The things some people can do with a pencil and paper are just ridiculous. The things some people can do with Photoshop or iPad apps is just unreal. Art is amazing! But what might be as impressive as any of that is what this guy did with MS Paint. He created an unbelievably photo realistic picture of Santa Claus with…
While it seems pretty certain that the next iPhone will come with a fingerprint scanner, what it will look like remains an open question. A "silver ring" around the home button (see below) is the prevailing theory; our friend Martin Hajek has taken a closer look at what that might mean in practice.
There's been a lot of leakage about that rumored budget iPhone lately, from sneakshots of all-white "iPhone 5C" packaging to repeated WSJ mentions. We still haven't seen one of the devices in color, though. Not yet. And these renders by Martin Hajek show off how positively delightful a nice splash could be.
Rumors of a "budget iPhone" feel like they've been swirling around the Internet for ages, but it'll still be a while before we know if they're real. If they are though, we hope they look as jaw-droppingly awesome as these renders.
I've never wanted an iPhone in different colors. Black with a tint of gloss or white with a silver lining has always been plenty enough. But then I saw these renders of what an iPhone in different colors would look like and man, a red iPhone looks like so much fun.
We showed you the first look of the world's tallest building, the Kingdom Tower. Now, Chicago's AS+GG Architecture has released stunning new renders of the project. The glass and steel spire would look perfectly at home in Coruscant.
The suspect vaporware-cum-reality Android phone Lumigon T1 will run Android Froyo, its Danish manufacturer has revealed. The news arrived alongside a more official-looking render of the final product, seen here.
Motorola claims they're coming out with a couple dozen Android phones in 2010, and with a crop so big a few of them are bound to be pretty weird. This render suggests that the MOTOSPLIT might be one of those.
Also known as the entire technology press amirite? Ha? In all seriousness though—Maclife asked various bloggers, journalists and tech personalities what their dream Apple products would be, and mocked them all up in detailed renders. Here's what happened:
Appreciating the look of garbled images isn't usually the top priority if your monitor or TV freaks-out (unless it's scrambled porn). But the new book, Glitch: Designing Imperfection, celebrates artists who manipulate these short-lived disturbances. Take a look:
These lack the polish and Zune-y color styling of the last leak, which leads me to believe these very well may be the work of a frothing Zune-guy-in-training. But the production levei is high.
I dislike dealing in cash, mostly because it inevitably leads to a bunch of coins that rattle my pocket and nerves alike. But if those coins had superfluous GPS functionality, I'd reconsider my stance.
GSMhelpdesk.nl has some renders of what could possible be (but probably isn't) the Nokia N96. These renders show a 3.2-inch, 16 million color touchscreen display, a dual-sliding QWERTY keyboard, and a one-way sliding dialpad keyboard. There's also a 6-megapixel camera on board, with 3G, Wi-Fi, GPS and Bluetooth 2.0.…
Despite making a Meizu phone that looks way too close to the iPhone to be a coincidence, the latest news about Meizu ripping off an artist to pimp their work is off-base. It's true that someone placed Deviant Art artist Lithium Picnic's photo onto a Meizu M8, but it turns out that the image was actually rendered by a…
We're personally looking forward to the Vista-capable HTC Shift for our UMPC-from-HTC needs, but this HTC Omni seems quite nice from the renders. It has WM6, 3G UMTS/HSDPA, a 4-inch 800x480 display, TV/VGA out, 256MB ROM, 128MB RAM, microSD expansion slot, 802.11b/g, Bluetooth, GPS, a large QWERTY and a size of 130 x…
We've seen sexy renderings of phones before, but we've yet to see anything we can actually touch with our own two hands. A company called Zenum has a similar promise with their Opus Operis WM5 phone—slick, but vaporware as long as there are no real photos.