This is a discussion on Tech/Gadget News, Rumors and Reviews not necesarilly Android related within the Off-Topic Forum forums, part of the Off-Topic Area category; Originally Posted by Quicksilver7714 That's ridiculously expencive for a 3D TV. And its awful small. Maybe nobody can see the 3D because its too small. ...
Verizon iPhone hits the streets, fails to gather crowds
Verizon may have had its best sales day ever with the launch of the CDMA iPhone 4, but you wouldn't be able to tell if you parked outside a retail store this morning. Reuters reports that the usual hordes didn't show up for the Verizon iPhone launch -- San Francisco and New York flagship Apple Store locations boasted as few as forty individuals in line -- and that by afternoon today, the initial shipment of devices were still in stock. Of course, the device had already been on sale for several days -- and face it, it's just a CDMA iPhone 4 -- but it's not often we get to see spectacles like the one on video above, shot at the Mall of America store.
Dang...there were more peeps turning out for the cheapie Augen Gentouch at KMart than this! LOL!
Beauty is in the eyes of the beerholder
They're just prototypes at this point and number only three, but the trio of Boxster E convertibles Porsche has produced could be a sign of very good things to come from the company. Of course there's the 918 RSR and 918 Spyder, but the former of those two is intended only for the track and the latter only for the incredibly wealthy. An EV Boxster could be attainable by the only moderately wealthy, though of course Porsche's giving no indication of price for these yet. Nor range, sadly, nor performance -- they're simply "rolling laboratories" that will provide data for future models to come. Sweet, sweet data.
All Cars Electric
Round Rock police responded to multiple 911 calls of a suspicious man carrying two metallic objects inside a building at Dell's HQ campus. The "biker," dressed in all black and wearing a skull mask, was yelling at people to "go to the lobby," according to police reports. The ensuing panic resulted in the arrest of two Dell employees charged with interfering with public duties and deadly misconduct. Now get this: the incident was the result of a marketing stunt gone horribly wrong with the purpose of internally promoting a new product for the Dell Streak tablet "which can interface with Harley-Davidson motorcycles." Because really, leather-clad motorcyclists are constantly complaining about the lack of peripherals for their choppers.
Anybody seen the new Bing HTML5 mobile portal?