• Huckleberry's Camera Makes Your iSight Into A Real Camera

    A company with the fun-to-say name of Huckleberry has announced this nifty mirror that turns your Macbook iSight camera into a conventional camera. Never again will you have to turn the machine around to take a picture of the world around you. This bad boy will be introduced at £14.95 (about $28), which isn’t horrible — but I’m not sure it’s worth it. If you want one… Read More

  • Auvi PHIP65 Cordless Dual-Mode Skype Phone

    Made to work with both analog landlines and Skype, the Auvi Dual-Mode PHIP65 marries traditional calling with free (until the end of the year) Skype calling. The phone plugs into your USB port, which then uses proprietary Auvi software to interface with Skype. That means you’re going to have to keep your computer on all the time if you want to make and receive calls over the Skype… Read More

  • 64GB Thumb Drive for $5,740

    <img src="http://tctechcrunch2011.files.wordpress.com/2007/01/s writes, and has more room than just about any flash drive we've seen. Of course, it does cost $5,740, and only the masochistic or the very rich would buy one of these instead of a portable hard drive that costs less than 10% of this baby. But then again, maybe you've got some special reason – like… Read More

  • CrunchGear This Week


    We open today with our in-depth review of the T-Mobile Dash, a Windows smartphone for the masses along with lots of PS3 griping as GameSpot and other retailers have already sold out their pre-orders within seconds. Our Meet Up is in jeopardy because we don’t have any sponsors, so feel free to tip your editors if you intend to attend. Would your company like to advertise on CG and get… Read More

  • eBay Taking Down PlayStation 3 Pre-order Postings


    If you search eBay today for PlayStation 3 pre-orders you may find the results quite different than if you searched it yesterday. Apparently, eBay has a policy of not allowing sales of items if you’re more than 30 days away from having the actual item in your hand. The PlayStation 3 is available more than 30 days from now, hence eBay has removed those auctions and suspended those… Read More

  • Leaked Samsung SGH-i760 Looks Mmm-Mmm Good


    For the past several months I’ve been regularly using the Samsung T809 from T-Mobile. I really dig the slider’s design, features and display, despite the crappy battery life I get from it. Well this leaked Samsung SGH-i760 Windows Mobile 5 for Pocket PC Smartphone with slide-out QWERTY keyboard looks like the Hershey Big Block to the T809’s Miniature. The specs look… Read More

  • CrunchGear Meet Up: Pass the Hat

    Because of extenuating circumstances, we were unable to secure a sponsor for the Meet Up. Therefore, if you wish to attend, please consider popping a fiver into this PayPal account and if we hit $3,000 by tomorrow, we’re golden. Otherwise, we’ll send back the donations. Deal? Read More

  • Best Buy Adds Insignia NS-DV2G, DV4G To Site, Cheap Bastards Rejoice


    We missed this yesterday, but Best Buy added two Insignia music players to its online shopping site: the 2GB NS-DV2G and 4GB NS-DV4G. Despite having some decent spec-age (2.2-inch high-resolution color LCD, built-in FM tuner, microSD expansion slot, up to 20 hours of playback time, Windows/Mac compatible, support for JPEG photos and MPEG4 video) these things look like they’ve been… Read More

  • Rubik's Cube Stereo Speakers, Lamps


    You can’t tell from the picture just how big these puppies are, but I’m pretty sure I don’t care. The speaker, which lights up in the colors of the famous puzzle Cube, is for sale in Japan (but will soon be for sale on GeekStuff4U) and feature a power output of 125mW per each of its two 27-mm cone speakers. That’s not bad for a novelty speaker set. A Rubik’s… Read More

  • Ideazon Adds Gaming Mouse, Pad To Lineup, Asks You Not to Fear The Reaper


    The company that makes those funky game-centric keyboards, Ideazon, is launching a couple new game products this week: The Reaper gaming mouse and FragMat gaming surface. The features you’ll find on the Reaper are similar to those on other gaming rodentia: *1600 DPI Optical Engine
    *Six programmable buttons
    *7th button for on the fly driverless DPI switching
    *Illumination
    *Gold Plated… Read More

