• iPhone! $1,000! Unlocked! Nikon lens!

    Get over to Alibaba because they’ve got all kinds of unlocked iPhones 3G for your purchasing pleasure. They only cost $1,000 each and they’re apparently carrier agnostic, which is great since there really isn’t a software or hardware unlock for the device yet. It even has some specs: * iPhone 3G ORIGINAL from Apple coming soon
    * GPS
    * SMS
    * YOUTUBE
    * 8GB
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  • Craigslist Locks Down Site With Phone Verification

    Craigslist has long had problems with spam. The one feature that has made the site a success, the ease at which one can post, has become a hindrance as spammers and law breakers have taken over. In early March Craigslist began what is now turning out to be an incredibly effective anti-spam campaign by using phone verification on posts. In an initial effort to rid their “erotic… Read More

  • GoDaddy's Domain Registration Totally Screws .me

    Earlier this year GoDaddy won the rights to distribute domains under the extension .me, which belongs to the country of Montenegro. After a number of private distribution periods for corporations, the highly desirable extension finally went on sale this morning for $20 dollars a year (with a minimum 2 year purchase – nice). And now, things are rapidly descending into chaos. Many users… Read More

  • HTC Victor: A flat-back HTC Touch Diamond

    Straight from a blog in a far away land, it appears that HTC has released the “Victor” (looks like in Taiwan only) which appears to be the HTC Touch Diamond, except with a flat back instead of diamond-bumpy, jagged-edge back found on the company’s current model. To that, I say “Hoo-ray!” I’m using the Touch Diamond right now and the back doesn’t cause… Read More

  • Video: Wolfenstein teaser trailer

    iD Software is everywhere these days. At least it seems like they are. Anyway, Activision and iD showed off a new Wolfenstein trailer at E3 for all the major platforms. Read More

  • PodTech Sells For Less Than $500k

    VentureBeat is reporting that technology media startup PodTech has been sold to ViewPartner, a “communications technology company” , for less than half a million dollars. PodTech is perhaps best known for the long tech videos produced by blogger Robert Scoble, who left the company last December to work for Fast Company. He was originally snagged from Microsoft, where he made… Read More

  • A look at iPhone 3G with B&O headset

    James Kendrick takes a hands on approach to several of the new iPhone 3G accessories. In his YouTube video, he starts with the Bang & Olufsen Earset 3 headset, commenting on how great they sound. B&O has a long reputation for high-quality audio gear, so we have no reason to doubt him. He hasn’t “done a lot of calling”, so while you’re sitting pretty on the… Read More

  • Video: Galaga Legions

    http://www.gamevideos.com//swf/gamevideos11.swf?embedded=1&fullscreen=1&autoplay=0&src=http://www.gamevideos.com/video/videoListXML%3Fid%3D20105%26ordinal%3D%26adPlay%3Dfalse This game needs no introduction. Here’s a snippit of actual gameplay for the upcoming XBLA title. Read More

  • SK Telecom not intereseted in acquiring Sprint


    Following up on reports that it was angling for an acquisition of Sprint Nextel, South Korean carrier SK Telecom reportedly said in a regulatory filing that, while its looking into business opportunities in the U.S. (including its recently announced deal with Helio) it really isn’t after a controlling stake in a U.S. carrier. Earlier this week, rumors were circulating that SK Telecom was… Read More

  • Try these Karaoke pills in case you suck at singing

    I swear the timing of this posting has nothing to do with this one. It just so happened I came across these Karaoke pills today at Rakuten [JP], Japan’s biggest online shopping mall. The Fushigi na Karaoke Taburetto (Mysterious Karaoke Pills) seem to have magical powers indeed. According to the manufacturer, they treat bad breath, expand your singing range by softening the vocal cords… Read More

  • Sega E3 2008 part deux: MadWorld for Wii

    http://www.gamevideos.com//swf/gamevideos11.swf?embedded=1&fullscreen=1&autoplay=0&src=http://www.gamevideos.com/video/videoListXML%3Fid%3D20100%26ordinal%3D%26adPlay%3Dfalse Due to time constraints we weren’t able to see the actual demo for MadWorld, but if this trailer is any indication into how the actual game will be then you can sign me up. A gory game like this for… Read More

  • Gotuit File Suit Against Microsoft for Silverlight

    ZDNet were the first to report that Gotuit Media, a company nobody has heard of, has filed suit against Microsoft for alleged patent infringements in Silverlight. If you go to the Gotuit website to see what they do, you may expect that they have built a browser-based virtual machine, with markup for defining interfaces and that their platform is starting to gain traction, but instead they are… Read More

  • CrunchDeals: Refurbished Xbox 360 for $199.99

    Buy.com has the refurbished 20GB Xbox 360 for a mere $200 (free shipping too). It’s the non-HDMI version, so keep that in mind. But if you’re looking to get into an Xbox 360 on the cheap, this appears to be a pretty good deal. Microsoft Xbox 360 Premium System – Recertified [Buy.com via dealnews] Read More

  • Police arrests couple for selling radioactive cell phone lanyards

    Japanese people love cell phone straps in all forms and colors, even old men do. However, some of them might be in serious trouble now. Yesterday Japanese police arrested a man and a woman from Hiroshima for selling cell phone straps contaminated with tritium, a radioactive isotope of hydrogen. Japanese law requires special permission from the Ministry of Science and Technology for handling… Read More

  • USB Fidgets are finally here

    Yes! Finally! USB Fidgets from Brando! There are three of them: golf, soccer, and basketball. They’re each only $14.00, too. What a deal! According to Brando… “Here comes another fun game you can play if you are bored at office work! The aim of the game is to hit the basketball quickly to avoid it hits the top side of the screen. Once you click the ball, it bounces back to the… Read More

  • Casio drops a thin and light point and shoot

    The Casio EXILIM Zoom EX-Z150 is a 8-megapixel camera with a 4x optical zoom and anti-shake system. No pricing but it will come in red, pink, green, silver, and black. Norderstedt, July 14, 2008 – CASIO Computer Co., Ltd., announced today the release of the newest model in its EXILIM® digital camera series – the stylish, slim EXILIM Zoom EX-Z150, which features a wide-angle zoom… Read More

  • Norwegian company builds world's largest solar plant in Singapore

    It looks as if Asia is getting greener every day. Now Norway’s Renewable Energy Corp. (REC) is planning to build the world’s biggest solar cell plant in Singapore. The company will invest an initial $2.6 billion in the project and expects production to start in the first quarter of 2010. Final costs are expected to exceed $6 billion. REC is based out of Oslo and also operates… Read More

  • After breakup, man spends $1,000 a week on beer

    Reuters is reporting that an Australian man recently convicted of his 7th drunk driving charge revealed that he’d been spending around $1,000 per week on beer. That’s funny, sad, or both, depending upon how you view everyone’s place in the Universe. What I find funny and sad is that the dude broke up with his girlfriend FIVE YEARS AGO. Get over it, man! Live in the now! Read More

  • Wedgits: You know, for kids

    I’ve seen quite a few toys in the past two years but Wedgits are actually something I’d recommend. My buddy Jer brought them for our son and he’s been building towers and knocking them over with reckless abandon. They are essentially symmetrical square rings (is there a better geometrical term?) that stack and lock without force. Because they fit inside each other you can… Read More

  • Last.fm's Buggy, New Design

    Last.fm has a new look today that simplifies the navigation of the main site and makes finding music easier. Or at least, it would make finding music easier if the site wasn’t so buggy. (At least for me. I couldn’t even log in without getting an error. This may be due to fans rushing to check out the new features, or simply poor planning). The new features a library of songs… Read More

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