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  • The Back Burner: Things we didn't post this week

    A big thank you to everybody for filling our tips at crunchgear dot com inbox with wonderful, unique, and newsworthy items. Here are five that we just couldn’t get to this week. Req: honesty and transparency I am an attorney at law and here to introduce and solicit your consent to introduce a profiting joint venture in which you neither will spend money nor time in, rather, your… Read More

  • The Back Burner: Things we didn't post this week

    A big thank you to everybody for filling our tips at crunchgear dot com inbox with wonderful, unique, and newsworthy items. Here are five that we just couldn’t get to this week. Your Favorite Horse!! Have you been looking for products of a horse? Well, we have Galupy, the galloping Horse; just click the link to see all of his products. … Read More

  • The Back Burner: Things we didn't post this week

    A big thank you to everybody for filling our tips at crunchgear dot com inbox with wonderful, unique, and newsworthy items. Here are five that we just couldn’t get to this week. ENQUIRY Hello,
    I am Edmond Woods of Virgin Travel Agency,SCOTLAND.I need to make reservation for Two (2) of my client coming from London . Check-in  Date :  2nd April,2008
    Check-out  Date :17th… Read More

  • CrunchTip: Make your Time Machine back-up drive bootable!

    [photopress:time.gif,full,center]Time Machine is, of course, the automated back-up feature of Leopard, the latest version of OS X. Mac OS X Hints has a pretty good tip on how to make your back-up drive bootable, and it’s something I thought I should share. Just use Disk Utility to do a restore on a blank drive, one you plan to use for Time Machine. When done, you can boot off of it… Read More

  • The Back Burner: Things we didn't post this week

    A big thank you to everybody for filling our tips at crunchgear dot com inbox with wonderful, unique, and newsworthy items. Here are five that we just couldn’t get to this week. I LOVE LIFE Hi,
    I am Sally 19yrs old from Freetown and i live in Senegal,i deceided having you as a friend knowing that it is an act of expressing one’s self and feeling,i feel that before we can have a… Read More

  • New rules limit the number of spare batteries you can bring on a flight

    Junior executives on-the-go should take a few minutes to head over to the U.S. Department of Transportation’s Web site. It seems the DOT has implemented some new rules for 2008 as it relates to lithium batteries. Simply, you’re not allowed to put spare, unconnected batteries in your checked luggage anymore and you can only bring eight grams of lithium battery on-board with you. Read More

  • The Back Burner: Things we didn't post this week

    A big thank you to everybody for filling our tips at crunchgear dot com inbox with wonderful, unique, and newsworthy items. Here are five that we just couldn’t get to this week. Subject: Hy friend I ‘m tony a live in Brazil. I show oportunty make money. Not need invest acess: http://www.sendearnings.com/?r=antoniobr This second opportunity pay to you $10, 00 when your friend joins… Read More

  • The Back Burner: Things we didn't post this week

    A big thank you to everybody for filling our tips at crunchgear dot com inbox with wonderful, unique, and newsworthy items. Here are five that we just couldn’t get to this week. Subject: Looking for an apartment in Tel-aviv Me and my wife are looking for an apartment 2-2.5 rooms, in the centre area of Tel-aviv for one year. The apartment should be clean and at least in a very good… Read More

  • The Back Burner: Things we didn't post this week

    A big thank you to everybody for filling our tips at crunchgear dot com inbox with wonderful, unique, and newsworthy items. Here are five that we just couldn’t get to this week. Subject: Mannequins order Hello,This is Marcus Brown from California and i will like to know if you do produce Mannequins?i will order them to my new company in Ghana.i will like you to email me back if you have… Read More

  • The Back Burner: Things we didn't post this week

    A big thank you to everybody for filling our tips at crunchgear dot com inbox with wonderful, unique, and newsworthy items. Here are five that we just couldn’t get to this week. Read More

  • The Back Burner: Things we didn't post this week

    A big thank you to everybody for filling our tips at crunchgear dot com inbox with wonderful, unique, and newsworthy items. Here are five that we just couldn’t get to this week. Read More

  • The Back Burner: Things we didn't post this week

    A big thank you to everybody for filling our tips at crunchgear dot com inbox with wonderful, unique, and newsworthy items. Here are five that we just couldn’t get to this week. Read More

  • The Back Burner: Things we didn't post this week

    A big thank you to everybody for filling our tips at crunchgear dot com inbox with wonderful, unique, and newsworthy items. Here are five that we just couldn’t get to this week. Read More

  • The Back Burner: Things we didn't post this week

    Readers, meet “The Back Burner”, a new weekly column by our very own Doug Aamoth, wherein he rounds up the tips, scoops, technologies, announcements, and spam that we just didn’t have the time (or heart) to share with you, and tells you exactly why we sat on these, er, gems. Enjoy! – Matt
    A big thank you to everybody for filling our tips at crunchgear dot com inbox… Read More

  • Solar Panel Tips


    Now that we’re all burning up coal trying to watch pictures of people standing in line for iPhones, it’s important to remember that there are better ways of generating electricy but not all of them are created equal. Bay Area orgo-aniacs will enjoy this article by Bruce Karney who tells us all you’ll need to know about installing solar panels on your split-level out in… Read More

  • Zune-Fans in a Stream: Send Music To Another Zune

    We’ve all grown to love or hate the Zune in the last few months, but this here factoid may change your mind for the better if you’re apart of the latter group. The FM transmitter accessory for the Zune is meant to be used for your car stereo, but remember how the Zune has built in FM tuners? Has it clicked yet? You can tap into the frequency one Zune is transmitting via the FM… Read More

  • T-Mobile Tips: Unlock Your Phone


    Well, we have the quadfecta, friends. A T-Mobile rep just spilled the beans on the inside secrets. One of the most interesting tricks to asking for a rebate both at the store and online. The T-Mo system is apparently not up to the tracking task and will accept both attempts as legitimate. Another tip: “T-Mobile has a policy that they do not advertise that is called a price match guarantee. Read More

  • Sprint Contract Tips: Move to the Mojave


    The Consumerist just popped the Sprint wall of silence with some great tips of getting into a cheap contract and then getting out of it. It looks like all that’s left is getting into the secrets of T-Mobile. I could use some cheap airtime as my T-Mo bill tops out at $120 each month now. 6 Confessions Of A Former Sprint Sales Rep [Consumerist] Read More

  • Holiday Decorations Futz with Wi-Fi

    I’m taking this breathless press release with a nice salty pretzel, a salt lassi, and a box of kosher salt, but apparently your fancy decorations — your Santa riding on an aardvark made out of lights, sparkles, and faux-fur, for example — can reduce your Wi-Fi quality by 25%. Granted, this was tested using AirMagnet’s Survey PRO and Laptop Analyzer, but let’s… Read More

  • Mac Talk Pretty One Day: How to Make Speech Recognition Useful

    Lifehacker has an excellent how-to on creating custom voice commands for OS X. I’ve always wanted to use my Mac’s voice recognition but saying “open Word” wasn’t my idea of a red-hot time. In this article, we learn how to make cute little Applescripts to do tiny little things like change brushes in Photoshop. I should make a bunch to write blog posts: tell… Read More