The Spark of Genius Series highlights a unique feature of startups and is made possible by Microsoft BizSpark. If you would like to have your st…
In a move that demonstrates an incredible amount of either customer care or procrastination, Apple has issued a recall for the first generation iPod Nano. Not the one you use as a watch, not the fat one, and not the round one. The original (and in my opinion, the best). Turns out it has a rare overheating
Do you have an old first-generation iPod Nano lying around? If so, Apple wants to replace it for you, 5 years after you bought it. Such a dea…
I’ve been writing a lot about Oink, the new mobile app from Milk, Kevin Rose’s current startup. Oink launched about ten days ago (you still need an invite to unlock all of its features), and Kevin Rose gave me a demo the day it launched. In this episode of Fly or Die, we give Oink a try.
This week Apple has officially made public a recall program for its original iPod nano model here in the USA citing a rare overheating problem that has recently posed enough of a risk that full replacements will be offered on the whole generation. This isn’t the first iPod nano 1st generation recall