  • Chuck E. Cheese Creator Opens First uWink Restaurant


    Nolan Bushnell, founder and former CEO of Atari and Chuck E. Cheese, announced that the first uWink restaurant will open Monday, October 16th, in Woodland Hills, California. What’s uWink you ask? Well like all good dining franchise experiences, it distracts you from the quailty of your dining companions and the food with a gimmick; uWink does it by letting you turn your meal into a… Read More

  • ViewSonic iPod-Dock LCDs Launch


    Just a quick follow up on something we reported on last month. ViewSonic, in an attempt to give us one more thing we can stick into our monitor, has released its 19-inch VX1945wm and 22-inch VX2245wm LCD monitors that incorporate an iPod docking station, four USB 2.0 ports, an 8-in-1 card reader, a microphone, stereo speakers and a subwoofer into the displays. While we’re all for… Read More

  • T-Mobile Dash Hands On


    As smartphones make their way into the mainstream, we’re reminded why they were long relegated to the hip holsters of Road Warriors and the hopelessly email-obsessed. Their operating systems, with rare exceptions, were too overpowered for the average consumer, their set-up screens were convoluted, and their price tags were stratospheric when compared to the average clamshell. T-Mobile… Read More

  • Coghead Goes Live: Build Applications Visually

    The online application building space is one that is getting more interesting by the week. We have previously reviewed a number of apps in this space (sometimes referred to as the ‘online access’ space, a reference to Microsoft Access) including Dabble DB, Zoho Creator and WyaWorks. The premise of these web applications is that they allow non-programmers to easily build… Read More

  • Daily Crunch: Disappearing Act Edition

    Keep yesterday’s posts under your NSFW hat: Dresses Wriggle, Disappear
    Sony NW-S203F MP3 Playing Pedometer Reviewed
    LED Rat Throwie
    Saitek’s Colorful Keyboard and Mouse
    PhantomPark Gives You Two Garage Spaces Read More

  • Google "Docs & Spreadsheets" Launches

    Google just launched Docs & Spreadsheets at docs.google.com. It integrates the previously separate Writely and Spreadsheet product silos into a single control panel and admin area (the previous sites for those products redirect to docs.google). This is not a deep product integration, but it is another shot across the bow of Microsoft Office. I had an unexpected opportunity to meet the team… Read More

  • Meet Up Struggles: A Plea for Help, Manufacturers

    We’ve got the event. We’ve got the venue. We’ve got the prizes. But we don’t have the sponsors. Dear readers, we need about $3,000 to make this thing work on Friday and still haven’t lined up hardware sponsors. I’d like to make an open plea to all you cool cats out there to sponsor our little fete this Friday. Here’s how it will go down. A $1,500… Read More

  • Gordon Freeman Comes To Life

    What you are gazing your teary eyes at right now is a real-life Gordon Freeman. Well, not really, just a Gordon Freeman costume and a dude that looks EXACTLY like him. The Half-Life fan is actually Kevin, posting his very own duct tape made Gordon Freeman costume, along with the handy crowbar and killer crab. If you’ve ever played any of the Half-Life games, it’s pretty scary to… Read More

  • Gamestop: Preorders Are Over

    This is going to be short and simple, I don’t want to revisit my morning of sitting outside of Gamestop and having the manager say, “Sorry, we’re out,” when I was next. Anyways, all 3,600 Gamestop stores are sold out of PS3 preorders and have been sold out since 2:00 PM today, central time. The max number of preorders each Gamestop had was 16, and only 2 of them… Read More

  • PSP Extra Analog Stick Mod

    I think there’s enough evidence out there to officially say that the PSP isn’t the best portable option for a gamer. We’ve got a few titles coming up including Metal Gear Solid: Portable Ops, but we all know it isn’t going to save the Playstation Portable. However, the lack of good games weren’t the only obstacle for the PSP. The portable console also faced… Read More

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