Domino’s being the clever marketing whores that they are, are now braving crime-ridden streets and delivering to Gotham city. They even have a New Gotham City Pizza that comes in a special Gotham City Pizza Box, and is available for $9.99 through July 27. The special delivery box comes in four varieties that show off different parts of the Dark Knight’s costume: mask, arm gauntlets, chest emblem, and utility belt. The pizza itself has 50% more pepperoni than usual. Check out a video below of a delivery in action.
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Onda announced their latest portable media player with some cool features, the VX777. This one comes with WiFi and internet radio and looks like it may even incorporate a touch-screen. It boasts a 4.2” color TFT with a resolution of 480 X 272. Is this the first MP3 player from China that does WiFi?
It sports a 3000mAh battery, good for 30 hrs of audio and 10 hrs of video playback. Plus it has support for almost all the major formats except OGG, has a built-in speaker, a TV-out connection. Some other features:
Samsung’s P960 is a super nice looking cell phone that is also a mobile entertainment center, with a cute retro antenna. It’s touted as being the first slider handset with mobile TV support for Europe. Up to this point, supported Euro mobile TV standards are DVB-CBMS and OMA-BCAST.
Unfortunately, those of us living in North America probably won’t be getting toys like this one anytime soon as we lag far behind other countries where mobile TV is concerned.
Normally, you could use Microsoft Excel to create that business model for your next multi-million dollar idea, or you could calculate last month’s sales for your other business, but I think the thing to do would be to play classic arcade games on it. Games should always win over business.
If you live in Japan, programming video games using Excel Visual Basic macros is kind of an art form. People over there have recreated everything from Pac-Man to Space Invaders and Missile Command. With nice detail I might add. How about a spreadsheet game of Donkey Kong, Dig Dug and Tetris? Even Arkanoid.
Motorola unveiled this week a new mobile television which also offers navigation and other features. It is called the Mobile TV DH02 and there was no specific pricing or availability information announced as of yet.
The Motorola Mobile TV DH02 is designed to be what Motorola calls “an all-in-one personal entertainment and navigation device.” To that end it sports a touchscreen interface “with intuitive click, drag and scroll icon-based menus.” It is capable of being a live DVB-H television with PVR abilities or a GPS device with map views, points of interest and voice-activated directions.
Now here is something you don’t see every day. This Siftables prototype designed by David Merrill and Jeevan Kalanithi at MIT was created to give some physical interaction between you and your information and media. These guys jumped right past moving things around on the screen “Minority Report” style, and provided these little independent devices each with their own display that interact with each other and you computer.
Each device also contains a 3-axis accelerometer to sense movement and it’s current position, Bluetooth, Flash memory, its own processor, infrared, a touch sensitivity and a little battery battery. According to the designers, the Siftables take advantage of the humans ability to sift and sort through a number of small items with their hands, while at the same time keeping their mind on the larger goal.
Forget those six packs of cold beer growing old in your frig – get it instead fresh from the keg as you use the miracle of a dispenser to get your beer buzz on. Greet your professional installer with hugs as he wheels this Integrated Draught Beer Dispenser into your home.
The distributor of the Integrated Draught Beer Dispenser says this contraption is ready to dispense beer within five minutes of installation, with no need to chill a keg in advance. It is compatible with a variety of different size kegs and comes with its own CO2 canister so you have plenty of suds from the very beginning.
Today, iLuv revealed a bunch of new ipod and iphone accessories that are all about the bling. These are perfect for Paris Hilton types or the super girlly. Valentine’s day is upon us, so if you guys have some serious apologizing to do with your girl, or if you are just looking to score some points, you know what to do. The i80 series of headphones and cases should do the trick. One of the new earphones is the i83 Crystal In-ear Earphones for $39.99 with In-line Volume Control and the $39.99 i84 Crystal Ear Clips.
