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Disney 3D Android Smartphone

Posted in Disney by Conner Flynn on January 28th, 2011

Disney has released some more details about their new Android based 3D smartphone. The Disney 3D Android smartphone will be available in Japan and will have access to the Disney Market and is based on the Sharp Galapagos 003SH.

It features a 3.8 inch touchscreen 3D display, a 9.6 megapixel camera, a 1GHz Snapdragon processor, built in WiFi, GPS, Bluetooth, a TV tuner and an e-wallet function. Buyers will also get a unique @disney.ne.jp email address.

Disney announces smartphones

Posted in Disney by Conner Flynn on January 17th, 2011

Disney Mobile will be unveiling a new range of Disney smartphones that your kids will definitely want. They will actually be rebranded Sharp Galapagos 003SH phones, that have 3D screens that don’t require special glasses, not brand new models.

Some features of these kid friendly phones include 3.8″ 3D-displays, a 9.6 megapixel camera, and Android 2.2. They will also come with a special @disney.ne.jp MMS address, Disney home screens, apps, widgets, emoticons and specially designed covers. No info on pricing yet, but they will be available in February.

Netflix licenses more TV for streaming from ABC/Disney

Posted in Netflix by Conner Flynn on December 8th, 2010

Netflix was rumored to be offering to pay $100,000 per episode for these shows. We don’t know if that was the price or not, but the company has reached a new deal with Disney-ABC Television Group that keeps episodes of shows like Lost on your streaming list and adds some new ones.

The delay time for adding new episodes is 15 days minimum so they will arrive soon. You can look forward to every single episode of Scrubs, Ugly Betty and Reaper due in 2011, plus expanded offerings from Disney Channel and ABC Family.

Disney Epic Mickey Paintbrush Controller and Remote Charger

Posted in Wii by Conner Flynn on November 30th, 2010

Disney’s Epic Mickey launches today and the accessories are already making a splash as well. Many Disney fans are looking forward to this Wii game and will want these controllers for the game to complete the experience.

The epic Mickey Paintbrush Controller for Wii and the Epic Mickey Remote Charger for Wii are both available at Toys ‘R’ Us. The Paintbrush Controller retails for $24.99 and the Epic Mickey Remote Charger is $49.99. Grab both and settle in for a fun game night.

Sony Walkman S-Series goes Disney

Posted in Walkman by Conner Flynn on November 19th, 2010

Japan loves Disney. They also love Sony. So Sony has decided to cash on this with ‘Christmas gift boxes’. Included in the special gift box is the Sony Walkman S-Series ‘NW-S750/S750K’ that is Disney themed, a Minnie cell phone strap and a protective case imprinted with the famous mice.

If you love Disney, this may be for you. Sony has a version with speakers too, which will be made available in limited quantities in Japan for 17,800 Yen ($ 220) and $ 21,000 with speakers ($ 250).

Movie studios to bring pre-DVD streaming to PS3, Xbox, more

Posted in News by Conner Flynn on September 27th, 2010

Here’s more great news for PS3 and Xbox 360 owners. Disney, Sony and Warner are close to testing a system that would give Internet access to movies before they’ve reached Blu-ray or DVD. Disney would be the most aggressive and would allow viewers watch movies on any web-connected device and possibly the PS3 and Xbox 360 as well. Disney would likely be cautious at first, trying one movie under the plan in an early 2011 trial.

We aren’t sure if Apple would be involved, but Steve Jobs sits on Disney’s board of directors. In Demand, a partnership between Comcast, Cox and Time Warner, said through CEO Bob Benya that the collective is in talks for a similar option through cable TV and maybe online.

Disney launches new Social Media site

Posted in Disney by Conner Flynn on September 25th, 2010

Mickey and the gang are launching a new social media site called Disney Memories. The idea is to share your favorite memories about your experiences with Disney and its theme parks. So it is a lot of PR as well as Social media. Users can upload photos, videos, and talk about their experiences.

It should be noted that users will also be agreeing to the End User Licensing Agreement, which means that you agree to have your memories featured in the company’s Let the Memories Begin campaign. If selected your videos can appear in TV ads and be featured in Disneyworld’s Cinderella Castle and Disneyland’s It’s a Small World.

