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Hello everybody on the site right now. Technoladget has something really special they’d like to talk about, but there is every chance you’ve already noticed it, and this post isn’t going to get many hits at all. Technoladget has now fully moved over to squarespace, so head over to http://www.technoladget.com and check out the new … Continue reading
Another two big names over at Engadget have also joined Paul Miller, Ross Miller, Joshua Topolsky and Nilay Patel as ex Engadget editors. I’ve always said how Engadget was a massive inspiration to me starting up Technoladget, and to see six of the biggest names over there leave on personal grounds and in some circumstances … Continue reading
Hi guys. A friend of mine, Nilesh, has offered to write a guest review of the new game Homefront. So here it is, enjoy. This is Nildog, a guest writer for Technoladget, lets just say I put the lad in technoladget. For my article I’m going to review the game, Homefront on PS3, however it … Continue reading
The iPad 2 really is a wonderful improvement from the first generation model, and I think one of the killer features in this upgrade are the magnets that secure the Smartcover, and I’m sure a lot more accessories to come. In this article I’m going to detail some of the best features of the Smartcover, … Continue reading
With the massively anticipated release of Modern Warfare 3 creeping closer and closer, I thought it was about time to reflect on the previous Call of Duty games, and think about what I wanted in the next release. A Reinvention I think it’s fair to say that since the release of Call of Duty 4: … Continue reading
Though, sadly, we weren’t able to attend the 3DS event a few days ago, I was able to have a try with a 3DS today, specifically the camera. And I have good news. The photo’s taken with the 3Ds look really cool. While normal photos, of perhaps a tree, look pretty neat on the 3DS, … Continue reading
Since the release of the Nintendo 3DS recently, a spate of problems have been spread over the internet. Users have been reporting visual problems, crashing, errors and new reports have started coming through that the 3DS only costs around $100 to make. Those who have used the 3DS will tell you that although the glasses-free … Continue reading