Red Dead Redemption 2 sets the bar high for the next generation of open world games

It’s been nearly a decade since Rockstar Games introduced Red Dead Redemption, a massive open world game with a story about as reflective of American culture as the Grand Theft Auto franchise. T

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Shryne Backs Up Your Online Relationships And Memories

A refrain about my generation is that we are too ephemeral and that our memories are too fleeting. Exhibit A: Snapchat. Now, obviously generational complaints are generally bullshit and olds are meant

Greeks Build World’s Most High Tech Lamb Rotisserie

As anyone who’s ever had a Greek friend knows, we tend to have different Easters (sometimes) and do different things during them, namely, dye all our eggs red and roast a whole lamb on a spit. I r

Dear Michael: An Open Letter From The Present About The Future Of Your Past

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NSFW: Yep, Montblanc Killed my MacBook Pro Today

<img class="alignleft size-medium wp-image-238335" title="aolletter" src="" alt="" width="235" height="175" />Last Wednesday, I got m

The iPhone line: The freaks come out on day one

Dear Diary, It is day one of the iPhone line and our small team, the Who Farm, has made base camp at the Apple store on 5th Avenue. The natives have thus far been curious and friendly, offering us som

TechCrunch Japan TokyoCamp: 29 Asian Companies Show Their Wares

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CES 2007: Dear Diary…The Recap

Just thought I’d milk CES for a couple more posts today. The first of which is this handy recap of my CES 2007 meetings. Here are all the links, and so you don’t have to wade through all t

CES 2007: Dear Diary…

I had such high hopes and big plans for this year’s Consumer Electronics Show. And yet, within four hours of setting down in Las Vegas, my dreams began to crumble. I wanted to offer you, the rea

CES 2007: Dear Diary…Hump Day Part Two

It’s been a long friggin’ week, but I’m in the home stretch now. Just four meetings left: Cyberlink, Toshiba, Linksys and Microsoft’s SPOT group. If you’ve bought a new W

CES 2007: Dear Diary…Hump Day Part One

It’s finally Wednesday, January 10. It’s my last day of meetings. Seven of them in a row starting bright and early with Akimbo and their CEO who’s named same as me. Put simply, Akimb

CES 2007: Dear Diary…M-Audio, The Sands And A Whole Lotta Targus Bags

After nearly three days of talking to vendors about their products, you start to feel like you’re on a marketing treadmill. But every now and then you hit a meeting with people that are really p

CES 2007: Dear Diary…Samsung's Mobiles, Kodak's Colors And A Wireless Router That Launches Missiles

Hooray for Tuesday! It’s now the morning of January 9 and I’m headed to a 9 a.m. meeting with Samsung Mobile, but my cab takes the Strip to get to the LVCC making me late. (In case you mis

CES 2007: Dear Diary…Seagate's Hard Drives, iPod Accessories Galore And Exhaustion

, but with more walking. This entry catalogs the companies I met with the first “half” of January 8, my first full day of the show. After waiting in a cab line for half an hour and then co

CES 2007: Dear Diary…iRiver's CLIX2, Shuttle's X200, Antec's Cases And Mini Hamburgers

So after a long day running around the LVCC it was time to head off to a 3:00 p.m. meeting with iRiver. I was looking forward to this meeting since I set it up and thankfully I was not disappointed.

Daily Crunch: Runaway Chair Edition

Track Vac: Checkered Flags, Clean Floors RFID Tattoos Leave No Place To Hide What We Missed at CES: Sanyo Stuff Nike: Bye, iPod! Hi, Wristwatch! CES 2007: Dear Diary…iRiver’s CLIX2, Shuttle’s X2

CrunchGear Week in Review: Bedrest Edition

Home, Sweet Couch Philipp Goedicke We’re back home, decompressing, Unpacking a mental mess [1, 2, 3], And spending some time guessing Just who killed CES. [4] (My guess: it wasn’t Jobs and
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