• Wireless Audio from Your USB Port to Your Stereo, on the Cheap

    Onkyo has submitted information about a sneaky new set top box and matching wireless USB device (not Wireless USB, the forthcoming new standard) that streams audio to your stereo via your PC’s USB port. It works in the 2.4GHz frequency (like your cordless phone) to deliver the music to your auxiliary in, but it’s not known what standard (if any) it uses to do this. Being that it has… Read More

  • Revver: The Newest British Comedy

    User created video sharing site Revver has landed an intriguing partnership with a new UK TV station called FameTV. Revver users will be able to opt-in for TV broadcast and those selected will be shown on FameTV. Viewers will vote for their favorites by SMS and revenue sent to Revver will be split 50/50 with the video publishers. This is the kind of partnership we’ve seen fomenting in… Read More

  • Target Gets Cranky with Apple's iTunes Movies

    Target is joining Wal-Mart in getting uppity with Apple about the Cupertino company’s pricing of movies it sells via the iTunes music store. Apple sells individual movies for roughly 8% lower than Wal-Mart and Target, which undercuts them in a market where brick and mortar stores dominate. Apple has been in talks with Wal-Mart on a way to partner the companies to ease the impact on the… Read More

  • Lala Leverages Internet Radio for CD Swapping, Sales

    In a bizarre amalgamation of virtual and physical business, the dying independent terrestrial turned internet radio station WOXY is being revived by online CD swapping service Lala. Lala is tangible evidence that online music doesn’t have to kill the CD industry. At first I was skeptical, but after spending more time on the site I think this radio strategy is very smart. See also our… Read More

  • Guitar Hero 2 Track List

    Guitar Hero 2 Track List

    Guitar Hero 2, coming for Playstation 2 on November 7 and the Xbox 360 in Spring 2007, has finally released its amazing track list. This list is bigger, heavier and will seriously reach a wider range of gamers than before. I remember playing Guitar Hero for countless hours thinking, “When are we going to rock out to some serious Motley Crue?” My prayers have finally been answered. Here… Read More

  • SHOCK! Case for Nintendo DS

    SHOCK! Case for Nintendo DS

    The SHOCK! case is essentially a complete overhaul of the Nintendo DS Lite housing. It comes in a variety of colors, including clear (although I guess clear isn’t technically a color, but yea you get the point), so, like Raj, you can color coordinate to your hear’s content. More importantly though, the SHOCK! case provides an update to the brittle hinge found on the DS Lite. There is… Read More

  • iMage USB Mac Webcam

    <img src="http://tctechcrunch2011.files.wordpress.com/2007/01/3 the price of a new iSight. It's available now on-line. Product Page [eCamm] Read More

  • Sony NW-S203F MP3 Playing Pedometer Reviewed

    The vial-like Sony NW-S203F is notable not only because it looks like a marital-aid, it also comes with a pedometer. That’s right, you can use its 1GB for listening to music as you run, but you can also use it for tracking how well you ran as well. If you’re a blogger like us, not very well. The controls work by twisting the knob right or left, and slid up or down into three positions. Read More

  • Overflow 2.0 is a clean, simple launcher

    Version 2.0 of the Mac launcher Overflow was released today and I really like it. Launchers are supposed to help balance the need to have files and applications easy to access on one hand and the need for your computer to stay organized on the other. I find Quicksilver, the most popular Mac launcher, more trouble than it’s worth for my needs. Overflow is less reliant on keystrokes for one… Read More

  • Helios H4000 Upscaling HD DVD Player

    Not only is this Helios player thin, light, and cheap at only $169, it can upscale to 1080p using HDMI and component, or 1080i using projectors (VGA). If watching your Se7en DVDs in high definition wasn’t enough to get you going, how about being able to play back DivX, XviD, MPEG1, MPEG, MPEG4, SVCD, VCD and HDCDs all from any disc you throw in there? It’s also NTSC and PAL compatible… Read More

