• More Guitar Hero Encore Tracks Unveiled

    Can’t get enough Guitar Hero? Don’t worry! Activision realizes you’re not just a casual gamer and need more rockage. That’s why they’ll be releasing Guitar Hero Encore: Rocks the 80s sometime this year hopefully. A new tracklisting has been posted, showcasing some of the hits of the 1980s. Songs include: Read More

  • Lost – The iPod Game

    What do you do when you have a failing TV show with a terrible plot line and you’re losing money on it? Create a mobile game! Duh! “Lost” is now available as a downloadable iPod game on the iTunes Music Store. For $5 you too can “Help Jack search for dynamite, tend to the wounded, and avoid the black smoke.” Sounds extremely exciting. Other activities include… Read More

  • Motorola and Kodak Working On 5-Megapixel Cameraphone

    Kodak and Motorola are currently at work on a 5-megapixel cameraphone using a Kodak-developed CMOS sensor. This was confirmed yesterday when Kodak President Antonio Perez jumped up on a conference table and shouted “Five megapixels in your face and up your butt, baby!” Of course this is just speculation. Other than the 5-megapixel CMOS sensor, Perez didn’t mention much… Read More

  • Cambridge SoundWorks Radio CD 745i Review


    iPod clock radios are a dime a dozen, but renowned speaker maker Cambridge SoundWorks supercharged theirs with beefy sound and a built-in CD player. The all-in-one CSW Radio CD 745i has sophisticated looks (in black or white), thanks to a bevy of on-board controls. We got our hands on one and nightstand-tested it for a week, and it was no letdown. The features, compactness, sound, and… Read More

  • T-Mobile Wing Released

    Not like you didn’t already know about the Wing, but those of you with T-Mobile can now purchase the Wing. This MyFaves-enabled phone isn’t cheap and will run you $300 with a two-year contract, but oh is it feature-rich. Aside from the sliding QWERTY-pad, you’ll find Bluetooth 2.0, WiFi, EDGE, a full HTML browser, push e-mail, microSD, media player, and a 2.0-megapixel… Read More

  • Cruncharcade: Frag Time


    While early summer is typically that time when video game releases slow down a bit, this year a few notable titles are showing up (plus there a couple of games that might have slipped through the cracks) This week we look at the games that will have you lock ‘n loading as you face off in some high intensity shooters. We’re also finally starting to see what Vista means for gamers… Read More

  • Justin.TV Network Launches: More Shows to Come

    24/7 reality online TV show Justin.tv has has turned into a bit of a mini-phenomenon since launching just two months ago. Their apartment was raided by the police, and they were later evicted by their landlord. They were on the Today Show. Justin has hung out with famous rappers. They’ve taken extravagant dares from their audience, and a crowd always surrounds Justin and his… Read More

  • V CAST Names that Tune

    What do you do when you hear a song you like, but have no idea who it is by? Well, the old school way was to sing it at the record store, but that is as sorry as trying out for American Idol. In the 21st century you have ways to name that tune without having to belt into song. The Verizon Wireless V CAST Song ID will allow you hear a song, hold the phone toward the music and then capture a… Read More

  • Jamba Gets A (Artificial) Life

    Award-winning mobile 3G technology and applications provider Artificial Life has formed a partnership with Jamba. This will make the Hong Kong based Artificial Life branded games available to Jamba and Jamster users in North America, South America and Europe. Among the first titles to arrive from the Far East will be V-Girl and V-Boyfriend. Artificial Life, Inc. Cooperates With Jamba/Jamster… Read More

  • French Mobile TV Delayed Until Summer 2008

    Citizens of France won’t be won’t be watching TV from DVB-H on their mobile phones this fall. While the launch of broadcast mobile TV was planned to kick off this autumn in time for the Rugby World Cup, a conflict between French mobile operators and broadcasters has led to a delay. Recent complications, which have resulted in a stand still over the business model will likely push… Read More

