It's been a busy week here at Crave with a whole lot of gadget news coming out of IFA 2009 in Berlin, including Toshiba announcing a touch-screen tablet called the JournE. This is, perhaps, Toshiba's effort to take on Apple's mythical machine before it's even official. Begun, the tablet wars have.
We also saw some new photo and video gear from Panasonic. The company's betting quite a bit on the future of cinema being in 3D, and we think that's a good bet to make.
Nokia's World Conference, also in Germany, was the venue for the debut of a pair of new high-end music phones, the X6 and the X3. Nokia's phones usually have boring names, but we're glad they're now naming them after experimental aircraft. Go, Nokia, go.
Logitech's new Wi-Fi radio is an improvement on its already awesome lineup and includes Flickr integration, which, while pointless, is rather cool. I want one.
Just when I was sick of Auto-Tune and the millions of songs that abuse it, and just when I thought it was going away, T-Pain brings an app to the iPhone that Auto-Tunes everything. Thanks, Shor-tay. Thanks a lot.
These robot sculptures are adorable and I wish they were real and I had one as a pet. I would name him "Clanky." Or "Josh."
Oh, and there was some stuff going around about the iPhone getting MMS or something. I may have missed it.
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