• T-Mobile continues to expand its 3G network

    T-Mobile subscribers have been waiting patiently for the big magenta to roll out their 3G network and it finally happened last year. But, let’s be honest, it wasn’t as spectacular as we thought it would be. The only worthwhile device on the network is the G1 and that’s not everyone’s cup of tea. T-Mo plans to keep expanding its HDSPA network to more than 100 U.S. Read More

  • OCZ's new gaming mice should be called Lennie and George


    OCZ, more well-known for its RAM and hard drives, has been making a push into the peripheral sector lately, and these mice are the latest product of that. They’re called the Behemoth and the Eclipse; I’ll let you guess which is which. Read More

  • Pentax announces limited edition K2000, K20D

    I guess sales of the white K2000 did well enough that Pentax Japan announced a new limited edition olive Km (It’s K2000 in the US and Km everywhere else). It will be a limited run of 1000 units and ships in late October. No word on price. Pentax also announced a limited edition K20D with an all titanium color finish on the body and battery grip. This, too, will ship in late October with… Read More

  • Wolfenstein 3D officially on the iPhone, and Doom is on the way

    So in addition to the other projects they’ve got going on for the iPhone, id Software (specifically John Carmack) has been working on real ports of Doom and Wolfenstein 3D for the iPhone. Obviously you’ve got more impressive games available, but who can resist taking up a couple megs of space with one of the original first person shooters? Read More

  • Iogear launches first Mac, PC compatible USB hubs

    So these might not be for everyone, but Iogear announced a 2-port USB 2.0 printer switch and a 4-port USB “Net ShareStation.” The printer switch allows you to plug in one Mac and one PC into a single printer and it automatically detects which one is sending print jobs. The Net ShareStation allows you to hook up four different doodads via USB and share that amongst your fellow… Read More

  • Ada Lovelace Day – Celebrating women in tech

    Today (March 24) is Ada Lovelace Day, a great idea organised by Suw Charman-Anderson. Over 1,000 people have signed up to write a blog post about a woman in technology whom they admire. Although I didn’t sign the pledge I’m doing a post anyway. I knew about Ada since the day I read about her semi-fictionalised character in that amazing steampunk novel, The Difference Engine, and… Read More

  • CrunchBoard Job of the Week

    This week’s TechCrunch Europe Job of the Week is for a Senior Developer ( – ASP.Net/C#) at Gig Junkie. Remember, it costs only £20 to post *any* kind of advert on the CrunchBoard related to your startup/business, whether it be jobs, searches for office space or requests for new projects. Every week we publish the Job of the Week here (8,000+ on RSS) and Twitter it to about 7,000+… Read More

  • White House Using Google Moderator For Town Hall Meeting. And AppEngine. And YouTube.

    Google is getting some major national exposure for both its AppEngine platform and Google Moderator, a simple tool that helps groups determine which questions should be asked at all hands meetings, conferences, Q&A sessions, etc. The White House is using Moderator, hosted on AppEngine, to determine which questions President Obama should answer at an online Town Hall meeting on… Read More

  • Microsoft releases new developers tools

    Microsoft announced today that they are making it easier to develop applications and games for the Xbox platform, with new tools in their XNA Game Studio kit. The updated kit includes better video and audio API’s, which will allow more games using the Avatars and LIVE Party content to be developed. Microsoft also stated that their improved Xbox 360 Development and Test Kit hardware will… Read More

  • Yet another microphone for your podcast that no one listens to

    There you are, sitting in your basement with your headset on, getting ready to record the latest episode of your kick ass Transformers podcast. You glance at your Feedburner stats and wonder, for the millionth time, why your subscriber volume has remained so low for so long. Maybe it’s because no one can understand you, what with your crappy headset mic? Read More

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