Those of you living north of the border have a few LTE options already, but could we see one more being added to the list? Depending on how that murky image above is to be understood, then maybe we will. It’s alleged by staff that a new "LTE Voice and Data" bundle is showing up when accounts are being
Amid extra scrutiny from Congress around privacy issues, Apple has started rejecting apps that access UDIDs, or identification numbers that are unique to every iPhone and iPad, this week.
Apple had already given developers a heads-up about the change more than six months ago when it said in some iOS
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 from is from William who is looking for an solution to the problem of badly designed public spaces. If you’re looking to send in an inquiry of your own,
Earlier this month, Redpoint Ventures and BV Capital’s eVentures announced the formation of a new, joint firm in Brazil — called, somewhat predictably, Redpoint eVentures. Managing director Yann de Vries and founding partner Anderson Thees were in the Bay Area this week, so I had a quick talk with them
It’s a sin I know almost too well as a blogger. It’s slow going for news on a Friday night and the pageview gods send you a reprieve in the form of a tweet.
A former Apple engineer is berating the company’s design ethic in the post-Jobs era in less than 140 characters?
Score! Suddenly one story becomes
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It’s no secret that one of the most popular apps to ever hit the App Store will soon be coming to Android, and if you’d prefer to be one of the very first on your block to be notified… well, there’s a website for that. Instagram has just opened up a signup page for Android loyalists, enabling folks
Working in tech does weird things to your use of language. Five years ago, if you’d told me that I would become the kind of person who talks about whether they have the "bandwidth" to get something done or promising to "ping" someone later, I would have laughed in your face. Yet here I am, finding the
Sony’s flagship Chrome OS-powered computer has just been given the green light by the Federal Communications Commission. This means as far as the regulatory paperwork goes, the device is ready to go on sale in the US, and obviously Sony wouldn’t have submitted it to the FCC unless it was
Been snacking on popcorn with the beta build of XBMC 11.0 Eden since it got released last December? If, you’ll be pleased know that the full-on release version is now officially available for download. In case you don’t recall, this latest build of the media center house many new features, not limited