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Former Engadget team headed for new tech site

Former AOL executive enlists eight staffers who recently left the tech site amid tensions.

By Apr. 3, 2011


Engadget top editors exit AOL's giant tech site

Engadget Editor-In-Chief Josh Topolsky and Managing Editor Nilay Patel are leaving the AOL-owned property, which is one of the largest tech news sites on the Web. Also departing is , said sources.

By Mar. 12, 2011


The 404 266: Where we accidentally make it on Engadget

We made it onto Engadget! Well, sort of. It was kind of an accident, but Engadget is Engadget right? On today's show, we discuss some video game news with our buddy Russ Frushtick, the games editor for UGO.com. We also talk about our accidental plug on En

By Jan. 27, 2009


Odds and Ends: Freehand officially dead; Apple investors had by engadget; Knowledge Base updates

Freehand bites the dust; Speculation based on blog posts imprudent and new Knowledge Base updates.

By May. 17, 2007


Engadget sends Apple stock plunging on iPhone rumor

Rumors that iPhone and Leopard were about to be delayed caused a stock market panic until Engadget retracted its post, saying it was based on a fake internal memo.

By May. 16, 2007


EE-branded 4G Android phone spied, set for cheapo high speeds

EE's planning an own-brand Android phone for cheapskates who want to pay over the odds for superfast mobile data, according to a new leak.

By Mar. 14, 2014


Winter storm pushes back Moto G shipments

Motorola says it will try to get shipments out soon, and will automatically upgrade them to overnight delivery.

By Dec. 12, 2013


LG to launch G Watch with Android Wear

The smartwatch's details are slim at the moment, but Engadget claims that it will work with voice commands and come to market next quarter.

By Mar. 18, 2014


5.5-inch HTC Desire 8 leaks on eve of Mobile World Congress

New details suggest HTC could debut a new member of the Desire family at the annual mobile conference or shortly thereafter.

By Feb. 12, 2014


Nintendo: No plans to bring minigames to smartphones

Despite an earlier report that the company might offer free minigames on smartphones to promote console titles, Nintendo says it has no plans to make its software available on smart devices.

By Jan. 29, 2014