• Speck Mobile Tune FM Transmitter and Charger for iPods

    Speck Mobile Tune FM Transmitter and Charger for iPods

    Here’s an iPod accessory that was designed to blend into the decor of your car. The Mobile Tune FM Transmitter and Charger plugs into the cigarette lighter, sticking into your car’s interior and looking like a gear shift knob with chrome on top. It’s trimmed in leather and has a backlit blue dial indicator for that certain custom look, provided that your car is trimmed… Read More

  • The Skype-Hype

    The Skype-Hype

    US Robotics just launched two Skype Certified hardware products. US Robotics unveiled the USR9601 USB Internet Phone which features a bright, high-resolution, blue backlit LCD screen that supports Skype caller ID. The Internet Phone also features a phonebook and can be plugged into the PC via USB. US Robotics also released the USR9602 USB Internet Mini Phone which is a lower-end model of… Read More

  • Xbox 360 Roadmap Sneak Peek

    Xbox 360 Roadmap Sneak Peek

    HardOCP got a peek at the upcoming Xbox 360 features heading our way in the near future. Among them, the $200-ish HD DVD drive, support for 1080p resolutions, and a Media Center overhaul for Xbox 360. The $200 HD DVD drive is a welcome attachment for Xbox 360 owners, and 1080p resolution support will help make the Xbox 360 a true player for High Definition content. Games probably won’t… Read More

  • ArtDio SS-100 VoIP USB Speakerphone

    ArtDio SS-100 VoIP USB Speakerphone

    The hockey puck-shaped ArtDio SS-100 VoIP speaker does more than just put out puny monophonic sounds—it’s also a speakerphone designed to support Skype VoIP soft phones. Plug it into any USB port and it’s ready to function as a speaker or a microphone. Its 1.5 inch “micro metal driver” automatically shuts itself up if a phone call comes in. It uses its own… Read More

  • Blogger.com unveils new beta version

    Google’s Blogger.com, one of the trailblazers of the whole medium, is about to undergo a substantial upgrade that will improve its usability and help it catch up to the state of the art. You can preview the beta version at beta.blogger.com, but in my experience the beta system isn’t stable enough to use yet. You can check it out now though. Blogger users will be notified when… Read More

  • Blackberry 8100: Le Pearl

    Blackberry 8100: Le Pearl

    If you’re wondering what the next BlackBerry available on T-Mobile will look like, then wonder no more. It’s called the BlackBerry Pearl (8100), and it looks mighty thin in comparison to other BlackBerry and QWERTY phones. Powerful enough to qualify as a BlackBerry, but designed for people who don’t wear clown-sized pants. New BlackBerry Pearl Shots! [Blackberry Cool] Read More

  • Dell Recalls 4.1 Million Fire-Prone Notebook Batteries

    Dell Recalls 4.1 Million Fire-Prone Notebook Batteries

    Dell announced a recall of 4.1 million notebook computer batteries, warning users that it’s possible they could catch fire. Although company didn’t say the batteries would explode, it did admit they could “erupt in flames.” The batteries, made by Sony for Dell, were sold in notebooks between April, 2004 and July 18 of this year. Dell said the batteries in question… Read More

  • Logitech QuickCall USB Speakerphone

    Logitech QuickCall USB Speakerphone

    In case just using your computer’s speakers and a webcam as a speakerphone wasn’t “high tech” enough for you, Logitech has their new QuickCall USB Speakerphone to allow you to make calls on any VoIP network. There’s a dual-microphone system on the speakerphone that somehow works to cancel out noise and give you better sounding audio. Problem is, your mother in Ohio… Read More

  • LG KG810 Chocolate Flip Phone

    LG KG810 Chocolate Flip Phone

    The LG KG800 Chocolate Phone was grandly launched to a collective “meh” from tech reviewers and bloggers everywhere. Sure it looked nice, but some bugs and other quirks kept it from being spectacular. Well, hopefully the KG810 flip-phone version will fix some of those problems. On the inside, it’s almost exactly the same. They both have a 1.3 megapixel camera, Bluetooth… Read More

