• CrunchGear HiFi Reader Response

    CrunchGear HiFi Reader Response


    The CrunchGear HiFi Reader Response has one day left! Two winners will walk away with a brand new Sansa Connect from SanDisk. To enter, all you have to do is make as many compelling comments as you can possibly muster. We’ll select the best two commenters from the entire week and they’ll each receive a Sansa Connect from SanDisk. Winners will be announced tomorrow (for reals… Read More

  • Tron Coming to Xbox Live Arcade


    Tron is 25 years young and Disney Interactive Studios is doing the younglings of my generation a great service by re-releasing Tron and Discs of Tron for Xbox Live Arcade. Excuse me while I go and change my underpants because this is awesome news! I’ll finally be able to derezz Sark, hopefully. I couldn’t as a kid because I was, like, a year old at the time. I’ve been… Read More

  • Guy Kawasaki's Newest Venture: Truemors

    Guy Kawasaki's Newest Venture: Truemors

    The secret startup Guy Kawasaki has been working on will be called Truemors, a source tells us. The site is currently password protected, but Kawasaki has recently posted on his blog saying he’s looking for “people who are in the flow of interesting and true rumors.” The service will be a “rumor reporting bulletin board with twitter-like capabilities.” Look for… Read More

  • RCA Shows off the Jewels

    RCA Shows off the Jewels

    Suggesting that not everyone wants (or even needs) to spend hundreds of dollars for an Apple iPod, RCA has introduced a new line of digital media players. This affordable series carries the Gem Line brand, and includes the versatile RCA Opal music and video player ($75), which can store up to 680 songs or 8 hours of video. This player is compatible with music download and subscription… Read More

  • Cali Lewis Fights the Power

    Cali Lewis Fights the Power

    Cali Lewis of GeekBrief.tv posted a cute video to Geoff Smith’s HD DVD code song featuring the lady herself hanging with Diggsters and then flipping out the magic numbers one at a time like a sporty, nerd-friendly Bob Dylan. It would have been great if they could have gotten Rose to hang out, Allen Ginsberg-like, in the background, but we get so little closure in our lives. Digg the… Read More

  • Create a Simple Contact Form with Contactify

    Contactify is a new service to create a simple “Contact Me” form that let’s people send you emails without knowing your email address. Create an account in a few steps and get a URL back that points to the contact form, which contains a captcha to reduce spam. It works well, but it would be nice if they widgetized this to allow people to add it to their MySpace page or… Read More

  • Next Version of the PlayStation Here in 18 Months?

    Next Version of the PlayStation Here in 18 Months?

    The PS3’s not even done tanking yet and Sony already has designs on a PS4 of sorts, here within the next 18 months. The always credible Smarthouse Web site says that Sony will take the innards of the PS3 and stick them into a gray box, making the next system, if you can call it that, more geared toward home entertainment use than the PS3 proper. Not that the PS3 has many good games for it… Read More

  • Gigabyte WinMo 6 GPS Smartphone


    I have a hard time wrapping my brain around why or how the Chinese are getting WinMo 6 smartphones before anyone else in the world. It’s not because I want a WinMo 6 phone or any WinMo phone for that matter, but how does that all work out? The T-Mo Dash is the first to receive the the new OS, but the phone isn’t that great, so I’m not heartbroken or anything. But I… Read More

  • Xbox 360 Making for Slow Going of GTA IV

    Xbox 360 Making for Slow Going of GTA IV

    At Microsoft’s press conference during last year’s E3 Xbox exec Peter Moore happily announced that Grand Theft Auto IV would be making its debut on the Xbox 360. And a year later the game is still scheduled for an October arrival on the 360 as well as the PlayStation 3, but things are apparently going slower than Rockstar expected. GameDaily is reporting that Rockstar creative… Read More

  • Optimus Keyboard: Priced at $1,500, Shipped in December

    Optimus Keyboard: Priced at $1,500, Shipped in December

    We’ve long thought that the OLEDrific Optimus keyboard was vaporware. While we still haven’t seen anything more than a prototype, it now has a release date and price tag, both features vaporware rarely has. We’re happy to say we were wrong. We’re unhappy, though, about the fact that we can’t afford one, and you likely can’t, either. The pre-order date… Read More