There’s also two accessory packages that come with matching earphones and case. The golden i80 accessory package comes with Crystal In-ear Earphones with In-line Volume Control and a matching holster Case for the iPhone and is priced at $69.99. Next is an i82/i81 combo that combines Crystal Hands-free Ear Clips with In-line Microphone and Volume Control with a matching Holster Case for your iPhone at the same price. The accessories are available in gold, pink or silver for $69.99.
When geeks set out to make home theaters, the results are often astounding, with some very cool themes. Often based on Sci-Fi flicks, these amazing works of art are expensive labors of geek love. I proudly present some of the cooler home theaters that have recently caught our eye.
It’s tough to give a good one-line summary of this new mobile handset from Nokia because as the younger sibling to the N95, this multimedia computer has a lot to live up to. Fortunately for us it appears to be handling it quite well.
For starters the N96 doubles the internal storage capacity providing a 16GB capacity that can be expanded further with MicroSD cards. It also packs in a 5 megapixel camera with a Carl Zeiss lens allowing quality photos and video to be shot at 30 frames per second. Video and DVB-H TV (if you are near it) can then be displayed on a generously sized 2.8 inch QVGA display. Bluetooth, Wi-Fi and A-GPS round out the connectivity of this HSDPA 900/2100 MHz phone.
Another impressive new Fujifilm digital shooter making the rounds this past week was the Fujifilm FinePix S1000fd. The company says this camera has the distinction of being the word’s smallest 12x optical zoom model on the market at the moment.
The Fujifilm FinePix S1000fd, priced at around $250, sports 10-megapixels, face detection technology with automatic red eye removal and a new panoramic shooting mode. It also has a 2.7-inch LCD display and electronic viewfinder.
This particular Fujifilm SLR-like digital camera will ship in April. You can get the full details after the jump.
Fujifilm showcased this week, among other digital cameras, a new addition to its F-Series line up. This new one is the Fujifilm FinePix F100fd, priced at around $380.
The Fujifilm FinePix F100fd is a 12-megapixel shooter outfitted with a Fujinon 5.0x wide angle optical zoom lens and a 2.7″ wide angle view LCD. Chief among the features of this model, said Fujifilm, is “Wide Dynamic Range, Dual Image Stabilization, Face Detection 3.0 Technology with an Automatic Red Eye Removal function and ISO settings of up to an unprecedented ISO 12800.”
The FinePix F100fd is expected to debut this March. Get the full details after the jump.
Fujifilm was showing off this week its most advanced SLR styled digital camera to date. It is called the Fujifilm FinePix S100FS and pricing is set around $800.
The Fujifilm FinePix S100FS is a 11-megapixel shooter with a 14.3x Fujinon manual zoom lens, 2.5-inch tiltable LCD screen and ISO capabilities up to ISO 6400. Featured technologies on this prosumer SLR include dual image stabilization, face detection with red eye removal and film simulation modes.
Fujifilm expects to make this camera available in February. You can get the full details on the FinePix S100FS after the jump.
Fujifilm is another company showing off this week some new digital cameras. One of these, for those prosumers out there, is the SLR-like Fujifilm FinePix S8100fd. It is priced at around $400.
The Fujifilm FinePix S8100fd offers up a 10-megapixel experience and is outfitted with a “Fujinon 18x Wide Angle Optical Zoom fixed lens, which offers a 27mm-486mm equivalent.” It is a sealed, fixed lens system to keep out dust as well as perhaps helping to cut price. Major features include enhanced face detection technology, dual image stabilization and a 2.5-inch wide LCD display.
The FinePix S8100fd should be available in March. For full details, check out the press release after the jump.
Motorola is bringing to CES its usual portfolio of intriguing devices. One of the most intriguing is its new Motorola Mobile TV DH01, a portable media player style device which acts like a DVR for letting you view and record live television on the go.
The Motorola Mobile TV DH01 is a lightweight, pocket sized PMP, according to Motorola. It works off of a non-proprietary system and supports the DVBH broadcasting standard. Sporting a 4.3-inch display, the DH01 lets you view live television where signal reception is possible. DVR functionality allows you to record television to an inserted SD/MMC memory card. Motorola says you can fit 90 minutes of television video on a 256MB card.
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