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Faceless Mickey Mouse UHF antenna for the Japanese

Posted in Disney by Conner Flynn on February 17th, 2011

Is anyone even using UHF antennas anymore. Apparently so. And since Japan loves Disney Characters, why not make a creepy blank-faced Mickey Mouse UHF antenna and offer it on the Japanese market. It goes by the model name of MCT2B.

It’s pretty much what it says, a blank face with the antenna component inside and a booster that uses an AC adapter. It comes in black and pink for $84 in Japan. We have just one question. Why?

Disney 3D Android Smartphone

Posted in Disney by Conner Flynn on January 28th, 2011

Disney has released some more details about their new Android based 3D smartphone. The Disney 3D Android smartphone will be available in Japan and will have access to the Disney Market and is based on the Sharp Galapagos 003SH.

It features a 3.8 inch touchscreen 3D display, a 9.6 megapixel camera, a 1GHz Snapdragon processor, built in WiFi, GPS, Bluetooth, a TV tuner and an e-wallet function. Buyers will also get a unique @disney.ne.jp email address.

Disney announces smartphones

Posted in Disney by Conner Flynn on January 17th, 2011

Disney Mobile will be unveiling a new range of Disney smartphones that your kids will definitely want. They will actually be rebranded Sharp Galapagos 003SH phones, that have 3D screens that don’t require special glasses, not brand new models.

Some features of these kid friendly phones include 3.8″ 3D-displays, a 9.6 megapixel camera, and Android 2.2. They will also come with a special @disney.ne.jp MMS address, Disney home screens, apps, widgets, emoticons and specially designed covers. No info on pricing yet, but they will be available in February.

Disney launches new Social Media site

Posted in Disney by Conner Flynn on September 25th, 2010

Mickey and the gang are launching a new social media site called Disney Memories. The idea is to share your favorite memories about your experiences with Disney and its theme parks. So it is a lot of PR as well as Social media. Users can upload photos, videos, and talk about their experiences.

It should be noted that users will also be agreeing to the End User Licensing Agreement, which means that you agree to have your memories featured in the company’s Let the Memories Begin campaign. If selected your videos can appear in TV ads and be featured in Disneyworld’s Cinderella Castle and Disneyland’s It’s a Small World.

Disney wants technology standards for web-connected toys

Posted in Disney by Conner Flynn on September 13th, 2010

We don’t have much in the way of details at the moment, but Disney wants to have some order in the web-connected toys market. Whether that means a goofy doll that surfs the web or a Mickey Mouse ebook that updates with bedtime stories, we have no idea. The company’s consumer products division is all set to detail a proposal to establish a set of technology standards at the Engage Conference and Expo this month.

Armen Mkrtchyan, the head of Disney’s “Toymorrow” team will be laying out the plan. He will talk about what kinds of standards Disney is looking at, and how those standards could lead to cost-savings and “increased playability.”

Disney DM005SH Diamond cellphone

Posted in Disney by Conner Flynn on March 15th, 2010

Disney fans will want to check out this new phone from Himfr, the DM005SH. The phone features 22 diamonds in several sizes, all arranged to make the Disney logo. Aside from diamonds, the DM005SH has an 8-megapixel camera and a 3.4-inch FWGA display.

It’s branded with the Disney name engraved on the phone’s keyboard and comes with pre-loaded Disney themes. No word on price, but rest assured, it won’t be cheap thanks to all those diamonds.

Disney Interactive announces Split/Second video game

Posted in Disney by Shane McGlaun on March 11th, 2009

splitsecond-sbWhen you say the name Disney I automatically think of pirates, kid’s movies, and animated mice. When Disney Interactive studios put out the quad racing game Pure last year I didn’t think much about it until I saw the game and realized how fantastic it was graphically.

Disney Interactive has announced a new video game coming in 2010 called Split/Second that it hopes will draw as much attention as Pure did. Honestly, Split/Second sounds like a much more interesting premise than Pure had. The game will be available for the Xbox 360 and Sony PS3.


Stitch USB Humidifer with bad breath

Posted in Disney by Conner Flynn on November 20th, 2008

Stitch USB Humidifer with bad breathThere must be something in the water over at Disney. Either that or they pass around a crack pipe at meetings, between counting Mickey money and eating bits of Walt Disney’s remaining refrigerated flesh.

First there was the Stitch CD player. Creepy, but harmless really. Now they’re pimping out this $118 USB humidifier that looks like it will kill you with Stitch breath. $118? Really? The Stitch USB Humidifier projects a fog into the air, whether you give him a breath mint or not. Not sure where you pour in the water. Probably his butt. This thing just looks hungry. Hungry enough to kill you.

Mickey goes gold: iRiver limited edition MP3 player

Posted in Disney,iRiver,MP3 by Conner Flynn on January 28th, 2008

Mickey is all about the gold
There’s gold in them there ears! iRiver is set to sell what it is calling the “assassin’s mace”. This amounts to a Mickey Mouse MP3 with gold paint on it ala Goldfinger.(Or more recently Goldmember of Austin Powers fame) Mickey fans will want to hurry as it’s only available in limited editions.

