• Wikinvest Hopes Redesign Will Attract The Yahoo Finance Crowd

    Finance sites like Yahoo Finance and Google Finance haven’t changed much in the past ten years. The fonts are different. Maybe there’s some more real-time quotes and fancier, interactive charts. But at their core they all follow pretty much the same formula: dump as much data on the individual investor as they can and let them figure it out. Wikinvest, which started out as… Read More

  • Very subtle – spell things with icons in your dock

    I believe a new form of subliminal message has been discovered. Actually, it’s no so much subliminal as just constantly right there, but using the icons on your dock to spell stuff out is pretty slick. Or nerdy. I can’t decide. If only there were a word that combined those two things… other than my own name. And… yes, I believe I’ve figured out a way this can… Read More

  • Cool home project: DIY shelves from steel piping

    If you’ve got an area you’d like to fill with shelving, this looks like a great solution — if you don’t mind the industrial look. And the brilliant part is that it takes almost no craftsmanship skill to make — just measure, decide on shelf sizes, then take a trip to the local hardware store. Useful if your books are heavy or you’ve taken to collecting really… Read More

  • Redfly hearts BlackBerry: "Blackfly" coming this year?

    The Redfly (or REDFLY if you like their all-caps nomenclature) is a great, well-made device… which only supports the ugly grand-daddy of mobile OSes, Windows Mobile. Sure, it’s easy to underestimate the venerable OS, but there’s a reason everyone’s excited about everything other than WinMo. With BlackBerry growing in popularity, it could be an excellent partner for… Read More

  • Like TweetDeck? Like TechCrunch? Then You'll Love This.

    You might not think that we here at TechCrunch have a lot in common with the band Blink 182. But actually, we do. We both now have our own branded TweetDeck applications. You can find ours here. TechCrunch TweetDeck users will get all the features of the normal version of TweetDeck (Twitter, Facebook, 12seconds, etc, integration), with the added bonus of the TechCrunch Column, as an option. Read More

  • PubMatic Launches Dynamic Ad Price Prediction Tool

    With ad pricing from ad networks changing constantly, publishers not only have to keep a pulse on revenue from impressions, but also on which ad network is delivering the best value. In fact, publishers can benefit greatly from diversification in this dynamic environment. PubMatic, an online ad optimization service and TechCrunch 40 company, is launching a new product, Ad Price Prediction… Read More

  • Western Digital updates dual-drive My Book

    Western Digital announced today that they are releasing an updated version of the extremely popular My Book World Edition, increasing the maximum capacity to 4TB, and adding a built-in RAID system for additional data security. It’s interesting to see Western Digital blurring the line between external drives and NAS devices. I’ve had a couple of the My Book products, and found them… Read More

  • Miss Out On Your Facebook Vanity URL? Here's Your Consolation Prize.

    When Facebook’s Vanity URL landrush kicked off nearly two weeks ago, over 500,000 people registered their new names in a matter of 15 minutes. Over the following weekend, nearly 6 million users staked their claims. The most desirable names, like ‘Jason’ or ‘Mike’, were snapped up in a matter of seconds (if they weren’t already registered by a Facebook… Read More

  • CrunchDeals: Help out Child's Play, check out the eBay auctions

    Wiimbledon is days away and we’ve got a ton of great stuff up for auction on eBay. If you want to play in the tournament this Saturday in Brooklyn at Barcade then sign up at Eventbrite. Otherwise just drop on by Barcade between 10AM and 5PM to enjoy all the fun. So, what’s up for grabs? Read More

  • Pentax upgrades the W-series with a more rugged Optio W80

    I’ve always said that the W-series from Pentax should be the only point and shoot in their lineup, but I, apparently, know nothing of marketing and business strategy. Today marks the arrival of the optio W80. It’s not only waterproof, but now it’s shockproof, dustproof and coldproof. Dunk it under 16-feet of under, drop it from 3.3-feet high or subject it to sub-freezing… Read More

  • MiMo monitors now selling at ThinkGeek

    These 7-inch MiMo USB monitors aren’t NEW new but they are now being sold at ThinkGeek, which is new. Just a shade under $130 gets you a USB-powered 7-inch monitor with an 800×480 resolution. Read More

  • The Europas: Voting opens in the European tech awards

    We have now opened voting in The Europas, the tech innovation awards honouring the best tech companies and startups across the web and mobile scene from across Europe, the Middle East and Africa. On July 9, the first Europe-wide tech awards ceremony wil be held in London for 300 people: you can get a ticket here. There is more information about the awards here. Voting will close on Wednesday… Read More

  • The Europas: Best Web Application Or Service (EMEA)

    Below you’ll find the public poll for voting in the The Europas, the technology innovation awards for European tech companies, held on July 9 in London. You can only vote once for one entrant, so make it count. Your vote will be counted towards nominating the five finalists in this category. Voting closes Wednesday July 1 at 11.59pm London time (GMT/BST). Get your ticket today to the… Read More

  • The Europas: Best Design (EMEA)

    Below you’ll find the public poll for voting in the The Europas, the technology innovation awards for European tech companies, held on July 9 in London. You can only vote once for one entrant, so make it count. Your vote will be counted towards nominating the five finalists in this category. Voting closes Wednesday July 1 at 11.59pm London time (GMT/BST). Get your ticket today to the… Read More

  • The Europas: Best Bootstrapped Startup (less than 3 years old, EMEA)

    Below you’ll find the public poll for voting in the The Europas, the technology innovation awards for European tech companies, held on July 9 in London. You can only vote once for one entrant, so make it count. Your vote will be counted towards nominating the five finalists in this category. Voting closes Wednesday July 1 at 11.59pm London time (GMT/BST). Get your ticket today to the… Read More

  • The Europas: Best Social Innovation (which benefits society, EMEA)

    Below you’ll find the public poll for voting in the The Europas, the technology innovation awards for European tech companies, held on July 9 in London. You can only vote once for one entrant, so make it count. Your vote will be counted towards nominating the five finalists in this category. Voting closes Wednesday July 1 at 11.59pm London time (GMT/BST). Get your ticket today to the… Read More

  • The Europas: Best Enterprise / B2B Startup (EMEA)

    Below you’ll find the public poll for voting in the The Europas, the technology innovation awards for European tech companies, held on July 9 in London. You can only vote once for one entrant, so make it count. Your vote will be counted towards nominating the five finalists in this category. Voting closes Wednesday July 1 at 11.59pm London time (GMT/BST). Get your ticket today to the… Read More

  • The Europas: Best Cleantech / Environmental Startup (EMEA)

    Below you’ll find the public poll for voting in the The Europas, the technology innovation awards for European tech companies, held on July 9 in London. You can only vote once for one entrant, so make it count. Your vote will be counted towards nominating the five finalists in this category. Voting closes Wednesday July 1 at 11.59pm London time (GMT/BST). Get your ticket today to the… Read More

  • The Europas: Best European / Real World Gadget (EMEA)

    Below you’ll find the public poll for voting in the The Europas, the technology innovation awards for European tech companies, held on July 9 in London. You can only vote once for one entrant, so make it count. Your vote will be counted towards nominating the five finalists in this category. Voting closes Wednesday July 1 at 11.59pm London time (GMT/BST). Get your ticket today to the… Read More

  • The Europas: Best Entertainment Application or Service (EMEA)

    Below you’ll find the public poll for voting in the The Europas, the technology innovation awards for European tech companies, held on July 9 in London. You can only vote once for one entrant, so make it count. Your vote will be counted towards nominating the five finalists in this category. Voting closes Wednesday July 1 at 11.59pm London time (GMT/BST). Get your ticket today to the… Read More

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