• Rumor: New Canon Rebel slated for March 25 (but will it have a jog wheel?)

    Gather ’round the water cooler, provided your place of business still has a water cooler (get it, recession joke), for there’s a hot new Canon rumor flying about. It seems Canon may be readying the new Rebel, the EOS Rebel 500D, for a March 25 announcement. It may have a jog wheel, which would make it the first Rebel to do so. Read More

  • The seven steps to jailbreak your iPod touch 2G

    The Dev Team has released a seven step process to jailbreak the 2.2.1 iPod touch firmware. Sure, it’s not packaged up in a nice and pretty app, but the steps don’t look to hard. Just follow ’em to the letter and hopefully – *fingers-crossed* – you will be able to run jailbroken apps. Read More

  • Facebook's Real-Time Homepage Goes Live Today

    Today Facebook is rolling out the update to user homepages that brings a new look, enhanced filter system, and most importantly, realtime updating. Real-time updates are Facebook’s response to Twitter, which has been able to thrive on offering users immediate updates from their friends and favorite celebrities (Facebook’s original News Feed took hours to update). The new design… Read More

  • Review: VIA ARTiGO A2000 Barebone Storage Server

    Quick Version: Much more functional than a NAS hard drive but not as expensive or large as most home server boxes, the VIA ARTiGO A2000 threads the needle between performance and price. And it looks good, to boot. Read More

  • Video: Vibrating chair makes you feel the music

    This chair researched at Ryerson University will make you feel the music. It has vibrating coils that will stimulate your senses in various ways depending on the music. Check out the video. Read More

  • Klipsch announces two "recession-proof" in-ears, the Image S4 & S2

    Recession-proof is the new buzz term amongst CE manufacturers, children. Klipsch, who’s known to make some decent ‘ware, has just announced two “recession-proof” in-ears, the Image S4 and S2. All in-ears boast some sort of noise dampening solution and the majority of them do a fair job of blocking out noise, but that’s dependent on the tips that come with them. Read More

  • Is your AT&T Wi-Fi working at Starbucks? [UPDATE]

    Reader Michael writes: I could not log onto my Starbucks ATT WiFi account today. I called ATT and they said it’s part of the Starbucks issue that they are tying to resolve as quickly as possible. And that it’s not a technical issue but rather a business issue that is the reason for the denial of access. Read More

  • Nokia e71x gets pictured again – this time from behind!

    We were just starting to think that AT&T’s version of the e71, otherwise known as the e71x, had been canned. I mean, it’s been right around 5 months since it was last seen floating around, and it seemed like it was in good shape at the time. Can you really blame us for worrying? Fortunately, it seems the device is alive and kickin’ – or at least, the guy who… Read More

  • Tasteless joke lists child for sale on Xbox Live

    How dumb are people? Someone at the weekend put a phony ad on Xbox Live. Advertising what, exactly? Oh, you know, just someone’s child. Yup, a Florida woman’s child was listed as “for sale” by a couple of knuckleheads (presumably this is at least a two-man job: one guy to come up with the idea, and the other to convince him to carry it out). They even included the… Read More

  • Apple to take delivery of 10-inch touchscreens

    Oh, hi. More Apple rumors for you this fine morning. Reuters got word from a secret Wintek employee “who asked not to be identified because he was not authorized to talk to the media” that Apple has purchased 10-inch touchscreens. No one else commented, including Wintek, and this story is so convoluted now that I need to go look at some LOLCats. Read More

  • OMG, Apple will burn in hell over latest iPod Shuffle

    What has Apple done?! Seriously, Apple, what is going on here? In a desperate attempt to innovate train moving, you have infuriated the masses and are causing hysteria all because the iPod shuffle is tied down to proprietary headphones. After all, there is nothing tech fiends love to do more than spending $79 on a 4GB iPod and then hooking up $349 Shure earbuds. New Shuffle……..No way will… Read More

  • Canon unveils two new mobile projectors

    Canon today in Japan announced two new mobile projectors [JP], the LV7375 and the LV8300 (weight: 3.3kg). Both devices hit Japanese stores today (there is no information yet about a release outside Japan). The projectors feature a completely new design and are equipped with a carrying handle. Read More

  • Apple removes proto-iPhone auction from eBay, YouTube

    The Illuminati are real, and have removed that proto-iPhone auction from eBay. The auction had been live for a few days before Apple contacted eBay, shutting the auction down before the proto-iPhone made it “out there.” The video was also pulled from YouTube. Read More

  • Boss ME-70: 40 effects on board

    Attention those about to rock. We salute you. This sassy stompbox has four switch pedals as well as a variable pedal for adding all kinds of effects to your red-hot shredding efforts. The variable pedal can act as a volume or wah controller and it includes a number of overdrive and distortion systems for creating odd noises. Read More

  • Overzealous watchmaker vandalized Lincoln's watch in 1861

    It’s a little known fact that watchmakers like to note the time and date of their work on the inside cases of watches. If you ever have something repaired at a watch shop, chances are there’s a little note – “change battery”, “crystal” – in the case. This is fairly common and it’s fun to open an old watch and find notes from long-gone… Read More

  • CrunchDeals: T-Mobile G1 for $98

    The greatest phone in the history of telephony, the T-Mobile G1, can be yours for just $97.99 with a two-year contract. Read More

  • Canesta shows off gestural entertainment center

    The TV of the Future Conference starts today in San Francisco and Canesta is sure to make a splash with the gestural entertainment center. Using a tiny camera that sits on top of your TV, you can control your entertainment center by simply waving your hand in various ways. Built by Kicker Studios using Canesta’s camera technology, the end result appears to work surprisingly well. Read More

  • KLM and Air France begin rolling out electronic boarding pass service in Europe

    KLM and Air France announced yesterday that they’ve begun rolling out an electronic boarding pass service throughout Europe. A six-month beta test occurred on the Paris-Amsterdam-Paris route and it was launched a month ago on the ‘La Navette’ flights. It’s currently available on flights from Paris to Amsterdam and other European destinations except the UK. Read More

  • Documentary filmmaker to use camera hidden inside prosthetic eyeball

    Canadian filmmaker Rob Spence is prepping a video camera hidden in a prosthetic eyeball for an upcoming documentary he’s making about the prevalence of surveillance cameras. Spence lost his eye in a childhood accident and had it removed a few years ago. Read More

  • Virgin America now tells you which planes are Wi-Fi ready

    Just a quick update for the transcon flying tech folk. Virgin America updated their online booking system to show you which flights are wired for Wi-Fi so, you know what you’re getting yourself into before you board the plane. Also, starting April 5th, the following routes will all be wired for Wi-Fi: Boston to LA, Boston to San Francisco and Dulles to Los Angeles. Read More

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