• Rogers bringing iPhone to Canada


    After months of speculation, Rogers revealed in their Q1 earnings report that they will be bringing the iPhone to Canada later this year. Pricing and other details were not disclosed. Read More

  • OS X on OQO

    http://blip.tv/scripts/flash/showplayer.swf?enablejs=true&feedurl=http%3A%2F%2Fengadget%2Eblip%2Etv%2Frss%2Fflash&file=http%3A%2F%2Fblip%2Etv%2Frss%2Fflash%2F870178%3Freferrer%3Dhttp%3A%2F%2Fwww%2Eengadget%2Ecom%2F2008%2F04%2F29%2Foqo%2Dhacked%2Dto%2Drun%2Dleopard%2Dnow%2Dworlds%2Dsmallest%2Dmac%2Fsource%3D3&brandlink=http%3A%2F%2Fblip%2Etv%2F%3Futm%5Fsource%3Dbrandlink&brandname=blip%2Etv&showplayerpath=http%3A%2F%2Fblip%2Etv%2Fscripts%2Fflash%2Fshowplayer%2Eswf I looked into getting Leopard to run on mini-PCs and this gives me hope that it is actually possible. While it’s not easy, this hack lets you install Leopard onto the OQO mini-PC and even dual-boot into Windows when you need to run Quicken. The only thing they couldn’t get to work was WWAN, which they’re working on now&hellip… Read More

  • Order CinemaNow Movies with your Cell Phone

    The digital movie provider CinemaNow announced today that customers can use their cell phones to view movie trailers and order full-length titles to watch on their home television or computer through its mobile website. The new service allows customers to buy or rent a movie while they are out and about with friends or family. “It definitely makes discovery a little more social when you… Read More

  • Kenshoo opens UK office

    Kenshoo, an Israel-HQ’d startup which automates search engine marketing techniques performed by SEM agencies, has launched a UK office, following its recent round of funding. The company, which competes with bid-management software from the likes of DoubleClick, aQuantive’s Atlas Solutions, and Omniture, automates the creation and management of labour intensive search marketing… Read More

  • Metacafe Founders Ditch, Reportedly Cash Out Their Shares For $5 Million

    The co-founders of once-hot video startup Metacafe, Arik Czerniak (pictured with his nephew son) and Ofer Adler, have left the company and cashed out their shares for $5 million, according to an article in the Israeli paper The Marker (in Hebrew). Czerniak stepped down as CEO in February, 2007, when he was replaced by former Electronic Arts executive Erick Hachenburg, but stayed on the board. Read More

  • MSI Wind: More info and photos

    TweakTown has some more details about MSI’s upcoming Wind notebook, one of the latest in the line of Asus Eee competitors. So far, the specs look pretty good and the relatively large 10-inch screen and 12-inch wide keyboard are welcome additions. Read More

  • Milk, eggs and video games: Even the 'regular' media praises GTA IV

    “That” game comes out today, I think, and one of the best parts of its launch is seeing how the regular, non-gaming press handles it. For example, the New York Times has a cute little story describing gamers’ “craving” for the game. All the bases are covered, including the numbers (five million copies expected to be sold in the next two weeks; the industry as a… Read More

  • Wigix Brings Order to World of Online Trading

    Shopping on eBay is more like navigating a street marketplace than visiting a department store. Disparate vendors sell their wares without any real coordination. As a result, buyers must visit each and everyone of them to ensure that they’re getting the best deal. And with each visit, they must cope and make sense of new advertising spins and types of service. Wigix launches in public… Read More

  • Daily Crunch: Bat Dance Edition

    Hot? This liquid-cooled shirt should fix that
    Batman MP3 player looks pretty stupid unless you’re Batman, because all his stuff is shaped like bats
    Necklace reminds you to take your medicine
    My Pee Pee Bottle: $10 well spent
    Fine living: The urban security suit Read More

  • Sonic Solutions Acquires PhotoShow Developer

    Sonic Solutions has acquired photo software developer Simple Star in an effort to expand its web presence. Simple Star is the creator of PhotoShow, desktop and flash-based software that allows users to create ‘movies’ of their photos and video clips (you can see a sample here). The PhotoShow acquisition also includes a large community based around the product. Sonic Solutions is… Read More

  • Definitely Web 2.0? Maybe.

