On this episode senior editor Chris Velazco and social media manager Evan Rodgers join host Terrence O'Brien for the last ever video edition of The Engadget Podcast. From here on out the show is going audio only, which will allow the show to bring yo…
The Engadget Podcast Ep 37: Modern Things
Behind the ongoing public debate on violent video games, a few key titles always stand out — but before the public was freaking out about Grand Theft Auto, it was reeling in shock from Postal. This ridiculous satirical smorgasbord of violence earned…
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Violence for all: ‘Postal’ goes open source
If that makes no sense to you then odds are you’ve never seen Car Boys, Monster Factory, or Touch The Skyrim — a trio of YouTube shows published by Polygon and featuring the voices and gibbering howls of writers Nick Robinson, Justin McElroy, and Griffin McElroy. Nick on two) and what I’d tentatively label shared heart, or maybe even shared soul, if we’re happy to apply that term to goof-off YouTube vids.
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First Click: This was the year I gave up on TV and just watched YouTube
“By owning Time Warner content, we will be able to innovate more quickly, experiment more readily, tweak our offerings as we gauge customer response and bring consumers the options they seek,” Stephenson said at a Senate hearing. The Justice Department will determine whether the deal is legal under antitrust law. Senator Amy Klobuchar, the ranking Democrat on the Judiciary Committee's antitrust panel, expressed concern that the deal would create incentives for AT&T to refuse to license Time Warner content to competitors.
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AT&T touts Time Warner merger at Senate hearing
The Battlefield games aren't exactly known for having the best single-player modes. In fact, players ignore the series' solo experiences so routinely that this was actually a reason we didn't see a campaign mode in Star Wars: Battlefront last year. “…
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‘Battlefield 1′ reminded me that before war was a game, it was hell