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The Wii sucks – but don't take our word for it!

I love it when fanbois try to attack their most prized possession. This softball at all things Wii complains about scarcity, storage, and poor graphics while couching the criticism in the same “

Stevenf: "Android is bullpoop and you're dumb, Google"

My, if this isn’t the day of Google backlash. While we’re not highly keen on the whole Android idea as it stands, Steven Frank thinks it’s garbage: A 34-company committee couldn&#821

Hell Hath No Fury Like A Potter Fan Scorned

Looking to download a pirated copy of “Evan Almighty”? Better hope you don’t care about what happens to Harry Potter and friends in the final book of the series. Some guy named Len s

Pay-Per-Use Electricity at Dallas-Fort Worth

Let’s recap, shall we? You arrive at the airport and a little man in a vest yells at you to move your car and stop hugging. Then you move to the front counter or perhaps a buggy kiosk and wait u

AOL Suggests Five Items Not to Buy, Loses Advertisers

. Why, you ask? If you’re simply looking for a fun game system, you can find a Nintendo Wii (try eBay) or Xbox for around $400. You could also simply wait for more PS3 games or for the system it

Apple Vs. The World: Brit Hates Macs, Our Freedom

, has penned a delightful screed against Macs and the people who love them, saying: I hate Macs. I have always hated Macs. I hate people who use Macs. I even hate people who don’t use Macs but s

Wherefore Art Thou, DRM?

Ars Technica and BusinessWeek take a cold, hard look at the reasons behind DRM and why — assuming honest people won’t break DRM — it’s still in play. Essentially, content provi

Who Killed CES?

When I touched down at JFK last Thursday I started thinking about why I felt so dissatisfied on this trip to CES. I put those dread thoughts into the back of my mind as I fought off a CES-induced stom

We'll Tell Off CE Makers So You Don't Have To

OK, guys. We’re headed to CES on Saturday and will be jet-lagged, hung-over and pissed off. Let’s channel that anger into a little constructive criticism. In the comments, please tell us a

Love Will Tear Us Apart: Microsoft Wants Its Laptops Back

<img src="https://beta.techcrunch.com/wp-content/uploads/2007/01/"review" over the holiday as a way to astroturf the magic of Vista to the world at large. Now, however, they're

Steven Levy, Jupiter Research Gets in On Zune Bashing

Who is a poor gadget guru to believe? Microsoft and Zune fans are saying that the Zune is so hot that it’s making babies with Angelina Jolie but Michael Gartenberg and Steven Levy, two gadget wo

Zune: Sucking Wind?

cred. That said, the Windy City Roller Andy Ihnatko writes: After that, it’s nothing more than a bookmark for purchasing the track in the Zune Marketplace. It amounts to nothing more than free a

NY Times: PS3 is Stinking Up the Place

Seth Schiesel, who loved him some Xbox 360 back in the day, is basically saying this to Sony: Your company’s new video game system just isn’t that great. Wha! How dare he! He’s essentially s

Smartphones Now: 10 Things I Hate About Smartphones

is a special group of features by CrunchGear writers on the latest smartphones available or soon to be available in the US. In this installment, we froth at the mouth at the current crop of smartphone

Camera Lemons

Point and shoots can be pretty dicey. If they’re good, they’re adequate. If they’re bad, they’re vile. DigitalCamera-HQ rounds up the worst including the “6-megapixel&#82

Elvis Was a Hero to Most, But That Doesn't Stop me From Downloading the Sun Sessions

A charming little video by the Futuristic Sex Robotz who seem to be upset by some sort of “copy protection” on music. I suspect they’re just angry because they don’t have big r

EBay is Decadent and Depraved

– so I’m going to come out and say it: eBay is now useless, especially for selling electronics. You might be OK if you’re selling a pot-holder shaped like a monkey, but trying to put

Windows Vista Start-up Sound Sucks, Is Holy

in defense of Big Bill, informing us that: Microsoft’s Steve Ball gave Robert Scoble some reasons for the startup sound, which as of current planning cannot be turned off: 1) “A spiritual side of