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These pipes... are clean! 
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Will be on Al Jazeera America in about 20 minutes, discussing whether it's a bad thing that tech companies are evolving faster than government can legislate them, and whether Google is still truly doing no evil. 
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Not only the nicest guy in tech, but one of the most sensible. :-) 
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As the NY Auto Show came to a close, +antuan goodwin, +Wayne Cunningham and I sat down to chat about our favorite cars on the floor. 
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Bunch of pics from the floor at the New York International Auto Show! Enjoy. 
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Looks like Nike's out of the Fuelband business. Sad to see. Cutting the cord now ahead of impending iWatch disruption? 
The sportswear company has decided that only software has a future in Nike’s technology vision. That means cutting the FuelBand, including a slimmer version planned for the fall.
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Do you think Tim Cook had a sneaky word when he was at a Nike Board meeting.....
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I don't always make my column headlines rhyme, but when I do, it makes me happy. Here's your weekly tech news review. 
Miss a few stories this week? We'll bring you up to speed with this rundown of all the tech news.
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Thank you! I don't get many comments on my print stuff :) 
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I've heard some fears about whether BMW can repair the carbon frame on the i3 and, indeed, how much it will cost to do so. Some think insurance costs will be unreasonably high, but BMW techs told me it should be comparable to a normal BMW. #NYIAS  
The use of carbon fiber in the frame of the BMW i3 has many worried about high repair costs. BMW gives us an inside look at why it won't be so bad.
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Next up from #NYIAS: I got to take a test drive in BMW's Concept plug-in X5 SUV yesterday. (And it was bucketing down with rain, so sadly I wasn't abel to take any photographic evidence of the experience.)
BMW has been making waves with its i3 and i8, but now it's time for the company's more traditional cars to get some bigger battery packs. We take a prototype plug-in hybrid X5 SUV for a quick spin.
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This would be tho only time I would recommend the S5. 
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Tim Stevens is Editor at Large at CNET and former editor-in-chief at Engadget, based in Upstate New York. He got his start writing professionally in the mid '90s, covering the gaming world while in college, and has since written on topics including business process management, software development, and of course lots and lots about gadgety type things. He's an avid gamer, amateur motorsports enthusiast, lover of most outdoor activities, and proud creator of the first (and possibly only) two-player game for the Sega VMU.
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    Computer Science, Writing, 1996 - 2000
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Tim Stevens's +1's are the things they like, agree with, or want to recommend.
Nokia Lumia 1020 confirmed on AT&T YouTube channel (video)

We imagine the poor soul that flipped the switch a bit too early on Nokia's latest flagship will be in the unemployment queue come 9AM. AT&T

US federal judge rules Apple conspired to raise e-book prices

Following a non-jury trial that ended on June 20th, US District Judge Denise Cote (Manhattan) has ruled that Apple conspired to raise the re

Into the heart of CERN: an undergound tour of the Large Hadron Collider ...

\"Why, sometimes I've believed as many as six impossible things before breakfast.\"� Lewis Carroll, Alice in Wonderland I've been to see A

Lightning electric motorcycle bests gas-powered bikes at Pikes Peak

With 156 turns over its 12.42 miles (19.99 km) course and elevation changes ranging from 4,720 ft (1,440 m) to 14,110 ft (4,300 m), Pikes Pe

BlackBerry 10 not coming to BlackBerry PlayBook tablets

If you were hoping your BlackBerry PlayBook would get a taste of BlackBerry 10, think twice: Thorsten Heins just revealed that the new OS is

Dead island that inspired Skyfall comes to Google Street View

It goes by the name of Hashima, or Gunkanjima (\"Battleship Island\"), or even \"The Dead Island\", since it inspired the water-locked cyber

The Engadget Podcast is live at 3:30PM ET!

We're all coming down from the high that was E3 / WWDC week. But while there aren't any huge conferences to speak of, there's no shortage of

Microsoft reverses Xbox One DRM policy, kills required online check-in a...

Microsoft's next game console, the Xbox One, is perhaps best known for its complex used game system and once-per-24-hour online check-in req

The Xbox One and live TV -- here's what to expect

What's in a name? A whole lot, if you're asking yours truly. \"All Your Entertainment. Input One.\" Such intriguing statements were declared

Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 MDP benchmarks: prepare for ludicrous speed

Today we had a chance to play with Qualcomm's latest dev tablet (MDP) which packs the company's mighty Snapdragon 800 SoC (MSM8974). The dev

The Engadget Podcast is live at 12PM!

Okay, okay, so we're 21 hours late for this episode of the Engadget Podcast. It's been a crazy week, give us a break. The good news, though,

MacBook Air review (13-inch, mid-2013)

We can't lie: we were hoping for a Retina MacBook Air last year when Apple rolled out the thinner, faster MacBook Pros with their pixel-pack

Nintendo's Eiji Aonuma on the Wii U's stumbles, Virtual Console support ...

It's cool to be different. That's the message we typically feed our children when they come up against peer opposition. It's also an attitud

Amazon splits PS4 pre-orders into 'Launch' and 'Standard' editions, Laun...

Amazon, with its limited supply of PS4s, has cleaved its product listing into two, to help people get a handle on when to expect their pre-o

This is the HTC One Mini

The leaks are true: HTC's rumored M4 is indeed the One Mini. We know because a trusted source in possession of the \"petite\" 4.3-inch hands

Xbox chief: we have a product for people who can't get online, it's call...

Did you think the Xbox 360 was being kept around just for the budget market? It turns out Microsoft's got another sort of customer in mind f

Super Smash Bros. for Wii U and 3DS coming in 2014, brings Megaman along...

Microsoft's got the Xbox One, Sony's got the PlayStation 4 and Nintendo? Nintendo's got Megaman. In its pre-E3 broadcast, the console maker

Apple MacBook Air hands-on and first I/O benchmarks (13-inch, mid-2013)

As expected, this year's WWDC was all about the software, and certainly there was plenty to talk about that front, what with the unveiling o

Apple's WWDC 2013 keynote happens Monday, get your liveblog here!

It's sure looking like we'll be getting ourselves a seventh version of iOS come Monday morning, but we'd guess Apple has some other surprise

Apple reportedly lands radio service deal with Sony ahead of WWDC

Apple was supposedly waiting for a deal with Sony before it could launch its rumored internet radio service. Well, that may have just happen

Flavorless meals, aloof servers.
Public - 6 months ago
reviewed 6 months ago
Honest work and fair prices. Sometimes a bit slow on the turn-around, but worth the wait.
Public - 8 months ago
reviewed 8 months ago
Delicious food and a clean, sophisticated environment. Had a great meal.
Food: ExcellentDecor: Very goodService: Excellent
Public - 11 months ago
reviewed 11 months ago
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
14 reviews
Miserable breakfast. Order food, wait 5 minutes, am told orange juice will be another 10 minutes but will be there with the food. Food comes (I ordered eggs and toast. I get exactly that and nothing more, DRY toast) and no oj. Am told a few minutes later the OJ isn't coming so I finish my breakfast. As soon as I do, the oj shows up. All that took over 30 minutes and cost $22 for two eggs and a thimble of OJ. If you're a business traveler wanting a good, quick meal to start the day, steer clear.
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Food: Poor to fairDecor: Very goodService: Good
Public - 10 months ago
reviewed 10 months ago
Best airport bbq ever. Damn good. Don't miss the brisket.
Food: ExcellentDecor: GoodService: Very good
Public - 12 months ago
reviewed 12 months ago