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Nov 29th 2011
If you know Engadget, you know we like to really do it up at CES. For us, the Consumer Electronics Show is serious business, and our unmatched coverage has resulted in us being named Official Blog three years in a row. This time, though, we're doing things a little bit differently. We'll be adding far more live video into the mix and, with Distro getting in on the fun as well, it was definitely time to leave that old "Official Blog" moniker behind. So, we're incredibly proud to announce that we're now the Official Online News Source not just of the 2012 International CES, but of the CEA as a whole.
The Consumer Electronics Association is the entity that hosts CES each year, and its President and CEO Gary Shapiro said the following:
Engadget does a terrific job bringing the energy and excitement of the thousands of new products launched each year at the International CES to attendees and consumers. We look forward to this expanded partnership with Engadget as they continue their dynamic coverage and analysis of the products and trends that rivet the world each January at the International CES, as well as their unique coverage of CEA's other events throughout the year.
For CES this year we'll be cranking out the news from our double-wide trailer, just like we always do, but we'll also be adding a full video studio on the floor. Engadget Live from CES will feature exclusive interviews and live product demos throughout the day as well as other regular broadcasts -- like our evening video podcast, where you can watch the whole crew get gradually more giddy as the effects of sleep deprivation sink in.
CES 2012 is going to be bigger and better than ever, and we can't wait to bring it to you -- unfiltered and unadulterated -- live from Las Vegas.
(This post originally ran on Engadget.)To learn more about the partnership you can read the press release here.
Oct 12th 2011
The AOL Mobile and Engadget teams are excited to announce the launch of Engadget Distro, a weekly iPad magazine that brings readers the top tech news from the site each week in a beautiful, easy to read format.
The new app will provide more visibility for Engadget's longer-form articles including their product reviews. In addition, the weekly magazine will include a letter from the editor that will highlight the news of the week, a clickable table of contents that will lead readers directly to the stories they are most interested in and exclusive event coverage for major industry events.
Our team of designers and editors worked to assemble our best long-form feature content and reviews, re-wrapping it in a fashion that takes full advantage of a little thing called multitouch.
The end result is a really beautiful product that we hope will help Engadget reach a broader set of readers.
The app is available on iTunes now and will be available on other platforms soon.