• Reader Response Week Two

    Reader Response Week Two

    We have a winner for the Samsung Blackjack, so all comments from here on out will count for next Friday’s as of yet unannounced prize. Before I announce the winner, however, I wanted to take a moment to thank you all for contributing so thoroughly. We truly can’t do the site without you and your participation helps us know that we’re on the right track with what kind of… Read More

  • First Man in Space

    http://video.google.com/googleplayer.swf?docId=-369888258105653405&hl=en File this in the not really tech but I don’t care department. Browsing around on Google Video last night, I came across this video of the first man in space. It’s a two minute clip on an Air Force experiment involving on the affects of extremely high altitudes on the human body. Basically Joe Kittinger was… Read More

  • Web-based Media Player Lets You Stream Your iTunes To Any Computer

    Web-based Media Player Lets You Stream Your iTunes To Any Computer

    Streampad is a Web-based media player that gives users access to their digital music library from any computer. Similar to Songbird, it streams your personal library from the Internet but it runs completely inside any browser. Streampad is a free service. Users download a Java desktop application that stores the metadata from all MP3 and AC3 files (protected and unprotected) it finds on your… Read More

  • TokyoFlash Biohazard: They Live Among Us

    TokyoFlash Biohazard: They Live Among Us

    TokyoFlash sells some fancy watches, including a little something that our own little Raj wears around the house. Now, however, we’ve got one that can detect aliens even without having to slice their outer skins to get at the milky green skin underneath. A press of the button sends the watch into scan mode and the various panels & readouts animate as if scanning the area for life forms. Read More

  • Reader Response Update

    Reader Response Update

    There is almost exactly two hours until we give away the Samsung Blackjack. You all have been commenting furiously and for that I commend you. But that doesn’t mean you should slack off now. There is time yet. You could win. Decisions have not been made! So comment like the wind and win your very own Samsung Blackjack. You have until 5PM EST. Oh and if you enjoy CrunchGear, please be sure to… Read More

  • Canon Powershot SD900 Digital ELPH Hands On

    Canon Powershot SD900 Digital ELPH Hands On

    Canon has been one of the best names in the photography business for a long time. The quality of both their SLR and DSLR cameras are always top-notch and superb. I remember years ago my friend would always upgrade to the latest Canon Powershot every time a new one came out and in fact, the difference in quality would always be noticeable. A few weeks ago I got my hands on a Canon Powershot SD900… Read More

  • Sprint U720 Brings EV-DO Rev. A to USB

    You may or may not remember the Novatel EV-DO Rev. A USB dongle from Sprint that Mr. Hickey reported on way back in Octubre. Well the U720 has started to surface and SlashGear has an exclusive (!!!!) review of it up. Mr. Davies from SlashGear was able to get a not unimpressive 342Kbps down and 127Kbps up. Also notable is the fact that he was able to run it on OS X. So I guess if you count yourself… Read More

  • Amazon Askville Launches With Dungeons & Dragons Angle

    Want to become a Level 10 Blogging Advice expert? Then earn some Quest Coins and spend them on cool stuff at Amazon? Check out Amazon’s newest service, Askville. The site launched moments ago at 2 pm PST. This is a “questions & answer” site similar to Yahoo, Yedda, AnswerBag, the recently departed Google Answers and even the rarely mentioned Microsoft QnA. So what makes… Read More

  • Griffin Brings the Obnoxiousness of Disko to Nano

    , it’s a polycarbonate case to protect your svelte MP3 hardware. In most respects, it’s fairly typical, other than the “ring of bling,” a series of lights around the clickwheel that light up into patterns to force those with epilepsy into submission. Read More

  • DVD Media Quality Assurance 101

    DVD Media Quality Assurance 101

    If you’ve ever stood on the blank media aisle at Best Buy, wondering whether those expensive name brand DVD-Rs or are really better than the cheap ass ghetto nondescript blanks, then you’re probably not aware that most of blanks are actually made by a small group of manufacturers and rebranded by the big boys. Yea that was a long sentence. Anyway, digitalFAQ has compiled an extensive… Read More

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  • Cingular HSDPA to Get Effing Fast, 7.2Mbps fast

    A representative for Qualcomm stated recently that Cingular would be launching 7.2Mbps HSDPA in January. This purported bandwidth leap is nearly double the speed of current HSDPA, which tops out at 3.6Mbps, and about half the speed of HSDPA’s theoretical tops of 14.4Mbps. As the proud owner of a Samsung Blackjack, an HSDPA equipped device, I’m rather elated to the HSDPA bandwidth… Read More

  • DS: "I Want To Be Like Wii!"

