• SpaceTime: 3D Browser Eye Candy

    New York based SpaceTime has released SpaceTime 3D, a web browser that literally takes tagged browsing 3D. SpaceTime allows users to map out their browsing progress in a visual timeline, treating each site as an object that can be manipulated and rearranged within the 3D environment. Users can alternate between a 3D and 2D perspective as required. SpaceTime’s search functionality… Read More

  • Four-card ATI Crossfire Array Liquid Cooled In Taipei

    Lots of reference designs coming out of Taipei this week at Computex. Adding to that list is CoolIT Systems‘ factory-sealed, maintenance-free liquid-cooling system for AMD’s ATI Crossfire (no, not that Crossfire) configuration for the new high-performance Radeon HD 2900 XT graphic card. The assembly uses “micro-channel technology in a closed loop liquid-cooling… Read More

  • New Service To Create One Of Those Picture-A-Day Movies

    Last August Noah Kalina posted a video on YouTube (embedded above): it features nothing more than daily photos of himself over 6 years, set to music. The video has been viewed over 6 million times, inspiring many spoofs and similar postings. The amount of work that went into the video is staggering. Taking the photos, organizing them and then editing them into a movie would have taken hundreds… Read More

  • Bob Marley's Exodus Goes Digital

    It’s been 30 years since “Exodus” was released and to celebrate, Bob Marley, has gone digital. The 10-track album that includes personal favorites like the title track and “Waiting in Vain” have been compiled onto a USB drive along with additional audio and video content that includes three videos recorded at London’s Rainbow Theatre. There are only… Read More

  • Ask.com Commercial: Now on YouTube

    Ok, we got a copy of the actual Ask.com TV ad we mentioned earlier today and uploaded it to YouTube. This will supposedly be broadcast on TV tonight for the first time. The basic idea of the ad is a guy singing “I got what I was looking for,” with singing women in the background singing “He got what he was looking for. I guess what he was looking for was a bunch of singing… Read More

  • Aquaish Version of OpenOffice is Released for OS X

    Who hates Microsoft Office? Google Docs not getting the job done for you? Well, Mac users are in luck because OpenOffice has released an alpha version for OS X that runs outside of X11. OMFG!!! Keep in mind that this is an “alpha” version, so a handful of functions are missing such as printing, PDF export and copy/paste. Be warned: THIS SOFTWARE MAY CRASH AND MAY DESTROY YOUR DATA… Read More

  • Video: Don't Get Caught Up in The… Crossfire!

    See what we dig up for you guys? It’s the Crossfire commercial from the 1990s, a time when I was still young and full of life. It had us (well, Vince and I) rollin’, so hopefully you’ll get a kick out of it, too. Don’t Get Caught Up In The… Crossfire! [X-Entertainment] Read More

  • Valve Survey Shows Slow Vista Uptake By Gamers

    Video game developer Valve has posted the results of its latest Steam-based hardware survey. The numbers don’t look too good for a Microsoft hoping that gamers will be attracted to Vista. Only 5.37 percent of Steam users, a fairly good indicator of the average Windows gamer, has Vista installed compared to 92.91 percent running XP. Even with Direct X 10, gamers just aren’t taking… Read More

  • New Ask.com Television Campaign: Leaked Photos Include Half Dressed Women With Swords

    Update: Video is here. I can’t guarantee these are authentic, but a tipster sent us these photos of what they say is a new television campaign by Ask.com that should be showing starting tonight. This seems to be another provocative ad from Ask.com – it includes half-dressed women dancing with swords on some kind of stage. I’m not sure what, if anything, this has to do with… Read More

  • The Perfect Pushup: Late Night Hype or Late Night Hype?

    Big arms, a ripped chest and cut abs. Those are some bold claims from the Perfect Pushup, two rotating handles that you use to do “perfect” pushups. It was developed by a U.S. Navy, though, so you know it’s top notch. I won’t argue with the premise that push-ups are a great way to work out your entire upper body, but I always look at these late night infomercial things… Read More

  • Verizon To Shut Off Amp'd Mobile?

    With Amp’d Mobile filing for Chapter 11 protection and owing Verizon a lot of cash, things in the future could not get any worse for the dying MVNO. But I suppose Verizon threatening to shut off your network, effectively slowing your business to a grinding halt, is a bit worse. Verizon recently asked Amp’d to cough up $4.5 million within 10 days or face a shut off. When your… Read More

  • IceBreaker Gets $7.2 Million For Social Mobile App

    Mobile software company IceBreaker just announced a $7.2 million round co-led by Frazier Technology Ventures, and Lightspeed Venture Partners. IceBreaker is putting the money into marketing marketing and expanding their Beijing development office. IceBreaker’s main offering is their mobile dating applications, “Crush or Flush”, which is like a WAP version of Hot or Not. You… Read More

  • Video: Baby Robot Coos in Japanese, Rolls Around

    It’s no secret I think that robots, in all their forms, are lame. Yet if all mighty Drudge likes it, then it must be worthwhile. It’s a Japanese baby robot that can roll around, talk baby talk and even walk a little. It’s covered in some silicone substance and, if my memory serves me correctly, looks like the guy in the movie Powder. Here’s a YouTube video. Read More

  • Preview: HTC TouchFLO in Action

    Move over Apple, HTC is on the prowl and the Touch wants to eat your iPhone. Vince will be getting his hands on the latest HTC device later tonight, but I thought you folks would want to see what the hoopla was all about. Is it a direct threat to the iPhone? We’ll find out later today. Our friends at The Unwired have a couple videos of TouchFLO in action. Try to contain yourselves. Read More

  • Acer Adds Dolby Home Theater To Aspire Laptops

    Laptop speakers generally need all the sound-quality help they can get. Thankfully Dolby Laboratories is lending some audio technologies to Acer’s Aspire notebooks, which will now feature the Dolby Home Theater suite offering “advanced home theater audio features and premium surround sound experiences.” Acer Aspire notebooks featuring Dolby Home Theater will be available… Read More

  • New Fan-Created iPhone Ad

    I told you so: the hype is just getting started. Read More

  • Major in Mac, Get a Free iPod nano

    Like it does every year, Apple just launched the Major in Mac promotion. Eligible students, faulty, staff, etc. who buy a Mac will get a $200 rebate toward the purchase of a 4GB or 8GB iPod nano. You have to buy the Mac from Apple directly or from one of its retail stores as BestBuy and the like-purchased Mac don’t qualify for the promotion. Major in Mac ends on September 16. Hmm… Read More

  • Tangent's Newest Rugged Mini PC Gets Flash Storage

    If I had a car and it had a computer, I would want that computer to be the Rugged Mini Fanless PC from Tangent. Designed for use on “factory floors, in the field, mounted to carts or vehicles, or in other harsh environments” the little ‘puter can withstand shock, dust, vibration, extreme temperatures and electro-magnetic interference. And in this latest version, the… Read More

  • Meet The iTop

    Crafty DIYer Owen was the owner of a shiny new iPod before the screen started breaking. It broke and voided his iPod’s warranty, so he went and took the iPod’s case and cut it apart. He added a case to the hard drive sticking out and then tilted the screen upward. The result is an iPod that looks like a miniaturized-version of a Macbook. With Linux installed, his iPod is… Read More

  • Verizon To Turn Down the Amp’d

    Could things get worse for Amp’d Mobile? Well things can always get worse. But today, the word is that Verizon could make things very bad indeed. Over at sister site Crunchgear they’re saying that Verizon might be about to turn off the service to Amp’d Mobile. Verizon asked Amp’d to come up with $4.5 million within 10 days or face a shut down. This could leave the… Read More

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