• Ebeam creates an interactive surface anywhere you want

    Huh? Killer soundtrack, though. Heh. Read More

  • CrunchDeals: 10 percent off memory from Crucial


    I recently upgraded the MacBook from 512MB of RAM to 2GB from Crucial and now it runs like butta. Butta, I tells ya. Crucial makes it easy to find out what RAM you need for your rig and now you can get 10 percent off. Select parts are in the promotion so check out the site and order anytime from Friday, Nov. 23 to Monday, Nov. 26, 2007. There’s even free shipping within the… Read More

  • Black Friday madness continues: Wal*Mart

    If you’re the type of socially irresponsible douche who actually shops at Wal*Mart, then you’ll appreciate this list of Black Friday deals the behemoth has in store for you. Notables include an HP scanner/printer combo thing for $35, a decent-lookinf 7-Megapixel Kodak digicam for $90, and a really interesting deal: an 8-Megapixel Polaroid digital camera bundled with a six-inch… Read More

  • CrunchDeals: 10 free HD DVDs with Toshiba HD DVD player for only $200

    This is one hell of a bitchin’ deal from Amazon. When you purchase a Toshiba HD-A3 player (also applies to the HD-A30 or HD-A35) for $199.99 you get 10 free HD DVDs. You already receive 300 and The Bourne Identity with the player and then an additional three from the following list: Read More

  • Buy.com's Black Friday deals leaked

    We told you about a great deal from Buy.com earlier today, and BlackFriday.info has spilled the kittens on what to expect from Buy.com for Black Friday, and it’s pretty good stuff. Take, for example, the Slingbox PRO with HD cables bundle for $230, shipped, and a metric ton of Zune accessories. Have a look, pretend it’s Friday. Buy.com’s Black Friday [blackfriday dot info] Read More

  • CrunchDeals: Amazon can't wait till Friday, we don't blame them

    It’s mostly computer peripherals so don’t wet yourself or anything, but the deals are pretty sweet if you’re in the market for mice, keyboards and speakers. The majority of the items listed will include free shipping and certain items are available Turkey Day and Buyer’s Remorse Day aka Monday. The CrunchDeals begin tomorrow so be on your A-game. Hit the jump for a full… Read More

  • Blackjack II available on Black Friday

    The black Blackjack II will be on store shelves this Friday with the red wine version going on sale 12/6. It’s $149.99 with two-year contract. That is all. Read More

  • Facebook Stealing Googlers At An Alarming Rate

    Facebook and Google have been competing with each over more than just social networking. Facebook is growing from 300ish employees today to 700 next year. And the best place to get good engineers and others is Google, where many have already vested on their stock options and are looking for the next big hit. Facebook has already claimed Youtube CFO Gideon Yu, eCommerce Product lead Benjamin… Read More

  • T-Mobile: for you my friend, a special deal: no-contract iPhone $1,500

    Well, boppers, you can now get your iPhone fix (in the old country, at least) without signing up for that stifling 24-month contract. Of course, it took Vodafone suing them to make it happen, and then there’s the catch: they’re selling it for 999 Euros, or about 1,500 of our Yankee “dollars.” You’ll be able to use other SIM cards, but T-Mobile warns that not all… Read More

  • ProductWiki's Formula For Unbiased Reviews

    Can product reviews be done in a wiki? And can they be done better than the regular way of each reviewer having his or her own say? One of the entrepreneurs I spoke with at our Boston MeetUp, Omar Ismail, thinks they can. He is a founder of ProductWiki, based in Waterloo, Ontario. The idea behind ProductWiki is to create collaborative product reviews that boil all the judgments about a… Read More

  • Olympus reveals 360-degree HD Camera

    Sure, they’ve been shooting panoramas since the days of sepia-tone, but it’s never been so easy, and it’s never been so def. Hi-def, that is. This new Olympus gadget shoots full circle within a vertical plane of 50°. The company explains that by optimizing the axisymmetric free-form-surface lens, which apparently is the cylindrical lens element, they were able to achieve… Read More

  • CrunchDeals: Noise canceling headphones, $15 shipped

    Buy.com started offering its holiday savings early and one of the good deals is this pair of RCA HPNC250 noise canceling headphones. They carry a list price of $59.99 but you can get them for $14.99 with free shipping. If you’re a first-time Google Checkout user, you can get another $10 off. It’s quite possible that these aren’t the greatest headphones in the history of… Read More

  • ThirstyLight! Tells you when to wet your wysteria's whistle

    I’m not sure why you wouldn’t just use your built-in all-purpose moisture indicator (tongue) to tell whether your plant’s soil is dry, but this thing is cool anyway. It tests for wetness each second and blinks as your dirt dries out. They’re battery powered, and supposedly will last a year before you have to get a new power source. Ah, imagine a nighttime scene, just… Read More

  • This post has nothing to do with Leopard, Kindle, iPhone or anything

    We will not be writing a post on Facebook dropping the word “is” from its status messages. It’s just silly. Facebook drops the word “is” from the status message; tech blogs go bonkers [tech.blorge.com] Read More

  • Get Cash For All Your Electronic Junk At BuyMyTronics

    We’ve previously covered BuyMyBrokenIpod here and on CrunchGear. They paid reasonable amounts of cash for working or broken iPods, no questions asked. In our post, we checked their prices to eBay’s and they compared favorably, without the hassle of going through the auction process. Today the site has changed its name to BuyMyTronics, and they’ve increased the range of… Read More

  • Leopard upgrade freezing some portables' keyboards

    If your Intel-based Apple portable is having keyboard problems after the Leopard upgrade, you’re not alone. In fact, you’re alongside legions of other users. The bug comes and goes intermittently, causing the keyboard to freeze for a random amount of time. Usually a restart will solve it, but often an extra and PITA step of a PRAM reset is needed. The latest software update… Read More

  • Old school PlayStation shoes on eBay

    Well look at these humdingers. They’re up for auction on eBay right now with a current bid of $1000 and there’s still three and a half days to go. They come with some pretty loud purple laces that you can’t see in this photograph, but why not just click on through and see what all the hubbub’s about? Man, these are size 13. I wear size 13. Should I buy them? I… Read More

  • Why the Sidekick Slide is dying

    I’ve had one issue with my Slide shutting down and now we know what the problem is with the random power cycling. I’m glad Motorola has found the problem and is working to resolve it, but I think my days with the Sidekick are coming to an end. UPDATED T-Mobile USA Statement on Sidekick Slide Motorola has determined that the intermittent power cycling on some T-Mobile Sidekick… Read More

  • DRM hurts retailers sez nice British lady

    Kim Bayley, director-general of the Entertainment Retailers Association (ERA), is warning that DRM is “stifling growth and working against the consumer interest.” Wait a sec, Kim. Say that again. “DRM is stifling growth and working against the consumer interest.” Come on over here. Give us a little kiss. Amen, sister. Basically she’s saying what we’re… Read More

  • Daddy, what is a BSOD?

    Hello, children. Sit down please. There are three of you who didn’t get permission slips signed so you will have quiet study in the cafeteria. We’ll split you up into boys and girls and the boys will go in with Father Trenor and we’ll stay here, ladies. OK. Thank you. You’re all in junior high now and old enough to be asking a number of questions. This is a time when we… Read More

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