• CiPhone: The "C" is for quality

    I’ve seen some iPhone fakes in my day, but this just about takes the cake. Meet the CiPhone, an almost note-perfect copy of the iPhone. I’ve said this again and again: if Chinese engineers focused on making their IP devices as cool and as clearly high-end as this fake, they could take down Apple, Microsoft, and most of the international IT infrastructure in a few years. Instead… Read More

  • Productivity Tips: Take a Tech break and use paper

    Since this is Productivity Week, I was told to come up with some short and sweet tips for you to enjoy. So I quickly started to brainstorm. At first I was using my computer to try and find tips, but I found myself getting distracted. So I moved to a piece of paper I had lying around. As soon as I put my pen to the paper I thought, “Wow this could be my first productivity tip.” If… Read More

  • Daily Crunch: Head on a Pike Edition

    Buckle up, this pen also detects Wi-Fi signals
    Mouse Phone: It’s only copyright infringement if you use the actual logo… oh, wait
    Trailer released for second Futurama movie, The Beast with a Billion Backs
    Now people are turning busted gaming consoles into casemods. That’s just crazy talk!
    Building your productive workspace: Yes you can! Read More

  • Windows 7 debuts at D6: Video! Multi-touch! And a dock?

    Video: Multi-Touch in Windows 7 What with an exciting (ahem) interview and a batch of kind of insane screenshots of Windows 7 already blowing up the internets today, you’d think Microsoft would be patting itself on the back. Nope, it’s got one more little trick up its Ultimate Home Sleeve. It looks like Windows 7 has actually made… Read More

  • Google reveals App Engine pricing plan, APIs, no more waiting list

    Google is planning a few announcements for their web application platform, Google App Engine, at tomorrow’s I/O Conference, but the folks over at ReadWriteWeb managed to get the details a bit early in a pre-conference interview. One of the announcements will be pricing plans for resource allotments past what Google offers developers with their free accounts. Though free accounts come… Read More

  • Most popular stories for Tuesday, May 27, 2008

    Today’s Top Posts: Monsoon Multimedia to announce HAVA player for S60 tomorrow VIA launches “open source” notebook iPhone coming to Baltic region AnswerOil: Lubricate your gadget purchases Apple could use the magical powers of the sun to charge the next iPhone Sega releases cheap photo frame for fickle, inscrutable Japanese youth Lawsuit against AllofMp3.com dropped by… Read More

  • CrunchGear update: Comments require emails and names, kids!

    Just a note for you, our faithful readers. Starting right now you’ll have to leave both a name and valid email address to leave a comment. This is to reduce the amount of spam our server has to deal with which should make everything faster for our readers, like you. Don’t worry, we don’t sell, trade, bargain with, mutilate, rub, smell, flaunt, or otherwise do anything with… Read More

  • Video: Check out Ford's new car computer system, with Microsoft's Sync

    http://videos.streetfire.net/vidiac.swf?video=dfa695ce-4979-4ab4-a172-9a9c0185249c&versionfile=flash/FlashPlayerVersion.txt Ford thinks Sync is cool, but not quite cool enough, so it’s developed this interactive next-gen dash system that takes Sync and adds its own goodness, such as touchsreen GPS and real-time traffic. It’s not a replacement for Sync, but rather a… Read More

  • Trailer released for second Futurama movie, The Beast with a Billion Backs

    I heart Futurama. I dig the series and, even though I made the typical fanboy mistake of assuming a movie would suck something terrible, I really enjoyed Bender’s Big Score. With the release of the trailer for the second flick, The Beast with a Billion Backs, I’m starting to get all giddy again. It apparently follows up on the events of the first, so if you didn’t hate the… Read More

  • Live From All Things Digital: Gates and Ballmer Preview Windows 7, Multi-Touch

    Michael is at the D6 conference in Carlsbad, California where Steve Ballmer and Bill Gates are set to take the stage this opening night and preview the user interface of Microsoft’s next operating system, known as Windows 7. It is expected to be released in 2010 and to replace Vista. During the keynote, Corporate VP Julie Larson-Green demoed new multi-touch functionality based on the… Read More

