Monthly Archives: January 2014

Engadget Podcast 382 – 1.31.14

We’re breaking it down to the bare essentials this week, with Terrence and Ben getting laser focused on the recent Lenovo / Motorola deal and Nintendo’s state of financial affairs. With just those two topics on the table, every stone … Read the rest of this entry

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Engadget Eurocast 053 – 1.30.14

The euro crew is back and Dan’s got a new haircut. If you listen closely you can hear the improvement it makes. The freshly groomed Mr. Cooper is joined by Jamie and Sharif to discuss Samsung’s arrival on high streets … Read the rest of this entry

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Next Car Game made over $1 million after one week in Early Access

Despite having one of the most generic game titles in history, Next Car Game has already racked up $ 1 million in sales, just one week after it launched in Steam Early Access. This isn’t quite the one million copies that … Read the rest of this entry

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Tomb Raider screenshots: running the classic at 2400×1800 on LPC

The Lara Croft of 2014 may have fancy TressFX hair and a killer bow, but we still have fond memories of the original Lara, who fearlessly explored mysterious and oppressive tombs way back in ’96. The rebooted Tomb Raider’s Definitive … Read the rest of this entry

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QuakeCon 2014 announced, has moved to July

There was little doubt that there would be a QuakeCon this year. After 18 annual conventions celebrating all things Id (and also now Bethesda), the bring-your-own-computer LAN party is as much of a tradition as hanging decorative pumpkin guts from … Read the rest of this entry

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New Witcher 3 screenshots make our PCs quietly weep

The Witcher 3 is looking great. I’m excited. We’re all excited. But where’s that muffled sobbing coming from? Is it Ben? No, it’s my machine. It knows, like me, that The Witcher 3 will not look like these screenshots when … Read the rest of this entry

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EA doesn’t think Battlefield 4 issues hurt sales

EA released its financial statements from the third quarter of 2013 today, and most of it was concerned with these “consoles” I’ve been hearing about. Apparently there were a couple of big ones? Weird how I didn’t hear anything. Buried … Read the rest of this entry

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Porsche’s first car is 116 years old, and it’s electric

Many think that Porsche EVs are relatively new creations, but it turns out that they’re quite old — 116 years old, to be exact. The automaker has recovered the P1, an electric car that Ferdinand Porsche built while working for … Read the rest of this entry

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KnowRoaming to start shipping international ‘sticker’ SIMs soon

Frequent travelers who pre-ordered KnowRoaming’s SIM stickers last year might finally be able to get their purchases as soon as next week. According to the company, it’ll start sending out the first units to early adopters on February 5th, months … Read the rest of this entry

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GOG’s time machine sale lets the seconds tick down, and then back up again

GOG do enjoy their quirky sales. Their last weird one, the Fall Insomnia sale, was a stressful reminder that time is slipping beyond our control, that our frail forms can’t physically experience all the joy in the world, and that … Read the rest of this entry

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