Jordan Crook

Jordan Crook

Jordan Crook is a writer/reporter based out of Brooklyn, NY. She writes about things teens like. She snaps innocent selfies and vines nudes. She has written for publications such as Mobile Marketer and MobileBurn.

She is now a writer at TechCrunch.

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  • Sony Intros Bloggie Live, Bloggie Sport Pocket Cams To Combat Camera Phones

    Sony Intros Bloggie Live, Bloggie Sport Pocket Cams To Combat Camera Phones

    Now that most of our smartphones can take crisp images and stunning video, the digital imaging sector is having a tough time holding on to its market share. Still, a few players are up for the challenge, including Sony which has today announced the latest in its line of Bloggie pocket cams: Bloggie Live and Bloggie Sport. Read More

  • Watch Sony’s CES 2012 Press Conference

    Watch Sony’s CES 2012 Press Conference

    You wish you were here. You pretend that you don’t want to be here because, granted, we’ve been on our feet since the crack of dawn, have been fighting MiFi and WiFi connections like we’re getting paid for it, and haven’t eaten the best food thus far. But none of those tedious little annoyances matter in a moment like this: Sony’s press conference is just… Read More

  • NVIDIA Press Conference at CES 2012

    Watch Nvidia’s CES Press Conference Live (Update)

    Sometimes it’s easy to forget companies that aren’t Apple and Samsung and Sony. But chipmakers deserve your love too, which is why you should sit back and relax while you check out this webcast of Nvidia’s live press conference at the CES 2012 International show in Las Vegas. We have no idea what we’ll see here but chances are it’ll make a big difference in the… Read More

  • Samsung Debuts Series 9 Ultrabook: A 15-Inch Display On A 14-Inch Body

    Samsung Debuts Series 9 Ultrabook: A 15-Inch Display On A 14-Inch Body

    Here at the CES 2012 International conference, we promised you’d be seeing ultrabooks galore. Well, Samsung isn’t going to let you down, today announcing the Samsung Series 9 ultrabook. The Series 9 sports a 15-inch display on a compact 14-inch body. This is the second generation of Samsung’s Series 9 notebooks, and the company calls it as thin as some of the original tablets… Read More

  • Samsung Announces The U.S.-Bound Galaxy Note With LTE

    Samsung Announces The U.S.-Bound Galaxy Note With LTE

    It’s official, folks. Here at the CES 2012 show in Las Vegas, Samsung has officially announced the LTE-equipped Galaxy Note. AT&T will be hooking up the phablet with its brand new 4G LTE service. Read More

  • Samsung, Rovio Partner To Put Angry Birds On Your Smart TV

    Samsung, Rovio Partner To Put Angry Birds On Your Smart TV

    Here at the CES International 2012 event, Samsung is bringing your favorite mobile game to the TV. That’s right folks. Angry Birds will now be available on your Samsung Smart TV. Through a partnership with Rovio, Samsung is bringing the most popular mobile gaming app in the world to the living room. And unlike offerings from Roku, the gaming integration will be built right into your TV. Read More

  • Samsung’s Smart TV Can “Listen, See, And Do” No Evil

    Samsung’s Smart TV Can “Listen, See, And Do” No Evil

    We’re live here at Samsung’s live press conference at CES International 2012, and Samsung is introducing a new Smart TV with the ability to “listen, see, and do” what it wants, without ever touching the remote control. The idea is that the TV will get smarter the longer you own it, presumably through updates, eliminating the need for you to buy a new TV to keep up pace. Read More

  • Samsung Press Conference at CES 2012

    Samsung’s Live Press Conference At CES International 2012

    It would be a huge understatement to say that Samsung had a good 2011. But that’s not what today’s about. Today, we’re looking into the future of Samsung and no place is better than the Venetian Hotel in Las Vegas. If you feel like following along, check out the webcast below. Read More

  • LG Officially Unveils The Spectrum With 720p Display And Verizon LTE

    LG Officially Unveils The Spectrum With 720p Display And Verizon LTE

    LG and Verizon have just announced their latest LTE Android 2.3 Gingerbread-powered smartphone: the LG Spectrum. Most impressive of all its reported specs would be the 720p display, measuring in at 4.5-inches. The only phone thus far that is able to tout such an impressive display would be the HTC Rezound, which has a slightly smaller screen and measures .53 inches thick. The new LG… Read More

  • Pioneer Announces Android Support For AppRadio 2

    Pioneer Announces Android Support For AppRadio 2

    AppRadio has always been a pretty sweet offering from Pioneer, but something important was missing: support for Android. In 2012, however, Pioneer’s new AppRadio 2 platform will support both iPhone 4/4S as well as select Android phones. It has built-in Bluetooth, which only makes sense in the car, along with two configurable RCA Pre-outs for connecting to aftermarket or OEM amplifiers. Read More

