• Wii Wins Console Launch Battle, Xbox 360 Winning Sales

    BusinessWeek.com has a quick financial recap and forecast of the current console wars. Nintendo sold 1.1 million Wii consoles between its release in November 2006 through the end of the year coming out numero uno in console sales. Sony on the other hand, only sold 687,000 PlayStation 3 units. Though this isn’t surprising, I find it hard to believe that Sony wouldn’t have out… Read More

  • Vista Service Pack 1: A Band-Aid for a Baby

    Sure, Vista is a but a wee bairn but that doesn’t mean it doesn’t deserve a major service pack. We can expect the software to roll out in the Fall with a few fixes for “high-impact issues” including fixes in security, deployment, and stability. Why should we care? Because this promises to break a few things down the line and means the Vista is really hitting the… Read More

  • Free iPhone*

    …and by offering up all of your private information you can get one! All you have to do is click ad spam on one of thousands of websites. Remember, however, you probably won’t get one because it’s all based on availability and the fact that skeezy outfits like this are preying on your ignorance. Fulfillment may be delayed based on availability. Once you have completed the… Read More

  • LG Puts Out Like My HS GF


    What sort of world would we be living in if LG didn’t release a new product every day of the year? Have no fear, LG doesn’t let us down with the release of their new digital media player, the FM37. At a thin 10.4mm the FM37 packs a whole lot of features: 2/4GB, MP3/OGG/WMA support, e-book functionality, battery life for up to 24 hours for your tunes, 3 hours of video and a 2.4… Read More

  • Consolidate Your Barcodes

    User tracydanger on Instructables has thrown up a neat guide to consolidating all those bonus/membership cards in your wallet. In a nutshell, Tracy took all her bonus cards in her wallet (like CVS, Shop Rite, etc.), scanned in all the barcodes, labeled each one, and printed them out into a nice, convenient sheet that is easily accessible. Don’t have a scanner or you’re just… Read More

  • Don't Count On A PS3 Price Cut Anytime Soon

    With the PS3 being the most expensive console out there right now, consumers are probably holding out for a price cut of some sort to make that $600 investment a little more manageable. Hopefully they’re not holding their breath though. SCEA CEO Jack Tretton gives a big, fat “NO.” to those asking if the PS3’s price will drop as quickly as the PS2’s. Apparently… Read More

  • It's Official: Blu-Ray DRM Cracked

    , Janvitos has decrypted a full Blu-Ray movie without even owning any Blu-Ray equipment. This is very embarrassing. Full DVD decryption took a few years, at least in any usable form. This took… oh… a few weekends. This isn’t a formal crack, but it’s more of a proof-of-concept. There’s no telling what they’re going to do with the keys once folks start… Read More

  • AVerMedia AVerVision300AF Portable Document Camera

    In the market for a portable document camera for displaying documents, 3-D objects, microscopic images and more through a projector, monitor or TV? Yeah, me neither, but if you know someone that is, have them check out the AVerVision300AF. The $1,000 camera features an advanced one-button auto focus the company claims is one of the fastest available and is capable of an 8X digital zoom with a… Read More

  • TellMe: A Robot Does the Searching, You Do the Swearing

    Oliver at MobileCrunch and Mike at TC got to test out the latest version of TellMe, a voice-enabled search service that lets you tell a robot what you’re looking for. The robot then sends you a map, if necessary, and lets you call the locaation or SMS directions to friends. TellMe requires a tiny standalone app for the mapping and it seems to be free right now, so it’s a… Read More

  • The Hottest Booth At CES 2007 Was…

    the RIAA’s booth. Guess piracy must have cut back its booth budget. Read More

  • MySpace Getting AMBER Alerts

    The next time you decide to plot the kidnapping of your neighbor’s kid for beer money, you may want to re-think what you’re doing: MySpace is now equipped to send out AMBER alerts for missing children. With increased pressure from activist groups and concerned parents, MySpace has partnered with the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children so that whenever a critical… Read More

  • Nokia Working On Diamond Casing

    We’ve all seen an old movie where a burglar breaks into a home or store by cutting a window with a diamond. Thus, we should all know by now that diamonds are tough as hell. Nokia knows this and is putting the valuable gem to good use by developing a casing material similar to that of a diamond. Found in a patent Nokia filed, the casing uses coal and is smooth to the touch. From New… Read More

  • Google Demands You Stay Productive While Peeing

    Found in Google’s Mountain View Restrooms, it appears that the big G wants you to stay sharp whilst draining your main vein. Mountain View’s productive restroom breaks [Valleywag] Read More

  • Toast 8: TiVo-Tastic

    Just got the boxed version of Toast Titanium 8 in and I’m quite confused, yet happy, yet trepidatious. I’ve always liked Toast — it’s simple, straightforward, and it burns solid disks with little fanfare. But what’s all this TiVo stuff then? Read More

  • KTF Ever 360 Beats iPhone To The Punch


    Ok so maybe the KTF won’t be an iPhone contender in any way but at least it has the motion sensor to tilt the screen from ‘landscape’ to ‘portrait’. Buuuuuttttt the Ever 360, as its being labeled, does have the “Shake” and it’s showin’ everyone what her momma gave her. The “Shake” feature is spanktacular because it lets you skip… Read More

  • Plen: The Bluetooth-Enabled, Rollerskating Robot

    One of the coolest looking robots out there, Plen is a small, humanoid robot that can rollerskate around on a hard surface. A surefire hit at school or the office, this little guy costs a whopping $2000 and comes equipped with Bluetooth so you can control him wirelessly. There’s little detail as to whether or not you could use a Bluetooth-enabled cellphone to control the little guy… Read More

  • Monsoon HAVA Gold HD Turns PC Into Budget PVR, Video Streamer


    Maybe you’ve heard of HAVA, maybe you HAVA-n’t (ha!), but it looks like the company is here to stay as a prime competitor to Sling Media’s Slingbox. The HAVA Gold HD announced today (and available for sale) is a $129 box that not only allows you to turn your Windows PC into a TiVo-like video recorder, but you can stream MPEG-2 and MPEG-4 video to multiple PCs as well. Read More

  • CrunchGear Boooring Edition: Samsung SGH-C140

    Zzzzzz-wha!? Oh! It’s you. Welcome, welcome to another edition of CrunchGear’s Boooring Edition. This time around, we have the Samsung SGH-C140. Looking like a cellphone that you’d pick up from a 7-11 in 2001, this fatty is not feature rich in the slightest. It only comes with dual-band GSM, aa 65k color screen, polyphonic ringtones, a battery with 3 hours of talk time and… Read More

  • iSnug My iPod, Do You?

    If you’re looking for a decent bundle of accessories for that brand new iPod you just picked up, iSnug may be just what you’re looking for. Made by HandStands, this kit comes with an FM transmitter for rocking out in the car, a headphone splitter for sharing your tunes, an AV cable to show off your movies on the big screen, a car charger, and a case that will house all the… Read More

  • Transformers iPod Dock Speakers


    Transformers iPod dock speakers will be available this July with my personal favorite, Optimus Prime, in white for $144.95. Need I say more? Transformers [Plastic Bamboo] Read More

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