I found something weird that I want to bring to Engadget app user's attention. The battery usage on my Droid X went up by 100% the day I installed a few apps. It didn't make much sense as there were no widgets or any other constant data use application. But I went into settings of Engadget and I see that widget update time is set to 5 minutes by default. Now, I don't use widget and would think that this should be turned off by default. It appears as if it is being updated every 5 minutes even if you don't use it. Turn it off, and be careful not to hit back button. If you hit back it will not save the change. Instead hit the check sign for the Engadget version you want to use. This will save the setting. Not sure how much impact will it have on the battery life but it seems weird that they would set it to 5 minutes by default. Maybe they are messing with Android users being the iPhoneFanboy site that they are. EDIT : I rebooted my phone and guess what? The setting is back to 5 minutes. I had to go back in and change it never update manually. This is not cool Engadget.