• The BlackBerry 8325 shows up in a live picture

    RIM has plans to update the Curve and it seem that this might be the replacement. Unspectacular specs for 8325 dropped a few days ago but we finally are interested after seeing what is suppose to be the hardware. Like it? We don’t know yet. It might be a a nice departure from the plastic buttons, but it could be too radical. Definitely need a better pic. Read More

  • Luck o' the Cylons


    While most folks will be drinking crappy green beer today pretending that they have some Irish heritage, some members of the cast of Battlestar Galactica will be heading to the United Nations in New York for a panel discussion of how the show examined issues such as “human rights, children and armed conflict, terrorism, human rights and reconciliation and dialogue among civilizations… Read More

  • Apple Opens Up More Ways To Get Paid On The iPhone, Adds Key New Features. Apps Hit 800 Million Downloads.

    iPhone apps have been downloaded 800 million times, and there are now more than 25,000 apps in the iTunes store. Apple is detailing some of the new features in the next version of the iPhone OS in apress conference going on live right now. The new OS, iPhone 3.0, will support 1,000 APIs. Apple seems to be giving a lot of extra love to paid apps, which will gain the ability to sell… Read More

  • Samsung’s Android phone spotted in blur-tastic slide photo?

    Samsung’s first Android phone was apparently spotted “in a slide show presentation at a dealer event in Amsterdam,” according to Pocket Lint. Luckily one of the dealers present had the wherewithal to smear Vaseline all over the left side of his camera lens before stepping behind a screen door to take a picture of the phone. Details are scant, but it’ll apparently be… Read More

  • Live from Apple's iPhone 3.0 Press Conference

    We’ll be going live at Apple Headquarters in Cupertino, California at 10am Pacific/1pm Eastern. MobileCrunch’s Greg Kumparak will be posting right here for your enjoyment. Read More

  • Giggiddy: Seth MacFarlane Joins Hulu's Alien Plot

    Hulu has just posted the latest addition to its ads detailing its plans to “turn our chunky brain matter into creamy goo” and take over the world. Family Guy’s Seth MacFarlane has joined the cause, lending some of the show’s most well known voices to promote the popular streaming video site in the amusing ad embedded below. Hulu’s ad campaign is funny, unique… Read More

  • Two New Ways To Find A Job: Auction Yourself Off At JobaPhile Or Do A TwitterJobSearch

    In this economy, looking for a decent job is no easy task. If you find yourself on the hunt, you have to try every avenue possible. Two new job search options came across my inbox this morning. The first one is Jobaphiles, which bills itself as the “eBay of jobs.” Started by some college students in Boston, now it is trying to expand nationwide. The site is really geared… Read More

  • Six To Start wins big at SXSW

    Congratulations to Dan Hon and his team at Six To Start, one of the surprise winners at this year’s SXSW Interactive Web Awards, not least to themselves, apparently. The alternative reality gaming startup based in London won both the Experimental and Best of Show awards for its digital story-telling mashup with Penguin Books, We Tell Stories, which, at almost exactly this time last year… Read More

  • The Dell Adamo 9 and Studio One 22? When and for how much?

    The Adamo is just hours old and now it seems that it might have an expensive netbook sibling coming soon. Plus, we might see a larger version of the stunning Studio One all-in-one desktop. That is if this rumor comes true. Read More

  • Live from Apple’s iPhone 3.0 Press Conference

    We’re live at Apple Headquarters in Cupertino, California at 10am Pacific/1pm Eastern. MobileCrunch’s Greg Kumparak is posting right here for your enjoyment. Don’t forget to print out your play-along-at-home scorecard. Read More

  • HTC CEO promises ‘at least’ three Android phones this year

    For those of you keeping score in the “How many Android phones will HTC launch this year?” game, the answer is “at least three,” according to HTC CEO Peter Chou. Read More

  • UnHub Offers A Simple Way To Showcase The Online You

    I’ll say it right off the bat: there’s a plethora of ways to bundle all your online identities (i.e. your social networking profiles) and share all of them using only one URL, so I know the one I’m going to introduce isn’t unique any way you look at it. That said, it’s lightweight, ridiculously easy and quick to set up, so you might want to take a look all the… Read More

  • The Dell Adamo is finally official


    Dell has been teasing us with shots of the thin Adamo ever since CES, but the notebook is finally here. We spied the thin notebook yesterday at SXSW and it looked great, but a spec card was nowhere to be seen. Thankfully, Dell has finally released all the info about the “Thinnest Notebook Available.” Read More

  • T.C. Electronics Global Konnekt goes online

    You can win great prizes if you dare to participate in TC Electronics Global Konnekt project. Get inspired by Robbie Bronnimanns drum tracks and upload your own ideas of bass, drums, keyboards, vocals and solo instruments to create a track together, online. Read More

  • Casio's high-bursting EX-FS10 digital camera gets release date and high price in Japan

    Casio showcased its EX-FS10 first during the CES in January and today said [JP] that Japanese buyers will get the high-speed point and shoot on March 27 for $510, which is considerably higher than the US price (the EX-FS10 can be pre-ordered for $349 at Amazon, for example). Back in January, Casio announced that in the US, the camera will be available in March without specifying a concrete… Read More

  • Bebo partners locally to expand into Europe

    Social networking site Bebo has made the leap into Europe, teaming with local media partners to gain a foothold in France, Germany, Italy, Spain and the Netherlands — markets in which Facebook, MySpace and Netlog are already active players. AOL’s People Networks division announced yesterday that the site will use IP-based geo-targetting to provide services in the user’s… Read More

  • Video: MFB-522 drumcomputer

    The MFB-522 is an analog drumcomputer with nine fully analog instruments and a step-sequencer with 16 steps. It can store up to 72 patterns and eight songs. You can edit your sounds in a similar way as on a Roland TR. The best part is that it will only cost you 280 euro. Read More

  • Time Machine Radio: Enter the past

    The Time Machine Radio lets you go back in time and listen to those old songs which will bring up happy memories. You set the knob to the year you want to listen music from and the radio will start to play the stuff you like. Read More

  • Apture Raises $4.1 Million Round For Contextual Rich Media Overlays

    Apture, the startup that lets online publishers enhance content with pop-ups that carry rich media from a variety of sources based on the context of linked words and terms, has scored a healthy $4.1 million in Series A financing from Clearstone Venture Partners and a number of angel investors including Paul Maritz (CEO of VMware) and Steve Taylor (former Executive VP of the Boston Globe). Read More

  • Daily Crunch: Cupcake Vandalism Edition

    The Wii remote, used for the spraying of paint
    Wedding cake made from 80 Pac-Man cupcakes
    Shut up and sing with this weird-ass Japanese karaoke mic for the Wii Read More

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