  • Garmin Forerunner 305 Foot Pod: For Treadmill or Indoor Track

    Garmin Forerunner 305 Foot Pod: For Treadmill or Indoor Track

    While the Garmin 305 (pictured here) was happily using GPS satellites to measure distance and speed on the arms of runners, along came the Nike + iPod kit, using a shoe insert and transmitter combination that does a similar thing. Not to be outdone by the likes of Nike and Apple, Garmin has responded with an accessory for the Forerunner 305 called the Foot Pod. The device is mounted to a… Read More

  • Sharpcast aims to synch all your data

    Oliver at MobileCrunch has a long post today about Sharpcast, currently a photo tool that synches data effortlessly across desktop, web and mobile interfaces. Each time you log in to any device your data is synched automatically across all of them and the mobile user interface looks exactly like the desktop interface. Sharpcast’s synchronization technology, the company says though, is… Read More

  • ASUS VX1 Lamborghini Notebook

    ASUS VX1 Lamborghini Notebook

    We’re not sure what kind of people buy Lamborghini-branded Notebooks. None of our friends have one and nobody we know is in the target market. But maybe that’s the point. Lambo owners are a selective crowd, and maybe it takes someone with lots of bucks to be able to plop down for a garishly-yellow $2,799 notebook. Marketing talk aside, this Intel Core Duo-based notebook has a… Read More

  • HP MediaSmart 37-inch LCD Media Center TV

    HP MediaSmart 37-inch LCD Media Center TV

    This 37-inch HDTV from HP retails for $2,699.99, which is a lot more than standard 37-inch LCD TVs. Why? Because it’s capable of streaming photos, music and video from any PC on the network to the TV—without having to buy separate gear. The TV can stream media over 802.11a/b/g and 100Mbps Ethernet, keeping the living room area computer-free, just the way the wife likes it. The… Read More

  • DIY Wireless ISP

    DIY Wireless ISP

    Ever get fed up with your internet connection? Random disconnects, bad tech support, and strange outages will now be a thing of the past! With Meraki you can now run your own internet service provider. Meraki provides the software, hardware, and management services that are needed to build mesh networks and provide Internet Access. This device will be available Fall of 2006 and the mini… Read More

  • Wrist Supporting Cleavage

    Wrist Supporting Cleavage

    Boobies! Yes, that’s right folks, we at Crunchgear have finally found a mouse pad for all those fellows, or ladies, who need to cop a feel during the daily grind. Racing girl has put out a mouse pad that supports the user’s wrist with foam cleavage. We feel dirty now. Naughty Racing Girls mouse pad [Slashgear] Read More

  • Cavalcade of CrunchGear Stars – You!

    Cavalcade of CrunchGear Stars – You!

    Friends, it’s time to see the true faces behind our success – the sysadmins, the programmers, the guys walking around in a towel at noon, the real heroes that make us wake up every morning. Click through to view a video of you all in action and to see the winner of our first contest. Read More

  • SMSJock: Your Disc Jockey Connection

    SMSJock: Your Disc Jockey Connection

    Those disc jockeys are in for it now! A new technology has been released that will enable listeners to message the disc jockey directly, for a nominal fee of course. Now listeners can badger and pester the jockey into playing whatever they want. Utilizing any mobile phone with SMS functionality, the listeners can use this web-based service, called, unfortunately, SMSJock, to text directly to… Read More

  • More Buttons by Logitech

    Logitech announced additions to their Cordless Desktop line-up. These new models will streamline the use of searching applications, images, and internet phone calls. The Logitech EasyCall Desktop will enable the user to effectively take internet phone calls at the PC without extra hardware. Utilizing a speakerphone and headset, this package reduces echoes and unwanted noise from the… Read More

  • Asus P525 Gets FCC Hugs

    . Asus has had it hard lately while trying to break into the US market, so this might be the boost it needs to gain an HTC-like following of die-hard smartphone fans.
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  • GoBook XR-1: Ruggedized Ruggedness

    GoBook XR-1: Ruggedized Ruggedness

    Itronix makes military grade hardware for heavy-duty missions and the GoBook XR-1 is no exception. This monster has up to three wireless systems including WWAN, built-in GPS, and “meets MIL STD 810F (military standard) ratings for drop/shock and vibration and the IP54 (ingress protection),” which I suspect means it’s hard to break unless the military does something with… Read More