“The suits are creeping out from behind… What are you doing (man)? I’m just humping this notebook, whats the deal, chill out dude???” … or is it really douchebag TV
dont worry… its OK
You can now go to Google’s website and pay Google directly for a phone that bears the search giant’s corporate logo and the rather boring name of Nexus One. (Even if it is named after a robot in Blade Runner.)
This is quite a shift from the company’s original stance as a neutral distributor of the Android mobile operating system, used by multiple carriers on multiple handsets. Now Google is competing with the very manufacturers that use its OS.
Building the Nexus One (or, to be precise, contracting HTC to build it) may well tick off Google’s current and future Android partners. So, what features were so important to Google that it would take that risk?”
another piece of PR compliements of WIRED
“We knew e-books would be a hot item at this year’s show, but the surprise is that there are so many large format readers. Samsung’s small range tops out with a 10-incher, which joins the Kindle DX in its new international clothing, and Plastic Logic’s enormous 8.5 x 11-inchQue proReader.
Samsung’s e-books, the E6 and E101, look just like any other black and white e-ink device. When you’re done reading either of the 6- or 10-inch books, though, you can pull out a stylus and start scrawling. These sticks come in various thicknesses and use “electromagnetic resonance” to draw lines on the page.”
“LAS VEGAS — Dell is poised to flood the market with a whole range of tablets, from tiny iPhone-sized handsets to big media players. At CES this morning, Dell’s marketing boss Michael Tatelman gave us a teasing sneak peek.
The handset he showed us, seen above, is a skinny sliver with a 5-inch screen and runs the Android operating system. It will probably never make it into stores, but Tatelman said that there are plenty of tablets, of all shapes, sizes and operating systems living in the Dell labs and aimed at going on sale as soon as possible.
Recognising that a large number of ATV’s sold in Europe are used on-road, Polaris created the Revolver Concept.
The Polaris Revolver is a purpose built vehicle designed to deliver good off-road performance combined with a new level of on-road capability.
The Polaris Revolver is powered by a 500cc liquid-cooled 4-valve engine mated to a 5-speed transmission driving the wheels which are wrapped in on-road tires.
Mattias Vöx (a car builder at Koenigsegg supercars)
has commisioned Vizualtech to design the new project.
“Honda is not a car company”
It’s fairly common knowledge that a $100,000 Corvette ZR1 shares much of its steering wheel with a $20,000 Chevy Cobalt. You can also find a VW key fob swabbed with leather when you ignite the W16 in a Bugatti Veyron, but we wanted to know more. Our friends at The Car Lounge helped a great deal by showing us some of the lesser known “common parts” between the cars below and their more exotic and luxurious brethren.
now we can upload and resize pictures directly on site without using an FTP client w. separate login! sweet!!! if you need to know how ask me – firstname.lastname@example.org
What Surface Continuity is Quietly Telling Us
“Now here’s the rub: How many of these are appropriately utilizing the form language of utility and how many are not? How many are tangentially sculpted because of the tools of creation (tangent-restricted solid modeling software)? How many are consciously designed to produce a relevant user experience? The DeWalt drill of course is right on the mark, the Emeco Navy Chair absolutely shouts utility, and all of the Dyson vacuums are Tangent porn as far as I can tell–functional engineering taken to a styled perversity–but it is the hoards of cell phones, MP3 players, computers, and multitudes of consumer electronics that lack much distinction or differentiation from each other.”
“Tobel, Switzerland – Ever since the Bugatti Veyron hit the scene, super car companies everywhere have been aiming to depose it is the most sought-after speed machine.”