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Gawker's Gulp Moment: Big Redesign Is Driving People Away

<img src="http://tctechcrunch.files.wordpress.com/2011/02/gawker-quantcast.jpg"> About ten days ago, gossip blog <a href="http://gawker.com/">Gawker</a> and its sister sites <a href="http://gizmodo.c

DA Withdraws iPhone 4 Warrant, Returns Gizmodo Editor Jason Chen's Possessions

<img class="shot2" src="http://tctechcrunch.files.wordpress.com/2010/04/jasoniphone.jpg" alt="" />The iPhone 4 may be available to the general public, but the police investigation into the <a href="ht

A Next Generation iPhone Walks Into A Bar…

<img class="alignright size-full wp-image-174025" title="ig" src="http://tctechcrunch.files.wordpress.com/2010/04/ig.jpg?w=300&h=207" alt="" />Stop me if you've heard this one before: a guy walks

On Gizmodo's douchery and blogging

I didn’t want to weigh in on this because I know all the parties involved, I used to run Gizmodo, and I understand the impetus behind this prank. This is a nasty hack performed by punchy, hungov

Sony's $20 Million Ad Campaign

Sony has launched an new ad campaign for its electronics that is quite a good deal more transparent than its much criticized PS3 ads. I actually kind of like it and not just because I like to see grow

Fake Google Phone About As Real As Joan Rivers' Face

Yesterday, I called out Engadget Mobile for reporting about an insanely fake Gucci Phone. Well today it seems I have to bash The Giz/MobileBurn for doing some terrible fabricating. See this “Goo

Pete Rojas Cuts Lines

Can you say blogfight? UPDATE – It seems there was no line for the press, but where I was standing there sure seemed like a line. Perhaps there’s no line for people who get the PR folks at

Cingular's iPhone Pricing Leak: Fakiest Fake that Ever Did Fake

Gizmodo has the scoop on Cingular’s particular pricing for plans compatible with the upcoming iPhone. Ok, not really, they’re right in calling this total donkeypucky. Not only is the layou

First PS3 Ad Spotted in NYC

Ours pals at Gizmodo have spotted a big PS3 banner ad blanketing the side of a building. It shows a PS3 hovering with a clock melting at the top. Deleon astutely cites that the ad is reminiscent Dali&