Style Women Louis Vuitton Behind-the-Scenes Fall/Winter 2011-2012 video with Marc Jacobs

•August 31, 2011 • Leave a Comment


Land Rover Defender Concept, DC100

•August 31, 2011 • Leave a Comment

Land Rover Defender Concept, DC100

Land Rover has announced that a “modern interpretation of the iconic Land Rover Defender” will be taking to the stage in the form of the DC100 Concept at the upcoming Frankfurt Motor Show. In a release, Gerry McGovern, Director of Design, Land Rover told us:

“Replacing the iconic Defender is one of the biggest challenges in the automotive design world; it is a car that inspires people worldwide. This isn’t a production-ready concept but the beginning of a four-year journey to design a relevant Defender for the 21st century.”

Official News Below:

The Land Rover DC100, a modern interpretation of the iconic Land Rover Defender will make its debut at the 2011 Frankfurt Motor Show.

Land Rover also confirms today, that production of a new Defender is globally intended for 2015, with no current decision on whether or not the next generation Defender will come to the North American markets.

Commenting on the Land Rover DC100 concept car, Gerry McGovern, Director of Design, Land Rover said, “Replacing the iconic Defender is one of the biggest challenges in the automotive design world; it is a car that inspires people worldwide. This isn’t a production-ready concept but the beginning of a four-year journey to design a relevant Defender for the 21st century.”

John Edwards, Global Brand Director, Land Rover added, “Loved the world over for its simple, honest and distinctive design, we are determined that the new Defender will be true to its heritage, while meeting the requirements of a changing global market.

“We plan to engage with existing and potential customers to help us finalize the details of the new vehicle. One thing’s for sure, it’s going to be an exciting journey, and we can’t wait to get going,” added Edwards.

The Land Rover DC100 concept builds upon the essential elements of the car’s character and allows Land Rover to open the debate and inspire people to dream about the Defenders of the future. The next chapter in the Defender story will unfold at 09:15 hrs (CET) on September 13, 2011 at the Frankfurt Motor Show.

Source: Pursuitist.


Sony HMZ-T1 Wearable 3D Home Theater

•August 31, 2011 • Leave a Comment

In Toyko, Sony said Wednesday that the ‘Sony HMZ-T1 Wearable 3D Home Theater’ will go on sale November 11 in Japan. Expected to cost $800, it should be released in the U.S. and Europe in time for Christmas, although dates have not yet been confirmed.

Official Press Release Below:

Tokyo, Japan – August 31, 2011 – Sony Corporation (“Sony”) today announced the launch of Head Mounted Display “Personal 3D Viewer” ‘HMZ-T1′, a device that offers a spectacular new style for viewing both 2D and 3D content. Simply slip the device onto your head to experience the movie theater-like virtual screen (equivalent to a 750-inch screen*2) expand before your eyes.*3

It is equipped with the newly-developed 0.7-inch (diagonal 18.0mm) high definition OLED panel (1280 x 720), which have been realized through Sony’s unique expertise in both OLED display and semiconductor silicon drive technologies. The ‘HMZ-T1′ achieves HD picture quality that makes full use of the OLED display’s high contrast, color reproducibility, and fast response. In addition, the device adopts the ‘Dual Panel 3D Method’ which consists of separate panels for the left and right eye in order to display independent HD picture quality to each eye, which realize 3D vision. The viewer can enjoy natural and bright 3D picture quality that is crosstalk-free. Furthermore, we have achieved a wide horizontal viewing angle of 45 degrees by incorporating an optical lens that thoroughly suppresses unwanted elements such as aberration and distortion. Viewers can now enjoy watching video on a movie theater-like big-screen (750-inch virtual screen, virtual viewing distance approx. 20m)*2. Sony has also adopted its original virtual surround signal processing technology. Combined with the high-resolution 3D picture quality, viewers will be able to fully enjoy powerful acoustics equivalent to a maximum of 5.1ch through the left and right headphones alone.

Sony group has offered a wide range of 3D products and 3D content production systems, from industrial 3D filming and editing equipment and movie theater systems through to its “BRAVIA” LCD TVs, home projectors, Blu-ray™ Disc devices, Personal Computer VAIO and “PlayStation 3″ while its “Handycam” and “Cyber-shot” cameras even enable people to film 3D video themselves. And now, this new 3D viewing style provided by ‘HMZ-T1′ will enable users to enjoy the movie theater-like experience whilst relaxing on their living room sofa, thus further expanding Sony’s 3D world.

Function & Form / WekSos Commercial

•August 30, 2011 • Leave a Comment

Where is the cool?

•August 30, 2011 • Leave a Comment

Sprint to get iPhone

•August 30, 2011 • Leave a Comment



Te Wall Street Journal is reporting that Sprint will become the next carrier to get Apple’s iPhone.

Word is that Sprint will start carrying the iPhone 5 (as well as the iPhone 4) in October to coincide with its launch.

The move will bring another major carrier into the iPhone universe, joining AT&T and Verizon. With each addition, Apple will continue its strong play in the smartphone arena. For Sprint, the move gives them access to an entire new consumer segment.

The timing of the move indicates that the new iPhone 5 will likely be delivered later than anticipated. Many had expected a launch in September.

Source: Pursuitist.

Apple reportedly working on LCD touchscreen TV

•August 30, 2011 • Leave a Comment


Apple reportedly working on LCD touchscreen TV

Posted by on Monday, August 29th, 2011 at 9:03 am. Filed under Tech.

Is an Apple television set in the works? Yes, according to Venture Beat. Apple is reportedly working on a digital TV based on its wildly successful iOS operating system.

An Apple television set has been rumored on and off for years, but the declining costs of LCD, plus the inroads iOS is making in the lives of consumers, is tempting Apple to make a TV set a reality.

Many analysts are predicting that by the end of 2012, or early 2013, Apple will be producing touchscreen TVs up to 20″ using iOS. While such a device won’t take over for a 50″ plasma TV, it could make inroads in the kitchen or in the bedroom, or for a student at college, or in a small apartment. Such a device could operate as a hub for an individual, allowing them to not only watch their favorite programs, but also play games, use apps, send email and engage with friends on Facebook and Twitter.

Apple has managed to define three products over the past decade – the MP3 player (iPod), the mobile phone (iPhone) and the tablet (iPad). The temptation to conquer the TV hardware market may be too great for the electronics giant.

Currently, Apple offers the Apple TV, a box that lets consumers buy and stream content.

Source: Pursuitist.