For you rock fans, get the MyTouch 3G Fender Edition January 20

T-Mobile's new MyTouch 3G phone design.

Get ready to rock on January 20th! T-Mobile’s MyTouch 3G is getting a serious design upgrade, especially for Fender (guitars, etc.) fans. They teamed up with Fender and Eric Clapton Continue reading


Why buy speakers for your iPhone when you can just use a cup?

iPhone in a cup

Amplify your iPhone's sound with only a cup.

Okay, so would you rather spend $40 on iPhone speakers, or make your own for $0? Unless you’re loose-handed with cash, you would choose the latter. This DIY was so simple and obvious no one except this guy thought of it. Continue reading

Early Release for Apple’s iPhone 4G?

It’s just been a week and a half since Google’s Nexus One has been released, and the rumors have already spread like wildfire. Many [Apple fans] are already screaming for the next-generation Apple iPhone, and even though it HAS NOT BEEN CONFIRMED, many are calling it the iPhone 4G. Apparently, there have been rumors and leaks coming out of France and South Korea saying there will be a May 2010 release of the”iPhone 4G”. Continue reading

Intel Gets an App Store

There is only one app store in the world, which is Apple’s. All the other companies have them, but they aren’t as popular. However, there is a new contender in the app arena. Meet AppUp Center, Intel’s brand new app store. Continue reading

Pixi Plus and Pre Plus Hands On

The guys at Mobile Crunch got to meet the Pixi Plus and Pre Plus just a while ago in the Palm Lounge. some notable points of the phones were that the 3D gaming was impressive and the design has received tedious upgrades. Continue reading

Disassemble a netbook, build it into a Dell smartphone

Looks like it’s for the Dell OPhone Android, but it isn’t. This video shows a man designer disassembling a netbook and assembling it into a dell smartphone. It’s not real, but it’s awesome.

Catch the video here.


Make your own iPhone apps for just two bucks with AppMakr

makr1What AppMakr lacks in vowels they make up for in coolness. AppMakr is a dead easy app design engine that allows you to enter a URL or search term, pick a few images, and publish an app to the App Store in a few minutes. Continue reading