On Thursday, Cudi returned to L.A. and performed “Symphonies (Remix)” with Dan Black. Then at the 2:05 mark, a fan hops onto the stage and plants a wet one on the side of Cudi’s face. This time around, the rapper kept his composure and continued the song without incident.
CASIO G-SHOCK enters a colorful month for March as we preview some of the upcoming watches. Focusing away from the usual gang of DW-5600 and DW-6900s, the GA0110 model becomes the focus of this upcoming drop. A total of five models include some notable colors under the Hyper Colors pack including orange, yellow, blue, green and a multi-colored special edition piece as well. Available next month at select CASIO G-SHOCK dealers.
Having built a solid reputation and strong following throughout the past few years, Creative Recreation continues its onward march with a new set of colorways for Spring 2010, offered on three of the brand’s more popular styles. Both the Cesario and Testa, as well as the Dicoco, receive special color makeups, all being made exclusive to Barneys New York. A release is scheduled for this coming week, with retail set a $130-135 USD.
When the iPad was unveiled in January, everyone could agree on one thing: it did look a lot like a big iPhone. Begeek.fr extends Apple’s consistent design to its logical conclusion in the company’s next two revolutionary devices.
I hear the iBoard’s going to implement twenty finger multi-touch and the iMat’s even going to support Flash.
This is too funny to me…Smh iMat lmaoooo…
This isn’t confirmed, but with RIM rumored to be exploring sliding-QWERTY devices for a pretty long time, one of our BlackBerry connects dropped some info on us and we wanted it to share it. Here’s what we know:
- It’s a portrait-oriented slider. While most people assume a device with slideout keyboard would end up being something like HTC’s devices, we’ve been told this particular handset is more like the Palm Pre in terms of layout.
- The phone will run BlackBerry OS 6.0
- The rumored device will 100% support Wi-Fi 802.11n
- The resolution unfortunately has not improved, it is still 360×480.
- No word on if this will have a touch screen, but we’d assume so, and our source alluded to this possibly being what the rumored BlackBerry Magnum/Dakota evolved into. Not saying there won’t be a Bold-like device with touchscreen, optical trackpad, and physical keyboard, but this might be released first.
- If it does have a touch screen, this could in fact be the mythical BlackBerry Storm slider — picture a Storm 9520 with a slide up Bold-esque keyboard.
- The phone will not be a Verizon exclusive it’s supposed to be a GSM/HSPA device.
That’s all we’ve got for now, folks. What are you thinking? Does this remotely interest you, or could you care less about the hardware at this point and just hope that RIM can make some pretty big strides as far as their OS is concerned?
Here is some footage of of J. Cole’s set.
The US Geological Survey reported the large earthquake hit offshore from
In the Chilean capital Santiago, north of the epicentre, there were reports of
buildings shaking and blackouts.
The earthquake struck 56 miles northeast of Concepc at a depth of 34 miles.
It was initially reported at a magnitude of 8.3, reportedly lasting for 10 to
30 seconds. Geologists described the earthquake as “very big” and 80 times
bigger than the earthquake that hit Haiti earlier this year.
There were no immediate reports of casualties or damage.
The US Pacific Tsunami warning centre issued a tsunami warning for Chile and
Peru, and a tsunami watch for Ecuador.
It said it was not yet known if a tsunami had been caused but “an
earthquake of this size has the potential to generate a destructive tsunami
that can strike coastlines within hours.”
The centre warned authorities to take “appropriate action”.
In 1960, an earthquake measuring 9.5 on the Richter Scale hi Valdivia in
Chile, killing up to 6,000 people and sparking a tsunami with waves as high
as 82 feet high.
Earlier on Saturday a powerful earthquake struck in the Pacific Ocean, about
50 miles off the southern Japanese island of Okinawa.
A tsunami warning was initially issued, but later lifted. There are no reports
of major damage or casualties.
The Japan Meteorological Agency gave the strength as 6.9, while the US
Geological Survey put it at 7.3.
Japan is frequently hit by earthquakes. In 1995, a 7.2 magnitude quake in the
port city of Kobe killed 6,400 people.
The latest tremor happened at 0531 on Saturday (2031 GMT on Friday).
Ivan Brackin, a broadcaster who lives on Yoron Island, said it was the biggest
quake he had felt in his 40 years in Japan, but there had been no visible
effects in his area.
“We’re 30 yards [metres] from the sea and no sign of a tsunami,” he
“I woke up to violent shudders that lasted about six seconds then a
pause followed by a couple of sharp jumps. Jumpers are the most dangerous so
that sent me under the desk.”
Last month more than 200,000 people were killed when a devastating earthquake
struck the Caribbean island of Haiti, leaving some 1.2 million people
homeless and prompting one of the largest ever international aid operations.
The 2010 Geneva Motor Show is just days away, and the list of vehicle debuts is seemingly never ending. Last week Techart announced that they would be bringing their modified 2010 Porsche 911 Turbo, and today the German tuner previewed two more new cars that will debut at the show.
The all-new version of the GTStreet R model. Based on the 2010 911 Turbo, the GTStreet R is about serious performance. The 3.8-liter twin-turbo flat-six produces 660 horsepower and 635 pound-feet of torque, and Techart claims a 0-100 km/h time of 3.5 seconds as well as a top speed of 214 mph. Providing the looks to go with the power is an aggressive aerodynamic kit that includes an adjustable rear spoiler and carbon fiber rear diffuser and front splitter.