• http://www.cnet.com Simon Serrano

    they went way overboard with sub-domains though. Nearly every category and sub-category is a sub-domain.

  • http://screenwerk.com Greg Sterling

    That may be so; I was merely commenting on their new look and feel.

  • Alex P

    I think it might be a bit easier for them to manage, especially with the amount of categories that they have.

  • http://always10.blogspot.com A.T.

    Yes, indeed a very dynamic site though I always based my list on their comparison. I also wonder how do they manage a much larger categories and comparison data to be of reputable one?