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Engadget's Top Gun Editors send in resignations

In the light of AOL’s big restructure, two more top gun editors at AOL have resigned from Engadget, one of the world’s biggest technology blogs on the web.

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Speed-Racer4823d ago

What a shame. These were some good writers. AOL's marketing plan is really killing blogging as is and I hope the same doesnt happen at Huffpost.

RonyDean4823d ago

Really sucks for these guys. AOL needs to stop being dicks!

michass84823d ago

As they said they will be fine. Good luck for them.

Techsmith4823d ago

Yea, Engadget is pretty much over. They might as well integrate it with the Huffington Post.

Techsmith4823d ago

These guys ran one of the biggest tech blogs in the world, they'll be fine :)

Speed-Racer4823d ago

The writers definitely will be fine. Pretty sure everyone wants to hire them now. As for engadget... not sure where they are headed now.

_Q_4823d ago

Wow these dudes are like rockstars in tech writing.. Its a shame to see it end. First gizmodo now this.

michass84823d ago

If not here, we will see them there (somewhere anyway)... LOL

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Verizon again sold Internet pioneer Yahoo and AOL for $5 billion

Internet pioneers Yahoo and AOL are changing hands yet again as Verizon is selling its Verizon Media branch for about $5 billion

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RYOT Lab Launched by AOL to Create AR/VR Branded Content

One of the lab's first projects is for Time Inc and Sports Illustrated.

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Goodbye (and maybe good riddance) to Pebble

Engadget editors have strong feelings about the pioneering smartwatch maker.

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