Monster Cable thinks you need special cleaner for your iPhone, camera, cell phone, GPS, and laptop

ROFL. More Monster Screen cleaner and is there really a need for an iPhone cleaner, along with a separate cell phone cleaner. Really? Come on. LOL. And dedicated GPS screen cleaner? ROFL. On a per

Monster Cable launching GreenPower power centers

Monster Cable. I know you hate ’em and you’re not planning on reading this post because of that, but these new power centers are kind of neat so I implore you to read on. It’s the

CEDIAcrunch hands-on: JBL Control NOW loudspeaker

JBL announced these quarter-toroid speakers a while ago, but seeing them in person really shows how versatile the speakers are. The Control NOW loudspeaker can sit alone, be hung on the wall, wrap a

Today on MobileCrunch

Not reading MobileCrunch yet? Why the heck not? While a MobileCrunch post or two make the jump over to CrunchGear each day, there’s a ton of good stuff each day that you’ll only see on tha

CEDIAcrunch hands-on: Polk Atrium outdoor speakers

Word leaked out two weeks ago that Polk Audio planned on releasing the Atrium Sat 10 and Sub 30 outdoor satellite/subwoofer system here at CEDIA. It’s kind of a novel idea if you think about it,

Back to School: Prepping your gadgets for a new year

After 3 months of fun in the sun, it’s easy to forget just how much easier gadgets can make your life once class time rolls around. Unfortunately, it seems like the more useful they are, they he

Epson 1080p PowerLite Home Cinema 6100

Today Epson announced a new sub-$2000 projector. The 3LCD 1080p front projector provides full 1920 x 1080 progressive high definition resolution. Using Epson’s latest-generation D7 high definition r

New Epson PowerLite Pro Cinema 7100 and 7500 UB Projectors

Epson’s two new top-of the-line projectors, the Pro Cinema 7100 and 7500 UB were announced today at CEDIA 2008. Both feature true 1080p (1,920 x 1,080 pixels) resolution and use 3LCD chips with D7 t

Microsoft commercial with Bill Gates, Jerry Seinfeld Here’s that commercial we told you about earlier – the first in the series of ads for Microsoft’s $300 million campaign to help pro

JBL makes speakers wireless, pretty

Once again, friends, into the breach. JBL has just released some speakers, a wireless subwoofer kit, and a wireless speaker kit that will have you singing in the aisles of your local Best Buy when the

Infinity releases wireless subwoofer and high end speakers for the wireless subwoofer and high end speaker loving set

Infinity has released the Prelude Forty speakers – $6,000 each, natch – and a wireless subwoofer line that starts a $549. The PSW310W costs $1,199. The subwoofers include a compact transmi

Microsoft Ads: First Phase To "Engage Consumers, Spark Conversation"

<img alt="" />So the tech and geek crowd is a <a href="">little underwhelmed</a> by the new $300 million Microsoft advertising campaign featuring Jerry S

Back to School: Booze

Ok, you’re supposed to be a grownup now. What are doing still drinking that Boone’s Farm Strawberry Hill? In fact, what were you doing drinking that ever? You should be ashamed of yourself. Yo

Secretive Storage Company Dropbox Took Sequoia Funding in 2007

<a href=""><img alt="" /></a><a href="">Dropbox</a> is one of those infuriating startups that just won't show us much of what they're up to beyond the

Integra rolls out the surprisingly affordable DBS-6.9 Blu-ray player

Integra tends to put out very nice, abet pricey AV equipment, so the CE companies first Blu-ray players low price surprised the CEDIA out of me. According to one of their product minions, the DBS-6.

NVIDIA and AMD are the Hummers of the tech industry

While the world oohs and ahhs to tiny laptops and green benchmarks, there is a sort of blind eye turned to the excesses of extreme gamers. This interesting article points out that as everyone else is

Wixi's Media-Centric Social Webtop Launches To The Public

<a href=""><img src="" class="shot2" /></a> <a href="">Wixi</a>, the social filesharing network that debuted a

Calacanis, Arrington Talk TechCrunch50 On TechTicker

<img src='' class="border" alt='' />TechTicker's Sarah Lacy interviewed Jason Calacanis and Michael Arrington about the upcoming TechCrunch

CEDIAcrunch: live pics of the $1,199 Profile 1.1 Yamaha Blu-ray player

I don’t get it. A ‘new’ $1,199 Blu-ray player that doesn’t support the latest Blu-ray standard. The player leaked out a few weeks ago, so there really isn’t anything here

CablesToGo offers USB to VGA kit

The USB to VGA Adapter Kit from CablesToGo uses Ultra-Wide Band technology to transmit VGA video over wirelessly over USB to a VGA out port to a television. You can connect a PC to one end and then tr
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