• Today's video meme Is "Violent Mac vs. PC Ad," please react accordingly

    When you’re a Mac you’re a Mac/You’re a Mac all the way/From your first cigarette to your last dying day. Slightly NSFW. via BBG Read More

  • Google Analytics Gets a Major Ugrade (AdSense, Custom Reports, API, Bubble Charts)

    Google Analytics just got better. Google will begin rolling out a set of major upgrades today to the free Website measuring tool. The new features include the ability to create custom reports, better ways to look at audience segments, the ability to track and measure AdSense inside Google Analytics, an API (on it’s way), the introduction of cool bubble “motion charts,” and… Read More

  • Ruby Etymotic Research HF2 iPhone headset now available

    The Etymotic Research HF2 iPhone headset isn’t exactly new, but the ruby red colored model is. The ruby version carries the same MSRP of $179 and feature the same iPhone-friendly, high quality Etymotic audio input / output. So if black is too pedestrian and red is your thang, the HF2 Ruby is available now on Amazon. Read More

  • Top Ten Android Launch Apps

    The first Android phone. the G1, goes on sale today at T-Mobile stores. And, although I have some issues with the software/hardware interface, those are more than overcome by all the great software on the phone. I’ve been testing out a phone for about a week, and I don’t think I’ve made more than five actual calls on the phone. For me, it’s all about the apps. The apps… Read More

  • ‘Hybrid Dual Portable Computer’ gets Atom-ized

    Back in March, you and I briefly chatted about the Hybrid Dual Portable Computer, or HDPC, from a company called MIU out of Korea. It appears that MIU has updated the once-chunky HDPC into a somewhat less-chunky version that now uses Intel’s Atom processor over its predecessor’s VIA C7M ULV chip. According to Jenn over at Pocketables, The “dual” part of the HDPC… Read More

  • Power sellers angry at eBay for feedback changes. BUY IT NOW!

    I’ll say it once and I’ll say it again: eBay has reached its nadir. The once might giant is now facing competition not only from Craigslist but from online forums and shops where experts in their field, be it photography equipment to watches, are buying and selling to an informed audience. In short the economy of ignorance that drives most auctions is almost dead and everyone from… Read More

  • Review: G.E. Goog-411 Cordless Phone

    The G.E. Digital Speakerphone System offers two nifty features over your standard cordless phone package. First, it has a dedicated speakerphone unit. Second, it has a dedicated Goog-411 button. But wait! There’s more! Read More

  • iPhone iPhone iPhone! iPhone. iPhone.

    Replace “Marcia” with iPhone AT&T is reporting a boom in customer acquisition and, it seems, a bust in profits. According to a recent earnings report, the company activated 2.4 million iPhones but lost $900 million in third-quarter earnings as a result of all the data and voice blowing through Apple’s darling. The iPhone, we see, is a double-edged sword. Because it goes… Read More

  • Alternative Android user interfaces that didn't make the cut

    Android is now available—yeah, it’s true—but you’re hard-pressed to find any review that raves about its user interface. (Ryan Block, of Engadget fame, called it “very raw” last week on Tekzilla, which is right on the money, I think.) But, in an alternate world, maybe where dogs walk people, these alternative user interfaces were developed. The… Read More

  • Motorola Aura cell phone has a circular display

    [blip.tv http://blip.tv/play/1knU2xaJwTw%5D A few years ago on April Fool’s day, Geeks.com put up a product page for a 15-inch circular LCD monitor for $199.99 (if memory serves). The monitor looked pretty cool and everyone had a good chuckle at the thought of being able to somehow manufacture a display in anything but the shape of a square or rectangle. Fast forward to the present day… Read More

  • Europe getting two new Limited Edition Pioneer Kuro plasmas

    Pioneer is making two Limited Edition Kuro HDTVs available to lucky Euro A/V trash this Holiday season. It seems these editions are simply the KRP-500A with a different color bezel options. They sport the same external set-top box style input receiver, extreme black contrast ratio and the rest of the stellar Pioneer specs. Only 1,000 KRP-500ABG beige models and 1,500 KRP-500AW white… Read More

  • Video: India launches its first moon mission

    Some good ol’ fashioned science news for you this dreary morning. Congrats are due to India, which launched its first moon mission a few hours ago. It’s an unmanned flight, so don’t expect to see video of Indian astronauts playing golf or cricket up there or anything. There will, however, be an Indian flag placed up there by the unmanned rover-dealie. The Chandrayaan-1… Read More

  • Google announces Android App Market paid application details, revenue share model

    With the first 21 days of October behind us, the G1’s “Official” launch day is finally upon us. With the first Android-powered handset now in the hands of giddy customers around the country, Google has provided long-awaited details about the Android App Market. As made apparent by those G1 pre-order handsets which arrived a day or two early, the Market is live at launch. Read More

  • Games2Win Launches Game Curry, A Search Engine For Flash Games

    India-based company Games2Win has flown largely under the radar of the American press, but has managed to established itself as one of the web’s fastest growing gaming sites in less than a year. The company was founded by entrepreneur Alok Kejriwal along with seasoned gaming professional Mahesh Khambadkone in June 2007, and now counts around 6 million monthly users with a worldwide… Read More

  • Video: Here's the new Watchmen trailer

    [blip.tv http://blip.tv/play/ih_U+QyJ5FQ%5D You probably need to be a comic book connoisseur to appreciate this, but here’s the new trailer for the upcoming movie Watchmen. Like the trailer that debuted alongside The Dark Knight, it still has that Smashing Pumpkins song in the background. Why that’s relevant, I don’t know. Still, as far as superhero movies go, this looks to… Read More

  • SanDisk responds to Samsung's withdrawn buyout proposal

    Just in case you haven’t been paying attention, here’s the skinny: Samsung offered to by SanDisk for $26 per share in cash which is promptly turned down by a unanimous BoD vote. We explain why Samsung wants SanDisk, and then yesterday, Samsung withdrew its bid.  SanDisk’s official response: From the start of this process SanDisk’s Board has remained open to a… Read More

  • The T-Mobile G1 is now officially available

    The extremely, highly anticipated, Android-powered G1 is now official available from T-Mobile. Somehow though, it’s doubtful that T-Mobile will see any iPhone-ish customer lines (please, send us pics if you see one though) due to lackluster initial reviews, but most official T-Mobile stores will open early at 8:00AM just in case there are a few eager buyers. Otherwise… Read More

  • Cruchdeals: Woot Off!

    Ah, man. Woot Off days mean that many users will not get that TPS report filed in time ’cause they are constantly refreshing Woot dot com, waiting for the next big thing. As of this writing, Woot has a SanDisk Sansa c250 2GB MP3 player for $14.99 plus the standard $5 shipping – not to shabby. Anyway, have a great Woot Off day! Read More

  • Panasonic releases world's first 3D motion sensor that even works in direct sunlight

    Panasonic Electric Works today released sales information on its 3D motion detector [JP] that was first presented to the general public during the CEATEC 2008 exhibition (held in Chiba/Japan three weeks ago). Panasonic claims its product is the world’s first of its kind that works in direct sunlight. Read More

  • Motorola Aura cell phone has a circular display

    [blip.tv http://blip.tv/play/1knU2xaJwTw%5D A few years ago on April Fool’s day, Geeks.com put up a product page for a 15-inch circular LCD monitor for $199.99 (if memory serves). The monitor looked pretty cool and everyone had a good chuckle at the thought of being able to somehow manufacture a display in anything but the shape of a square or rectangle. Fast forward to the present day… Read More

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