Mobile Tail

•June 24, 2012 • Leave a Comment


‘mobile tail’ by studiooo factory

korean studiooo factory (sangwoo park & jongwon park) have sent us images of their ‘mobile tail’, 
a support stand for portable electronic devices. the design is derived from the notion that mobile devices 
are much like pets – accompanying us wherever we go.

the ‘tail’ is fashioned off that of a dalmation dog and can easily attach and be removed from one’s 
various mobile devices via a suction cup. it has the capabilities of displaying your cell phone, blackberry, 
iphone etc.,  vertically or horizontally. it is made from a flexible liquid silicone rubber (LSR) – a non-reactive, 
high-purity material. one percent of its sales are donated to animal conservation groups.



Elevator Pitch

•June 24, 2012 • Leave a Comment


Elevator Pitch

•June 24, 2012 • Leave a Comment


Tweeting Consoles

•December 29, 2011 • Leave a Comment

The Twitter Xbox 360 is Socially Fun


The Twitter Xbox 360 will definitely cause tweeps and Xbox fans alike to pose a number of different questions. Would it automatically tweet gaming results? Can it help players socially connect with other gamers worldwide?

No words are finalized if the Twitter Xbox 360 is indeed in the works; however, it does not mean that it could never happen. The future of social media has integrated itself so heavily into modernity that as of now, the world is its oyster. Play on gamers.

Tantalising Game Teasers

•February 6, 2011 • Leave a Comment

EA Unveils The Battlefield 3 Teaser Trailer

For fans of EA’s Battlefield series, this Battlefield 3 teaser trailer is definitely something to drool over.

The hugely popular game franchise pits players in the heat of battle and affords them access to a wide variety of weapons, soldier classes and vehicles (land, sea & air), and the recent announcement of the latest addition to the series has rocked the internet and gamers everywhere. Although short, the Battlefield 3 teaser trailer does exactly what it needs to do by combining epic imagery with a great score, causing much anticipation for the game’s release this coming fall.

Battlefield 3 allows you to feel the full impact of battle like never before.  Powered by Frostbite 2, the next generation of DICE’s cutting-edge gaming engine, Battlefield 3 delivers spectacular visuals, earth-shattering destruction and real as hell combat gameplay providing a dramatic immersive First Person Shooter experience.

Interactive Football Apps

•February 5, 2011 • 1 Comment

The Vualla iPad App Makes Super Bowl-Viewing an Interactive Experience

The Vualla iPad app The Vualla iPad appis a nifty tool geared specifically towards making TV-viewing more interactive and social.

Meant to serve as a “second screen” for television viewers, the Vualla iPad app puts a plethora of information at its users fingertips such as programming, cast and crew and show news. For the upcoming Super Bowl in particular, users will also be able to check out a whole bunch of awesome extras like archival commercials and historic clips.

A Videos section includes highlights from both teams, the past season, and last year’s Super Bowl. A Commercials sections includes YouTube videos of memorable Super Bowl ads… Similarly, a Halftime section includes clips from past halftime performances…The chat, Twitter, and Facebook links found on other show pages are also included in the Super Bowl section. “This is the type of experience we’re trying to build,” Khelil said of the Super Bowl-themed content in the app.

Paul Steiger

•February 5, 2011 • Leave a Comment

Paul E. Steiger is the editor-in-chief, CEO and president of ProPublica.

Steiger served as the managing editor of the Wall Street Journal from 1991 to 2007. During his tenure, members of the Journal’s newsroom staff were awarded 16 Pulitzer Prizes. In addition, a ProPublica reporter received a Pulitzer Prize in May 2010.

Steiger is the chairman of the Committee to Protect Journalists, a New York-based nonprofit that advocates for press freedom around the globe, and a member of the steering committee of the Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press, based in Arlington, Va., which provides free legal assistance to journalists. From 1999 to 2007, he was a member of the Pulitzer Prize Board, serving as its chairman in his final year. He is a trustee of the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation, based in Miami, that funds efforts to enhance journalism and the functioning of American communities.

Awards include the Columbia Journalism Award, the University of Missouri Honor Award for Distinguished Service in Journalism, the Goldsmith Career Award for Excellence in Journalism from Harvard University’s Joan Shorenstein Center, the Gerald Loeb Award for lifetime achievement from the John E. Anderson Graduate School of Management at UCLA, the Dean’s Medal for Distinguished Leadership from Brandeis University, the Fourth Estate Award from the National Press Club in Washington, D.C., the National Press Foundation’s George Beveridge Editor of the Year Award, the Decade of Excellence Award from the World Leadership Forum in London, and the American Society of News Editors Leadership Award.

Steiger worked for 15 years as a reporter, the Washington economics correspondent, and the business editor for the Los Angeles Times, and for 26 years as a reporter and editor for the Wall Street Journal. He received a bachelor’s degree in economics from Yale University in 1964.