this is awesome! Watch it all the way to the end. :) very very original and creative.
April 27, 2009
April 26, 2009
check out the nervous breakdown the guy has at the beginning of this. He runs out of change at the car wash with a soapy car; then goes into an emotional meltdown and beats the roof of his car … And then from nowhere comes a load of soapy water splashing the hood of his car … ROTFLMAO …
April 25, 2009
April 23, 2009
Very good news, mangaka Rumiko Takahashi is finally starting on her next manga now that the epic Inuyasha is over with. And the best part is that her next series will be simultaneously published online in English for North American audiences.
Takahashi’s new series will be called RIN-NE, and will be about ghosts and hauntings…
The manga is set to be published weekly in Shonen Sunday magazine in Japan with simultaneous weekly chapters for North America being posted at www.theRumicWorld.com meaning no lag time for American maga fans. Nice!!
check out the full article at Comic Press.
Sweet, this is great news!
April 23, 2009
April 23, 2009
We’ve already heard plenty of talk that Acer would be rolling out one or more Android phones this year, but it looks like the company’s head of mobile phone products, Aymar de Lencquesaing, has now come out and made the clearest statement yet on the matter, saying that while Acer has “not made any formal announcement of an Android-based device,” it is “likely that we’ll have one in 2009.” No more details beyond that, unfortunately, but there has been some speculation that Acer’s first Android phone would be known as the A1, which may or may not be similar to the mysterious C1 touchscreen phone pictured above, and could land as soon as September. In related news, Acer has also reaffirmed its commitment to become one of the top five handset makers by 2012, adding that it would need to sell 20 to 25 million devices a year to meet that goal.
April 20, 2009
Truthfully, we wouldn’t put too much stock in that headline considering that Samsung Mobile Display, a company that makes its ends off of sellingactive-matrix OLEDs, is the source. But on the other hand, we can definitely see it coming to fruition. According to a new report, said outfit has stated that OLED screens of some sort will be on over half of all mobile phones (not just smartphones, mind you) within the next five years, and that these same power-sipping displays will be on 20 percent of digital cameras and 30 percent of portable game players (PSP2, anyone?) within the same window of time. While it may seem a bit far-fetched now, we actually have good reason to believe that OLED adoption will indeed skyrocket on the small scale; it’s those big screen TVs that we’re worried only our grandchildren will truly enjoy.From what I have seen of OLED screens, the colors and resolutions are fantastic compared to current screens.