• Where Is The Disrupt NY 2014 Hackathon Winner Now?

    Where Is The Disrupt NY 2014 Hackathon Winner Now?

    With Disrupt NY 2015 only a month away, we thought it’d be fun to look back at the winner of the Disrupt NY 2014 Hackathon to see what they’ve been up to in the last year. As you may recall, the virtual reality app Vrban took home the grand prize. So, where is last year’s Hackathon winner now? Read More

  • Lots Of Hollywood Interest In Making Bilton’s Twitter Book A Movie

    Lots Of Hollywood Interest In Making Bilton’s Twitter Book A Movie

    Interest is swirling at Sony and several other major Hollywood studios around Nick Bilton’s book “Hatching Twitter: A True Story of Money, Power, Friendship, and Betrayal“, TechCrunch has learned.  While we’ve only heard Sony named, word is several other major studios are nibbling at the worm. At least one of the studios involved wants to explore producing the project… Read More

  • Columbia gets into the sports watch market in a big way

    Columbia just jumped head first into the sports watch buisness with nine different model lines spanning three distinct market segments. Chances are that if you need a watch for an outdoors activity, one of these new watches will fit the bill as they feature everything from an altimeter, to a barometer, to a compass — all for a bit less than other sports watches from Casio or Suunto. Read More

  • Bugathermo Heated Boot: Don't do it

    The Internet just pissed itself this morning about these rechargeable boots that warm your feet for up to eight hours. Seriously. Boots with built-in warming devices. By Columbia. For $250. Get out of here. Read More

  • Sony's Columbia Picture flicks not available on NXE Netflix streaming

    Well what do we have here? Now that NXE is live for everyone, it seems that Columbia Pictures movies are not available for XBox Netflix streaming. Unfortunately there is no way to tell if the movie is going to be watchable on the Xbox streaming until it’s added to the queue which can be a royal pain in the ass. Quite frankly, this is lame and childish that these Sony-owned flicks are… Read More