If you’re obsessed with Facebook like most of the world and you want to show it, then this Facebook “Like” Hanger is just for you. Treat it just like any other wall hook, just screw the “Like” hanger on the wall via a permanent hook and then hang whatever you want. As long as you’re willing to pay $39.90 for this hook, you can buy whatever you “like.”
Made from acrylic, this hook is approximately 3” x 2.8” x 0.6” and is handcrafted.
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9 to 5 Mac has just released a video and screenshots of what seems to be a new gestured-based control feature on iOS 5 beta. The new video shows that future iPhone and iPads could possibly do away with all physical buttons, save for the on/off button.
The new onscreen controls show the ability to change screen orientation, raise and lower volume, and to even lock the screen. The panel is activated with a swipe from a user-designated corner on the device’s screen and once the panel is activated, a HUD (heads-up-display) menu will appear.
Could this feature just be a feature that users can turn on and off at their desire or does this signal the future of Apple devices? Check out the video below.
According to The Wall Street Journal, the iPhone 5 is becoming more and more like the iPhone 3GS—that is, a minor update (looking similar to the current iPhone 4), rather than a major redesign, becoming more thinner, featuring an upgraded 8 megapixel camera as well as a new dual-core chip.
We might, however, see a major revamp in design with the iPhone 6 next year. One source said that Apple has been experimenting with a new way of charging the phone. With Apple’s plan to eliminate the USB cable with the upcoming iPhone to sync your phone with your computer, this seems like the more logical plan on an upgrade. But how will they do it?
Techno Buffalo have come up with one theory featuring the Palm Pre Touchstone dock (picture right), which shows that charging can be done without the need for a cable. One obstacle that Techno Buffalo have come up with is the notion of portable charging, i.e. charging in the car. Apple not only needs to find a way to charge without the use of a cable, but also find out a way so that it’s portable.
What do you think? Is this the future for Apple as well as other phones?
Even though Sony have stated that they wouldn’t be releasing a new console any time soon, they have their Taiwan-based partners, Foxconn and Pegatron Technology, set up to begin production on the PlayStation 4 (PS4) at the end of this year and to be released in 2012, according to DigiTimes.
This is most likely a move to compete against Nintendo’s Wii U next year. They plan on shipping at least 20 million units next year. The PS4 will feature body movement-based control like Microsoft’s Kinect.
This comes as a surprise since, after the unveiling of the Wii U, Jack Tretton, President and CEO of Sony Computer Entertainment of America believed that Sony does not see the Wii U as a reason to get started on the PS4.
According to Techno Buffalo, Tretton believes that the PS3 is just getting started.
PlayStation 3 is really just hitting its stride. And technologically, I don’t think it’s possible to provide any advancement beyond what we have…
…What we have seen from the competition is trying to add features that already exist in PlayStation 3. We have heavily in that, we rolled a very heavy rock up a steep hill, through the launch period. But now I think that all pays off, and we’ve got a long run way behind it. So, I wouldn’t look for any discussion of a next generation PlayStation for quite some time.
What do you think about this move? Would the new PlayStation just degrade the PlayStation Move?
Happy July 4th everyone! We have some iPhone 5 and iPad 3 news to get you through the holiday!
According to Digitimes, Taiwan-based companies responsible for making components of the iPhone 5 and iPad 3 have begun to prepare materials for the production for the two devices, which are likely to launch in September and hit the market in October.
The iPhone 5 will sport a Sony-sourced 8 megapixel CMOS (complementary metal-oxide-semiconductor) camera sensor and the iPad 3 will feature a 250 dpi display, which allows for a thinner and lighter design, according to Digitimes’ sources.
Their sources have also stated that 6-7 million iPhone 5 units are expected to be shipped. Add iPhone 4 shipments to that number and the total iPhone shipments in the third quarter are expected to be around 24-25 million units and carry over to the fourth quarter this year.
Apple is expected to ship more than 15 million iPad series products with the supply volume set to break 40 million units in 2011.
Having a perfect swing is a great thing to have but it’s often hard to train by yourself if you don’t know that much about golfing. You can put down that Wiimote, step away from the Wii and play like the pros in real life.
The Swingyde Golf Swing Training Aid attaches to the shaft of your golf club, and rests on your forearm (works for both left- and right-handed users), forcing your wrist to have the proper form when you swing. This improves your swing plane, club face alignment and most importantly, your follow through, resulting in a straighter hit as well as further distance.
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As you can see from the user reviews, this gadget actually works. Despite being a little cumbersome to switch from club to club, users will actually see results in their golf swing.
Admit it, you’re addicted to the Angry Birds app and you can’t get enough of it. But what happens if your beloved gadget runs out of battery from playing too much Angry Birds? Fortunately, you can play the game outside in real life (where no birds or pigs are harmed while playing).
When it comes to Angry Birds, everybody loves the ability to wreak havoc on the intricately designed contraptions the pigs are in but with this game, you’ll be able to test your creativity and create your own structures.
The game includes three Angry Birds, green pigs, a slingshot-style launcher, structure pieces and mission cards. Players draw a card and build the structure that the card shows before their opponents launch an Angry Bird to try and demolish it, and the pigs down to win points.
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