Physically Flawless Google Glass Nerds Hit Vogue

Is this the "big moment" for face computers? Does pairing a $2,300 Gucci turtleneck or $1,200 Balenciaga boots with a $1,500 pair of gadget glasses make them haute? Will you look like a model—or will the model look like you? No to all of these, of course, but Google's at least scored itself some glossy mag cachet. » 8/16/13 5:54pm 8/16/13 5:54pm

Wired, GQ and New Yorker Subscriptions Are Coming to the iPad

One year, 20 bucks. That's what subscriptions to Wired, Vogue, GQ, Vanity Fair and the New Yorker will likely cost when Conde Nast confirms their subscription pact with Apple in the near future. Single issues will probably cost $2. It's expected that, as in the deal Time Inc. reportedly struck, current dead-tree… » 5/06/11 5:20pm 5/06/11 5:20pm

Unconfirmed: Upcoming Sprint Roadmap Leaked? Palm Centro 10/14?

A poster on the phonenews forum seems to have come up with the Sprint lineup for the next several months, all the way into early 2008. To start, they have the Motorola V9M on 9/4, the USB EV-DO Novatel U727 modem on 9/30, Palm Gryphon (code name for Palm Centro) and Sanyo S1 2500 on 10/14, LG LX260, HTC Vogue,… » 8/21/07 12:45pm 8/21/07 12:45pm

HTC's Roadmap Shows Sliders, Smartphones, and Fingerprint Recognition

CTI Miami got their hands on HTC's latest roadmap for their upcoming phones. Among them are the Kaiser, which is along the same lines as the Sprint Mogul (GSM), and the Vogue, which is like the HTC Touch. Some of the more interesting ones are the Nike, which is a WM6 Professional (that's the touchscreen one) that… » 6/21/07 4:00pm 6/21/07 4:00pm