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  • Christophe Claret 21 Blackjack: Watch Dealer Usually Wins

    A new video just released by Christophe Claret finally shows the entire upcoming 21 Blackjack watch – and it is in full action. So I should probably take this opportunity to debut the watch to you. You are gonna love this one. This latest wild wonder watch by master watch maker Christophe Claret is imbued with three different Casio games, and you can play blackjack with it, as the watch… Read More

  • Google Earth has landed for Android 2.1

    When the Google Nexus One was announced, there were several cool new features unveiled for the device and Android 2.1: interactive wallpapers, 3D graphics and support for Google Earth. The latter wasn’t available at the time, and there was no date set, but it looks like it’s available on Android Market now. Read More

  • HTC Sense UI for Android may be getting sweet, sweet multitouch

    Who could have guessed that simple gestures like pinch-to-zoom would make or break a phone experience for some people? With Android 2.1 slowly rolling out to most Android handsets out there, HTC decided to step up its game and bring that multitouch action into its own UI. But before you start getting uppity about when it’s coming, do not that this video is coming from Japan on a unit… Read More

  • Motorola takes two steps back, says DROID update isn't coming this week

    Earlier this week we reported that Motorola would be gearing up for an Android 2.1 update for the DROID. Oops! It turns out that it might not be coming that soon after all. And here we were etching notches into the wall as we counted down the days. Read More

  • Android updates fly off the shelves; Motorola CLIQ up next in March?

    Android updates appear to be getting thrown left and right recently, so it doesn’t surprise me that the Motorola CLIQ may be due for a tune-up. According to Boy Genius Report, the CLIQ will be getting Android 2.1 OS sometime in March. Perhaps it’s not soon enough for those CLIQ owners who are turning a little green watching as DROID and Nexus One owners enjoy the latest and greatest. Read More

  • iPhone App Review: PRO casino games

    At the Columbus CrunchGear Meetup in December I met Brad Dunnington, CEO of Avalinx, a local software development company that makes the PRO series of card games for the Apple iPhone. I met Brad for lunch a couple weeks later to learn more about the PRO series, as well as Avalinx as a company. Read on to learn about them! Read More

  • Sony unveils the HT-FS1 2.1 home theater speaker set

    The advent of the super slim HDTVs ushered in the era of crappy, built-in speakers. Gone are the days of large cabinet TVs and decent sound, so inexpensive all-in-one speaker solutions are increasingly more popular. Sony’s latest is the HT-FS1 2.1 setup that sports three HDMI inputs and one out, allowing owners to run all the sources into the subwoofer, with just one cable ends up at TV. Read More

  • PwnageTool and QuickPwn released for 2.1 iPhone Firmware

    iPhone owners; if you still feel the need to Jailbreak and customize your Jesusphone in the modern AppStore era, the tools needed now work with the latest 2.1 firmware. Have fun! Oh, and there is a GUI jailbreak option now for the iPod touch so you don’t have to do it manually. Read More

  • iPhone 2.1 update now live: All sorts of bug fixes (hopefully)

    Connect your iPhone to your computer right now to start downloading the just-released 2.1 firmware. This is the big one that’s supposed to fix all sorts of bugs and performance issues. It’ll take a little bit to determine how effective it is, though. Apple lists the following improvements: • Decrease in call set-up failures and dropped calls
    • Significantly better… Read More