Everyone is dreaming to have huge stack of cash in front of that. Even if you are rich, you don’t do so cause we have online transfer and checks. So here one huge Stack of Cash that you can actually buy them at a hundred bucks. It is actually a resin seat or ottoman that resembles three million dollars in strapped $100 bills stacked neatly. Yes, $3,000,000.00 if it were real. Each Stack of Cash measures nearly 15-inches tall and almost a foot square. The creator actually contacted the U.S. Secret Service before producing these to make sure they don’t get in trouble for counterfeiting. More pictures after the break. Read more…
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September 19th, 2012
Looking to boost your compact capabilities, but don’t want to deal with the hassle of swapping lenses? You might take interest with the Stylus XZ-2 — Olympus’ most powerful point-and-shoot model. Admittedly, we’re having a bit of difficultly working through the appeal of this latest fixed-lens snapper, given the $600 price tag and a body that’s comparable in size to the PEN E-PL5 and even larger than the E-PM2. In the model’s defense, it does include an impressive f/1.8-2.5, 28-112mm 4x optical zoom lens, though its 12-megapixel 1/1.7-inch CMOS sensor is smaller than what’s included with its interchangeable-lens cousins, and the camera’s sensitivity tops out at ISO 12,800. It does, however, offer 1080p shooting and a higher-res swivel 3-inch 920k-dot LCD with Touch AF Shutter control. Still, we would have liked to see these features included with the company’s latest Micro Four Thirds cameras, rather than on a model with a smaller sensor and no interchangeable lens.
If you’re set on the XZ-2, you’ll be plenty pleased with the design — it’s quite similar to the E-PL5, and therefore quite capable. There’s an option to swap in red, beige and purple grips (the camera body itself is only available in black), and you can add a body jacket and an underwater housing. There’s also a built-in flash, which pops up from the top left corner, and you’ll find PEN-like controls, to boot. The design felt practical, and the camera seemed solid overall. The hybrid control ring is a “world’s first,” according to Olympus, and offers the same functionality in both a click mode, which provides feedback, and a smoother silent mode, which won’t produce any noise or vibration when shooting videos. The Stylus XZ-2 will ship a bit after the new PEN models, in November.
June 19th, 2012
Excited about the rumored 7” Google Nexus tablet that might be making its way to the upcoming Google I/O Conference happening later this month? As Google’s developer conference is drawing near, it looks like more and more news about the company’s very own tablet manufactured by Asus are leaking out. The latest leak is an image purportedly taken by the Google Nexus tablet that appeared in Google’s image sharing service – Google Picasa, according to the EXIF information at least.
There’s nothing special about the picture though, no image of the actual tablet has been revealed – it’s only a lousy and boring image of partition ceiling and lights; I’ve never been fond of cameras found in tablet devices anyway. This new leak suggests that the tablet could really be on its way to the conference. Feel free to check out the image on Picasa, it’s still up and available on the photo sharing service by Google, do you think it’s the real deal?
SOURCE via Phone Arena
May 21st, 2012
Going by Microsoft’s Greater China COO Michel van der Bel, the launch of Windows Phone in China is off to an auspicious start — enough to give Apple the shakes. He claims that devices like the Nokia Lumia 800c have helped Windows Phone reach seven percent of the Chinese market, or just enough to get past the six points of the iPhone. We’re waiting on hard data before we take van der Bel’s word: the top smartphone makers worldwide aren’t depending much or at all on Windows Phone, and the iPhone has a thriving gray market in China that masks some of its real numbers. Having said this, we’ve seen signs of Windows Phone enjoying a bit of a surge even in an iOS- and Android-loving Europe, so we’ll be watching to see if there’s an uptick in the number of buyers saying ni hao to Microsoft in the near future.
SOURCE via CNET
December 7th, 2011
E-sports’ growing popularity among spectators shows no sign of slowing down. The MLG have posted some remarkable figures from the 2011 season. Around 3.5 million unique viewers in total have tuned into MLG Pro Circuit weekends this season. The Pro Circuit National Championships in Providence, Rhode Island drew more than quarter of a million concurrent viewers at peak times, from 175 different countries. MLG CEO Sundance DiGiovanni says that in the 18-24 age range, “MLG now pulls in larger audiences than several traditional television cable networks.”
MLG also say that visitors to their site during tournament weekends is up 225% on numbers seen in 2010. To celebrate the spike, they’ve put together a fancy infographic of the enormous numbers the 2011 season attracted. You’ll find that embedded below.
The MLG don’t say which games in particular have drawn the new audience, but the numbers are likely down to the spreading influence of the pro StarCraft 2 scene in the US and Europe. In October, Blizzcon hosted the first GSL finals to take place beyond Korea’s borders. The best StarCraft: Brood Wars players in the world were there, too, invited by Blizzard so that they could witness the growing passion for professional e-sports in the West.
The winter Dreamhack event that took place at the end of November also did extremely well, attracting a record 1.7 million unique web TV viewers. Even more watched the event on Swedish TV. Dreamhack hosted tournaments for StarCraft II, Quake Live, Counter-Strike 1.6, Super Street Fighter IV Arcade Edition, Dota 2, Heroes Of Newerth and Bloodline Champions, and received a record number of visitors. They expect to break records again when the four day summer event kicks off on June 16.