Monthly Archive: April, 2011


The NEC CRV43 43-Inch Monitor introduced last year at CES is finally ready for release. This beautiful curved monitor features four DLP monitors sewn together for a high-end gaming session. With an incredible… Continue reading

Production of new Thunderbolt-equipped MacBook Air set to start in May

Apple has decided to begin shipping a refreshed version of the popular MacBook Air next month in an attempt to stave off dwindling sales of current Air models. Many users have bought MacBook… Continue reading

The Moog + iPad OMG-1 Synthesizer

Check out Eric Persing’s custom OMG-1 – a one of a kind synth which integrates the worlds of analog synthesis, computers, software synthesis and the latest multi-touch surfaces into one instrument. The OMG-1… Continue reading

Chromed Hummer!

Source: English Russia

iCade arcade cabinet for iPad starts selling at $100, already on backorder

The iCade gaming cabinet for the iPad, an April Fools’ joke that was just a fun idea this time last year, has gone and turned very real, replete with FCC certification and now… Continue reading

Adobe adds HTTP Streaming for iOS devices

Every iOS user has probably felt the need for an official Adobe Flash plugin, now Adobe has added HTTP Live Streaming to Flash Media Server thus making it possible for iOS devices like… Continue reading

At The Movies: Animated ‘Rio’ Outdoes Latest ‘Scream’ Film At Weekend Box Office

This weekend’s top 10 is as follows: 1 – “Rio,” $40 million. 2 – “Scream 4,” $19.3 million. 3 – “Hop,” $11.2 million. 4 – “Soul Surfer,” $7.4 million. 5 – “Hanna,” $7.3… Continue reading

iPad 2 Cases

Latest Acer Aspire Z5761 all-in-one PC

Acer Aspire has launched the Z5761, an all-in-one splendid LCD PC, with a configuration centered around the Intel Core i5, or for more needy users – Core i7. Boasting a 23-inch display and… Continue reading

Nokia X7 smartphone announced

Since Nokia has announced its partnership with Microsoft, the company hasn’t released any Windows Phone 7 device, but that doesn’t mean that Nokia will stop working on new devices of their own. Now… Continue reading