    DS: "I Want To Be Like Wii!"

    If you’ve been wishing your Nintendo DS was more like the Nintendo Wii, the DS motion card may be something to look into. The motion card plugs into the DS card slot and features a 3-axis accelerometer and single-axis gyroscope, turning your DS into a motion-sensing ‘Tenda. At the moment, there are only a few apps that support the motion-sensing card (DSaSketch, Sprout and Water Drops… Read More

  • Don't Shoot the Webbys

    This week Nik Roope of Poke London assembled a great gaggle of Internet creatives and players. Billed as “Webby Night at the ICA”, the idea was to promote UK talent and enourage people to enter the internationally recognised Webby Awards (the deadline for entries is December 15th by the way). On Wednesday night at the Institute for Contemporary Art, some drinks were laid on and a panel… Read More

  • Sony Only Gets Out 197,000 PS3s

    Sony Only Gets Out 197,000 PS3s

    There’s no way that Sony will make its forecast for 1 million units in the U.S. this calendar year - NDP Group Before the PlayStation 3 was released on Nov. 17, Sony had promised the public 400,000 PS3 units on launch day. NDP Group has done some research, and as it turns out, Sony only got out 197,000 units on launch day. This explains all the crazed events that took place the week of the… Read More

  • Google Not Giving Up On VoIP

    Google Not Giving Up On VoIP

    Just a few weeks after Google announced that they would pull the Click to Call service from Google Maps, Anthony J. Cataldo, chairman and CEO of VoIP, Inc., told CEOcast today that his company’s technology is still working with Google. Click to Call was pulled from Google Maps in late November because too many people were using it to prank local merchants. Cataldo does not mention this on… Read More

  • Brando Adds USB, SD to Car FM Transmitter for MP3s

    , and we’re often into the new stuff they come up with, like the Car to USB FM Transmitter with LCD Display. It’s not unlike many other FM transmitters for MP3 players out there, it plugs into your cigarette lighter socket for power, and broadcasts your audio signal on any one of 15 predefined stations. What’s different is that in addition to the requisite mini-plug for your… Read More

  • Turn Your TV On With Famicon Controller

    Turn Your TV On With Famicon Controller

    If you’re like most retro gamers out there, and your palms get sweaty every time you see something Nintendo, you may want to check out this Famicon controller that can be used for your TV. The retro controller’s D-pad lets you browse through channels, the start button lets you turn the TV on/off and the select button lets you change your input source. The retro remote is not only… Read More

  • Wii Strap Resolved

    Wii Strap Resolved

    If you felt no compulsion to use the Wii Strap Fix from earlier this week, you might be OK anyway. Reports are streaming from Australia that the faulty straps have already been updated to new, thicker straps. This will presumably fix the problem, though it still couldn’t hurt to use some of that fishing line just to be safe. Just a thought. Nintendo improves Wii remote strap strength… Read More

  • BodyGard: 5-in-1 Paranoia in Your Pocket

    where Michael Douglas’s character is stuck in a taxi that has driven off a pier and is submerged underwater. As it quickly fills with water, he remembers a window knob someone had given him earlier, which he uses to crank a window open and escape. While carrying a window knob around is a wee bit impractical, the BodyGard fits in your pocket. The key fob is designed to remedy the… Read More

  • M2 Convert Winners: Day 04

    M2 Convert Winners: Day 04

    How exciting, I get to actually announce the Thursday winners punctually, not way into the afternoon. I’d like to thank M2 Convert for graciously donating copies of its popular file conversion tool. It makes converting files to iPod (there are also versions for Zune, PSP, Zen and Smartphones). Anyway, winners! Ten more for ya. They should be coming faster now. Here they are: Read More