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. CrunchBase profile →

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  • To Build Or Not To Build, That Is The Windows Phone App Dev Question

    To Build Or Not To Build, That Is The Windows Phone App Dev Question

    A while back, I used one of my phone reviews as a platform to make a desperate, but necessary, plea to developers: Please build cool apps for Windows Phone 7.5. Come to find Microsoft had been making the same plea for a while as part of a broader support program called BizSpark, which gives tech startups from all walks of life ranging from desktop to the cloud to mobile the support they need… Read More

  • Bag Week Review: The Chrome Anton

    Bag Week Review: The Chrome Anton

    What is it?
    Is it a messenger bag? Is it a briefcase? How about both? Chrome’s Anton laptop bag is equal parts business and play. It comes in both green and black and has a real military feel to it, at least in army green. It may not have the most pockets, or be the lightest bag I’ve toted around, but I can’t help but love it. You can tell the user was in mind during the… Read More

  • Bag Week Review: Incase Alloy Messenger Bag

    Bag Week Review: Incase Alloy Messenger Bag

    What is it?
    So you’ve already heard about the Incase Alloy Series Compact Backpack, and perhaps you felt that the style was super slick but you tend to prefer messenger bags over backpacks. Well, no worries. Incase has a space pack for every need, including the Alloy Messenger Bag. It’s got the same silvery metallic finish, and fits just as much of your junk, but can be tossed over… Read More

  • 4.3-Inch Nokia Lumia 900 Gets Leaked By Nokia (Video)

    4.3-Inch Nokia Lumia 900 Gets Leaked By Nokia (Video)

    It’s only been a couple weeks since Nokia debuted their first Windows Phones, but today we’re getting something a little less official. The Nokia Lumia 900 has found its way to YouTube thanks to none other than Nokia themselves. Apparently the Finnish phone maker posted a video to court developers, promising them the combination of “Nokia’s stunning hardware”… Read More

  • Bag Week Review: Incase Andy Warhol Shoulder Bag (Color: Banana)

    Bag Week Review: Incase Andy Warhol Shoulder Bag (Color: Banana)

    What is it?
    Whether your apartment walls are covered in pop art or not, this Shoulder Bag from Incase’s Andy Warhol collection brings an entirely new sense of style to the laptop bag. Granted, it’s not as durable as some of the other bags we’ve seen this week, nor does it protect your gadgetry as well, but it does have one thing that the other bags don’t: a banana. Read More

  • Wish Your MacBook Transformed Into An iPad? One Day It Might

    Wish Your MacBook Transformed Into An iPad? One Day It Might

    Don’t you sometimes wish you could just rip the display off your MacBook and use it as an iPad? OK, maybe that’s a bit violent, but it’s still worth dreaming of. The folks over at Apple apparently agree with me, as Cupertino has just been granted an application by the U.S. Patent and Trademarks Association for a “Clutch barrel antenna for wireless electronic… Read More

  • Gametel Gaming Controller Turns Any Android Phone Into An Xperia Play (But Better)

    Gametel Gaming Controller Turns Any Android Phone Into An Xperia Play (But Better)

    For many of us, the Xperia Play just wasn’t quite tempting enough to throw out your PSP or 3DS, but there’s no doubt that mobile gaming is on its way to the big leagues. The dedicated D-Pad was an excellent idea, but there simply weren’t enough games supported to make it a worthwhile investment. But what if you could slap a game controller onto your phone and play to your… Read More

  • Coda Automotive Taps GE To Sell Chargers Alongside The Coda Sedan

    Coda Automotive Taps GE To Sell Chargers Alongside The Coda Sedan

    Well, it looks like Coda Automotive — makers of the zero emissions all-electric Coda Sedan — and General Electric (a name that requires no introduction) have teamed up to sell the Coda Sedan and the GE WattStation Wall Mount EV Charger in the same retail outlets. Many of us are already feeling that a shift toward electric vehicles is the responsible decision, but a change that… Read More

  • Bag Week Review: Incase Nylon Sling Sleeve

    Bag Week Review: Incase Nylon Sling Sleeve

    Sometimes you don’t need space for clothes, lunch, paperwork and your pet hamster. Sometimes all you need is an easy way to get your laptop from point A to point B safely. If that’s the case, then we shouldn’t waste any more time before I introduce you to Incase’s Nylon Sling Sleeve. It’s light, compact, durable, and has a design that’s equal parts fun… Read More

  • Fanhattan TV Discovery App Migrates To The iPhone

    Fanhattan TV Discovery App Migrates To The iPhone

    While there are plenty of Apple fanbois out there with the full arsenal of i-branded goodies, not all of us have the cash to afford an iMac, MacBook Air, iPad 2 and iPhone 4S. While Fanhattan is probably the best movie/TV discovery app on the market right now, it has thus far excluded the iPhone crowd. A huge, media-hungry bunch that aren’t used to be left out of anything (at least… Read More

