Tag: design

VIZIO Jumps Into The PC, Laptop Game With New Products [CES]

VIZIO Jumps Into The PC, Laptop Game With New Products [CES]

| January 9, 2012 | Reply

Most people know Vizio for inexpensive but decent TV’s. More techy people know them for cheap tablets as well. Now you may know them for building sleek-looking computers that will hopefully be budget friendly as well. I don’t have any specs yet and they aren’t on the Vizio site but judging by looks I like […]

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Photoshop Can Do amazing Things Like Make Photos Without A Camera [video]

Photoshop Can Do amazing Things Like Make Photos Without A Camera [video]

| November 9, 2011 | Reply

  Photoshop is one of the most powerful programs there is to any person who works in a design industry. I consider myself to be decent at it. Then I watched this video and realized I sucked. Starting with some black blotches and brushes the creator ends up with an astonishingly real looking drawing. I […]

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The Elusive Watch Has No Face, But Still Tells Time

The Elusive Watch Has No Face, But Still Tells Time

| September 28, 2011 | Reply

It’s not a riddle. Yanko design has come up with a pretty interesting design for a watch. See, watches are always running currently. Either dials are moving or lcd’s are on showing you the time. But you really only need to know the time when you want to know the time, right? Here is the […]

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Facebook App Update Offers Honeycomb Support

Facebook App Update Offers Honeycomb Support

| September 13, 2011 | Reply

If you hadn’t noticed yet, Facebook received a bit of a facelift last night (see what I did there?). The official Facebook app updated to version 1.7 and now runs on Android tabs running Honeycomb (runs, but not necessarily at peak performance). Check out the list of 1.7 features: Made it easier to share with […]

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The Motorola Domino Is A Sleek, Weak And Cheap New Offering In China

The Motorola Domino Is A Sleek, Weak And Cheap New Offering In China

| August 2, 2011 | Reply

We have come to know Motorola for mostly stark edged design when it comes to cell phones. This goes all the way back to the Razr that brought them huge success. The Moto Domino is nothing like what you would be used to. It is all curved with rounded edges and a white shell, and […]

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Apple finishing up work on 15″ & 17″ ultra-thin MacBooks?

Apple finishing up work on 15″ & 17″ ultra-thin MacBooks?

| July 27, 2011 | Reply

According to MacRumors, Apple has new  ultra-thin 15-inc and 17-inch Mac notebooks in the works – and testing is already in its late stages. Rumor is that the two new notebooks will fall under the MacBook Pro branding - Ditching the current design of the MacBook Pro and joining the MacBook Air line with an ultra-thin […]

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Sony Bravia TVs Now Shipping With Gorilla Glass

Sony Bravia TVs Now Shipping With Gorilla Glass

| June 30, 2011 | Reply

When the original Motorola Droid came out, Gorilla Glass was relatively unknown. Then people started to notice the glass was very hard to scratch and very durable. Word came out that the glass used was made from Corning and labeled “Gorilla glass”. People immediately started to wonder if it could be made on larger devices […]

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Our Droid Charge initial review (Video)

Our Droid Charge initial review (Video)

| May 3, 2011 | Reply

Ive had my hands on the Droid Charge for about 24 hours now. Initially I didn’t think much of the phone but the more I am using it, I am really enjoying the experience. Couple things I have noticed since making the video that  enjoy are the volume rockers and the bottom of the phone. […]

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Samsung and Apple…Fight!

Samsung and Apple…Fight!

| April 22, 2011 | Reply

Apple sued Samsung for making a phone that looked just like the iphone. Samsung promised it could participate in the pissing contest. Now they have joined in. The two rely on each other for profits. Samsung makes chipsets for Apple, and Apple makes money for Samsung. What is all this bickering about? Who cares. Every […]

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