Monthly Archives: January 2011

Daily Crunch: Little Ninja Edition

Designer Gas Cans Are Haute Couture, Haute Octane LittleBigPlanet 2 Review Round-Up: Pretty Much Universal Acclaim Ekocase: Ecologically Sound iPad Cases For All (Plus A Contest) The Steve Jobs Action Figure, Now With More Ninja Action! Concept USB Drive/Battery Is … Continue reading

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David Karp: ?Tumblr Is Growing By A Quarter Billion Impressions Every Week?

Tumblr is growing like a weed, but “the last four or five months totally overshadow everything that came before it,” founder David Karp tells Chris Dixon in a taping today for TCTV (watch the video above). “We are growing by … Continue reading

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If You Think You Need This $825, Biometrically Secured Wallet, You Have Paranoia Issues [Accessories]

Look, maybe you’ve had your pocket picked a few times and are really paranoid about losing your wallet. But you’re not Julian Assange and I doubt anyone is coming after you, so you probably don’t need this biometrically secured wallet. … Continue reading

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Web of Trust (WOT) brings Web trust, safety, and privacy ratings to Opera

Web of Trust has been a trusted browser privacy and security add-on for Firefox, Chrome, and Internet Explorer for quite a while. Now, Opera users can take advantage of WOT trust ratings as well! Just head over to the Opera … Continue reading

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Google making Changes to Android Market

Forbes is reporting that Google is unhappy with the Android Market. Apparently, people don’t like paying for Apps. (who knew?) Android’s Platform Manager said there will be changes in the future including Carrier billing and In-app payments. My guess is … Continue reading

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Cella Energy says its hydrogen microbeads could fuel your car, cost $1.50 per gallon

Your average hydrogen-powered car is a marvel of modern science — fuel cell sifting electrons out of pure H2 and emitting nothing but water — powered by big, heavy, high-pressure tanks of gas. Cella Energy is here to ditch the … Continue reading

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Layar Player lets AR loose on iPhone apps

Layar’s been the go-to platform for augmented reality on Android since 2009, bringing you the useful, the creepy, and the just plain weird — and now it’s unleashing the beast on iOS, again (it’s already available as a dedicated app). … Continue reading

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Ask a VC: John O?Farrell Gives Tips on Deal Making, Advice to Would-Be VCs (TCTV)

This week’s Ask a VC has a different twist, since we had a different kind of VC on the show, John O’Farrell Andressen Horowitz’s guru on business development and deal-making. The questions you asked O’Farrell are below. As usual, feel … Continue reading

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A Blind Man Drove a Car at Daytona International Speedway [Cars]

Mark Riccobono is legally blind. But that doesn’t stop him from trying to enjoy life. Today, thanks to tactile technology, he became the first blind man to drive around the track at Daytona International Speedway. More » Source: http://feeds.gawker.com/~r/gizmodo/full/~3/wKN1iMeecqY/a-blind-man-drove-a-car-at-daytona-international-speedway Novellus Systems … Continue reading

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On Rdio [Lifechanger]

In the last 30 days, I’ve easily discovered more great new music than I have in the last decade, and have listened to the iTunes equivalent of at least $700 in music for the cost of a CD. More » Source: … Continue reading

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