• Google Reader Speeds Up Sharing With PubSubHubbub

    At our Real-Time Stream CrunchUp event last month, one of the most interesting things that was demoed was PubSubHubbub, a new protocol made by a few Googlers in their spare time to improve the speed at which Atom and RSS items travel around the web. As expected, they have a big player on their side now: Google Reader. The Reader team notes today that it has begun the adoption of… Read More

  • Yeah, RadioShack is turning into the Shack

    So RadioShack is now the Shack. They’re also going to put a huge laptop in New York and one in San Fran. You’ll be able to chat with people on these laptops. Homeless people will eventually pee on both. Read More

  • Looks like Call of Duty 4 will be on the Nintendo Wii this year

    Help me parse the following sentence: “The record-setting and award-winning Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare is coming to Nintendo. Activision Publishing, Inc. will release Call of Duty: Modern Warfare on Wii on November 10 in conjunction with the launch of Infinity Ward’s Modern Warfare 2.” Does that mean Call of Duty 4 is coming to the Wii, or some other Call of Duty game? Read More

  • Facebook's Open Stream API Grows Stronger

    This afternoon Facebook’s Open Stream API, which launched in late April, will be getting a few new additions that make the API significantly more robust and easier for developers to integrate. One feature that will be familiar to Twitter and FriendFeed users is a new ‘via’ attribution, pointing out to your friends how you submitted your latest update. This can add to the… Read More

  • Steering wheel for iPhone — yes, iPhone

    In what may be considered an enormous oversight on Apple’s part, tilt-to-steer racing games require weak technology lovers to hold their arms up in the air for tens of minutes. Tens! No iPhone owner possibly has that kind of upper body strength. A company called CTA Digital knows this and has thankfully developed a racing wheel accessory. Read More

  • Android Handset Rumor Roundup

    The Android world was a simple place for quite some time. You had the T-Mobile G1 (HTC Dream), the T-Mobile myTouch (HTC Magic).. and that’s about it. But in the span of just a few weeks, everything has managed to go all crazy. AT&T, Sprint, and Verizon have all (purportedly) jumped up alongside T-Mobile on the bandwagon, each prepping to launch at least one Droid powered handset… Read More

  • Mouse Blisters: Adhesive motorcycle grips for your mouse (not blisters)

    Please observe the unfortunately-named Mouse Blisters, an idea that may actually work to relieve strain in your oft-used mousing hand. And if it doesn’t work, you’re only out nine bucks. Read More

  • Hands-on the Moxi HD DVR summer update: So close, but yet so far

    Digeo just pushed the summer Moxi HD DVR update and I had to check it out. I had a few issues with the DVR after the last release that was supposed to be resolved. One, I hate the vertical channel guide bar thing and the summer update added a traditional grid guide. Two, the GUI was supposed to be faster now and require less button presses. Three, the player was finally suppose to be able… Read More

  • What to expect from next week's Xbox 360 Dashboard update?

    The latest update to the Xbox 360 dashboard comes out next week (August 11), a few more details of what to expect have surfaced. More movies, more Avatar accessories, downloadable Xbox 360 games, etc. Looks to be good stuff for those of you who actually use the Dashboard. Read More

  • As Snow Leopard Lurks, OS X Leopard Gets One More Update

    Apple has just pushed out the newest update to its OS X Leopard (10.5) operating system, with 10.5.8. This could potentially be the last Leopard update we see before Snow Leopard (OS X 10.6) is released to the public sometime in the next couple of months. Amazon already has Snow Leopard available for pre-order, with a ship date expected sometime in September, though it warns that date is not… Read More

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