• 3.5 Reasons Why The Interweb Gets You No Play

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  • Nintendo's Harrison Says Game Boy On Its Way Out

    Portable gaming would straight up not exist if it weren’t for Nintendo’s Game Boy. I remember receiving an ORIGINAL model back in 1989 as a gift and I fell in love with it instantly. Tetris, Super Mario Land. Almost every game became an instant classic to me. Now there’s word that Nintendo may retire the Game Boy for good. With increasing popularity surrounding the Nintendo… Read More

  • How Big is Too Big? Samsung's 19-inch SENS G25 Notebook

    Personally, I think desktop replacements are a little silly (do iMacs really take up that much space?), but lots of folks disagree with that sentiment, including Samsung. Its upcoming SENS G25 notebook has a laughably large 19-inch display and is buoyed by other components you’d sooner expect in a full on desktop… maybe. Actually, the only “facts” we have now are… Read More

  • (Almost) Last Chance to Get Tickets For TechCrunch at August Capital Party Next Week

    We’re opening the final 100 tickets to our second annual TechCrunch meet-up on July 27 on the fabulous outdoor patio of August Capital. Register here. This is the last batch of tickets we’re releasing, and the list is full. Only sponsors and TechCrunch20 registered attendees will be able to get in after this batch. If you’ve bought a ticket to TechCrunch20 and aren’t on… Read More

  • Louis Vuitton iPhone Cases

    You don’t need to be wealthy to own an iPhone but to be able to spend money on a case that costs nearly twice as much as the phone itself means you’re living the life of luxury. These Louis Vuitton cases can be had at the signature Manhattan 5th Ave. store starting tomorrow for the low price of $225 for the staple monogram case. Expensive, yes, but doable for most. After all… Read More

  • T-Mobile Samsung Handsets Leaked

    Details on Samsung’s latest T-Mobile offering have been leaked and if you’re into QWERTYless phones then the t429 and t729 aka Blast are right up your alley. I for one can only scoff at them because I’m jaded and cranky. The t429 slider has an integrated camera, Bluetooth, IM client, HiFi ringers and vibrating alert! It will make its presence known August 20. The t729 or… Read More

  • New Harry Potter Book Leaked Onto Bit Torrent

    First OJ’s book, now Rowling’s. Seems the latest book in the Harry Potter series, “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows”, has been leaked onto Bit Torrent. The book was leaked onto Demonoid and quickly spread to other sites in the form of two torrents. One of the torrents features only 495 pages of the book while the other is complete. However, users who have downloaded… Read More

  • The $500 Madden Ring


    Yah dude, like, that ring could buy us so much Easy Mac Hey brah! I just got back from the DeltSig house and we chugged three cans of Keystone before we played a Madden ’08 exhibition. Yah, wicked sweet, I know. But yo dude, did you hear about that shit? Yeah, that shit Electronic Arts is doing or whatevs. It’s like, if you’re super good at Madden like yours truly is, then… Read More

  • Sims Bowling Released For iPod

    Normally a new Electronic Arts game would hold my attention span for about six seconds, which is long enough to pour a cup of coffee and curse when I stub my toe. But this new title for the iPod grasps my immediate attention for a few reasons. Sims Bowling features accurate bowling physics and control via the Click Wheel. Plus the graphics don’t look too shabby either. What’s… Read More

  • Soundwave: Behind the Music

    Poor Soundwave. I always wondered how he got so small when he transformed. Now we know: his heart was broken. Read More

  • Digital TV Tuner To Launch With PSP Slim

    Over in Japan where everything is cooler, better, and full of tentacles, you’ll have the luxury of watching TV on your PSP – at least when September 20th hits. To coincide with the launch of the PSP Slim, Sony will be selling a 1seg digital TV tuner add-on in Japan only. Though it’s not the best in terms of quality, it’s still TV and reminds me of the infamous TV… Read More

  • Apple Expected To Beat Q3 Estimates

    Goldman Sachs analysts are predicting that Apple’s third-quarter sales will beat expectations thanks to the success of the iPhone. Thanks to the success of the uber-popular phone and the increasing popularity of Macs, Apple is on its way to make more than $5.3 billion for the quarter mdash; now that’s a lot of money. According to the Sach, Apple shipped out 550,000 iPhones the… Read More

  • Uvex Uses Magic To Keep You Safe On The Slopes


    UVEX has been in the goggle game since the 50s when they pioneered UV protection in goggle lenses and today is no different. The Univision Magic implores LCD technology to eliminate the need to carry around two different sets of goggles when you’re hitting slopes. The Magic features a VALiD lens that was originally developed for the US Air Force by AlphaMicron. If you find yourself in… Read More

  • Apple Store Down: Maybe It's Backlit, Multi-Touch, Kitten-shaped Phone-less iPhones!

    With all the slobber-blogging going on about new patents and fancy new iPhone-less iPhones, it’s just so hard to wait for what Apple will unveil when the store comes back in a few hours with amazing updates and updated amazingness. Let’s all play the game of “What will Apple release?” in comments. I’ll start: nothing of any particular interest. Read More

  • The Latest Harry Potter Book Hits BitTorrent

    Harry Potter and the Deathly Hollows, the latest and last of the wildly popular Harry Potter books that is due to go on sale this weekend, has hit BitTorrent. Various torrents of the novel consist of photographed pages (as above) with reading quality that isn’t perfect, but for desperate fans readable enough. Whilst the validity of the hype surrounding Harry Potter may be subject to… Read More

  • The "Secondary Liability" Theory on YouTube/iPhone

    CNET found someone to complain that the copyright on their content is being infringed by YouTube, and speculates that Apple may have liability too because they are showing YouTube videos on the iPhone. While copyrighted material can certainly be found on YouTube, winning a case against them for copyright infringement is much harder than it looks. YouTube is protected by the Digital… Read More

  • T-Mobile Tour Woes Continue

    OK, this isn’t a sports blog, but we are following the Tour de France over at MobileCrunch, and since T-Mobile has a team this is worth reporting. The team’s smiles (right) have all but disappeared as yet another of their riders has taken a spill. Today during the ninth stage German rider Marcus Burghardt has crashed after hitting a Labrador as it crossed the road about 50km after… Read More

  • Q&A With Samsung's New Blogger Relations Ninja: THud

    Travis Hudson, formerly of Gizmodo, is now in charge of new media relations for Samsung cellphones. Why? Because Samsung, and their PR company, MWW, saw a hole and the needed to fill it with someone who can probably program a Samsung phone in his sleep. Travis is a close friend and great writer and we got a chance to have an exclusive sit-down and talk about his new position and the way MWW… Read More

  • EU to Announce Standard for Mobile TV

    One of the upsides for bringing all the nations of Europe under a single banner is that we’ve managed to see a (mostly) continental-wide currency, easier access between countries and more consistent standards when it comes to technology. OK, there are some holdouts, and a few nations that like to do their own thing (don’t change U.K., we love you just the way you are). Read More

  • Google From Your Handset

    The big G has dominated search from the desktop, and now Google Inc. is developing a new search service for mobile phones. The Wall Street Journal Online is reporting today that this service is being developed to help users find and buy ringtones, games and other mobile content. And while Google already offers mobile users a version of their search engine, the company has its sights on becoming… Read More

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