  • RhinoSkin Aluminum Laptop Hardcase

    Observe exhibit A, one long-ass video about an aluminum laptop case. Sure it’s adjustable so it can fit basically any laptop you can cram in it, but does the video really need to be five minutes long? My attention span is good for three minutes tops, so if you’re like me here are the details on this RhinoSkin Universal Aluminum HardCase. Because it’s… Read More

  • Study: Mac Users Generate More Web Content Than Others, Are Better Friends

    Study: Mac Users Generate More Web Content Than Others, Are Better Friends

    [Used car salesman voice] Do you own a Mac? Do you use it to generate Web content, like publish blogs or upload video? Then you’re not alone! A study from Forrester research indicates that Mac users are twice as likely as Dell users to generate such content. Hot dang, ain’t that a hoot?[/Used car salesman voice] Just over 20 percent of Mac users are said to participate in the… Read More

  • Rumor: AT&T's iPhone Displays to be Insane, Fancy, Extravagant, Large

    Rumor: AT&T's iPhone Displays to be Insane, Fancy, Extravagant, Large

    AT&T is getting all the hot phone love this summer, from the Curve to the iPhone. The question remains though: To which brand does the carrier’s loyalties lie? We ourselves find it hard to care. The Curve has a large AT&T marketing budget behind it, but reports are surfacing that it pales next to the inevitable onslaught of iPhone pain we’re about to experience. Boy Genius… Read More

  • Hippy Bath in a Bag

    Hippy Bath in a Bag

    If you’re the “outdoorsy” type, then you’re probably not very bright. The idea of abandoning thousands of years of technology, industry, social evolution and hygiene to “get back in touch with nature” is insulting to us entrenched city folk. But some of you keep it up. Whatever. Have some granola. At least with help from the Sun, you can pretend to get clean. Read More

  • Robot Chicken: Star Wars

    How much joy can a few guys with toys and a good camera give the world? OMG like SOOOO much. This special airs June 17. Read More

  • AT&T Gets First Crack at Blackberry Curve (Surprised?)

    AT&T Gets First Crack at Blackberry Curve (Surprised?)


    In case you were wondering about the Blackberry Curve and where you can get it, because I’m sure you have been, I’ve got you covered. The Curve will be available on AT&T’s network first, which isn’t much of a surprise, ’cause they’re always down with the latest Blackberrys first. No official word on the launch date, but expect it sometime this Spring. Read More

  • SMobile: Mobile Security For Your Mobile

    SMobile: Mobile Security For Your Mobile

    We at CG as technology “experts” are often approached by friends and family for solutions to life’s technological problems. Por ejemplo, a friend noticed an increase in his Blackberry spam. He didn’t mind all the porn so much, but was concerned about potential viruses. And I said “You can’t get STDs from e-mail,” and he said “no dude, viruses on… Read More

  • CrunchGear Boooring Edition: Ask.com Wins Some Award

    CrunchGear Boooring Edition: Ask.com Wins Some Award

    I bet that you, me, and even Dupree all use Google for our web search. But when it comes to mobile phone-based searching, it’s really anyone’s game. Know why? Because I’m trying to make a call or send 300 texts within the next hour and I really don’t have time to use my phone for searching. In fact, chances are, if I actually have a WAP or Internet plan for my phone… Read More

  • Samsung Super TVs

    Samsung Super TVs

    Samung’s new TV line comes in sizes that range from 37- to 52 inches and can play back 1080p video at full resolution, a feat that was once only available – at least at a price that humans could comprehend – to DLPs. The TVs, the M87, R87, and Q97 will be about $3000 when and if they hit these shores. That said, it’s currently UK-only and just now shipping, so get on… Read More

  • Tubearoo.com Predicting Death Of Basic Cable?

    http://www.tubearoo.com/player/spiked_player.swf?file=http://www.tubearoo.com/videocodes/84608/data.xml&auto_play=false Tubearoo.com, a popular(?) video-sharing site, shot out a press release today with an interesting statistic about the growing number of people viewing streaming video that I took extreme liberties with when I wrote the headline. According to the National Cable… Read More