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Submitted by SynGamer 856d ago | news

Welcome to the new and improved, leaner and faster Engadget

Engadget says: "This one has been coming for a long time, dear readers, and we're all incredibly thrilled to unleash upon you the latest look of Engadget -- but don't call it a redesign. Our amazing developers and designers have been hard at work for the better part of a year re-thinking and re-writing the site from the ground up to create something that's cleaner and simpler looking on the outside but faster and far more advanced on the inside, something that looks as amazing on your smartphone as it does on your desktop, something that brings a taste of our amazing tablet magazine, Distro, to your browsers.

I humbly invite you to join me after the break for an exploration of what's changed and what's to come in this, the new Engadget." (Engadget, Web)

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