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Review of Casio’s PX-350: “Lay Your Hands On Me!”

My fast, refulgent piano fingers, in concert with my pounding musical heart declares the new Casio Privia PX-350 delivers celestial sound excellence with incredible keyboard realism; as if I was playing in concert on a 6 foot 10 inch grand piano. As a spirited concert pianist performing at Carnegie Hall in New York City multiple more »

Who’s on Crack in Tech: 8.19.11

Welcome to Who’s on Crack, an in-depth look at this weeks moves in the tech world that raise our eyebrows just a bit. If common sense and logic isn’t behind these moves what is? Perhaps crack? Let’s get the accused and you can decide for yourself. Google loves MOTO Palm is dead Android is killing more »

Who’s on Crack in tech 7.15.11

Welcome to the 7/15 edition of Who’s on Crack in tech. Today, we’ll look back at the, shall we say interesting, week in the tech world and perhaps dig just a little deep to see which companies are off their meds or perhaps are on something a bit stronger. Let’s get to the accused: Best more »

Who’s on Crack in tech: 7.1.11

Welcome to the 7/11 edition of Who’s on Crack in tech. Today, we’ll look back at the, shall we say interesting, week in the tech world and perhaps dig just a little deep to see which companies are off their meds or perhaps are on something a bit stronger. Let’s get to the accused: RIM’s more »

Who’s on Crack in tech: 6.24.11

Welcome to another edition of Who’s on Crack. Let’s look at companies that have crossed a line from smart marketing to “hey pal, you’ve got to calm down.” This week, we’ve got a a host of companies that are pushing the boundaries of sanity and we suspect controlled substances are to blame. Let’s get to more »

Who’s on Crack in tech: 6.17.11

Welcome to another installment of Who’s on Crack where we look at companies that have crossed a line from smart marketing to “hey pal, you’ve got to calm down.” This week, we’ve got a a host of companies that are pushing the boundaries of sanity and we suspect controlled substances are to blame. Let’s get more »

Who’s on Crack in tech: 6.3.11

Welcome to another installment of Who’s on Crack where we look at companies that have crossed a line from smart marketing to “hey pal, you’ve got to calm down.” This week, we’ve got a a host of companies that are pushing the boundaries of sanity and we suspect controlled substances are to blame. Let’s get more »

Who’s on Crack in tech: 5.27.11

Welcome to another installment of Who’s on Crack where we look at companies that have crossed a line from smart marketing to “hey pal, you’ve got to calm down.” This week, we’ve got a a host of companies that are pushing the boundaries of sanity and we suspect controlled substances are to blame. Let’s get more »

Who’s on Crack in tech: 5.13.11

Today we’ll look at a few companies in the tech world who have proven theres more to their inspiration than just perspiration. The moves of these companies suggest they’ve moved past reality into something they’ve convinced themselves will sell to the people. Here’s my list of company’s I suspect have hit the rock: Amazon refuses more »

Who’s on Crack in tech 5.6.11

Welcome to the no-crack zone of the tech world. Only Gadgetell is so bold to suggest something besides greed and geekcred is driving some of the industries latest moves. We think it could be crack. Let’s get to the accused: Apple throws you out of the store every, single, time. Google thinks you’re a slut more »

Who’s on Crack in tech: 4.29.11

Welcome to a slightly British feeling Who’s on Crack. This week, we’ll look deeper at some top tech stories that seem too bold to be fueled by passion alone. We suspect something else was involved, something like crack. Let’s get to the accused. Apple rolls out White iPhone, 10 months late Are you a sell more »

Who’s on Crack in tech: 4.22.11

What’s the most common phrase heard around the Gadgetell newsroom? Is it “I love tablets?”,or “that’s dope!” or “iPad!”? Answer: none of them, it’s “they are on crack.” This week we take a look back at the things that made us chuckle in the tech world. Assembled here are companies whose moves are so strange, more »