The design houses a Philips PNX0103ET sound processor. The ears will control the volume and track menu and it has an internal memory of 2GB. It’s very cute in a “If Mickey were a pimp” kind of way, as well as being simple and it won’t cost you a fortune, at $123.

Mickey Mouse MP3 player with Swarovski ears

Posted in Disney,MP3,music by Conner Flynn on November 20th, 2007

Mickey Mouse MP3 player with Swarovski ears

Lately there has been a strange fascination with slapping diamonds or crystals all over our devices. Take the Mickey Mouse mp3 player. For some reason, someone saw fit to cover Mickey’s ears in tacky Swarovski crystals. We’re all old enough to know that crystal in this case is just a pretty word for glass. Even if these were diamonds, it would be over the top.

Iriver’s Mickey Mouse MP3 isn’t new, but the bling is. This was done for the Japanese market. Only 500 units are being made for the new pimped out edition and they are going for 16,800 Yen (about. £75).

LA Auto Show: Chevy partners with Disney in Project Driveway

Posted in Automotive,Cars,Disney,LA Auto Show 2007 by Darrin Olson on November 15th, 2007

Chevy will partner with Disney in Project Driveway providing 10 Equinox Fuel Cell vehicles.Last night we heard rumors that there were going to be more than the announced 100 Chevy Equinox Fuel Cells available for drivers as part of Project Driveway. We didn’t get an exact number but were told there would be more than 110 vehicles for sure, and yesterday Bob Lutz announced that Disney would be getting 10 of those vehicles in a partnership with Chevy to test out the new fuel cell vehicles.

Disney will be getting 10 of the zero-emission hydrogen-powered vehicles and will use them internally to shuttle employees and talent around the Disneyland campus in California. Unfortunately it doesn’t sound like the will be transporting visitors so visiting Disneyland won’t get you a ride in one.


Samsung DM-S110, DM-S105 Disney Mobile Phones

Posted in Disney,Kids,Mobile Phones,Samsung by Nino Marchetti on August 6th, 2007

Samsung DM-S110Mickey and company are eyeing your wallet today as Disney Mobile and Samsung announced two new mobile phones for the Disney Mobile service. Expect these phones to run you about 20 Mouse Ears after a rebate and two-year detail picking up trash at Disneyland.

The Samsung DM-S105 (silver) and DM-S110 (pink) Disney Mobile phones are very much your garden variety cell phones housed in curved clamshell designs. You get your dual-band, tri-mode, a built-in VGA camera, Bluetooth and an internal and external display. There’s also a hands-free speakerphone to scream into as you ride the Matterhorn.

iRiver Mplayer Launches

Posted in Disney,iRiver,MP3 by Reuben Drake on June 26th, 2007

iRiver Mplayer Mickey Mouse mp3 playerThe Mickey Mouse head shaped iRiver Mplayer has finally launched in Korea. The Mplayer features a design with functional ears to control tracks and volume with a 1GB internal capacity. It’s priced at around $59 and is now available for purchase, but unfortunately only in Korea at this point. We’ll watch for this to hopefully make the jump to other countries in the coming months.

via AkihabaraNews

Mickey Mouse MP3 Player Info Update

Posted in Disney,iRiver,MP3 by Darrin Olson on June 20th, 2007

iRiver Disney Mickey Mouse MP3 playerThat Mickey Mouse MP3 player we talked about earlier this month looks like it’s turning out to be something real as you can see on the iRiver Korea site. Apparently it will go for around $50 and will have a 1GB memory capacity. The ears, as we suspected, do control the volume and track but it doesn’t look like the Mickey shaped device will be coming to too many destinations. Disney had iRiver make it for retail sale in Korea and for the Hong Kong Disney theme park only, at least at this point in time.

The device is 3cm tall and will come in colors of black, white, blue and the ever popular pink. The features of this player aren’t too impressive and the only thing that really stands out is the fact that its shaped like Mickey Mouse’s head, …

Disney Mplayer MP3 player from iRiver

Posted in Disney,iRiver,MP3 by Darrin Olson on June 9th, 2007

Disney Mplayer MP3 player from iRiverThis small Disney Mplayer MP3 player inspired by Mickey Mouse features the shape of Mickey’s head and ears in a spherical design. The ears look to be actually functional controlling the volume with one and moving ahead or back in tracks with the other, possibly by twisting them.

The features here are pretty simple but the design is sure to catch on. There is no screen interface on this little device and by additional photos it appears to be quite small, maybe just 2-3 inches in diameter. There also doesn’t appear to be anyway to start it, stop it or charge it, but maybe plugging in the headphone jack just makes it go since it most likely is targeting kids. The headphone jack is located in the top of “head” between the “ears”.

This Disney Mplayer is expected to be available in parts of …