Go green! That seems to be the message on everybody's minds, including those who created the medals for the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver. These are certainly not your conventional medals, you know, the traditional circle with some sort of design on them, usually resembling medals the athletes have previously won, nothing too catchy. This bold new design gives competitors a new incentive to win and helps the environment at the same time. What could be better than that?
Every medallion is constructed, at least partly from recycled circuit boards. Weighing a whopping 500-576 grams, the medals have a unique design, due to the fact that the circuit boards were recycled beyond recognition.
I was watching my beloved Yankees win in extra innings last night and saw this interesting new commercial by Verizon. They are further adding onto their rivalry with AT&T and really putting the iDevice, as they call it, on blast. I've seen the "there's a map for that" ad, but this one really takes the cake!
Check out the website to see a list of things that the iDoesn't along with a cool animation and major hype of the Android platform.
This makes me feel good for two ways. Android is coming in a big way to Verizon, and Android is always welcome on the CDMA side of the spectrum. And this is FINALLY going to kill all the rumors of iPhone coming to Verzion, regardless of how stupid some of the logic is behind it!
I had to stop and think and compile an extended version, if you will, of things the iDoesn't do. Check them out after the break.
I know it's the NINTENDO Wii, but Nintendo isn't the only one to make controllers for this console. Nyko Technologies, which happen to be the premier video game accessories manufacturer, also have a controller compatible with the Wii, the Wii wand, which was previously available exclusively in white. This week, however, Nyko announced that it will be releasing this Wand in four exciting new colors: pink, blue, black, and purple.
Allowing customer access to more options to optimize their game play, the Marketing Director, Chris Arbogast, thought this was the right time to release the new Wands, stating,
We're rolling out new colors for the Wand just in time for the holidays.
Nintendo Wii products appear to be eternally concocting, and the crazy things creators have conjured up in the past have been mind-blowing. But this new product, announced at a trade show in Hong Kong, takes the cake.
This new piece of merchandise for the Wii has escalated the amazing-ness with a 1:1 scale Heckler & Koch MP5 sub-machine gun.
With the era of high definition gaming fully upon us, it was only a matter of time before someone would think of a way to take that technology to the portable gaming systems. It looks as though the folks over at Lenkeng, a Chinese retailer, have found a solution, at least for the PSP. For models 2000 and above, the LKV8000 PSP to HDMI Converter with Full Screen Display on HDTV will do exactly what the long item description says it will.
Before this box, when hooked up to an HDTV, the PSP would only display on part of the screen, transmitting in its native 480p. The LKV8000 takes advantage of your larger, widescreen display and comes with all the necessary cables and equipment to upconvert your output to 720p via an HDMI connection!
In bowling you only use one to mark a spare. Four of them are used to form the letter W. So ask Sir Tim Berners-Lee, creator of the World Wide Web, what his biggest mistake was. A reporter did in a recent interview and his reply was that he is apologetic for forcing our hand, quite literally, to type the two slashes after the "http" in URLs. And he should be sorry!
The simple double-click-like action has caused an increase in carpel tunnel, a decrease in index finger fat percentage, unnecessarily excessive wasteful paper usage (you know, because we all write out URLs with a pen) and overall outcry by the Foundation for Under-used Characters, or F.U.C., for short.
Blast you, Sir Tim Berners-Lee, for your uniquely cool hyphenated last name and your unadulterated love for Michael J. Fox's attempts at a straight line!