• Corsair Introduces Dominator RAM With Cooling Fans

    is a more technical explanation on what CAS means. Only the most demanding users will grab this, partially thanks to the $600 price tag on the fanned model and the $400 for the non-fanned model. Pretty expensive, but if you want the top performance for your gaming rig, you’d better hope your mommy and daddy are willing to bump up your allowance. Corsair DRAM Adds Cooling Fan [Extreme… Read More

  • Toshiba Launching 16GB Flash Drives

    These 16GB flash drives aren’t the ones that go into a solid state laptop. These are the little thumb sticks you carry around in your pocket with all your midterms and writeups. Toshiba will release 512MB, 1GB, 2GB, 4GB and 16GB sizes of these TransMemory U3 series flash drives. You can pick up your 16GB monster in December through Toshiba’s online shop. The other sizes can be… Read More

  • More Treo 750 Shots


    The Treo 750 pictures have really been leaking harder than the Titanic in hour 3 of James Cameron’s wet-epic—which I never saw, in case you were wondering. Here we can see that it’s heading to Vodaphone, it’s running Windows Mobile 5.1.195, and well, that it’s a Treo. Not that much new, but our Treo fans really explode every time new pictures come out, so… Read More

  • Sony To Slash PS3 Production Target In Half?

    Digitimes of Taiwan says Sony’s target shipment of 4 million PS3 units by the end of 2006 will likely be halved in the coming weeks. Their CEO has been saying their target was 2 million units in November and 2 million units in December. Comparing that with the Xbox 360 numbers, which had 1.5 million units shipped in Q4 2005, 1.7 units shipped in Q1 2006, and 1.8 million units shipped in… Read More

  • Epson's Spurts Out Three High-Definition Photo Printers

    Epson’s rolled out the Epson Stylus Photo R260, R380 and RX580, all “Ultra Hi-Definition” and all using Epson’s MicroPiezo print head to pump out great photos. The R260, which doesn’t need a PC to operate, costs $129 and has a 3.5-inch display to preview photos, memory card slots, and can print 4×6, 5×7, 8×10 and 8.5×11 prints. It can produce… Read More

  • US Robotics Cordless Skype Phone

    USRobotics announced today the USR9630 Cordless Phone for Skype and the USR9631 Accessory Handset, two devices that aren’t very robotic and probably aren’t made in the US. The USR9630 is a base station that can serve Skype through a landline as well as to a PC through USB. It can be connected with up to four USR9631 handsets to blanket the entire house. What distinguishes this… Read More

  • Philips Pronto Uber Universal Remote

    <img src="http://tctechcrunch2011.files.wordpress.com/2007/01/have a PC to use, the learning capabilities of this remote is up to 99.99% accurate. Also, like we mentioned, there's wireless extenders where you can place in strategic locations so you can control every TV, Stereo and DVD player from the comfort of your living room. No price on this yet, but it won't be… Read More

  • Garmin Nuvi 660 Shows Face

    Last week we reported about the Garmin Nuvi 660 getting past the evil monsters at the FCC. Today we have a pic of the new device for you. The most notable feature of this new model is the inclusion of an FM transmitter that can be used to broadcast directions or MP3s to any FM tuner. It also has a widescreen 4.3″ touchscreen display that can project at a resolution of 480 x 272… Read More

  • Yahoo! Go Expands, Does Microsoft

    Big news this morning for Yahoo! users who own a Windows Mobile based phone. Yahoo! has announced that its popular Go software, previously available only on Symbian devices, would launch today for Windows Mobile-powered phones. Yahoo! Go will now work Windows Mobile OS versions 2003 SE and 5.0. The services allows users to access from their phone services like Y! Mail, Search, Photos, Address… Read More

  • Blu-ray vs. HD DVD: Timeout

    Well just as the formats were about to fall out of the ring and go into an all out street brawl, the ref called time and sent the combatants back to their corners. The violation being a worldwide shortage of blue laser diodes. Nichia, the company that holds 80% of the blue laser diode supply, has reported that its yield rate of production is currently at 30%, but the product still fails to… Read More

