Archive for January, 2010

iPad UI gets ported to the iPhone and iPod touch

January 30th, 2010

Update: Sorry, bin unterwegs und konnte das ganze nicht prüfen: ES IST NUR ein Winterbord theme! (Nur der Versuch einer optischen Anpassung des Menüs)

Aber wer Lust hat, hier das iPad Wallpaper zum selber wo rein basteln:



Pad UI gets ported to the iPhone and iPod touch

At this particular point, 50-something days away from the earliest iPad deliveries, we doubt too many people are up in arms about the iPad’s ability to act as a jumbo iPhone. On the other hand, if we told you you can take pretty much the entire iPad experience and distill it down to your iPhone OS device, well you’d probably care a lot more, wouldn’t you? To get that extra 3D flavor to your UI, including the fetching iBooks shelf and other iPad-specific touches, you’ll need a jailbroken iPhone or iPod touch, access to the Cydia app store, and the manpower to click past the break for the full instructional video. Come on, you know you want to.

Watch the Youtube Video showing the iPad Theme


Allgemeines, Apple, iPhone

Alles über das iPad

January 29th, 2010


Zusammenfassung aller Fakten und Hintergrundinfos:

Offizielle Seite:

Apple, gadgets, tech

‘Bad Apple!!’ stop-motion animation

January 29th, 2010

“Bad Apple!!” is a magical piece of stop-motion animation made from 6,566 still photos of printed bitmaps.

+ Video

The creator, Nico Nico Douga user “うp主,” says he made the video without using photo-editing software. The images were captured with a webcam, and the effects were achieved by changing the camera position and adjusting the focus, brightness, zoom, exposure and gain.

The original stills and music come from this video for the song “Bad Apple!!” (arranged by Masayoshi Minoshima, featuring vocals by nomico) from the Touhou Project game series…

[From ‘Bad Apple!!’ stop-motion animation]

tech, Video

Apple iPad’s ‘Micro SIM’ explained

January 28th, 2010

While the news of Apple’s iPad having 3G wasn’t exactly a surprise, the move to a new format for the SIM certainly was. The SIM — that tiny card that holds your contact info and account information that you find in your GSM handset — is a 15 x 25mm plastic card whereas the new Micro SIM (also known as a 3FF SIM) is a diminutive 12 x 15mm, about 52% smaller. Needless to say, it’s not physically compatible with your current phone. This card was developed by the ETSI (European Telecommunications Standards Institute) to offer things like more storage space on-chip for provider applications, increased control and security functions — over what, we don’t know — and the new smaller form factor allows it to fit in tiny devices. Frankly, we wouldn’t call the iPad “tiny” and we have absolutely no clue what justification Apple had to switch to it other than a desire to be different — this is the company that pioneered Mini DisplayPort, after all — but the long and the short of it is that you’re going to have a hard time finding a carrier offering Micro SIMs in the short term since the GSMA doesn’t appear to be actively spearheading a mass conversion. In fact, from AT&T’s perspective, this is better than a software lock in some ways — you’re not going to be able to download a hack that gets you on another network, so you’re totally at the mercy of your carrier at choice for providing a compatible card. Intentionally evil? Perhaps not — all standards have to start somewhere — but it’s an awful pain in the ass.

T-Mobile (in a partnership with Lok8u GPS devices) announced they were bringing the 3FF SIM to US shores back on January 6th of this year. See the source link for more info.

[Thanks, Brian]

ipad call

Apple iPad’s ‘Micro SIM’ explained originally appeared on Engadget on Wed, 27 Jan 2010 20:45:00 EST. Please see our terms for use of feeds.


