In the market for a beastly portable gaming rig that won’t break the bank? Origin PC today announced availability of its EON15-S and EON17-S gaming laptops, with pricing starting at $1,525 and $1,576, respectively. You’ll of course still be able to hand over an arm and a leg depending on how you opt
We’re still not exactly sure what Nicki Minaj has to do with Nokia’s new Lumia 900, but the company put her at the center of its promotional efforts in a launch event Friday night that took over Times Square. Oh, you missed it? For just the visual effect of what went on including CGI dancers on massing
When you connect to a WiFi network at a hotel, have you ever wondered if that hotel is trying to profit off of that somehow? Apparently at least one has, and it’s of course very likely that it might be a big trend that only an eagle-eyed Web developer would ever notice. Enter Justin Watt, Read
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 Is from MigFig who’s relocating to the five boroughs and is worried about his cellphone service. If you’re looking to send in an inquiry
A new report suggests that gamers aren’t shifting into a digital distribution model as quickly and massively as people in the industry might think. The report, from Wedbush Securities, looks at the world of downloadable games as more of a complement, not a substitute, to the long-running tradition
Every time I pick up my iPhone lately, I’ve been asking myself: Why do we call this a “phone”?
If my “phone” habits are any indicator, we shouldn’t be calling this a phone at all. On the iPhone, I don’t like taking phone calls. I’ve moved the green phone application button away from the bottom tray
There is an insane number of intricacies when it comes to building a car. Even something as seemingly innocuous as the windshield wipers need to be assembled perfectly or there could be reasons for concern. Case in point – the latest automobile recall that targets more than 140,000 Ford Focus cars
CRM is a massive business. At least an $8 billion industry according to Gartner. Salesforce, the company you think of when you hear CRM (after all, it is their ticker symbol) has a market cap north of $21 billion dollars. And while sales departments are typically most commonly thought of in conjunction
Not all mobile news is destined for the front page, but if you’re like us and really want to know what’s going on, then you’ve come to the right place. This past week, CyanogenMod gained a new logo, Google acquired a mobile payments company and we learned that the HTC EVO 4G LTE for Sprint will include
The crowded building’s not on fire. After an exhaustive investigation of the top 100 Facebook apps, the Wall Street Journal didn’t find any serious privacy violations, but the writers were on assignment so they wrote the “Selling You On Facebook” hit piece anyways.
Reality has never stopped the WSJ