Disney wants technology standards for web-connected toys

Posted in Disney by Conner Flynn on September 13th, 2010

We don’t have much in the way of details at the moment, but Disney wants to have some order in the web-connected toys market. Whether that means a goofy doll that surfs the web or a Mickey Mouse ebook that updates with bedtime stories, we have no idea. The company’s consumer products division is all set to detail a proposal to establish a set of technology standards at the Engage Conference and Expo this month.

Armen Mkrtchyan, the head of Disney’s “Toymorrow” team will be laying out the plan. He will talk about what kinds of standards Disney is looking at, and how those standards could lead to cost-savings and “increased playability.”

Mickey Mouse remote control

Posted in Remotes by Conner Flynn on August 2nd, 2010

Hardcore Disney fans will love this. It’s a remote shaped like Mickey Mouse. I find it very creepy as it has the feet and the ears, with no face at all. It’s as if Mickey has invaded remote controls all over the world and has begun to morph into something new. Something deadly.

Thank god it’s exclusive to Japan. This Mickey Mouse remote control comes with a stand which are shaped like the mouse’s shoes. Other than controlling the TV there’s also a voice button so you can hear 9 popular Mickey Mouse lines.

Disney digital photo frames

Posted in Digital Photo Frames by Conner Flynn on June 16th, 2010

If you are a Disney fan who never grew up or if you have rugrats running around your home, you may want to check out these photo frames from Greenhouse Japan. They just announced three new digital photo frames with some of your favorite Disney characters.

The 3.5 inch digital photo frames looks more like a TV with Disney characters on board. It supports playback of the popular audio and video formats and has a built in FM radio. Onboard speakers deliver an output of 1W×2ch.

Pig faced Winnie the Pooh phone

Posted in Mobile Phones by Conner Flynn on April 18th, 2010

Attention all pig loving, mutant Winnie the Pooh loving types out there. We have a phone for you.The black dot on the nose of the pig face is a 0.3 mega-pixel camera. The eyes and mouth light up. Lights flash when you listen to music on the phone and it will blink in different colors all the time.

This pig phone is actually supposed to be Winnie the Pooh. But because they really have no legal right to make this Pooh phone, it looks like a pig-Pooh instead. Though for some reason they did put a Walt Disney logo on the back.

Disney DM005SH Diamond cellphone

Posted in Disney by Conner Flynn on March 15th, 2010

Disney fans will want to check out this new phone from Himfr, the DM005SH. The phone features 22 diamonds in several sizes, all arranged to make the Disney logo. Aside from diamonds, the DM005SH has an 8-megapixel camera and a 3.4-inch FWGA display.

It’s branded with the Disney name engraved on the phone’s keyboard and comes with pre-loaded Disney themes. No word on price, but rest assured, it won’t be cheap thanks to all those diamonds.

ESPN streaming coming to Xbox 360?

Posted in Xbox 360 Elite by Conner Flynn on January 19th, 2010

Cable and satellite TV are dying a slow Zombie death. The limbs are continually cut off, but the head has so far managed to avoid a kill shot. We wonder how much longer they can survive. The New York Times is reporting that some dealings are going down between Microsoft and Disney. The focus of these dealings is ESPN streaming on the Xbox 360.

Apparently live streams of sporting events could come to the console with the viewer paying a subscriber fee. There would also be related interactive games. None of this is confirmed, so don’t take it as fact just yet. Though we do love the idea.

Mickey Mouse digital photo frame

Posted in Digital Photo Frames by Conner Flynn on December 14th, 2009

Mickey Mouse digital photo frameYou may think that Star Wars is the king of Merchandising, but Disney never sleeps either. Not when there are cheap products that can have Mickey and Minnie mouse plastered all over them, along with the typical mouse “ears”.

Now Mickey Mouse fans in Japan have something new to spend their money on. This ultra-small digital photo frame. It comes with a 1.5 inch LCD and 2 Megabytes of memory which will store 100 images. You can also use it as a keychain if you like.

Disney Digital Books interact with young readers

Posted in ebooks by Conner Flynn on October 1st, 2009

Disney Digital Books interact with young readersIf you want to instill a love of reading in your child early on, this may be a good way to do so. Disney’s new range of eBooks will feature a “Disney-level experience” according to the company. These eBooks feature a “look and listen” section for beginners, where the book will be read aloud by voice actors to a soundtrack and each word will be highlighted as it is being spoken.

That should learn them kids. If your child wants to read alone and finds a word he or she doesn’t recognize, they just click on it and a voice will read it to them. It’s a great visual way for kids to learn.


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