  • Ricoh Drops Two New Ruggedized Wireless Cameras

    If you’ve got an 8.13 megapixel camera, and you want to improve on it, what would you do? You’d make it shockproof. And waterproof. And dustproof. Then you’d have a ruggedized, “sport camera”, perfect for the outdoorsman. But outdoorsmen need to pack light, so you wouldn’t want to bring any of those pesky cables with you. So you’d make sure to make… Read More

  • Protect, respect your disks with new DVD condoms.

    So I want you to promise to always carry a d_skin Protective Disc Skin, just in case. They’re made of a clear material that’s thin enough that you can leave it on the disk, even while the disk is in action. It’s just like it’s not even there, but there it is, protecting you from scratches. If the Disc Skin breaks, just replace it with another one as soon as… Read More

  • Nintendo WiFi Connection claims 2 Million Users

    I have a Powerglove. I’ve had it since I was a kid. And I had a U-Force, the equally-jokable “hands free” controller for the NES. Both of these “revolutionary” controllers were touted as being “wireless”, as that was to be the next big thing in gaming. In reality, they sucked. And had wires. Fast forward 15 years, and it appears Nintendo has gotten… Read More

  • Microsoft Releases XNA Game Studio Express Beta

    Microsoft has released its XNA Game Studio Express Beta, software for aspiring game developers. The program is compatible with both Windows XP and Windows Vista, and all games developed on the software can be migrated over to the Xbox 360 this holiday season as part of the XNA Creators Club. The catch is, XNA Creators Club requires a yearly subscription fee of $99, or a four month trial fee… Read More

  • Yahoo! Go for [windows] mobile.

    Yahoo! Go for Mobile was first launched earlier this year for mobile devices running the Symbian operating system. From today, it’s now available on any Windows Mobile-powered phone running either Microsoft’s mobile OS version 2003 SE or Mobile 5.0. Yahoo! Go for Mobile integrates services such as Y! Mail, Search, Photos, Address Book and Calendar, and Y! News, Sports, Finance… Read More

  • Daily Crunch: Peeping Tom Edition

    Some highlights from yesterday’s posts. Universal Embraces Internet, DRM
    Xantrex PowerSource Mobile 100 Portable Charger
    Samsung Z610 iPod-esque Cell Shows Up On FCC
    Built NY Electric Laptop Sleeves
    Toshiba DRAPEs Ugly Phone Read More

  • Viagogo are open and touting for your business.

    Viagogo is an online ticket exchange that allows people to buy and sell live event tickets in a safe and guaranteed way. Viagogo’s mission is to bring efficiency and transparency to what has traditionally been a murky market place, thus allowing consumers to buy and sell tickets in a safe and guaranteed way. Viagogo, the UK’s first legal secondary ticket website for football… Read More

  • Google Allows Downloads of out-of-copyright Books

    Google is adding a feature to its Google Books service today to allow PDF downloads of out-of-copyright books. For example, to download a pdf version of Dante’s Inferno, see the right sidebar of this page. Until now, Google only allowed people to read the out-of-copyright books online (and only snippets of copyrighted works). To search the database of available full titles, go to… Read More

  • British designers blogroll.

    I recently came across this interesting website called “stuff and nonsense” don’t ask me how or why – I don’t remember but I did bookmark it instantly because it contained a wonderful blogroll of links to British designers and developers who share a passion for web standards and accessibility. Read More

  • BCMA IPTV event series

    The Branded Content Marketing Association (BCMA) is running a series of paid for events in September at The Arts Club, London, focusing on the topic of IPTV. Following the recent acquistion of HomeChoice by Tiscali and imminent launch of BT Vision, IPTV looks set to become one of THE hot topics in the UK over the next few years.    The BCMA are running the following three events: Part… Read More

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