The above ad was accidently posted on Apple Website. Supposedly, Apple put the ad for their upcoming Macbook up on their site, and then took it down shortly thereafter. This screenshot is the only proof of such a screw-up. According to this ad, the Macbook will come in black or white, and will start retailing at a price of $999.
Say hello to the world’s smallest karaoke machine. Measuring a mere 2.75″x2.75″x2.75″ cube, the Tomy Hi-Kara Karaoke Machine has a 2.4 inch screen that displays song lyrics and animated graphics. In order to actually use the machine, you’ll have to download songs from the Hi-Kara website. There are two microphone/headset devices, and the Karaoke Machine is available in pink or white. Read more here!
Today, AT&T’s website gave the model option of “iPhone Black” when consumers tried to purchase an iPhone. Huh. Weird. It’s strange because there currently is no iPhone Black. Telecom Italia Mobile’s Executive VP Luigi Licciardi confirms that they’ll be selling the 3G iPhone next month. AT&T backtracked after this was discovered and claimed that the “iPhone Black” option was merely a placeholder for the 16 GB model. Yet, this makes no sense at all, since the 16 GB iPhone has never been called the iPhone Black and is not a separate model from the other iPhones. Looks like this one is out of the bag, Apple. Look forward to the 3G iPhone within the upcoming month!
For all of you guitar hero junkies, who have been playing guitar hero for years, but can’t play a single note on a real guitar, Guitar Rising may be for you. Basically, Guitar Rising is a video game where you use a real guitar in order to learn how to play real songs. You can slow down or speed up the songs or play them on varying levels of difficulty. According to the official website, “Beginner difficulty levels are designed for non-guitar players and hard difficulties will challenge experienced guitarists.” Look for Guitar Rising later in 2008 for a currently unknown price.
Ok, so I’m probably going to get in trouble for calling the K660 a “green machine,” since it’s not especially environmentally friendly, but technically it is both green and a machine. I win. Anyways, In addition to being a green machine, the Sony Ericsson K660 is also a web phone. Snazzy. The 3G K660 has UMTS/HSDPA, GSM/EDGE 850/900/1800/1900, a magnetic mouse pointer for easier navigation, a web browser that can pan and zoom, illuminated shortcut keys, desktop tickers that provide updates from your favourite websites, Google Maps, media player, FM radio, and a 2.0 megapixel camera. The K660 will launch in select markets during Q1 2008 for an undisclosed price. Click here for more information!