• Verizon FiOS cable tv coming to NYC: Can you see me now?

    Look for Verizon to start infiltrating select NYC neighborhoods in the “coming weeks” while they deploy their fiber-optic network. The telco giant has received approval from the New York State Public Service Commission to start selling its FiOS cable TV service in New York. As Verizon FiOS is 100% fiber-optic all the way to your home, expect the transition to take some time. It… Read More

  • X Games coming to AT&T and Verizon Wireless subscribers

    For the upcoming X Games 14, July 31 through August 3, ESPN and MediaFlo USA have teamed up to bring coverage of the games to AT&T and Verizon Wireless subscribers. EXPN fired up coverage yesterday, July 16 and will run until August 8. Accessible to subscribers of AT&T Mobile TV and V CAST Mobile TV, it will air a combined 31 hours of live coverage during the event. You’ll be able… Read More

  • What's up with the iP3G?

    Well, this is weird. My buddy Justin just purchased a white 16GB iP3G in Santa Monica and his came preloaded with firmware 5A347 (this was the firmware that was leaked a day before hand) while the one I got on launch day came with 5A345. There’s also a rumor going around that there won’t be any iP3Gs available tomorrow. Read More

  • New Das Keyboard officially available

    You may remember Das Keyboard as a late entry in our little high-end keyboard roundup. It wasn’t available for purchase then, but it sure is now. If you’re not familiar with it, Das Keyboard is the keyboard with two distinct features: it has a distinctive (and addictive) clicky noise, and it’s available with all the keys completely blank. There’s nothing less… Read More

  • Video: Watchmen trailer

    Looks like everything from the original graphic novel will stay intact for the movie adaption. This is going to be legendary. Too bad we’ll have to wait until 09, but that’s OK. Plenty of nerdtastic comic book/graphic novel related movies coming out this year to hold us over. via Giz via io9 Read More

  • Damning email revealed in class action suit against Nvidia and AMD

    Nvidia and AMD have been accused of price fixing in the GPU market. The class action suit alleges that Nvidia and AMD colluded to keep prices artificially high, by releasing products at the same time and at similar prices. Judge William Alsup of the Northern District of California read aloud an email which plaintiffs’ attorneys say contained evidence of a conspiracy to fix prices. Out of… Read More

  • Most popular posts for Thursday, July 17th

    Today’s Top Posts: Creepy Japanese mobile phone commercial Video: Wolfenstein teaser trailer HTC Victor: A flat-back HTC Touch Diamond Video: Galaga Legions iPhone! $1,000! Unlocked! Nikon lens! A look at iPhone 3G with B&O headset SK Telecom not intereseted in acquiring Sprint Try these Karaoke pills in case you suck at singing Analyst predicts computer mouse dead in 3-5… Read More

  • E3 2008: Mega Man 9 trailer – yes, it's awesome

    Oh yeah, baby. I’m going to beat this mother in one sitting no matter what. I’m really glad they went back to about the Mega Man 2 era in terms of skills and enemies since that’s the era I rock. I’m going to play some Mega Man tonight with “Eye of the Tiger” on in the background to get ready for this. Read More

  • Old timey Lego record player

    Well garsh durnit if this boy didn’t make himself a grammyfone out of a bunch of Legos and a cup. In my day, we used to just rub an old flour can against record and it would play loud and clear enough for all of us to dance at the hootenanny. What will these kids think of next? via Make Read More

  • RFID services moving closer into the retailing mainstream

    The EU-funded SMART project is looking to finalize the technological hurdles that have hindered the widespread acceptance of the data containing tags. Utilizing radio waves, the information can be shared at a distance. Read More

  • E3 2008: Singularity teaser trailer from Activision, Raven

    http://www.gametrailers.com/remote_wrap.php?mid=36788 No clue what this game is about, but it looks interesting. Read More

  • Shocking iPods surface again, along with shock mice, shock USB drives

    I love finding stuff like this in Chinatown. Here in Seattle I found two awesome dart guns that fired those little orange darts like 30 feet. Amazing. And Geeksugar has located a collection of prank shock-gadgets — joy buzzers for this modern age. And here I thought this was a shock mouse! There’s an iPod version too, and if it looks familiar, that’s because you saw me and… Read More

  • Germaphobes no longer have to be afraid of the phone

    Howard Hughes would not have stood in line with all the other plebeians to get an iPhone 3G as he would have been too afraid of catching some murky disease. He would of however, sent one of his minions out to get one, and then, of course, have it sterilized. The next step would have been for the famous germaphobe tycoon to pick out a case for his rapidly-getting-infected phone. I think I… Read More

  • E3 2008: Everything you ever wanted to know about Guitar Hero: World Tour

    Here’s the quick rundown on this 20+ minute video. Rock Band guitars and drums will be compatible with GH:WT. Brand new guitar with a dedicated Star Power button. Longer strum bar. Slider bar on the neck that’s touch sensitive: tap strum and a wah-wah effect. Non-Guitar Hero guitars can be played up on the frets without actually strumming. Drums are precise and allows real drummers… Read More

  • E3 2008: Bioshock teaser trailer for PS3 [Update]

    http://www.gamevideos.com//swf/gamevideos11.swf?embedded=1&fullscreen=1&autoplay=0&src=http://www.gamevideos.com/video/videoListXML%3Fid%3D20126%26ordinal%3D%26adPlay%3Dfalse This one is for the PS3 fanboys. We really do love you guys. Update: It appears that the few minutes I missed at the beginning of my 2K briefing regarding Bioshock was about the PS3 version. Looks like… Read More

  • Viva la Revolucion: Broadband to Cuba in 2010

    Cuba is set to get broadband internet access in the year 2010 and you can sure as hell bet that CrunchGear will more than happy to provide Cubans everywhere with half-cocked news and reviews that may or may not pertain to the world of technology. Apparently, some documents have been leaked (site is currently down, unfortunately) detailing an undersea cable to be stretched between Cuba and… Read More

  • Amazon To Target $5.5 Billion Textbook Market With New Kindle?

    Earlier this week Crunchgear broke the news on two new upcoming Kindle models: a smaller form factor Kindle to be released this year ahead of the holidays, and a large screen (probably 8.5×11) to come sometime next year. A couple of commenters in that post have pointed out that the large screen Kindle is perfect to target the college/university textbook market, a $5.5 billion market… Read More

  • This Week on CrunchBoard

    Does this picture remind you of your boss a little too much? It may be time to check out the latest job listings on CrunchBoard. Here’s a sample from the last week: Software Developer
    Zillow – Seattle, WA Product Manager
    Internet Start Up – Manhattan Beach, CA Web Client Software Engineer
    Gotuit – Woburn, MA Senior Interactive Flash Designer
    Modea – Blacksburg… Read More

  • Why Bungie got left out in the rain at E3

    We were as pumped as everyone else to see what was going on with Bungie, and their big countdown suggested it was both big and imminent. So we were just as disappointed when they were a no-show altogether. What’s up with that? Bungie posted yesterday: “For the last several months, we’ve been building toward a reveal of something exciting that Bungie is working on,”… Read More

  • Zurich – TechCrunch Meetup / Euro Tour – Let's try some live streaming

    This is a bit of punt, but the embed code below should produce some live video from our TechCrunch Meetup in Zurich (fingers crossed!)…. Ihr Browser unterstütz keine eingebetteten Frames. Bitte aktualisieren Sie ihren Browser. Read More

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