Archive for May, 2010

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From Ningin: via Wirebot: Limited Edition Iron Man Nike Shoes Make up for Lack of Quality Games Nintendo Unveils Pokemon: White and Black Release Date + Cover Pokemon

via Ziggytek: 4Food: Apple Resturant? MSI 10-Inch Wind Pad 100: Windows 7 Slate

via HTCYou: Google Now Uses Mostly OS X and Linux

via Ningin: Wonder Girls / 2PM Decathlon: Day 3 Wonder Girls / 2PM Decathlon: Day 2 Results

via Rekuru: Human version of Neon Genesis Evangelion opening

via BlitzNation: Will Reggie Bush Lose His Heisman Trophy?

via FlauntMe: Get This Look - Summer Goddess

via GirlyBubble: Every Hello Kitty blog post we’ve featured, ever

via SwanDiary: The Lost Boys 3: The Thirst trailer

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Projections are through the roof for iPad sales after Apple announced that it has sold more than 2 million units globally. While the iPad has been on sale for almost 2 months in the States, it hit retailers before this weekend in Canada, much of Europe, Australia, and parts of Asia, where it was welcomed with open arms. More »

From Htcyou: Due to security concerns about Microsoft Windows, everyone working at Google, including the Android OS team, is now being directed towards Mac OS X or Linux. If employees wish to use Windows to their own peril, they require “CIO approval.” More »

The mid-range Fermi graphics card GTX 465 that was benchmarked a few weeks ago is official. At $279 for the GTX 465 ($70 less than the GTX 470), NVIDIA puts Fermi into the hands of more PC gamers. More »

The $400 EP101TC is bargain 10″ slate running Windows Embedded Compact 7, while the EP121 is a higher-end $500 12″ capacitive multi-touch tablet that is powered by an Intel CULV Core 2 Duo processor and Windows 7 Premium. Both are expected to become available early next year. More »

This is the the MSI tablet that many geeks are holding their breaths for: with NVIDIA’s Tegra 2 SoC (which delivers an advertised 12-hours of battery life), the 10″ Wind Pad 110 runs Google Android 2.1 but sadly uses the same low-resolution 1024×600 capacitive touchscreen as the Wind Pad 100. More »

MSI is aggressively going after the iPad and will do so with the same strategy that Windows PC vendors have been using effectively for decades: offer variety to cater to more consumers. The Slatebook is a Windows 7 Intel Atom tablet scheduled for Q3. Today, MSI announced its 10″ (1024×600) Wind Pad 100 (which may be the same model) that runs Windows 7 and is an Intel x86 device that has HDMI, wireless, 3G, and a webcam. More »

From Htcyou: It looks like an Apple iPad but is a less than half the price and probably half as useful. Watch the aPad - not to be confused with the iPed that has been receiving plenty of press in Asia - a 7-inch Android 1.5 tablet with wireless and GPS in action to determine if it is worth your hundred bucks. More »

Slashgear sinks its teeth into Samsung’s most ambitious smartphone to date, the proprietary Bada operating system Wave, which is powered by the company’s own much touted ARM 1GHz Hummingbird processor, 3.3″ Super AMOLED display (800×480), and 2Gb of memory. More »

For a day, obsolete iPhones were cool again. On Saturday, the users at Modmyi forum had the iPad’s invidious Netflix app running, very poorly, on jailbroken iPhones, but Netflix/Apple has since disabled it. More »

From Htcyou: In record time, programmers are rooting devices that are not yet for public sale. Sprint’s WiMAX Evo 4G is the latest to receive the treatment, and several posters on XDA Developers have also put an Android 2.2 FroYo ROM onto the super-phone. More »

Smartphone competition is at an all time high this year. There is no shortage of performance, pricey models to choose from. However, one handset features something that nothing else does: WiMAX 4G. Sprint is the first carrier to use 4G speeds, and its HTC Evo 4G, running Google’s Android 2.1 Eclair, is the other hotly anticipated smartphone to be released in June. More »

Like most of Stuart Hughes‘ extravagant items, the solid platinum £299,995 iPad SUPREME Edition may exist only in his mind, but it is a fun conversation piece. More »

From Htcyou: Is this a clear sign that T-Mobile is struggling to move MyTouch 3G Slide pre-orders? Certainly. Companies do not, out of generosity, just routinely lower prices on unreleased products. $180/$200 was ridiculous, and although $50 is an appreciable cut, I cannot help but pine for the Motorola Droid for the same amount. More »

On July 6th, champagne corks will fly, as restaurant 4Food opens its doors on New York’s famous Madison Avenue. The establishment’s hook is that it is modeled after an Apple Store, dispenses free Wi-Fi, equips its waiters with an iPad, and features a 240-square-foot screen that streams Tweets. Also, 4Food is giving away 4 iPads to lucky winners. More »

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