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TattooMyHTC launched for the HTC Tattoo

Posted in HTC by Conner Flynn on October 13th, 2009

TattooMyHTC launched for the HTC TattooHTC has now launched its TattooMyHTC service that allows customers to customize their HTC Tattoo smartphone starting at €11.99. It’s the first Android smartphone from HTC with removable covers (remember Nokia faceplates?).

A pre-made design will start at €11.99 but if you want to use your own design you will have to add another €3. You can make it however you like it. TattooMyHTC is available only for the HTC Tattoo, but more devices might be added later if HTC makes new handsets with changeable covers.

Vodafone launching HTC Tattoo in October

Posted in HTC by Conner Flynn on September 22nd, 2009

Vodafone launching HTC Tattoo in OctoberVodafone has confirmed that it will be launching the HTC Tattoo next month. It’s being positioned as an entry-level model with some customization options. The Tattoo features a 2.8-inch resistive touchscreen with the HTC Sense UI and replaceable covers.

Some other features include a 3.2-megapixel fixed-focus camera, dualband 900/2100MHz HSPA, WiFi b/g and Bluetooth, 3.5mm headphone jack, microSD card slot and USB 2.0 connectivity.

Guy gets Palm Pre tattoo to win free phone

Posted in Palm by Conner Flynn on July 19th, 2009


There’s a select group of people living among us that make no sense at all. Like this guy, who is willing to endure a painful and permanent tattoo in order to win a Palm Pre. Hell, just buy the phone. It’s not nearly as painful and in a few years you’ll be on to the next big phone.

Obviously the dude wanted his fifteen minutes of fame. It looks more like 15 minutes of lame. This guy and the Zune guy need to get together and talk about their next project. They would make quite a team.

11 questionable video game tattoos

Posted in Games by Conner Flynn on June 7th, 2009

Video Game TattoosWe thought we would take a look at some questionable gaming tattoos. The kind that are either a bad idea or not well thought out, or just plain wrong. Gamers love getting tattoos of their favorite characters, but sometimes, they just need a friend to stop them from making a horrible mistake.

Friends don’t let friends make bad tattoo decisions. Unless both of you have been drinking heavily anyway. Some of the images are NSFW. Click through to check them all out.

Robot Ink: 20 awesome robot tattoos

Posted in Robots by Conner Flynn on January 20th, 2009

Robot Ink: 20 awesome robot tattoosOver at Botropolis we have a compilation of awesome robot tattoos. If you’re gonna get some ink, consider getting something in the likeness of our future lords and masters. You never know, those who carry the mark of the bot may be spared on that future day of reckoning when the rest of us are all just charred corpses.

Zune limited edition artist series

Posted in Zune by Conner Flynn on September 19th, 2008

Zune limited edition artist seriesWe love our devices, but at the same time, they all look the same. That’s why Zune Originals has announced a new series of artist editions for the MP3 player. Put a tattoo on your Zune. Some of the new artists include Aya Kato and Matt W. Moore. They join longstanding Zune affiliates Sam Flores and Kenzo Minami in providing “tattoos” for your Zune. Just pick out a new Zune from the online store and then choose your favorite design for engraving.

Inkjet tattoo paper makes you look tough, no pain

Posted in Home by Conner Flynn on April 4th, 2008

Inkjet Tattoo paper makes you look tough, no pain
Want a tattoo but can’t stand the idea of a ink filled needle jabbing you a million times? Well girlly-man, you can rest easy, because now you can just print designs out and have a temporary tattoo. Whether you want the “I’ve been to prison” look, or even if you are a young and loose female wanting a unique tramp-stamp to lure the man-meat, it’s now easy.

Just create your own tattoo design, then once it’s printed you just need to apply an adhesive sheet to the printout and smooth out any bubbles. When you remove the adhesive sheet, the printed tattoo will remain with a sticky surface allowing it to be applied to your skin with a wet sponge. They’re water-based and non-toxic. If you avoid bathing they will stay on you for about a week, otherwise they can easily be removed with soap and water.