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Visor Lets You Look Through Other’s Eyes

As we move into our telemetric future, we will soon be able to mediate our experience in the world through apps. Already we can live the lives of others, vicariously, through Meerkat. We can see photo

The Wii is dropping to $199 in two weeks says Toys R Us

It’s about damn time the Wii gets a price cut. The system has been out for almost three years now and has been the same price. But that’s about to change in two weeks if this Toys R Us ad

CrunchDeals: $30 gift card with the purchase of Batman: Arkham Asylum from Toys R Us

<img src="http://www.crunchgear.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/08/trubat.jpg" alt="" />According to a Toys R Us snippet sent in to Shack, for a limited time tomorrow morning, the giant toy retailer will

iPods, Asus EEE PCs coming to Toys 'R' Us

Sometime in the coming weeks Toys ‘R’ Us is going to start selling iPods and, more┬ánotably, Asus EEE PC’s as the retailer is grasping for higher holiday sales. The iPods are going t

Gibson adds five more companies to its 'to sue' list

Not long after serving Activision with papers alleging patent infringement for the Guitar Hero series of video games, Gibson Guitar Corp. has now decided to go after retailers that sell that game as w

CrunchDeals: 8GB Zune for $180

[photopress:zunerus.jpg,full,center] Excellent work, Joel Over at Toys R Us, where a kid can be a kid, you can buy an 8GB Zune for $180, a full $20 off the regular price. Yesss! Toys R Us via Boing Bo

Kid Writes "PS3 Sucks" On Video Game Displays

Kids are brats sometimes, but this little boy sounds like the Devil incarnate. Toys R Us employees spotted a 13-year old boy writing “PS3 Sucks” on 23 plastic game displays. Yeah, 23 times

Wii Wii Sunday Part Deux

Jeremy over at Digitalsomething got his hands on a Toys “R” Us ad for an upcoming sale next sunday that includes Wii’s. If you’re still looking to pick up one up then be sure t

GameStop And Toys 'R' Us Chosen For Wii Launch

Nintendo of America has stated that it has chosen two retailers, GameStop and Toys ‘R’ Us, to host the launch of the Nintendo Wii. No big surprise here, we already know that GameStop and T