The hardware that’s bringing computing everywhere

  • Samsung's Ultra Slim F700 Says iPhone Who?

    I will admit that I’m over the iPhone and all the clones that it’s unleashed upon the world. But Samsung has pulled me back in with the Ultra Slim F700. It may not be the skinniest sister in the bunch but it sure does pack a whole lot more than the rest of the family. This is truly a revolutionary mobile phone and I’d give my arm to see it at 3GSM next week. Read More

  • Xbox 360 And Airport Extreme 802.11n Don't Get Along

    How childish can Microsoft and Apple get? Pretty darn childish since they just don’t want to play nice with each other at all. Apple’s iTunes didn’t like Vista and now Xbox 360s don’t like Apple’s Airport Extreme 802.11n. Maybe it’s just a coincidence except it’s not; Wii and PS3 owners have not reported any problems. Any network run on the… Read More

  • Daily Crunch: Fishscale Edition

    Wowee Dragonfly Hands-On. Verdict: Awesome!
    Fishy Power
    FishCam Finds Nemo
    Mario Theme On Exotic Instruments
    Bluetooth Heaven: Aliph Jawbone Read More

  • iPods To Get Flash Memory And…

    Why haven’t we seen the highly rumored widescreen/touch-screen video iPod, the rumor mill has been going bonkers over it for over a year now? Everyone knows that it’s the next step in the iPod evolution and yet with every Apple event we’re left wondering if it will ever emerge. Hold strong and keep the faith because there is some light at the end of this tunnel. Read More

  • Windows Mobile 6 (Officially) Announced

    Alright, this shouldn’t be new to anyone who reads the site regularly, but Windows Mobile 6 is coming. We’ve already reported tons of information on Crossbow, but today there is a little more. Namely by the way of an official announcement: Read More

  • Sprint, Novatel Bring EV-DO to MacBook Pro

    We Mac users have been left out in the cold when it comes to 3G wireless for the most part, but Sprint and Novatel are here to settle the score. The EX720 ExpressCard is an EV-DO Rev. A card that grants your MacBook Pro the ability to access the Internet on the go at an impressive 1.4Mbps via its ExpressCard slot. And it will ship with OS X drivers. This means no insane Googling for third party… Read More

  • RIAA to Apple: More DRM, Please

    . Instead of using clear-headed thinking and admitting that DRM is a problem and not a solution, the RIAA thinks that Apple just needs to open up its DRM to competitors. On the surface, the RIAA’s complaint makes sense, the idea being that there should be an industry-wide, single standard for DRM. This would make any portable device compatible with any music store. The problem is that… Read More

  • Solar Keyboard for Eco-Geeks

    If you’re concerned that your porn downloading habits are bad for the environment, then your idea of conscience is more mixed-up than mine. But it might feel better after you pick up this keyboard by Genius. With a built-in solar panel, the wireless keyboard charges with ambient light instead of using off the shelf batteries that poison the ground and kill your family. Sadly, the… Read More

  • Korea Gets UMPC With 3G, GPS

    We like PDAs, and we like laptops, but the combo of the two, the UMPC, sucks. The idea is sound, but the execution tends to be lackluster. However, we’re changing our tune after seeing the UREN A1 by Innowell. Taking the UMPC form factor, with its 7-inch touchscreen running Windows XP, Innowell adds two things that have kept us from finding these portables sexy: real wireless… Read More

  • Twelve Gigabyte USB Flashdrive for Old, Old Macs

    Pocketec has announced a pocketable 12GB USB drive in a one-inch form factor. That itself is slightly lust inducing, but what’s really peculiar is the stats listed at AVING: compatibility with Windows 98 through Vista, and Mac OS 8.6. Wait, what? Yah, we don’t get it either, but we do like the switchblade action of the USB plug and the 1.7-ounce weight. It looks to be… Read More

  • Meizu iPhone Clone Is Official

    The iPhone phone you should lust over is now official. According to sources inside Meizu, the M8 is in the pipeline and apparently Meizu wants to market it as an MP3 phone, but that’s sooo three years ago. Most of the specs that were rumored seem to hold water. It will be a 3.3-inch VGA touchscreen for GSM and TD-SCDMA networks. It will also supposedly run the latest version of… Read More

  • LG Shine Hits England

    Oh, England, you jerk! Making us all jealous. Not only do you guys get castles and high tea, but you also get the LG Shine before we do. The Shine is the one phone on our radar that might compare to the iPhone as far as sexiness goes, and you’ve got it first. Well, Asia was first, but that’s normal. But you, UK? Not only that, but you’re getting it full retail, unlocked, so… Read More

  • Bluetooth Heaven: Aliph Jawbone

    Allow me to introduce you to the fanciest Bluetooth headset currently available, the Jawbone from Aliph. I’ve been hearing about the device for some months, but it wasn’t until CES that I actually encountered one. So is it everything it’s been cracked up to be? Read More

  • NES RetroPort Shakes Off The Dust

    Let’s face it our hands and brain are stuck in the past when it comes to playing Mario and Tetris, the Wii-motes just don’t cut it. The spacing of the buttons is all off and it’s just plain awkward. Muscle memory can be a bitch but if you have NES controllers lying around, I know the Nintendo Fanboys do, well you’re in luck. The RetroPort lets you plug-and-play… Read More

  • Verizon Ready for Battle

    Michael McKeehan, Verizon director of Internet and technology, declared today at FTTH that Verizon’s FiOS is ready for whatever bandwidths its competitors ramp up to. “If they offer 6Mbps, we go a bit better. We don’t see the need to ramp up the speeds just yet,” said McKeehan. The problem that I see, is an availability that comparatively is more limited than other… Read More

  • We Go Fast

    Time is an inevitable casualty of technology. No matter how much time it promises to save, it seems that technological advances always end up consuming more time. The issue is responsibility. A bit of technology might be convenient, but it adds another responsibility to your life. One more thing that you have to learn and use; one more thing to divert your attention from your other… Read More

  • Small Gamepad, Big Features

    The MaxFire Pandora Pro is a tiny, foldable, vibrating USB gamepad. It features four action buttons, four side buttons, a turbo button and a retractable USB cable. Weighing in at only one ounce, the pad is perfect for laptops — and Smurfs. The gamepad also comes with a small case that can hold miniSD cards. MaxFire Pandora Pro [EverythingUSB] Read More

  • SD to Mini-SD, Diatec Gets It Right

    Diatec is releasing an SD to mini-SD converter that is pretty simple in design, yet no one has bothered to release one until now. Cram your SD card into the cradle and voila, you’re ready to transfer all your goodies. The converter drops at the end of March in Japan and is priced around $30. SD To Mini-Sd [Gearfuse] Read More

  • Samsung Bordeaux Is Hot And Steamy

    Samsung aims to please with its newest line of Bordeaux LCD TVs. The Bordeaux line is so much more refined than previous models that it just screams sophistication. The curved transparent base is a simple yet refined addition. Contrast ratio is 10,000:1 a significant jump from 5,000:1 and it can be seen anywhere within a 178 degree angle. The 32 and 40-inch models don’t come cheap… Read More

  • Lifetimer Clock Reminds Me To Pick Up Vince's Mom

    Did you forget your girlfriend’s birthday this year, again? Or how about that important meeting you had with a big client? Maybe you just want to know how long it is until you leave for that tropical vacation. The Lifetimer Clock does all that and whatever else your busy or boring schedule calls for, with 12 different event slots with individual timers you’ll always be in the know. Read More