Archive for April, 2010

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From Ningin: via Wirebot: Weekly Wirebot Giveaway: Monster Hunter 3 Alan Wake Pre-order Bonuses Announced

via Ziggytek: HP Slate: Windows 7 Tablet CANCELED? Lavish Toys: £240 Louis Vuitton iPad Sleeves

via HTCYou: LG Ally: aka Aloha Android Smartphone Commercial with Iron Man 2 (Video)

via Ningin: Weekly YesAsia: Boys Over Flowers OST Luxury Edition [Giveaways] Weekly YesAsia: You’re Beautiful Pig Rabbit Mobile Holder giveaway winner

via Flaunt Me: Heidi Klum Does the No Makeup Look

via GirlyBubble: Hello Kitty’s 35th Anniversary Theme Song: DBSK’s Colors~ Melody and Harmony

via BlitzNation: Chris Johnson Wants to Get PAID

via OMGHaute: Lady Gaga Makes the Time 100 List

via SwanDiary: City of Eternals, the world’s first free vampire multiplayer online game

via CrazySingleLife: Finally, I have a date (!!!) More »

From Htcyou: Yesterday’s BGR rumor has been ratified. Verizon is indeed getting an LG smartphone that runs Android 2.1, has a 5-megapixel camera, and a 1GHz Snapdragon processor, but it is not named the “Aloha.” More »

Although HP’s Slate has glaring shortcomings - 1024×600 screen, Atom processor - quite a few people have been looking forward to it as an iPad alternative. It now looks like HP is canceling the Windows 7 Slate and may forgo using Intel processors for all future tablets. More »

SmartDevices’ SmartQ R7 is a 7″ (800×600) color version of the Amazon Kindle but with touch capability and an open source operating system: Linux Ubuntu. More »

An eBay seller claims that his pre-release ATi Radeon 5970 Black Edition video card is genuine, functional, and carries the the manufacturer, XFX’s blessings. This is the world’s fastest GPU and is not commercially out yet, but currently, its top bid is $10,700. More »

Is $849 too much for a snazzy photo frame? Not if you are a museum curator or an art gallery manager. The polished anodized aluminum iBracket is $349, so add $500 for an entry iPad, and the combination is an interactive photo screen. More »

From Htcyou: It is too bad that the advertisement fails to show the device itself. I am not sure whom the commercial is shot for, but the masses who have not seen the phone want to see it. Verizon’s clip takes cues from The Matrixs vertical lines of code, which restate the Droid Incredible’s stalwart specs. Thanks to highly regarded new smartphones like the Droid Incredible, HTC is expecting total worldwide shipments to increase almost 50% for Q2. More »

Recipient of the Reddot Design Award for 2010, Asus‘ incoming 12″ EeePC 1218 ultra-portable laptop is svelte in its aluminum unibody, which has 3 USB (3.0?), HDMI, and other ports at the rear. I wish that Asus had excluded the huge VGA out. More »

From Ningin: via Wirebot: Scans from The Last Story, Exclusive Wii RPG from Final Fantasy creator Steam 4 Mac: What you should know

via Ziggytek: Microsoft Courier: dead for Now Photo of the Day: Brian J Hogan, iPhone Prototype “Finder”

via HTCYou: HP Compaq AirLife 100: Telefonica Movistar in May for €229

via Ningin: Super Junior Decathlon - Prize List Kick-Ass pin challenge winners 4/29

via Flaunt Me: Pro Picks: Lash Control - Say Goodbye to Clumps!

via GirlyBubble: Sushi for dinner or dessert?

via BlitzNation: The Jettison of Jamarcus

via OMGHaute: Summer Rompers

via SwanDiary: The Twilight Saga’s Bella Swan must choose between beastiality and necrophilia?

via CrazySingleLife: 5 first date fashion tips for men More »

“Finders keepers, losers weepers,” right? As it turns out, the finder might be the one crying in the Apple iPhone prototype scandal. 21-year-old Brian J. Hogan has been named as the discoverer of the lost device. His lawyer states that Gizmodo cajoled him into selling the unit, reassuring him “that there was nothing wrong in sharing the phone with the tech press.” Hogan’s story is that he thought he was selling the phone for Gizmodo to review, but Jason Chen instead proceeded to perform disective surgery on the invaluable prototype. More »

From Htcyou: LG’s LU2300 just launched in South Korea on Tuesday, but rumors that the same phone is the American “Aloha” has been circulating since early April. Today, BGR claims that one of its “Verizon Wireless guys” is telling the blog that the Aloha, with the same specs as the LU2300, is about to be unveiled. More »

In a minor tragedy for gadgetry, Microsoft has officially put the Courier tablet on indefinite hold, stating that it has “no plans to build such a device at this time.” It was too good to be true. Microsoft is still pursuing more tradition slate tablets, but the Courier was so amazing in its rendered videos. More »

Lining your front lawn with Moon Jars that glow amber or blue through their frosted glass can make you the envy of all your neighbors. When curious minds ask you where you got them from, and how much they cost… More »

I have always considered MSI to be the value conscious PC geek’s brand. None of the company’s designs is flashy, but reliability is usually solid, and so is price to performance. The GE600 is an $899.99 gaming laptop that has a 16″ LCD at 1366×768 pixels, which is actually a good resolution because it enables the middling Radeon Mobility 5730 to keep up nicely. More »

Coming in 2011 - better start saving those quids yesterday - are fancy Louis Vuitton cases for Apple’s iPad. $375 is quite a lot since these are not bespoke but are “off-the-rack” sleeves. Fashion designers have long ago realized that gadgets, particularly Apple gear, can be luxury commodities that herds of rich people use and want to accessorize. More »

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