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Yes, you can help!

The easy way

The easy way to help is by spreading the word, discussing all the shit Engadget does and linking to this site in various forums. Unfortunately, that is not always a useful approach. In the end, people will see us as a bunch of whiners and trolls and ignore us.

The hard way

A much more constructive method is to provide alternatives. Didn’t you like the latest Engadget review? Show me a list of alternative sites which do a better job!! You think an statement made by someone at Engadget is pure BS? Tell us your version.

In the end, either Engadget (and the rest, you know who you are!) will either stop treating us as a bunch of clueless suckers or people will realize that there are much better alternatives to Engadget and will leave.

Personally, I am hoping for the former.

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  1. Simon
    10/12/2010 at 16:02

    Here is Engadget’s uber shit and biased review of John’s phone:

    http://www.engadget.com/2010/12/06/johns-phone-review-the-worlds-simplest-cellphone/

    And here is the best alternative:

    http://www.technologyblogged.com/review-tech/johns-phone-review-on-hands-review

    Engadget need to stop wiping their arse with non Apple products. Real websites such as Uber Gizmo and Technology Blogged should be the #1 choice for gadget fans!

    Please post this up as a statement to how shit Engadget really is! P.S. You are more than welcome to email me regarding how shit Engadget is!

    Simon

  2. terrorist1
    30/03/2011 at 18:51

    Vlad Savov is a piece of shit who likes to eat ass for dinner. Hey Vlad, I hope Steve Jobs balls feel nice as they bounce off your chin.

    Tired of Engadget’s dumbass reviews. It was a site I used to like before Josh Topolsky oozed his Apple fanboyism all over the place and got a bunch of other iMinions hired as “writers”.

    Ars Technica for me from now on. BTW this is a great site, keep it up.

    • Hans Dampf
      01/07/2011 at 09:25

      I would pay money to punch Vlad!

  3. Name goes here
    11/04/2011 at 18:23

    The worst thing now is that pussy mike10010100 banning people who disagree with his views. Why the hell did engadget make him a mod? He’s a total tool! Used to troll engadget, now he sucks their dicks. Total fucking tool. I never even read the articles any more, just enjoy the arguments in comments, but that was the final straw, moving to other tech sites now. Please keep this site updated!

  4. Hans Dampf
    01/07/2011 at 09:30

    never have i hated an editor more than Vlad, seriously i hate that guy!

  5. Chrissy
    15/08/2011 at 05:39

    Engadger reviewing the Xperia Neo.
    http://www.engadget.com/2011/07/19/sony-ericsson-xperia-neo-review/

    “The handset has a relatively flabby 13mm (0.5-inch) waistline, and we suspect this is one of the more serious comprises Sony Ericsson felt it had to make in order to hit its desired price point.”

    Umm hi, the Neo is in no way flabby! It might not be the slimmest phone ever but it is still rather thin and the curved back fits in your hands nicely.

    ” The slightly excessive plastic-posing-as-chrome finish of the buttons initially called to mind a KIRF portable DVD player we used to own”

    They are only ratting on the buttons because they are proper hardware buttons and not capacitative buttons which are a pain to get used to.

    ” Also, there’s a couple of tiny lights between the front buttons, which serve no apparent function, but do help to mitigate the sense of cheapness.”

    This is so at night you can see the 3 seperate buttons.

    “If there’s one area where the build quality will let you down, it’s on the back side. Peeling off the rear cover exposes a MicroSD slot so poorly thought-out that the only way to remove the card is to loosen it from its slot and then turn the phone upside down and literally shake it out into your hand.”

    The MicroSD card is visible and comes out easier than previous SE phones, just saying.

    “There is one big exception to the Neo’s all-round efficiency. A cold boot often took 80-120 seconds, with the majority of those seconds spent on the lifeless first logo screen with no evidence of progress.”

    I agree the boot is slow, but its more likely around 40 seconds not 80-120.

    “So, how worthy is the Xperia Neo? That all depends on how you plan to use it. If you look to a smartphone as a relatively basic, all-in-one communication tool, and you do a lot of old-fashioned stuff with it (like phoning people) then you’ll find a lot to like about the Neo.”

    Old fashioned stuff like phoning people, with a phone? OMG! Because nobody uses phones for phone calls anymore???!!! Yeah, right.

    I could go on forever with my hatred of this review. Engadget thinks the Neo is chintzy? I’m pretty sure Engadget is chintzy at best.

    A real review: http://ausdroid.net/2011/07/26/sony-ericsson-xperia-neo-review/

  6. Engadget is lame and stupid.
    21/09/2011 at 15:05

    The latest tool on binladengadget is HTCSense.

  7. Hans Dampf
    06/10/2011 at 19:22

    I have stopped reading it for a while and accidentally came back. It is only getting worse. Who the fuck seriously reads that shit. Fucking wankers.

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