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P8000 Moon may be Pantech’s first Android phone for AT&T

Posted in Android by Conner Flynn on December 13th, 2010

Not a single one of AT&T’s Pantech-branded handsets thus far has been powered by the Android operating system, but the Pantech Moon P8000 may change all of that. This smartphone recently visited the FCC and features support for AT&T 3G, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth.

It might not ship with a QWERTY keyboard, so there’s that to consider. And we don’t have any info on when they plan to roll out the Pantech Moon P8000, but we will let you know when we have more info.

Moonwatch, the Werewolf’s new best friend

Posted in Watches by Conner Flynn on April 8th, 2010

One of the problems with being a werewolf, aside from the fact that you change once a month and go on a killing spree, is that it’s a pain to keep track of the lunar cycle. What if you forget to mark it on a calendar? Well, the Moonwatch will show you the time either by hour or by phase of the moon, so you’ll never be caught off guard again.

That way if you want, you can lock yourself in a cage ahead of time. The rest of us thank you ahead of time for being a responsible Werewolf and using this watch, which is not available yet, but hopefully soon.

Moon coffee table book costs $90,500

Posted in News by Conner Flynn on December 2nd, 2009

Moon coffee table book costs $90,500Taschen, maker of all kinds of overpriced coffee table books, has reissued the Norman Mailer book Moonfire, which comes in an aluminum case with Apollo11 struts. The front cover is made to look like the moon’s surface and even comes with a separate piece of lunar rock in a Marc Newson case.

What will all of this cost you? This limited-edition book is $90,500. There’s a cheaper version for $1,500 for folks like you and me, but it’s probably garbage. This is one small step for people with too much money and one giant leap for Taschen’s pocketbook.

Shadow shaping robots write advertising on the moon

Posted in Robots by Shane McGlaun on July 20th, 2009

shadowshape-sbI know this is a hoax, exactly what the ultimate motive of the hoax is I am curious to find out. A company called Moon Publicity has issued a press release today claiming to have new technology that will allow companies to write advertising on the moon.

The ads would be written by robots using what the company called shadow shaping technology that amounts to rovers with grooved wheels making lines. The company says that the ads will be viewable from anywhere on Earth forever.

Watches made from spare space parts

Posted in Watches by Conner Flynn on November 16th, 2008

Watches made from spare space partsSwiss watchmaker Romain Jerome has released something new and amazingly awesome in the “Moon Dust-DNA” collection. It’s a collection of 1969 timepieces that includes watches made from such things as moon dust, parts of the Apollo 11 rocket and even pieces actual spacesuits. Why 1969 timepieces? That was the year of the first moon landing.

The dials feature tiny craters with dust in them from moon rocks, the cases include bits of steel from the Apollo 11 space shuttle and the strap gets the same treatment, containing fibers from a spacesuit worn during the ISS mission. So if you want to get yourself several pieces of things that have actually been in space, this is a good way to do it. Pricing for the Moon Dust-DNA watches is also out of this world, starting at $15,000 and goes as high as $500,000.

Moon with a view

Posted in Outdoors,Toys by Chetz on October 3rd, 2007

Personal Moon gives you moonlight wherever you want itWhile it may be more impractical than useful there is something very appealing about being able to own your own moon and have the power to switch it on or off whenever you feel like it. Russian designers have come up with a concept they call a “Personal Moon”, a crescent-shaped light box that provides a brilliant while glow for your immediate vicinity. The artificial moon is bright enough to stand out from quite a distance away and it seems to radiate a lot of lumens (specifics weren’t available on the designers’ official website and neither was a price.)

The uses for such a cool toy are only limited by your imagination and the amount of storage space you have. Something like this hanging from a tree could be fantastic for lighting up your yard at night or for placing on top of your house to make life easier for those delivery drivers. Now what about making it change colors?