As already promised earlier, Anythingbutipod is giving away a shiny, fresh, award winning Cowon iAudio 10. To win the i10, the only thing you need to do is to subscribe to the CrowdGadgets newsletter. The contest is open to anyone worldwide, not just US residents. The winner will be announced in the newsletter on November 21st. Good luck!
A big thank you to Cowon Korea for donating the prize. Read on for the design awards the i10 won so far. Continue reading…
Subscribers of the CrowdGadgets newsletter will be eligible to win eight weeks’ worth of great prizes starting November 7th! The gadgets were selected in honor of each of the sites in the CrowdGather Gadget Network, with Anythingbutipod giving away a Cowon i10.
The CrowdGadgets newsletter complements the CrowdGadgets podcast. Here’s what you could win by subscribing:
November 7th: StreakSmart.com, Dell Streak 7 WiFi
November 14th: Pocketables.net, Samsung Galaxy S WiFi 5.0
November 21st: Anythingbutipod.com, Cowon i10
November 28th: NothingButTablets.com, Amazon Kindle Fire
December 5th: GoodAndEVO.net, HTC EVO 3D
December 12th: Anythingbutiphone.com, HTC HD7/Trophy Windows Phone
December 19th: ZuneBoards.com, Star Wars Xbox 360
December 26th: CrowdGadgets.com, Amazon Kindle Fire
All newsletter subscribers will be automatically entered to win one of these awesome gadgets. The contest is open to everyone, not just those in the US, and the results will be announced in the newsletter. All we ask is that the lucky winners contact us so they can redeem their prize.
The fun will kick off with a Dell Streak 7 WiFi next week and continue until the Amazon Kindle Fire is given away on December 26th. Once again, you only need be a CrowdGadgets newsletter subscriber. Good luck!
Anythingbutipod is excited to finally launch the CrowdGadgets newsletter. Announced last week, the CrowdGadgets newsletter brings together the biggest news from around the CrowdGather Gadget Network, including Anythingbutiphone, Anythingbutipod, Good and EVO, Nothing But Tablets, Pocketables, and StreakSmart. It’s a great way to catch up on last week’s news in a digest format.
New issues are delivered straight to subscribers’ email inboxes every Monday, and it perfectly coordinates with the weekly CrowdGadgets podcast which is regularly released on the same day. We encourage those interested to sign up for the free newsletter on our website, CrowdGadgets.com.
Subscribers will also have a chance to win cool prizes. Details on how–and what–you can win will revealed in the next issue of the newsletter, but we have a feeling you’ll really like what’s in store.
Thank you for continued support of Anythingbutipod. We can’t wait to hear what you think of the newsletter.
Anythingbutipod is excited to announce the CrowdGadgets newsletter! Subscribers will be treated to weekly updates with news from around the CrowdGather Gadget Network, including Anythingbutiphone, Anythingbutipod, Good and EVO, Nothing But Tablets, Pocketables, and StreakSmart. Additional CrowdGather websites, such as Zune Boards, will be hopping on board in the near future.
The CrowdGadgets newsletter is the perfect companion to the aforementioned sites and the CrowdGadgets podcast, which was launched just a few short weeks ago. Each issue of the newsletter will be sent straight to subscriber inboxes and include a recap of the latest news from our respective sites.
The first issue of the newsletter will be sent out to subscribers on Monday, October 24, so we encourage readers to sign up today. We’ve also included a QR code after the break for convenience. Best of all, subscribers will be entered to win great prizes. Stay tuned for more details on how to win.
Thank you for continuing to support Anythingbutipod. We love our readers, and we hope you’ll subscribe to the CrowdGadgets newsletter and podcast.
Anythingbutipod is excited to finally announce the CrowdGadgets podcast, a weekly show committed to covering the latest news from the CrowdGather gadget network.
Each of the hosts–Brodie Duncan, Calob Horton, John Freml, Stuart Cope, and William Devereux–represent one of the sites in the CrowdGather gadget network, which is composed of Anythingbutiphone, Anythingbutipod, Good and EVO, Nothing But Tablets, Pocketables, and StreakSmart. Other guests might make occasional appearances as well.
New episodes will be released on Mondays, but CrowdGadgets already starts with a collection of seven episodes. CrowdGadgets usually has a running time of somewhere between 30 and 60 minutes, but the length varies based on the amount of news each week. A companion newsletter will also be launching soon.
Subscribe below to start listening now, or follow us online for the latest gadget news.
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It’s been a month since we officially launched our tablet website, Nothing But Tablets. To celebrate the launch we’re giving away both a Kindle and a tablet to a lucky winner (one per prize); one for commenting in the forums, one for commenting on articles on the front page. So far we’ve gotten more than 1500 comments, but there’s still 10 days left until the contest is over, and plenty of time to get in on the contest. More comments = more chances to win, so there’s no reason to sit idly by. Remember, comments have to add something to the conversation, which means the easiest articles to comment on are the day to day articles and not the contest article itself. So head on over to the contest post to read the rules if you haven’t already, and go nuts reading up on our 83 (and counting) posts!
In a device world where many are lining up behind app stores and music players on phones are taking a portion of the portable audio market, the dedicated MP3 player is far from dead. 2010 was a little bit of a slow year but some really interesting shifts towards these App centric non phone media players is happening. We got a little taste of it this year but will see a lot more of it for 2011.
As for 2010, here are there players that were at the top for 2010.
We have upgraded our CMS to WordPress, it was a bit rushed since we had to get off of a legacy install of Movable Type that had security exploits. Since is was rushed there are a lot of design elements and functionality that need to be fixed. So hang tight and we will be 100% shortly. In the mean time, if you want to help test the comment section, let me know what’s on your mind and comment below.