• Daily Crunch: Death Mask Edition

    Moshi voice-controlled clock: good idea, could be better
    AirGlass: Today’s little bit of wow
    Watch out, Surface; GestureTek is straight frontin’
    This Christmas, give the gift of a terrifying, photorealistic death mask
    GlowBots: Robots that learn what you like Read More

  • Official: BlackBerry Storm for Verizon Wireless available on November 21

    The Storm touches down at Verizon on November 21 for $200 after a MIR and 2-year contract agreement. [Update]: $35 activation fee. Read More

  • Google Analyst: "Worst Economic Environment In Our Collective Lifetimes"

    Google’s stock price closed yesterday at $291, the first time it has dropped below $300 since 2005. It’s 44% off of its 52-week high of $725. Most analysts think its cheap and getting cheaper – the average price target is still over $500. Former analyst Henry Blodget, however, thinks it could fall to $200 (I prefer the bullish version of Blodget myself). One analyst we… Read More

  • Get thee to thy nearest newsstand for exclusive Halo 3 Recon details

    High-res Straight from the horse’s mouth: So you’ve been wondering what the Halo 3 Recon announcement was all about, huh? We’ve got all the info you can handle! The December issue of Game Informer Magazine has 10 pages packed full of info and screenshots straight from Bungie. We also have another 10 pages of our annual Holiday Buyer’s Guide featuring the coolest gear… Read More

  • Bang & Olufsen's BeoSound 5: looks daft, but hey

    First, I have this to say about it: if this device works as well as its website, I hope it’s banished to the innermost receses of the earth. Please, web designers: no more autoplaying music and pointless intro videos that show nothing. And especially no music that continues to start up 10 seconds after you stop it, again and again and again. Now, on to the product. It’s an mp3… Read More

  • Moshi voice-controlled clock: good idea, could be better

    I know there have been things like this before, but this one actually looks like a really well-designed little device. The Moshi IVR alarm clock (caution, autoplaying music) is a good-looking little… you know, alarm clock, that has the benefit of voice controls that let you do everything from set the alarm to play a “sleep sound” — whatever that is. That’s a… Read More

  • This Christmas, OfficeMax's ElfYourself.com Will Get a JibJab Twist

    A year ago, one of the surprise holiday breakout hits on the Web was ElfYourself.com. It was a promotional viral video site created by OfficeMax that let people upload their pictures and create dancing elves that they could then send as e-cards to family and friends. ElfYourself turned out to be the fastest growing site last December, peaking at 39 million unique visitors in the U.S. (and… Read More

  • MotoGP 08 demo now live for PC

    http://www.playmotogp.com/video_grab.swf?lang_id=us Capcom’s MotoGP 08 was recently released for the PC (albeit with a few bugs) and you can download the demo now. Yeah, you read that right. Aren’t demos usually out before the retail release? Get it here. Read More

  • Sweeping Changes At Live.com: It's A Social Network!

    Microsoft’s Live.com portal will change significantly this evening. No longer will it be a simple search engine with a few other services bolted on. It’s now a social network, too, pulling in activity information and content from around the web. They’re also launching Windows Live Photos and Windows Live People, and other services. Check it out at Home.Live.com. A lot of… Read More

  • MySpace app for BlackBerry launching tonight

    Attention fellow BlackBerry Users- At 12:01 AM EDT on the 13th of November, MySpace is releasing their much anticipated mobile application for the BlackBerry platform. You can download it here from your desktop or navigate here from your BlackBerry browser. Read the rest at MobileCrunch Read More

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