• BlackBerry Storm prep papers show up at Verizon stores

    Click image for the embiggened version Today’s supposed to be the big news day for the BlackBerry Storm on Verizon and, lo and behold, documents prepping Verizon employees for the news have started hitting desks. While it doesn’t mention pricing or reveal the release date, it does confirm the high-resolution touch screen (“RIM’s highest resolution screen… Read More

  • Whoa, lots of Fallout 3 screenshots have leaked

    Well look at that, a bunch of screenshots of Fallout 3 have leaked. The game, which is the prequel to Fallout 4, apparently stole the show at this year’s E3, showing that no matter how many times you re-create Doom you’re guaranteed a receptive audience. That is, of course, your name is Daikatana. Yikes. These particular screenshots come to us by way of Japan, where a recent… Read More

  • Treo Pro live shots, details continue to leak

    Just a few days ago, no one really knew anything about the Treo Pro. Hell, it wasn’t even called the Treo Pro before Friday. Just two days later, we know just about all there is to know about Palm’s pretty little unreleased WinMo handset. The purported specs thus far: Qualcomm 7201 chipset 400Mhz CPU 320×320 screen GPS Tri-band 3G, Quad-band GSM 32GB MicroSDHC support… Read More

  • Nikon D90: first pictures surface, shot of video mode too

    It’s hurricane D90 up in here! I’m too poor to buy one, but this pic on the right excites me because now I no longer have to photoshop “D90″ onto other Nikon DSLRs whenever some specs hit just to have a picture. Nikon Rumors, who got that picture there, also got a shot of the D90 in video mode. Looks pretty much like everyone thought it would. I wonder if they have… Read More

  • Motorola Alexander minus QWERTY equals Motorola Atila

    When shots of Motorola’s last-ditch handset effort, the Alexander, got out a few days ago, a resounding “meh” shot out across the internet. “Meh” on Windows Mobile 6.1, some said. “Meh” on the painful looking keyboard, said others. If the Alexander didn’t get you pumped, perhaps its just spotted sans-QWERTY plus-Touchscreen counterpart, the… Read More

  • Dreamworks' Monsters Vs. Aliens trailer sneaks online, stars CrunchGear mascot

    http://www.traileraddict.com/emb/5821 Almost a week after ComicCon, trailers revealed during the panels continue to leak online. The above is the trailer for Dreamworks’ upcoming flick, Monsters Vs. Aliens. Contrary to what the last part of the title implies, the movie appears to lack Sigourney Weaver and/or chest-bursting creatures. That aside, consider me impressed – the… Read More

  • Exclusive: Octane 120 video game cabinet – with beer tap

    Just got a leaked photo and information on the new DreamArcades Octane 120, a video game cabinet with joystick control panel, driving wheel, and, as you see here, a beer tap for standard kegs. Where’s the screen you ask? It uses an HD video projector and 5.1 stereo sound to fill the room with drunken video gaming goodness. The best thing? Quoth our tipster: It is hard to see in this… Read More

  • Sony Ericsson G705 slider leaked

    Looks like we have our first clue as to what SE might be announcing in two weeks. Some resourceful gent over at the arabic Sony Ericsson community, SE4m, has managed to get their hands all up on an unreleased Sony Ericsson slider, and was kind enough to share the experience with the world. Not a whole lot is known about the slider, tentatively labeled the G705. It’s packing a 3.2… Read More

  • Kindle 2.0 Coming Around October 2008

    Our rendering An insider let slip that two new Amazon Kindle models will hit stores this holiday season, with the first coming as early as October. The first is an updated version with the same sized screen, a smaller form factor, and an improved interface. The source told us that Amazon has “skipped three or four generations,” comparing the old Kindle to the 1st gen iPod and the… Read More

  • HTC Touch Diamond to Sprint in early September?

    According to a photo on the SprintUsers.com forum — a photo which apparently came from HowardForums (I couldn’t find it there) — several new handsets will be available on the Sprint network over the coming months. The HTC MP6950, also known as the HTC Touch Diamond, being one that’s apparently hitting September 2nd. If the reportedly leaked photo is legit, we’ll… Read More

  • AT&T's remaining devices for 2008 leaked

    Oh boy! Gear Diary has the inside scoop on AT&T’s remaining lineup of devices for the rest of the year and it looks pretty good. Lots of Windows Mobile 6.1 devices along with a few BlackBerrys. Details after the jump. Read More

  • Slew of upcoming Verizon phones leaked

    Dates have not been confirmed for the Touch Diamond or Touch Pro, but they’re hitting VZW sometime this year. Also slated for Verizon is the Samsung SCH-U310, which no one knows anything about. The Motorola Blaze is slated for a September 22 release along with another Moto due in mid-August. The Palm Treo 800w is also slated for release, but no date, yet. Snooze. Read More

  • Leaked Rogers activation process points to in-store activation also could be BS

    An “anoymous user” sent in a document purporting to be an internal document from Rogers Canada detailing iPhone activation. There’s not much we don’t already know except that they’re using a secret version of iTunes for activation, which requires a special module. There’s one niggling problem, though. The terminology is fairly rudimentary take this, for… Read More

  • Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen poster leaked?

    Is this purported TF2 poster real or fake? What is that thing? via Film School Rejects Read More

  • Apple to release free iTunes remote app

    A pre-release version of iTunes 7.7 includes this little gem: Use iTunes 7.7 to sync music, video, and more with iPhone 3G, and download applications from the iTunes Store exclusively designed for iPhone and iPod touch with software version 2.0 or later. Also use the new Remote application for iPhone or iPod touch to control iTunes playback from anywhere in your home — a free download… Read More

  • Tiny Dell ‘Studio Hybrid’ PC spotted, it’s very orange

    ‘Round April-time, some photos of a small form factor Dell PC started making their way through the series of tubes symbolizing the world wide web. This PC was adorned by a case made of fine bamboo and there was talk of some sort of “Eco PC” but the news came and went like so many lovers through a fertility clinic. Today, however, it seems that the tiny Dell PC has… Read More

  • Canada: Internal Rogers memo leaks iPhone 3G info?

    Take this with a grain of salt, but a user over on HowardForums who’s been known to leak credible information in the past has apparently leaked some pricing information about the iPhone 3G that’ll be heading to Canada on the Rogers network. Here’s the short version: Pricing looks very similar to U.S. pricing in that the 8GB version will cost $199 and the 16GB version will… Read More

  • Nokia E71 pictures surface in white

    Is that really a Nokia? It looks so good. Yep, that’s the E71 smartphone in the flesh. No clue when it’s being launched, but I have a feeling it should be sometime soon. In the meantime let’s enjoy the pics. Read More

  • Breaking: Exclusive leaked pics of the iPhone 2! Thinner design? Check! Different colors? Check! Video chatting? Check and check!

    Update: Post-WWDC Keynote, it’s obvious these are not pictures of the (slightly disappointing) 3G iPhone. What can we say? It seemed like a good idea at the time. And Matt was drunk. It wasn’t long ago that my inbox was full of screen caps from an image editing program of a new iPod, it was a fat yet small iPod that we now know as the 3rd gen Nano. We posted the photos and were… Read More

  • ACTA anti-piracy treaty leaked: P2P 'threatens' lives

    That New World Order-sounding anti-copyright infringement treaty that we mentioned a few days ago has been leaked. The proposal, at least. And yes, it looks just as frightening as the original reports made it out to be. How does this grab you? The consequences of such IPR [intellectual property infringement] include (1) depriving legitimate businesses and their workers of income; (2)… Read More