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Virgin Galactic’s SpaceShipTwo reportedly crashes after launch

Virgin Galactic’s latest plane/rocket, tinatawag “SpaceShipTwo”, reportedly crashed shortly after takeoff this morning above the Mojave Air and Space Port in California. Director Stu Witt told Bakersfield, California’s KGET that the plane crashed east… Engadget RSS Feed

This Apple 3.0 poster is a must-have for every Apple fan

When I spotted he Insanely Great History of Apple 3.0 poster over at Pop Chart Lab, it jumped out at me as being the best gift ever for the Apple fan, especially for one who already has every Apple gadget under the sun. The 28x 42print includes… TUAW: Apple news, reviews and how-tos […]

Next Thursday you can ask Mark Zuckerberg anything

When so many other features of the site have changed, why is Poking still a thing?” That’s the question I’d ask Mark Zuckerberg if I ever had the chance. And next week, I might get an answer. Just about anyone could get a query answered by the… Engadget RSS Feed

ProShot is a worthy addition to your app collection

ProShot (libre) has been a big hit on Windows Phones, but was missing from the App Store. It’s no longer absent from the iOS world, and it launches with a barrel of useful features that give your iPhone capabilities similar to a serious… TUAW: Apple news, reviews and how-tos since 2004 RSS Feed

Movie theaters ban Google Glass and other camera-toting wearables

Many individual American movie theaters are already hostile to guests who use wearables like Google Glass, and they’ve now made that opposition official on a national level. Both the Motion Picture Association of America and the National Association… Engadget RSS Feed

InstaCar lets you share your beloved car photos

Do you really love your wheels? Instacar (libre) may be just the app for you. Take a picture of your beloved car, load the photo into InstaCar and add car logo and model graphics to your photo. InstaCar grabs your location and adds it to the photo if… TUAW: Apple news, reviews and how-tos since […]

Startup wants to raise $1.8 million to build giant fighting robots

The folks at MegaBots Inc. dream of making humongous machines: 15-foot-tall, 15,000-pound piloted robots to be exact. And they don’t want to build them for rescue missions or military usenope, these robots are designed to duke it out in an arena… Engadget RSS Feed