Best of The Crunch: 2009

 

Best-of meets beta bloopers.


The Best of The Crunch, 2009

This year iTnews dived into reporting technology news on video for the first time.

Like any good technology venture, our foray began strictly in Beta mode... and if the bloopers video below is anything to go by, perhaps it might remain in Beta a little while yet. But be assured we are climbing some mountains on this and remain very committed!

Big kudos goes out to Munir Kotadia, ably assisted by Alex Bradner, for putting these highlights together. But let's not forget poor young Ben Grubb, who had barely been writing technology news a few months before he was shoved in front of a camera and asked to be the face of the The Crunch.

We hope he'll forgive us for the video below.... Merry Christmas and we look forward to delivering you some tasty, crunchy video content in the New Year!


Bloopers, etc.


Best of The Crunch: 2009
 
 
 
Top Stories
First look: Microsoft Outlook for iOS
[Update] Office productivity suite for iOS completed with Outlook.
 
NewSat defaults on $26m in overdue Lockheed payments
Jabiru-1 satellite build hits further hurdles.
 
IBM denies plans to cut 112k jobs
But admits to further restructuring.
 
 
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