Sunday, December 12, 2010

Unbelievable video of Metrodome collapse from inside stadium

The Metrodome collapsed early Sunday morning after a blizzard dumped 17 inches of snow on Minneapolis. Because of the damage to the stadium, Monday's scheduled New York Giants-Minnesota Vikings game was moved to Detroit's Ford Field.

Saturday, December 11, 2010

New Apple iPad With FaceTime Coming Before Christmas?

According to recent rumors, Apple are looking to release a new iPad much sooner, possibly before Christmas, and this new model will feature video capabilities that will make use of Apple’s new FaceTime video chat.The iPad has been a great sucess for Apple, and FaceTime is already becoming popular amongst iPhone owners. Apple seem to be pushing FaceTime quite a bit, and releasing an iPad which would include the feature makes sense.
If Apple does release the new iPad quickly, which includes video chat and FaceTime, a smart move for them would be to also release a camera accessory to bring the feature to existing iPad owners, something which we have heard a rumor about previously.

Thursday, December 2, 2010

Michael Jordan's new 20 million dollar house

Heres a first look at Michael Jordan's swank digs in Jack Nicklaus' new 'Bear's Club' development in Jupiter, Fla.
Analysis by Cary Lichtenstein of PGA National Real Estate indicates that Jordan paid $4.8 million for the land and $7.8 to build the mansion, and will likely have a total commitment of $20 million in the property.

Wednesday, December 1, 2010

Top 10 Searches of 2010

A man-made disaster, a global sport, pop culture's leading ladies (and one young gent), and gadgets starting with an "i."
Since 2001, Yahoo! has been tallying up the top searches of the year, providing a snapshot of a culture in motion. Over the past decade, the No. 1 slot has been occupied by companies (music download service Kazaa), TV shows ("American Idol"), and celebrities (Britney Spears, often). In 2010, some 631 million people checked in. Among the billions of queries they pursued, the story of the Gulf of Mexico oil spill led the year's top 10 -- the first time that a news story has taken the No. 1 slot.