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May 10, 2012
0:15 // 2 years ago
May 9, 2012
TechCrunch’s history since AOL bought it in 2010 has been as turbulent as the private roller coasters many Facebook employees will likely install in their Silicon Valley mansions post-IPO.
Gawker’s Adrian Chen • Commenting on AOL’s reported plans to sell TechCrunch, Engadget and most of its other tech-related properties in a single package. One amazing line really says it all.
12:53 // 2 years ago
May 8, 2012
For sale, apparently: Two major Web entities that still drive tons of traffic, though the people most associated with their success have moved on to other ventures. Asking price? $70-$100 million. Or roughly 1/3 of a HuffPo. (Of note: The writer, Sarah Lacy, used to work for TechCrunch, so she’d likely have the inside scoop.)

For sale, apparently: Two major Web entities that still drive tons of traffic, though the people most associated with their success have moved on to other ventures. Asking price? $70-$100 million. Or roughly 1/3 of a HuffPo. (Of note: The writer, Sarah Lacy, used to work for TechCrunch, so she’d likely have the inside scoop.)

22:56 // 2 years ago
November 1, 2011

First, congrats on the launch. This is really impressive design. There is a lot going on here. You will not be bored by the info here. Buuuuuuuuuut … is this too far from the roots of the technology blog of lore? This is a format that seems heavily tied to the front page, far afield from we’re used to seeing from Joshua Topolsky joints. (See: Engadget.) The real question to ask here, and one that’s worth asking: Is this what Web design should be in November 2011 — a big picture, scroll-heavy, eyes-all-over-the-place mish-mash? No, we shouldn’t be limited to the blog format, which certainly has its limits. But in an era where we read links on a Twitter feed and stories in Instapaper, isn’t this a style we’re moving away from? We love the ambition. There are great ways in which the SB Nation engine really shines (see how it handles this HP timeline, for example, or the cleanness of the product review listings). We wish it pulled back just a little in a couple of places, though. Sometimes, the eyes need a break.

11:01 // 2 years ago
February 20, 2011

Engadget loses its second editor in two days: Ross Miller resigns

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Engadget will be saying farewell to its second editor in the space of a week after its Associate Editor Ross Miller announced he was to leave the popular technology website after five years of service with Weblogs, Inc. Detailing his reasons in a Tumblr blog post, Miller stated that “the AOL way” wasn’t the only reason behind his departure but ..read more.. 
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May we suggest that TechCrunch’s decision to sell to AOL is looking more questionable by the day?

17:17 // 3 years ago
October 26, 2010

Can’t you hear the fanboys squealing? This device was made for them. This get by Engadget is nearly as awesome as Gizmodo’s iPhone leak. Well-played, kids. And to Sony: This is a very smart way to get people to use your phones. source
Get of the week: Engadget’s PlayStation Phone story (not bad, guys!)

Can’t you hear the fanboys squealing? This device was made for them. This get by Engadget is nearly as awesome as Gizmodo’s iPhone leak. Well-played, kids. And to Sony: This is a very smart way to get people to use your phones. source

23:10 // 3 years ago