• Post-WWDC Interview With Matt Hickey: LIVE!

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  • WWDC 07: iPhone's 6PM Launch Just Jobs Being Goofy

    Earlier today, during his WWDC 07 Keynote address, Steve Jobs said that the iPhone would be released on June 29, which “is 18 days from now. At, uh, 6PM.” This was said to a chuckle. I’m afraid he was joking, folks. He seemed very “off the prompter” when he said it, as a light-hearted aside. Look for the iPhone to be available when your local AT&T or Apple… Read More

  • Sony Ericsson Dropping Four New Phones on June 14th

    Looks like S-E is finally releasing the Sofia and the Shinobu, along with two others, in an effort to sew up the musicphone market. I’m going to say “boooring, Sidney, boooring” to this, but someone out there I’m sure cares. Read More

  • Salon On iPhone's 3rd Party Apps: More Questions Than Answers

    “Any questions?” “Yeah, aren’t these just tarted-up Widgets?” “Ummm…” Farhad Manjoo at Salon posted a fairly cogent analysis of the Web 2.0/Safari/No SDK style of programming that the iPhone and, presumably OS X, will now support. He’s basically asking all the pertinent questions, but probably won’t get answers until October: Could… Read More

  • Piracy on Facebook is as Easy as Mosoto Remix

    Mosoto launched their peer-to-peer file swapping and chatting application using the Facebook API back in February. It was one of the best executed programs using the API when they launched. Now they’re back and integrated into the Facebook platform, making it easy to catch up with your friends on the newsfeed and snatch their music. Mosoto Remix adds a little widget on your profile… Read More

  • Crumpler Beer For Bags, It's On Like Donkey Kong

    Photo courtesy of Nifer Don’t forget, folks, that Crumpler’s Beer For Bags event is going on in NYC. It’s quite simple, you see: bring in beer for a sweet ass bag and then come back at the end of the week and drink that beer. Simple, right? 45 Spring Street and 49 8th Avenue is where it’s going down. Read More

  • Wildy Wrong Rumors Killed WWDC

    “It turns out we were almost all wrong.” A concerned public servant once said about the existence of illicit weapons in a certain Middle Eastern country. That same quote now applies to Apple’s Worldwide Developer’s Conference 2007, where nearly every single rumor that circulated around the Internet was completely wrong. No new iMacs; no new iPods; the 17-inch iMac and… Read More

  • OpenDNS Now Keeps Babies Safe From Boobies

    Fans of OpenDNS — everyone at CG uses it, I know that much — will now be able to block pornographic sites with the click of a button. The service uses St. Bernard’s iGuard, a service that apparently scours the web for PR()N so you don’t have to. While this might rankle some folks at work, it could be a great way to make sure junior stops with the underpants party at… Read More

  • Safari 3 For Windows First Look

    Now that WWDC is over, it’s time to check out the aftermath. We grabbed Safari and were hit, quite unsurprisingly, with some initial errors. Considering Safari for Windows is still in its beta release, most of these problems will eventually be ironed out. Read More

  • PayPerPost Raises $7 million More

    Controversial pay-per-post startup PayPerPost has raised $7 million in a second round of financing, bringing their total raised capital to just over $10 million. Like their previous round from last October the financing was led by Draper Fisher Jurvetson, with participation from Inflexion Partners and Village Ventures. New investor DFJ Gotham, a fund affiliated with Draper Fisher Jurvetson… Read More

  • TeleNav Adds A Bit O' Social Networking To Its Service

    With all the Apple happenings, or lack thereof, it’s probably not the best day to launch a new version of a mobile-device app, but not everyone’s world revolves around Apple. TeleNav today launched its latest version of TeleNav GPS Navigator (v. 5.2), which adds some cool social-networking tools that take advantage of both the platform (your cell phone) and TeleNav’s… Read More

  • Data Loss At Google Reader

    It looks like Google has a major problem with their Google Reader product today. Reports are flying on blogs, twitter and elsewhere that feeds have been deleted from people’s accounts. We have an email in to Google PR for comment – Google representatives are responding on this Google Groups thread discussing the problem. Some users are now reporting that their feed subscriptions… Read More

  • Apple Store Updated With Nothing

    Ummm…WTF?!? Looks like the Apple site was tweaked with a nice new design, but nothing new in the Apple Store. Is anyone else left with a sense of nothingness from the keynote? We’ll have to take solace in the Safari 3 Public Beta. Woohoo…more like boohoo. *Cries in the corner* Read More

  • All You Need to Know About Leopard

    Our monkeys at WWDC have just reported back a series of cool features in Apples OSX Leopard, which is slated for release in October. Without further ado, here’s the list in no specific order: Read More

  • Apple WWDC 2007 Liveblog

    Note: During Steve Jobs’ WWDC 2007 Keynote, this post will act as a static front page for CrunchGear. The rest of the site is accessible via direct link. Once the keynote is over, we will revert to to standard format. Matt is in place and ready to rock and roll. 9:53: Hey Sportsfans. I’m here at Moscone Center in lovely and chilly San Francisco. Things are about to get started. Read More

  • Sony and Nintendo React to Layoff Numbers

    Last week we reported that both Sony Computer Entertainment America and Nintendo of America were saying GAME OVER to a few employees. In the case of Sony the staff reductions are part of a global restructuring, and over at Nintendo it seemed that a portion of the staff wasn’t so interested in being relocated from their Seattle digs. Today we’re hearing word that the numbers were a… Read More

  • Fifty Percent Off Mophie Gear for WWDC

    From 1 to 5 PM EST, Mophie will take 50% off of everything on their online store. What does Mophie sell? They have the Bevy, for one, that odd little Shuffle case with the bottle opener on it. It’s pretty good of them to honor us Mac geeks like that. Check them out. Product Page Read More

  • Rome Reborn: Ancient Rome Recreated In 3D, You Can't Have It

    I don’t know how many of you watched the HBO series “Rome,” but if you’re anything like me, you watched and loved it. Why not take a virtual tour of the city that entertained us for weeks on end? Well, you can’t, really, but you can read about. Scholars from Italy and the U.S. have created Rome Reborn, a 3D model of the ancient city that’s rivals… Read More

  • Phillips' Answer To The Apple TV

    Of all places for an Apple TV competitor to come from, Phillips was not at the top of my list or, rather, even in the top five. Apparently, this brushed aluminum squareish object from Phillips will be a direct competitor so you don’t have to go hacking and possibly bricking your precious Apple hardware. Details are very limited at this time and an actual UI was not up for demo at… Read More

  • Do you ooVoo?

    There are plenty of ways to video conference on the Internets, but the new service ooVoo lets you do just a little bit more than the other options. You can have one-on-one chats or talk with up to six people at once, with everyone on screen simultaneously. Like IM, you can send text messages and files. If you try to call someone and there’s no answer, you can leave a text, voice or… Read More

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