  • Netgear Intros Media Storage Router At CES: The WNDR4500

    Netgear Intros Media Storage Router At CES: The WNDR4500

    Here at the CES International 2012 in Las Vegas, Netgear has whipped out the latest iteration in its line of flagship routers: the WNDR4500. Just like the previous model, you’ll find integrated storage but this new model offers up to 2TB of built-in storage. Consumers can upgrade at any time to get more capacity. But it gets better than that. Read More

  • Intel Adds Integrated Voice Control With Nuance Partnership

    Intel Adds Integrated Voice Control With Nuance Partnership

    Today at Intel’s CES 2012 Keynote, the firm announced a strategic partnership with Nuance. If you’ve forgotten, Nuance is a voice recognition company, so yelling at your new ultrabook may be a closer reality than you thought. You’ll have voice commands for checking in on notifications, and the processing never has to go through the cloud since ultrabooks will provide… Read More

  • Exclusive: IEEE Forms Power Matters Alliance To Determine Wireless Power Standards

    Exclusive: IEEE Forms Power Matters Alliance To Determine Wireless Power Standards

    Standards are important to the tech world. Without them, we’d all be running around to the nearest AT&T, Sprint, or Verizon store to buy replacement chargers instead of borrowing our buddies’ microUSB chargers. iPhone owners know exactly how much this sucks, and so does the IEEE which is now forming another standards association called the Power Matters Alliance. Read More

  • Toshiba’s New Excite X10 Tablet Is World’s Thinnest 10-Inch (For Now)

    Toshiba’s New Excite X10 Tablet Is World’s Thinnest 10-Inch (For Now)

    So much excitement. This is my first CES and while MG may be correct to think that some of my fellow tech bloggers find this trip a tad tedious, I’m pink with barely controlled glee just from being here. But I’ve been excited about CES for a few weeks now, ever since I went to meet with Toshiba and get a sneak peek at their latest tablet. The Excite X10 is now the… Read More

  • Acer Unveils Thinnest Ultrabook At 15mm: The Aspire S5

    Acer Unveils Thinnest Ultrabook At 15mm: The Aspire S5

    Just as we expected, the first of what I’m sure will be plenty of ultrabooks has just showed itself at the CES International show in Las Vegas. Acer just announced what they’re calling the world’s thinnest ultrabook: the Acer Aspire S5. Just 15mm thick at its thickest point, the 13.3-inch ultrabook sports a magnesium alloy cover, with all of the same requirements were seeing… Read More

  • SolarKindle Cover Is Walking On Sunshine (Whoaaa!)

    SolarKindle Cover Is Walking On Sunshine (Whoaaa!)

    I’ve done my fair share of Kindle cover research, and to tell you the truth I wish this new cover from SolarFocus was around when I did. It’s the world’s first solar cover for the Kindle, with a solar panel built right in. The SolarKindle promises “up to three months of unplugged Kindle use under normal sunlight environment.” In my experience that means near a… Read More

  • Samsung Posts Record Q4 Numbers, 35 Million Smartphones Sold

    Samsung Posts Record Q4 Numbers, 35 Million Smartphones Sold

    Samsung has today posted record quarterly profits after selling 35 million smartphones in the fourth quarter, up from 27.9 million in the previous quarter. Operating profits have soared to 5.2 trillion won (US $4.47 billion), representing a 73 percent year-over-year increase. Read More

  • Striiv Fitness Gadget Puts Personalized Challenges On The Menu

    Striiv Fitness Gadget Puts Personalized Challenges On The Menu

    With the New Year already underway, I’m sure many of you are working hard to lose the holiday weight or are otherwise engaged in some hard-core New Years Resolution-style dieting. It’s that time of year, which is likely why Striiv is making a push to add new features. Many of you may remember Striiv from our earlier coverage, in which we decided that the little pocket-sized… Read More

  • iMessage Bug Traps Android Converters’ Personal Conversations… But There’s A Fix!

    iMessage Bug Traps Android Converters’ Personal Conversations… But There’s A Fix!

    iMessage is awesome, right? Since iOS 5 came out I’ve been telling all my friends and family (who, ironically, aren’t what you’d call tech savvy) to update and start sending messages for free. It’s super fast, I tell them, and your messages will be blue! Thrilling, to say the least. There’s just one problem: If you switch to an Android device from an iPhone… Read More

  • Roku’s Streaming Stick Makes Your Dumb TV Much Smarter

    Roku’s Streaming Stick Makes Your Dumb TV Much Smarter

    Smart TVs are great and all — who doesn’t want a dash of WiFi with their daily dose of reality television? — but the segment will face challenges in the market. For one, a $49 Roku LT is a much better value proposition than a $1,000+ smart TV. Secondly, the hardware moves at such a rapid pace that even with solid software updates, your smart TV will likely be outdated much… Read More