@BiscuitDoughJones: SNL got better fast!
@Scipher: Nintendo used one more fact, if you think I missed one from the announcements let me know.
yeah, good catch - updated.
this is a test...
This is a test.
Don't order direct from the waiter? Can someone fill me in on how ordering dinner worked in the 1950s? Were women even allowed to have their own menus back then?
This may be the most disturbing thing I've ever seen on Gizmodo.
He reached for the iphone and missed, Levy saw him coming, took the mic instead.
live stream is less fun IMHO
Leaked keynote bullet points - probably fake
The liveblog is at http://live.gizmodo.com - both this page and the other post will redirect there. Have fun!
Agreed about the photos - while they are useful, they should not be taken as a replacement for seeing these screens with your own eyes. However, while the photos may exaggerate things, these photos are a good representation of what I saw at the event. The differences between the screens was obvious.
Good point Capt. The Pioneer is 20,000:1. The Samsung HP-T5064 is 15,000:1. The Panasonic TH-50PZ700U is 5,000:1.
NINE: I'll take you up on that challenge for sure. Not only do I not have to power the phones on and off, but pressing a radio button on the Helio website takes me far less than 10 minutes on my cable modem. Maybe I didn't explain this process clearly enough, but I would be done before you even powered up the second…
The sim card swap works, sure. Except that in the US lots of us don't have sim cards on 3G phones. Plus, I find it more of a pain to remove the battery and fumble with the sim. I've actually broken the compartment before — those things are not really meant for regular use.
jack: that is exactly the thing that every single person who visited that table said. But the next version of the Social Bomb will be much smaller because they are fab-ing a circuit board for it. But the LED numbers will stay because people really liked being able to see their ranking that way.
Which one is the robot?