Apple, tech

Kleine Keynote Party bei uns i…

January 27th, 2010

Kleine Keynote Party bei uns in Berlin (yorkstrasse…) #join


iXtreme LT released

January 20th, 2010

Bisher nur LiteOn Exclusive… mehr Infos:

hacks, xbox 360

Tweet von Team Jungle bezüglich iXtremeLT

January 14th, 2010


  1. All new checks found, all fws (stealth and non-stealth) will fail these checks and get flagged for banning, except LT! from API

hacks, xbox 360

Paper Animated Parkour

January 13th, 2010

Here’s a neat parkour video, except it’s not actually real Parkour, but a paper animated version. This video created by Serene Teh and Noel Lee. Serene explains:

Illustrated with technical pen, frame by frame. I admit it might not be the best, or the quality isn’t perfect, just a shot at animating the old flip book whatever-you-call-it way

I’m a graphic design degree student living in Singapore, graduating in mid 2010. I have had work experience in a production company doing exhibition design and festive decors. Many of my works are unpublished, I’m working on posting them up on a website soon.

The audio I used is Dr Dre Rap beat, not sure who’s the artiste..

Post production credits goes to Noel Lee for his patience in piecing the sequence up together!

(Reposted from Laughing Squid)


IKEA Guerilla Werbung in Kinos

January 12th, 2010


January 7th, 2010


Da hat mein Neffe Luke aber ein gefährliches Spielzeug zu Weihnachten bekommen…

Allgemeines, Bilder


January 7th, 2010


JUHU! Meine alte Lieblingskonsole ist endlich wieder da… auf eurer homebrew enabled 360…
(Wer 2009 verpasst in hinsicht auf die 360 verpasst hat, googelt XBRboot oder freeboot…)

Mehr nach dem klick bei

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Nexus One – The Google Phone

January 6th, 2010


( Hier kann man sich eine Demo der Oberfläche, eine 3D Tour und die TechSpecs ansehen.)

Google hat heute sein “Nexus One” Telefon vorgestellt. Es kostet $529 oder ab $179 mit t-mobile Vertrag…

Nexus One Features

  • Display: 3.7″ AMOLED 480×800 WVGA display
  • Thinness: 11.5mm; Weight: 130g
  • Processor/Speed: Qualcomm Snapdragon™ 3G QSD8250 chipset, delivering speeds up to 1GHz
  • Camera: 5 megapixel auto focus with flash and geo tagging
  • Onboard memory: 512MB Flash, 512MB RAM
  • Expandable memory: 4GB removable SD Card (expandable to 32GB)
  • Noise Suppression: Dynamic noise suppression from Audience, Inc.
  • Ports: 3.5mm stereo headphone jack with four contacts for inline voice and remote control
  • Battery: Removable 1400 mAh
  • Personalized laser engraving: Up to 50 characters on the back of the phone
  • Trackball: Tri-color notification LED, alerts when new emails, chats, text messages arrive

The Nexus One runs on Android 2.1, a version of the platform’s Eclair software, which offers advanced applications and features including:

  • Google Maps Navigation: offering turn-by-turn driving directions with voice output.
  • Email: multiple Gmail accounts; universal inbox and Exchange support.
  • Phone book: aggregate contacts from multiple sources, including Facebook®.
  • Quick Contacts: easily switch between communication and social applications.
  • Android Market: access to more than 18,000 applications.

In addition, the Nexus One introduces new functionality and software enhancements:

  • Enter text without typing.
  • Use a voice-enabled keyboard for all text fields: speak a text message, instant message, tweet, Facebook update, or complete an email.
  • Tell your phone what you want it to do.
  • Search Google, call contacts, or get driving directions by just speaking into your phone.
  • Take personalization to the next level.
  • Dynamic, interactive, live wallpapers react to the touch of a finger.
  • More widgets and five home screen panels allow for further device customization.
  • Capture camera-quality pictures and video with your device.
  • 5 megapixel camera includes LED flash, auto focus, zoom, white balance and color effects.
  • View pictures and Picasa Web Albums in the new 3D Gallery.
  • Record Hi-Res MPEG4 video, and then upload to YouTube with one click.
  • Read your voicemail messages.
  • Get transcribed voicemail with Google Voice integration, without changing your number.


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