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Crunch Report | The $199 Oculus Go Standalone Headset

The new $199 Oculus Go, the California DMV is changing rules for self-driving cars, Amazon's new way to have your teens shopping and a new waterproof kindle from Amazon. All this on Crunch Report!

Clearbit Connect’s new Gmail widget can help you find anyone’s email address

LinkedIn’s acquisition of the popular email add-in Rapportive, and its subsequent demolition as its new owner ripped out some of its best features, left a lot of users angry and scrambling for

Social Address Book Connect Raises $10.3M As It Expands Into Messaging, International Markets

Connect, a social address book and friend finder application that launched earlier this year, has raised $10.3 million in new funding as the company prepares to expand into messaging, and also to addi

Twitter Isn’t Leaving Out BlackBerry Users, Updates Its App To Include “Connect” Interactions

Just because geeks might not think that BlackBerry is a fun platform doesn’t mean that people still don’t use it. Today, Twitter announced a 4.0 update to its BlackBerry app, and included

China Beats Apple To the Dual Port iPad Dongle

<img src="http://www.crunchgear.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/08/64f44b3dc2fa29480ed1-LL-300x260.jpeg">Remember that little dongle you were supposed to buy for the <a HREF="http://crunchgear.com/tag/iPa

Sony Walkman NWZ-A810 and NWZ-S610

Though Sony has ditched ATRAC and its music store, it doesn’t mean it’s going to stop putting out digital audio players. The ATRAC-less NWZ-A810 and NWZ-S610 are all about supporting AAC,

Sony Ditches Music Store, ATRAC Audio Format

Over the past three to four years, I’ve always kept an eye on Sony’s MP3 Walkmen players. Though they look cool at times and have some features I’d enjoy (like FM Radio), the fact th

Reminder: Sansa Connect Reader Response Contest

Just a reminder: We’re also giving away two little devices that many of you are eager to get your greasy paws on: the Sansa Connect from SanDisk. Make the jump for full details:

The AudioFile: Apple and the Long (Mc)Fly Ball

People have been clamoring for WiFi-enabled music players for a long time now. But current offerings from Archos, Microsoft, and SanDisk make it seem like they’re all just taking weak jabs at Ap