    Accosted by a man with a video camera who asks you what Web 2.0 is all about during Web 2 Expo, I had a crack a the subject in a few pithy sentences. The video by SocialTNT is below, but if you don’t have 5 minutes (for the whole video) then here’s the short version. I think the Web has gone through three stages, or what I call the “Three Ps” : 1. Pages… Read More

  • Every UK VC deal in 2007

    I’ve decided to go the whole hog and pull out the whole of 2007’s list of VC investments in tech companies, as compiled by CalibreOne recently. Over the next few days and weeks I’m going to delve into what happened to a few of these firms, a large number of which are the kinds of companies TechCrunch would take an interest in. But for now, feast your eyes on a year’s… Read More

  • JAJAH Lands 97 Million Yahoo Users

    VOIP provider JAJAH has just got a welcome boost via a deal with Yahoo that will see JAJAH power premium voice on Yahoo Messenger. Under the deal, JAJAH will provide its proprietary telephony infrastructure, payment processing, and customer care to Yahoo Messenger users using the platform for receiving calls from the PSTN network, or for making calls to land lines and mobile phones. The… Read More

  • Interview With Citi Analyst Mark Mahaney On Yahoo/Microsoft/Google

    Citi’s Internet Analyst Mark Mahaney has been at the center of the Microsoft/Yahoo takeover battle since the beginning. On February 2, a day after the Microsoft bid, Mahaney gave his reasons why he believed the deal had just a 60% chance of happening. Mahaney also estimated (on February 2) that a search advertising outsourcing arrangement with Google could boost Yahoo cash flows by 25%… Read More

  • InvenSense Takes $19 Million Series C

    InvenSense has taken $19 million Series C in a round led by Sierra Ventures with previous investors Artiman Ventures, Partech International and Qualcomm Ventures also participating. Strategic investors in the round included Foxconn, Inventec Appliances Corp, Skylake Ventures, DoCoMo Capital and VentureTech Alliance. Sunnyvale based InvenSense makes motion sensing solutions for mobile… Read More

  • $3.25 Million More For Embeddable Flash Documents

    Docstoc, the professional document repository and community, has raised $3.25 Million in Series B funding. The round was led by Rustic Canyon Partners, and brings their total funding to over $4 Million. Docstoc serves as a repository for professional documents, featuring forms, templates, and a variety of other material. Its flash-based viewer can be embedded into other pages, allowing… Read More

  • Adventurers Unite on National Geographic's TOPO Explorer

    Remember when wireless technology was supposed to help us get out of our offices once in a while? What happened to that? Sure, we might not be constrained to our cubicles all day – instead, we carry them around with us. And let’s be honest… We all know a certain blogger who could stand to lose thirty pounds. It’s nice to see that sometimes this wireless stuff lives up… Read More

  • BeamMe.Info Offers Information Sharing Via SMS

    BeamMe.info offers a web page to SMS service for sites looking to offer users an alternative to writing information down. BeamMe.info works by site owners placing a BeamMe button on their website next to relevant information users might want a copy of, for example next to address information. Users click the button and are then prompted to enter their cell phone number (most countries are… Read More

  • Yelp Lets Businesses Fight Back

    Local businesses have a love/hate relationship with review site Yelp: The site sends new customer leads to the businesses reviewed. But businesses can also be reviewed (and trashed) without even knowing Yelp exists. Businesses like Oakland coffee shop Cafe Rooz felt slighted by the ratings site when a few vocal customers posted poor reviews. They went so far as to declare No Yelpers. But… Read More

  • Artemis Eternal Brings "Crowd-Funding" To Movie Making

    Jessica Mae Stover wants independent funding for her movie project “Artemis Eternal,” so she’s turning to social media for a (her term) “Crowd-Funding” drive. The idea is simple enough: visitors get to follow the entire process. Contributions for the film range from $1+ with the contributor getting an online credit for the contribution, $25+ gets the contributor… Read More

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