I’m getting a feeling that at this point they wouldn’t give us (romantic) Bellarke just out of spite.

oppositeofthelegend asked:

((the-kaiju-imperative)) Computers all over the Xilien home world were going haywire, a strange voice projecting from within. "I wish to speak to the being in charge."

Now, Planet X had been a democracy for a very long time. It was the only way to get anything done around there. But when a representative was needed, they would choose none other than their champion.

Monster X stood before a large screen, a new, ceremonial cape adorning his shoulders. “To whom am I speaking?” asked the Imperator.

Acer Iconia Smart hits the FCC, readies to smack AT&T with 1024 x 480 screen?

Acer promised a 4.8-inch, 1024 x 480 tabletphone would arrive in April 2011, and April’s nearly through – but don’t cross off the Acer Iconia Smart yet, because that brushed aluminum frame has just materialized at our favorite government institution. Yes, the FCC laid eyes on radiation test reports for the Android 2.3 device, which reveal that the quad-band GSM handset is headed to both Canada and the US. Given that the North American version only has 850, 1900 and 2100MHz 3G frequencies, it sounds like a lock for AT&T. Inside, you’ll find a 1GHz Qualcomm MSM8255 processor, 512MB each of ROM and RAM, an 8 megapixel autofocus camera with LED flash, a 2 megapixel front-facing cam, micro-HDMI output capable of 720p, a 1500mAh user-replaceable battery and all the usual 802.11 b/g/n WiFi, Bluetooth 2.1 and GPS trimmings you’d expect. Now, Acer, how about a new release date?


Multi-touch installation for Football World Cup 2018 Organising Committee.

“Russia — the Country of Sports” forum, 8—10 of September 2011, Saransk, Russia.

More great projects:

Via @interactiveflow Moscow

8 round multi-touch displays were mounted into 18 meters wide wall in a individual pavilion. Each of them running interactive presentation of the history of all World Cups.

The installation was based on a series of unique photos of real balls from the finals of past football world cups. Visitors could rotate every ball’s 3D model, immersing into the history of football.

I Want a Bigger Phone Screen and Last Minute iPhone Speculation

I remember when I got my Samsung Vibrant (Galaxy S for T-Mobile USA) with its 4" screen and it was considered big.

After using it for more than a year now… I want something bigger. I use my phone a lot but not a lot of calling. I use it to surf the web, listen to music, play games, manage tasks, Facebook/Google+, etc. And in there somewhere goes calls. The only time a big screen phone becomes awkward is when you hold it up to your ear and talk. These days that’s becoming rare.

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i screen recorded large senior semis yday for anyone with lack of live stream (so basically everyone) - please ignore my voice, i was recording it on my phone as well to send to my friends and my phone kept running out of memory so that’s why i’m like “nooo” every 20 seconds ha thx enjoy bye xxxxxxx

Purported iPhone 6 metal frame leaked, points to a large screen

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Purported iPhone 6 metal frame leaked, points to a large screen

As most of you know, rumors surrounding Apple’s upcoming smartphones have been surfacing at an increasing rate.   Until now, the stars have been those reports suggesting that the iPhone 6 will sport a 4.7-inch screen and a very thin body (the Apple Air moniker has been passed around pretty o…

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On a Larger Screen iPhone for 2014

I personally think that if Apple comes out with a larger screen iPhone in 2014 it will be sooner than later. This larger screen device doesn’t appeal to the majority of customers so the go to market strategy doesn’t have to follow other iPhone models strategy. It must be different. I would expect such a device to come out on April or May of 2014… 

Computer Screens Getting Bigger

The 1024×768 became the leading monitor size in 2004 and has only just been dethroned by a (slightly) larger screen resolution of 1366×768, according to StatCounter.

The change over from 1024×768 to bigger screens actually occurred in 2009, but there were so many different larger-resolution sizes — including many widescreen monitors — that 1024×768 held its position as the single-most popular resolution until this year.

The following chart shows the evolution in computer screen sizes from 1999 to 2012 averaged across as many sources as I could find for each year. (Averaging reduces the influence of bad data in any one statistic.) This is for desktop and laptop computers; not mobile devices.

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