  • Silicon Valley Could Use A Downturn Right About Now

    Silicon Valley is paradise for geeks, and people flock here from all over the world to be part of something very special. When I speak at events here one thing I often do is ask people in the audience to raise their hand if they live in Silicon Valley. Usually 80+% of the people raise their hand. I then ask them to leave their hand up if they were actually born here. Only a few hands ever… Read More

  • CBS/ WallStrip Deal Confirmed

    Investors in WallStrip publicly confirmed Monday that the video blog has been acquired by CBS. The story was first broken by Jossip May 13 and we confirmed the deal the same day with a purchase price of $5 million. As previously reported the buy was focused on acquiring the talents of WallStrip host Lindsay Campbell. The purchase price has not been publicly confirmed; however the investor… Read More

  • Legless Chihuahuas Prove Google Hot Trends Not So Hot

    Google has launched a new addition to its growing lineup of…well everything, Google Hot Trends. Google Trends takes the idea behind Google Zeitgeist to the next level. Instead of providing weekly details of top Google searches, Google Hot Trends provides similar data daily and goes as far as providing “hot” search results via state, city and country. The data though… Read More

  • Fare Tracker Yapta Launches Public Beta

    Yapta, which went into private beta a month ago, had a bad day today. The company’s Pioneer Square office in Seattle caught fire this morning. CEO Tom Romary’s car got a flat tire. And, unsurprisingly, it rained. But Yapta is celebrating anyway, because they just launched the public beta of the service. The fire was a problem, Romary says. But they were able to move all employees… Read More

  • Panasonic Lumix FX100 Goes Buckwild With 12-megapixels

    Panasonic unveiled the latest Lumix today and it’s a whopper. The FX100 may be small in size, but the 12-megapixel, 28mm wide-angle Leica DC lens with 3.6x optical zoom and f/2.8 tells a different story. A cool feature I like is the High-Speed Burst shooting mode that picks off eight frames per second. It also boasts the ability to snap HD pictures and records 720p video at 15 FPS. Read More

  • Spy Drone Takes Off In The UK

    If you’ve played GRAW 2 then the drones that are being deployed in Merseyside, England shouldn’t come as a surprise. What was once utilized by the military is now being used by law enforcement to help catch criminals. It will also be used to monitor traffic and investigate illegal firearms operations. The “spy drone” is capable of taking images from 500m above, can… Read More

  • Change.org 2.0: Harass Politicians and Fund Their Opponents

    We covered the social activist community Change.org when they first launched back in February. The site is one of a few philanthropic startups tailoring the latest web features for non-profits and politics. It is a social networking site that serves as a resource for researching and organizing groups around social and political causes, called “Changes”. Changes are a place for… Read More

  • Better Clouds, Wind Coming to Second Life

    Linden Lab, the company behind Second Life, has announced the acquisition of graphics technology from Windward Mark Interactive. Linden Lab will acquire WindLight, an advanced atmospheric rendering technology; Nimble, a realistic 3D cloud simulator; and associated intellectual property and interests. Once the acquisition is complete, Linden Lab plans to open source the technology and integrate… Read More

  • LCD Panel Prices Hit Bottom Indicating Standard Price Points; or, Now's the Time to Buy That HDTV

    If you’re one of the millions of American’s waiting for just the right time to pounce on that flat panel LCD TV you’ve had your eyes on, now’s the time to strike, according to Wired and iSuppli. The market prices of the LCD panels, which are at the heart of any LCD TV, have hit bottom and are starting a rebound, meaning they’re not likely to get any cheaper. This… Read More

  • Apple Prepped to Kill Off 17-Inch iMac?

    Let’s make one thing perfectly clear: Apple, as we know the company today, can trace it’s recent successes (and, truly, failures) to one single model of Macintosh: the iMac. When the inexpensive all-in-one was introduced in 1998, shockwaves of lust were felt across the PC ecosphere. And with the Internet blossoming, this was the perfect time to market to first-time computer buyers. Read More

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