• Numark Finalizes Release Date For iDJ2

    Plagued by delays, it finally seems Numark’s latest iPod DJ mixer, the iDJ2, is set to be released. Come September, you’ll be able to plunk down a whopping $600 on an iPod mixer that’s supposed to revolutionize DJing. the iDJ2 features dual iPod docks, scratch pads, pitch control, beat-matching, key-lock, and the ability to play two songs from the same iPod at once, which… Read More

  • iStraw: For the Mysophobe In All Of Us

    I have slight case of mysophobia, but I’m not some OCD freak about everything. That would be a terrible lifestyle to lead and I understand that some people can’t help it, but this is beyond my comprehension. I can understand the need for an iStraw when you’re traveling the globe, but anyone carrying this around on a normal basis has some major issues. The iStraw is a… Read More

  • Zork for the iPhone: You Were Eaten By a Grue

    I don’t want to turn CG into iPhoneAppCentral.com, but this is too good to pass up. They’ve ported Frotz to the iPhone so now you can “GO EAST” and “PICK UP SWORD” all from the comfort of your glossy touchscreen. Read More

  • MySpace, A Place For (prescription painkillers and heroin) Junkies

    The drugs of choice for the MySpace generation: prescription painkillers (oxycodone, hydrocodone, morphine and methadone) and heroin. So says Reckitt Benckiser Pharmaceuticals, the company behind a new drug addiction area of MySpace called Addiction411. The site says it was developed to educate the public about dependence on opioids and provide “user-friendly” information on… Read More

  • British Orchestra To Perform Concert In Second Life

    Yahoo! News really needs to get the facts straight. It’s currently saying that the Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra will be playing the first professional concert in Second Life. Hmm, that’s funny. This Google search shows that Duran Duran and Suzanne Vega have already performed in-game. Seems like a bunch of crap, unless you don’t consider Duran Duran “professional… Read More

  • Moo Card Carrying Cases

    Say that three times fast! If you use Flickr, you’re probably familiar with Moo and the cute little biz cards they print up with your photos. Problem is, these cards are differently shaped than the standard business card Joe Blow (or Matt) hands you. So if you rely solely on Moo cards (or don’t), why not get a proper carrying case? These beautiful cases are available from Splatgirl… Read More

  • Care To Swamble On That?

    Las Vegas based (where else?) Swamble is a new mobile-focused website that lets users place and accept wagers on just about anything they can think of. It’s a bit like UK-based Gottabet. But U.S. residents can’t legally use Gottabet because it allows cash wagers. Swamble, for now, allows bets to be settled only with things other than cash. The site is optimized for mobile use. Read More

  • How To Kill A PS3

    There are some sick people in this world and the guys over at PS3 Vault seem to be the merriest bunch of them. The team spent quite a few hours stress testing the PS3, putting it through tasks no human would ever endure. Each environment they tested the PS3 included running various games and movies on the console for a total of 108 hours per environment. A typical family room at 73 F was fine… Read More

  • 46 Million Nokia Batteries Waiting To Burn Your Face Off

    Nokia, you’ve got some explaining to do, rather, Matsushita has a bit of explaining to do over the 46 million batteries that are potential fire hazards. A short circuit in the BL-5C batteries manufactured between December 2005 and November 2006 are at risk of overheating when recharging in the 1100 series on up to the N91 and E60. Of course, Nokia is offering replacement of all batteries… Read More

  • Sony-Ericsson Cybershot K770 Announced

    Sony-Ericsson today officially announced the highly anticipated Cybershot K770. This powerful cameraphone is due out in Q4 and is only a mere 14-mm thin! It packs a 3.2-megapixel camera unlike some other phones, has an included 256MB M2 card for storing all those high-rez pics, an LED flash, and a beautiful 1.9-inch QVGA display. Top it off with a lil’ tri-band GSM and you have a hell of… Read More

  • iPhone Unlocked For Reals

    Alright, so this is what I think. I think that until one of you readers leaves a comment confirming this unlocking method, it’s just another stupid rumor. Some guy on some forums says that you can buy a Turbo SIM card and can program it to work on your network via the iPhone. So you get the SIM card, you get the iPhone unlocked. All the features too apparently. Sounds fishy. So… Read More

  • Shure Music Phone Adapter Review


    While I’m not thrilled that Apple chose to make the iPhone’s headphone jack inaccessible to most high-end headphones, adapters are popping up left and right. The best one I’ve seen so far is the MPA-3c from Shure. For $40, you get a 32-inch cable with an integrated microphone that turns any set of headphones into a cell-phone headset. You also get a little bit of control… Read More

  • Expanding Profits Require Femtocells Says In-Stat

    I was walking to work yesterday and found a video on my phone that proved the existence of Bigfoot. When I tried to replay the evidence for my colleagues in the office, I couldn’t get a signal. No one believed me and I was laughed at. If this has happened to you, you’re not alone. In-Stat research shows that the future for mobile technology will rely on devices that allow… Read More

  • AOL Mobile Search Now in Beta

    Need to find movie times, directions to the theater and possibly a place to grab a bite afterward? AOL Mobile Search, which is now in beta, will let you find what you’re seeking on Moviefone, MapQuest and AOL CityGuide, while the Web search functionality is powered by Google. Listings however are by CityGuide, while news and stocks are powered by AOL News. Maybe planning ahead could… Read More

  • Australian Schools Remain Mobile: Students Jump Like Kangaroos with Joy

    As an avid reader of MobileCrunch, you’ll recall yesterday’s article on a possible ban of cell phones from all Australian public schools. Australia is a country that loves to ban things. Law abiding citizens aren’t able to own a gun there, so only criminals have them. Even collectible swords are kept out of the hands of fellow citizens. But school children all over… Read More

  • AT&T and LG Electronics Reveal New Trax Mobile Phone

    If you like small devices that carry a lot of media devices, AT&T and LG Electronics MobileComm USA. Inc. (LG mobile phones) have announced the new traxTM by LG. At 3.55 ounces, this ultra-thin handset will have the skinniest model wishing she didn’t eat those 150 calories for dinner. All your favorite music can be installed on trax and the device can connect to music subscriptions… Read More

  • I-play Goes All In

    The national poker craze is showing no signs of letting up, but maybe I just haven’t seen the tell yet. If you’re looking to get in the game you can either try your luck, which we all know won’t get you that far, or you can hone your skills first. I-play may have just dealt you the ticket to a winning hand. Today mobile entertainment content provider I-play announced the… Read More

  • DJ Envy Turns Handsets in Mixtape Players

    While many hip-hop fans might not remember the cassette, everyone still knows what the “mixtape.” Now Cellfish Media and DJ Envy, who has an audience of over 10 million fans from his New York-based syndicated Hot 97, and Sirius Satellite Radio’s Hip-Hop Nation, are joining forces to bring the mixtape to cell phones. This new format, dubbed The Mobile Mixtape, will feature… Read More

  • Watchdog Warns Parents About Sexual Predators

    Sprint announced today that Family Watchdog is available free on select Sprint phones. Family Watchdog maps the location of registered sex offenders. Users can view maps of where registered sex offenders live and work from anywhere on Sprint or Nextel networks. Offender photographs, descriptions and conviction records are archived. Individual names can be checked out and active AMBER… Read More

  • AdMob Launches iPhone Mobile Ad Unit

    The iPhone apparently is so popular – or at least has the perception of popularity – that advertisers are lining up to get to its users. Thus AdMob announced today that it has launched a new advertising unit to help brands and companies reach the hundreds of thousands of Apple iPhone users. This new ad unit will work with the AdMob network of publishers to monetize their iPhone… Read More

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