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The best place to find out about the next hot gadgets that are coming out on the market!

  • Apr 21, 2009
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I've been a fan of engadget for a few years now.  It's a really great site for keeping up with all kinds of gadgets that are popping up around the world.  If it's "gadgety", then it's on there.  From electrics cars to Honda developed robotic leg assist to the latest video game, they've got it all.  I really love this site because of the breath of cool stuff they cover from all industries and really all countries.  I really envy the guys who work here.  Companies from all over send them their goodies to test out and write about.  Now if that isn't a cool job, what is!

Who should check it out?
Anyone who loves to see cool gadgets that are being developed and released around the world.

Why should I waste my time here?
The site always has really great pictures(eye candy) and the writers are hilarious.

Do they have info on the latest updates for the iPhone?
They're especially good with keeping up to date with what's happening with popular electronics and services such as when the next iPhone release is expected and the future of Netflix on demand.

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I'm a socal native who grew up in the real OC. Went from OC to UCLA and became addicted to the internet. Now I reside in the westside, surf El Porto(crappo for some), and love all things drumming.
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