Acid Punk rockers Bo Ningen crank their weirdness amps up to 11 in this demented music video from Marie Schuller. They've got it all: sexy naked ladies, rumbling burly guys, androgenous musicians, and lots of intense staring directly into the camera. Drop a tab, wait 30 minutes, and enjoy!
New York documentarian Paul Sahner's blog NYC Grid is a lovely project, and amongst the coolest recurring features on the site is Before & After, which compares archival images of New York monuments with photos of the same spot today. Above, we see the entrance to the Manhattan Bridge as it was in 1915, compared with…
The Asus Eee Pad Transformer with its detachable keyboard dock has been one of the best-selling Android tablets yet. The Eee Pad Slider's keyboard is permanently attached, so you can type wherever you go. Better, right?! Maaaaaaybe.
Engadget's leaked images of HTC's AT&T-bound Windows Phone 7 device show a chic appearance with a surprising twist. The device's body slides open in landscape, revealing not a keyboard, but a large speaker—a bit of a design gamble.
That weird little Android 2.1-running, Motoblur-skinned slider that popped up in April? It's showing its square self off again in a few more leaked shots, this time with a possible codename and a likely carrier: Motorola Chindi and AT&T.
Will Android solve Sony Ericsson's multitude of issues? Probably not, but leveraging the OS and bolting it onto an Xperia frame and a 5" slider phone with visual cues from the HTC Shift couldn't hurt, right?
BlackBerry's ugly leaked slider phone—supposedly dubbed the Talladega—might be released next month, if Engadget's translation of a Korean interview with the CEO of a RIM supplier is anything to go by. Being a BlackBerry user myself, I can't help but feel a bit dismayed by the pictures that we've seen of it...though…
It appears that Samusng has dropped the InstinctQ branding on their upcoming Android-powered QWERTY slider to something that sounds like a lyric in a cheesy ballad. At any rate, complete details about the upcoming Sprint phone have been revealed.
Unlike LG's wacky BL40 ultra-widescreen Chocolate, the newly-spotted BL20 is more obviously from the Chocolate lineage. It's a non-touchscreen slider with haptic feedback on its touch-sensitive buttons, and actually features an interface not dissimilar to the BL40.
The Pre Oreo effect—as in, twisting an Oreo—is definitely an unwanted and unpleasant flaw some have experienced in the Pre's hardware. Pre Central has a few DIY, probable-warranty-voiding methods to fix the problem.
Samsung has a new slider on the market in Europe and we're hoping it finds its way over here. The i8510 is a S60-powered GSM phone with very fast 3G speeds and Wi-Fi, as well as GPS. What makes this high-end phone lust-worthy, though, is the 8 Megapixel multifunction camera with Xenon flash that can record video at up…