• Apiotek USB SkyPhone Only 7.5mm Thin

    Making stylish, corded Skype phones seems to be the rage nowadays. It looks more like a remote control or third-party Wiimote, but the SkyPhone packs some impressive features. The device itself is only 7.5mm thick, weighs 69g, and has a dramatic metal backing like the iPod. It also is compatible with Skype, MSN, and Yahoo!, has USB 2.0, has recording capabilities, and is Mac/PC compatible. You… Read More

  • Formatpixel Makes Sexy Presentations

    We’ve talked about a lot of online presentation applications, both formal (Zoho, Google, Empressr, Thumbstacks, Preezo, Slideshare) and informal (RockYou, Filmloop, Scrapblog, Bubbleshare). Formatpixel is a flash-based crossover between the two, meant to design portfolio or brochure presentations that look more like fashion magazines than PowerPoint presentations. You can see an example… Read More

  • Blu-Ray Shafts Us? One Man's Conspiracy Theory


    Wayde Robson does these Ze Frank-esque videos on tech topics and this one is a doozy. It’s a wind-eyed rant against Blu-Ray involving beer, pee, and the idea the HD-DVD is a better format. He definitely has some good points — Sony made the format to support studios, not consumers — but you can say that about anything throughout history including the gramophone, the Super… Read More

  • Parrot Busts Out The Bluetooth Boombox

    Yo listen up, this is what I’m sayin’
    Parrot’s got a boombox for which you’ll be payin’
    Bluetooth-equipped like it ain’t no thang
    It’ll cost you $300 and some change Read More

  • The Futurist: From Lucky-Goldstar to LG, or… Brands That Change With The Times


    Biggs and I were talking shop awhile back and I mentioned that it was as if, sometime in the past decade, LG and RCA had a Freaky Friday-like switcheroo. As anybody over the age of 10 likely recalls, RCA used to be an omnipresent CE brand—especially in TVs. And LG? Let’s just say those letters didn’t always stand for “Life’s Good.” Rather, the… Read More

  • Apple vs. The World: PatentMonkey IP-Review

    Apple is greater than the sum of its parts. IP is important for any company today and Apple’s whopping $74 Billion market valuation shows that investors love Apple’s IP. Apple’s intangibles boil down to several primary focus areas: its OS, iPod and iPhone patents and applications; the letter “i” (and other Trademarks); and know how in delivering digital media on… Read More

  • Sony HBH-PV710 Out Of The Wild

    Getting excited over yet another Bluetooth headset is like trying to say the Irish don’t enjoy getting drunk. Cute jokes aside, this Sony-Ericsson HBH-PV710 isn’t looking too shabby for a headset. A bit 1983, it comes with some swiveling ear hook, red and brown covers (is that dookie on your ear?), and 12-hours of talk-time. It even has a super lame neck strap for when… Read More

  • Black Xbox 360 With 120GB Drive And HDMI On Its Way?

    Quite the rumor to wakeup to, I’m not sure if I believe this or not. Microsoft Australia of all companies has tipped off a retailer (Myer) that a new version of the Xbox 360 will soon be coming to stores and to prepare for it. The new 360 will feature HDMI out and an included 120GB hard drive, as well as a dark black paint job—Xbox 360 2.0 if you will. This rumor even comes with… Read More

  • Windows Mobile Crossbow: Look Who's All Grown Up!

    Geek.com has an incredibly detailed examination of Windows Mobile Crossbow along with enough screenshots to choke a monkey. Does it look better than WinMo 5? Absolutely. Does the rancid taste of WinMo 5 in the back of my mouth make me wary that this is much of an improvement? Yep. That said, go ahead and take a gander. First Impressions: Windows Mobile 6 [Geek.com] Read More

  • Windows 386: Dum Da DA DUM!

    Holy crap, this is bad. “I’m using Windows Windows Windows 386…” GAHAHHSHASHHF! The Most Ridiculous Windows Video Ever [Gizmodo] Read More

  • Samsung's Ultra Slim F700 Says iPhone Who?


    I will admit that I’m over the iPhone and all the clones that it’s unleashed upon the world. But Samsung has pulled me back in with the Ultra Slim F700. It may not be the skinniest sister in the bunch but it sure does pack a whole lot more than the rest of the family. This is truly a revolutionary mobile phone and I’d give my arm to see it at 3GSM next week. Read More

  • Xbox 360 And Airport Extreme 802.11n Don't Get Along


    How childish can Microsoft and Apple get? Pretty darn childish since they just don’t want to play nice with each other at all. Apple’s iTunes didn’t like Vista and now Xbox 360s don’t like Apple’s Airport Extreme 802.11n. Maybe it’s just a coincidence except it’s not; Wii and PS3 owners have not reported any problems. Any network run on the… Read More

  • NBC Piles On Google – YouTube Strategy in Question

    NBC’s new CEO Jeff Zucker didn’t waste any time before stirring things up a little. The Financial Times is reporting that he trashed YouTube, using words very similar to those chosen by Viacom a week ago when they demanded YouTube remove over 100,000 video clips. The words, in fact, are so close that the two events almost seen orchestrated: “YouTube needs to prove that it… Read More

  • Daily Crunch: Fishscale Edition

    Wowee Dragonfly Hands-On. Verdict: Awesome!
    Fishy Power
    FishCam Finds Nemo
    Mario Theme On Exotic Instruments
    Bluetooth Heaven: Aliph Jawbone Read More

  • iPods To Get Flash Memory And…


    Why haven’t we seen the highly rumored widescreen/touch-screen video iPod, the rumor mill has been going bonkers over it for over a year now? Everyone knows that it’s the next step in the iPod evolution and yet with every Apple event we’re left wondering if it will ever emerge. Hold strong and keep the faith because there is some light at the end of this tunnel. Read More

  • Yahoo! Launches Pipes

    It takes effort to explain the significance of a new product when the immediate benefit to consumers may not be so obvious, and the awkwardly named “pipes” from Yahoo! is no exception. The product name is taken from the world of UNIX where a pipe is a conduit for the transfer of data between applications, while with the Yahoo product it is a conduit for data between web services. In… Read More

  • Mosoto: Share Files and Chat on Facebook

    Facebook released an API last year and new startup Mosoto is putting it to good use. Mosoto is a Flex 2.0 application that sits on top of your Facebook account via the API and allows you to share files, chat with friends, and discover new ones. The app has a desktop layout, where you control different mini applications for sharing files, chatting, discovering friends, and sharing music. The… Read More

  • Jobster Attacks the Monster

    Monster.com is a fat target. It has a market cap of nearly $7 billion and generates over $1 billion per year in revenue. All that revenue is largely generated on paid job listings, starting off at $475 for a single listing. Hotjobs and a bunch of other services provide similar services, all for a fee. Even Craigslist charges for job listings in many markets. Seattle-based Jobster, which has… Read More

  • Simple Web 2.0 Traffic Trends Tracker

    The folks over at eSnips have created a simple website for tracking “Web 2.0″ traffic trends. The website uses Alexa data. I’d love to see someone create a similar website that ranks these Web 2.0 websites (or rather, these ones) by using various other measurements, such as # of backlinks in Technorati and # of mentions on blogs indexed by Technorati. Editor’s Note… Read More

  • Windows Mobile 6 (Officially) Announced

    Alright, this shouldn’t be new to anyone who reads the site regularly, but Windows Mobile 6 is coming. We’ve already reported tons of information on Crossbow, but today there is a little more. Namely by the way of an official announcement: Read More

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