Stealth

  • Jay Adelson Is Recruiting On Facebook. Is It For His Own Startup?

    Jay Adelson Is Recruiting On Facebook. Is It For His Own Startup?

    For anyone that has followed Silicon Valley for the past ten years, Jay Adelson is a name that you know quite well. He’s best known for his work with Digg, during its heyday. After moving into the CEO position at SimpleGeo, which has since been acquired by Urban Airship, we’re told that Adelson is ready to make another run at a startup. A tipster says that Adelson posted in a… Read More

  • Ustream, Booyah Co-founders Team Up On Stealth Startup With $1.5M From Greylock, Kevin Rose & More

    Ustream, Booyah Co-founders Team Up On Stealth Startup With $1.5M From Greylock, Kevin Rose & More

    Back in November, Ustream Co-founder and longtime CEO John Ham stepped down from the company he had helped found four and a half years earlier. His co-founder, Brad Hunstable, took the reins in his place. Ham continues to serve as chairman of Ustream’s board of directors and as an advisor to the company, but as Jason reported, his stepping down in November was an acknowledgement of… Read More

  • Project X Designs “Stealth” Customized Rolex Watch

    Project X Designs has no relationship with Rolex, but rather take new Rolex timepieces and perform various modifications on them. The results are usually very cool. Rolex modifiers are pretty common, but those who do it well are rare. The Project X Stealth watches are meant to hearken back to military Rolex Submariner (Mil-Sub) watches, and they look really kick-ass. Awful worn-torn Vietnam… Read More

  • Stealth: The Arcade Table With 60 Built-In Games

    The following probably only applies to people with plenty of extra cash laying about. It’s the Arcade Tables Stealth, a home arcade table that’s loaded up with 60 games. The Germans designed it, so at the very least you know the build quality is solid. Read More

  • XDA Stealth Sliding WM5 Smartphone Clears FCC

    <img src="http://tctechcrunch2011.files.wordpress.com/2007/01/g, and a mini USB connector. No word on which carrier will be launching it in the States (most likely Cingular or T-Mobile). XDA Stealth – stylish Pocket PC Phone in slider design [Phonearena] Read More