Archive for February, 2010

LG introduced has introduced its new EL9500 15″ OLED TV. This spectacular device is set to hit the United States in mid-2010 with a price tag of $2,500. More »

From Htcyou: Formerly known as the “Bravo,” the Desire was publicly demonstrated by HTC, and it is a wonder. Technically almost identical to the Nexus One, the Desire, with its 3.7″ AMOLED (800 x480) display and 1GHz Snapdragon processor will be available in Europe around Q2. More »

From Htcyou: …and it is a beauty that is carved from a single piece of aluminum like Apple’s unibody MacBook Pro (my favorite computer). The Legend’s design is something to behold, but under the hood, it is magnificent too, including Android 2.1, HTC Sense UI, AMOLED, and so forth. More »

Whoever downloads Apple iTune’s 10,000,000,000th song will win a $10,000 iTunes store gift card. Apple expects the milestone to be surpassed during February. More »

From Htcyou: Kind of lost in all of the hubbub of Mobile World Congress busyness - and criminally so since this is a promising looking phone - is Acer’s second big Android smartphone, the E400, which uses Android Eclair 2.1 and is a mere 12mm thin. More »

From Ningin: via Wirebot: Microsoft Ends Xbox Live Support For Older Games. Is This A Flaw In Microsoft’s Centralized Online System? God of War 1 and 2 Story Told In 9 YouTube Segments

via Ziggytek: Windows Phone 7 News Conference BlackBerry Stops Bullet

via HTCYou: Adobe Officially Shows off Flash for Android and Windows Mobile

via Ningin: BoA and Charice BREAK OUT into US radio charts Hot or Not? 15-year-old f(x) Sulli posing for “Oh! Boy”

via Rekuru: Death Comes to Japan

via Flaunt Me: Travel-friendly Beauty Products at

via GirlyBubble: Amanda Seyfried — girl can sing. via BlitzNation: The Future 40, Prospect 8: Greg Hardy Scouting Report

via CrazySingleLife: OTP (On The Prowl)

via SwanDiary: Stay the night in a vampire suite More »

Even though Google and Apple has had a rocky relationship over the past few years, Google’s mobile engineering executive Vic Gundotra insists that “Apple is a very close and valuable partner.” Recently, there was gossip that Steve Jobs flatly proclaimed privately that he “hates” Google CEO Eric Schmidt, whose company supposedly refrained from allowing multi-touch on its Nexus One so as not to anger Apple. Last week, an OTA update enabled Google’s smartphone to perform multi-touch in Google Maps, Browser, and Gallery. More »

From Htcyou: Mobile World Congress –Huawei announced 4 Android smartphones, the highlight being the U8800, which is a powerhouse 3.8″ Android 2.1 unit with the world’s first HSPA+. The company also showcased three budget handhelds: the U8300, U8100, and U8110. More »

An Indian start-up company has set its cross-hairs on Apple’s iPad. The Notion Ink Adam tablet runs Android and has a multi-touch Pixel Qi display, which could equal Apple’s multi-touch technology. More »

From Wirebot:

Today at X10 Microsoft unveiled their Windows Phone 7 with Xbox LIVE integration. This feature allows users to sign in with their gamer tag and view a mobile version of their dashboard. Now you’ll be able to read the Spotlight feed, view which Achievements you are missing, and even play downloadable XBLA games. More »

Check e-mail, text your friends, call your mom, stop a bullet… Wait, what? That’s right. Stop a bullet. An Ohio woman said she was saved from an accident gunshot by her BlackBerry. More »

Today, Microsoft announced the launch of its new Windows Phone 7 at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain. The conference took place at 9AM EST and trickles of videos are starting to leak out. More »

Researchers from Argonne’s Center for Nanoscale Materials are working with doctors from the University of Chicago Brain Tumor Center to develop new nanotechnology in the fight against brain cancer. More »

Here is yet another category for computers. A few days ago, HP announced its Android powered tablet, “smartbook.” It is not a “netbook” and not a “smartphone,” but featuring a touchscreen and 3G, the Airlife 100 is a “smartbook.” I remember rolling my eyes when smaller SUVs began being called SAVs. More »

From Htcyou: In addition to showing Flash 10.1 on an HTC HD2 (Windows Mobile 6.5) and the Nexus One, Adobe hopes that AIR will allow easy cross-platform integration with so many different operating systems powering smartphones. More »

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