  • Citysearch Sued For Click Fraud

    Los Angeles based law firm Kabateck Brown Kellner, LLP has filed a class action lawsuit against Citysearch, accusing it of promoting click fraud. The suit was filed on behalf of plaintiff Tom Lambotte, who has charged that Citysearch has failed to recognize or reimburse him for the clickfraud that took place on an ad he placed between December 11 and 31, 2007. The suit also applies to anyone… Read More

  • CrunchNetwork Prague Meet-up Wrap-up and Take-aways

    http://share.ovi.com/tools/twidgets/ticker.swf?feed=CrunchNetwork.CGEurope The Prague CrunchNetwork Meet-up was a roaring success, the kind of drunken brodeo full of tech geeks and one or two of the women who love them we in the Valley and New York take for granted. Best of all I got to see a few nascent start-ups in the Prague tech scene and even a few well-established products that we might… Read More

  • Alleged pictures of 3G iPhone

    Real or fake? Of course, none of our opinions matter since none of us work at Apple or at this supposed accessory manufacturer, but it’s fun to argue with everyone else on the Internet like we’re some sort of authority, right? I, for one, continue to be unimpressed. Read More

  • Now people are turning busted gaming consoles into casemods. That's just crazy talk!

    Sure, they’re not as useful as some purpose-made cases, but these case mods are pretty cool. If your favorite gaming console bites the dust, you too could turn it into a PC with a little wire, glue, solder, duct tape and nerves of steel. My fave by far is the Game Boy hack, because using the screen for the fan input is just awesome. When someone figures out how to casemod my Blackout… Read More

  • Video: Real rock drummers playing Guitar Hero World Tour

    http://blip.tv/scripts/flash/showplayer.swf?enablejs=true&feedurl=http%3A%2F%2Fcrunchgear%2Eblip%2Etv%2Frss&file=http%3A%2F%2Fblip%2Etv%2Frss%2Fflash%2F947079%3Freferrer%3Dblip%2Etv%26source%3D1&showplayerpath=http%3A%2F%2Fblip%2Etv%2Fscripts%2Fflash%2Fshowplayer%2Eswf Watch as Travis Barker of Blink 182 fame (now with +44), Chad Smith from the Red Hot Chili Peppers and… Read More

  • Intel delays Montevina chipset

    Intel was projecting a June launch for the Centrino 2 chipset, but TG Daily is reporting that Intel has indeed run into issues with FCC certification and graphics issues that was reported earlier by Tech Trader Daily. TG’s source is claiming a soft launch for July 14 with a full rollout a couple weeks later. For the Apple fanboys, that means no new MacBooks or MacBook Pros until later… Read More

  • Rough Housing: 24-inch rugged LCD touchscreen would work great in your family's rumpus room

    Sure, the SV-2400 announced today by Stealth Computer is “built to withstand the demanding effects of harsh environments typically encountered in industrial plant floor and Human Machine Interface applications,” but wouldn’t it also stand up to your bratty kids’ peanut butter and jelly-covered hands and the generally rambunctious nature of the rumpus room in your… Read More

  • OmniVision's 8MP mobile phone camera is sensitive to your lighting needs

    It seems that only now are we beginning to really see decent image quality combine with truly small form factor in digital cameras. This new sensor from OmniVision solves one of the problems facing the tiny cameras in cell phones, webcams, and embedded electronics: low light sensitivity. Because of the nature of the sensors and their small size, every photon counts and more often than not… Read More

  • Windows 7 screen grabs look better than they sound

    So Microsoft’s Sinofsky had a pretty good dance with CNET about Windows 7, really not saying much of anything. But a picture’s worth a thousand words, right? Howzabout a ton of pics? We can confirm these are indeed screen shots of the current build of Windows 7 as it will be introduced in 2010, but keep in mind that’s three years away and many changes might be made. Read More

  • Three details about Windows 7

    CNET has a very long interview with Microsoft’s Steven Sinofsky, the guy in charge of the Windows 7 project. Sinofsky dekes and jukes like the great Walter Payton to provide almost zero details about the next version of Windows, despite an almost 4000 word long article. Here’s what we know, though. 1. Windows 7 will be available “about three years after the general… Read More

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