  • Shazam Continues Reversing Freemium Model, Brings LyricPlay To Free App

    Shazam Continues Reversing Freemium Model, Brings LyricPlay To Free App

    The folks over at Shazam have been busy little bees recently. After announcing Shazam for TV, offering up the ability to purchase products seen on television programming courtesy of Delivery Agent, and finally ditching the tagging limits for iOS devices, a brand new feature is making its way into the app. It’s called LyricPlay, and it lets users read the lyrics of the song… Read More

  • Bang & Olufsen’s New Beolit 12 Speaker Dock Preps For The Holidays

    Bang & Olufsen’s New Beolit 12 Speaker Dock Preps For The Holidays

    Christmas is right around the corner, and what could be a better complement your gingerbread and eggnog than a full month of Christmas music. Nothing, right? Which is why you may need this new minimalistic speaker dock from Bang & Olufsen. Based on the FCC info, it looks like the Beolit 12 will be configured for AirPlay, and also supports USB and Ethernet connectivity, along with a 3.5mm… Read More

  • Bag Week Review: The Chrome Krakow Laptop Bag

    Bag Week Review: The Chrome Krakow Laptop Bag

    What is it?
    Boy am I enjoying bag week. Incase’s Alloy series Compact Backpack was quite the treat, but I have wandering eyes which have now led me to the Chrome Krakow Laptop Bag. The thing about the Krakow is that it can withstand just about anything, which seems to be the trend at Chrome. The company is all about letting you go wild and crazy while keeping your gadgetry safe and snug… Read More

  • Sony Ericsson Clarifies Xperia Ice Cream Sandwich Plans

    Sony Ericsson Clarifies Xperia Ice Cream Sandwich Plans

    In addition to outlining its plans in Dutch on Facebook, Sony Ericsson has clarified its stance on bringing Ice Cream Sandwich to the Xperia-toting masses on its blog today. As if you haven’t been obsessively reading up on the update already, I’ll go ahead and mention a few new features including flexible widgets, Roboto font, the ability to take screen shots, revamped… Read More

  • Bag Week Review: The Incase Alloy Series Compact Backpack

    Bag Week Review: The Incase Alloy Series Compact Backpack

    What is it?
    Happy Bag Week everyone, and please kindly meet the Incase Alloy Series Compact Backpack. I’ve been reviewing this bag for a while now, and I have to say I much prefer it to anything I actually own. I’ll be sad to see it go. However, it happens to look like some sort of space pack you’d see in Battlestar Galactica with its metallic finish, so it’s definitely… Read More

  • Hands-On With The Samsung Captivate Glide For AT&T

    Hands-On With The Samsung Captivate Glide For AT&T

    You may have already been acquainted with the Samsung Captivate Glide, but it hasn’t quite gotten as much attention as it deserves. Today, that changes. I got the opportunity to get up close and personal with the new Android slider and found it to be a solid little handset for anyone who simply can’t stand touchscreen keyboards. Read More

  • Looxcie Adds Live Broadcasting To The Menu With The LooxcieLive Public Beta

    Looxcie Adds Live Broadcasting To The Menu With The LooxcieLive Public Beta

    In a day and age where we can’t seem to stop broadcasting ourselves to the world, Looxcie is adding yet another way to share video clips via mobile. Ladies and gentlemen, I’m proud to introduce you to the LooxcieLive Public Beta app — a live streaming video application that, when paired with the Looxcie or Looxcie 2, lets you broadcast live video hands-free. Read More

  • Quick Review: Kogeto Dot Panoramic iPhone 4/4S Add-On

    Quick Review: Kogeto Dot Panoramic iPhone 4/4S Add-On

    The Kogeto Dot isn’t necessarily new. We spotted it back at TechCrunch Disrupt New York and found it to be quite the fun little iPhone accessory, but back then it was merely a prototype. Today, we’ve gotten our hands on the real deal and I have to say, I’ve had a pretty good time playing around with this little guy. Along with the accessory itself, you’ll also need… Read More

  • Nokia’s Crazy Bendy Kinetic Concept Blew Your Mind? Watch This!

    Nokia’s Crazy Bendy Kinetic Concept Blew Your Mind? Watch This!

    Nokia is totally ready for the future. They’ve already debuted a totally insane flexible kinetic interface concept, and now they’ve even drawn up an implementation for it: HumanForm. No, the phone doesn’t look like a you-themed action figure, but rather has a tear drop shape (probably my biggest gripe about the concept). I’m not going to go into too much detail… Read More

  • Class-Action Lawsuit Forces Apple To Replace Frayed MagSafe Power Cords

    Class-Action Lawsuit Forces Apple To Replace Frayed MagSafe Power Cords

    Any Apple devotee has struggled through the charger situation. Those Mag-Safe T-shaped chargers fray pretty easily, at which point you have to twist and turn the cord to pull in a charge. It’s a huge pain, to say the least. But it appears those struggles are coming to a close, as Apple has lost a lawsuit which will now require the company to either replace MagSafe power cords or hand over… Read More