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  • LED Rat Throwie

    LED Rat Throwie

    I think there are a few signs of the coming apocalypse — nukes in North Korea, Katie Couric, and now this. This is a rat throwie that sticks to any metal surface and has two glowing eyes. Best of all? It’s made from a real rat, and you can make one for yourself with only some rats, some magnets, and a sense that you are far superior to anything on this earth and that it puts the lotion… Read More

  • GameStop and EBGames Launch PC Download Store

    , and, uh, that’s about all the good ones they have so far. The rest are either cheap bargain-bin games or games that are 3 or 4 years old. We’re glad to see game vendors take online distribution seriously, and would really like it if most games were available to purchase online. Besides saving time and money it takes to drive out to Best Buy, it would really be great to be able to… Read More

  • Belkin Notebook Expansion Dock

    Belkin Notebook Expansion Dock

    Expansion docks get short shrift from most manufacturers and I’ve maybe seen them actually used once or twice in my lifetime. However, Belkin believes that an intelligently made one might turn a few heads. This $199 dock includes: VGA and DVI ports 5.1 surround sound 5 USB ports Ethernet ExpressCard support The device simply accepts all of the notebook’s outputs – headphone jack… Read More

  • Saitek's Colorful Keyboard and Mouse

    These colorful multimedia ergonomic keyboards from Saitek would be great to get your kids into computing, so they can grow up to become huge nerds and get into the computer programming field. And that fails, they can use their quick typing speeds to be the best data-entry assistant they can be. Nevertheless, the keyboard and mouse combo only costs $25, and come with various multimedia keys and an… Read More

  • PhantomPark Gives You Two Garage Spaces

    Are you living in a one-garage home, but have two that insist on having cars? The PhantomPark lets you turn your regular car-hold into Batman’s by hiding the second car in the ground, which then lifts via the scissor lifts to let you drive away in style. You raise and lower the lift using a big red button, reminiscent of a nuclear launch button or maybe even a fire alarm. It’s big… Read More

  • Samsung SCH-B600 10-megapixel Camera Phone

    The Samsung SCH-B600 isn’t exactly “available in the US”, but it’s good to see where we’re going in the next three years. The camera phone has a 10-megapixel sensor for its camera, and if it that wasn’t enough, it also has a 3x optical zoom lens. If you can use any phone to be your “point and shoot” camera, this is it. We first saw this last year… Read More

  • NEC Shipping Blu-ray/HD DVD chip

    NEC Shipping Blu-ray/HD DVD chip

    NEC announced today that it has begun shipments on a dual-format chip that can playback both Blu-ray and HD DVD. Although there is not yet an optical lens capable of reading both formats, the release of this chip could signal an end to the format war. The chips will be available for roughly the same price as the current single-format chips, so it shouldn’t, at least, raise prices too… Read More

  • PS3 Pre-Orders Begin: It's Clobberin' Time

    PS3 Pre-Orders Begin: It's Clobberin' Time

    EB Games and GameStop just started PS3 pre-orders and we’re almost positive they’re already sold out as you read this. Each store has about 10 consoles and requires a $100 deposit, but give your local shop a call before heading down. GameStop and EB Games will begin accepting limited pre-orders for the PlayStation 3 console on Tuesday, October 10, on a first come, first served basis. Read More

  • Apple's Masked Blogger a Brit

    <img src="http://tctechcrunch2011.files.wordpress.com/2007/01/or sues bloggers. That's the first rule of blogging. Therefore, it's strange that the Masked Blogger, apparently a UK-based Apple employee, decided to create a tell-all — OK, fairly tame and boot-licking — expose of the dirty laundry sequestered in the back rooms of Cupertino's golden children. Folks a… Read More

  • Dresses Wriggle, Disappear

    <img src="http://tctechcrunch2011.files.wordpress.com/2007/01/Summer 2007 collection exhibited in Paris last week. What's that you say? Fasion is for guys who hang out at the Shark Tank on Saturday nights trying to pick up the ladies who work at Teledyne Consulting in Vienna, Virginia? Well, not when it involves boobies. Chalayan created dresses that turn from ball0gown to flapper… Read More