• Techfluff.tv – UK Internet culture delivered with a wink

    After a couple of episodes, it’s becoming clear that Techfluff.TV is in many respects the UK’s answer to Pop17 and RocketBoom. Every week TechFluff delves into the world of web-celebrities and tech startups, particularly the London scene right now, but increasingly across Europe (if the Le Web video is anything to go by). What’s fun about TechFluff is that it doesn’t… Read More

  • Will This Economy Finally Push the Toyota Way Into Software Development?

    This summer, I worked under marketing thought-leader Seth Godin. I’ll never forget his quote about innovation: “Creativity thrives under constraints.” Last spring, I spent a week shadowing one of the world’s top lean manufacturing experts–a Japanese sensei who had worked under Taiichi Ohno. The lean manufacturing movement began when the Japanese realized they… Read More

  • Fear Kills Businesses, Dead

    It’s official. We’re in a recession. Recessions naturally inject fear and panic, which is only heightened by every discussion of market losses, layoffs, bailouts, and somber predictions. We’re only human after all; of course everything affects us personally and emotionally. Fear is not a catalyst for productivity however. With valuable advice pouring in from concerned… Read More

  • TechCrunchTalk – Edited video and photo highlights

    A huge thanks to Finnish streaming video startup Floobs for coming along to record our TechCrunchTalk panel discussions in London last week. Due to us angering the WiFi Gods at Le Web, they took their revenge and prevented us from doing some live video streaming from the event. However, we present for you 13 minutes of edited video highlights, after the jump. And if that’s not enough… Read More

  • Review: Ultrasone HFI-580 headphones

    You may have seen the review of Ultrasone’s mega-high-end Series 9 headphones the other day. Well, the company doesn’t just make $1600 cans; these HFI-580s represent the more affordable end of their product spectrum, and although they cost about 90% less, I’m thinking they probably sound 90% as good. Read More

  • Techfluff.tv – The UK tech scene delivered with a wink

    After a couple of episodes, it’s becoming clear that Techfluff.TV is in many respects the UK’s answer to Pop17 and RocketBoom. Every week TechFluff delves into the world of web-celebrities and tech startups, particularly the London scene right now, but increasingly across Europe (if the Le Web video is anything to go by). What’s fun about TechFluff is that it doesn’t… Read More

  • The Ning Exodus Begins: Adult Networks, It's Time To GTFO

    The eviction of Ning’s adult sites is in full swing. The actual shut down of the sites doesn’t happen until January 5 (extended from January 1), but the sites that are affected have now received an email with instructions on how to get their content off Ning. Ning CEO Gina Bianchini says only about 1% of the 675,000 networks are being asked to leave for having adult content. She… Read More

  • Nokia E63 up for pre-order on Amazon for $499

    The Nokia E63 has surfaced on Amazon.com for a pre-order price of $499, unlocked. You’ll remember the E63 as the tie-loosened, top-button-unbuttoned little brother to the more polished, business-oriented Nokia E71. Read More

  • Extended 1400mAh G1 battery now shipping

    If you own the T-Mobile G1, you might find yourself longing for an extended battery to replace the included 1150mAh battery that comes with the phone. Read More

  • No Gizmondo in ‘08, but redesigned and open-sourced for WinMo and Android in ‘09

    Gizmondo fans may be disappointed, although not entirely surprised, to hear that the next generation of their favorite handheld gaming device will miss its end-of-year target launch date (after missing its May 2008 launch already). Read More

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