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Innocomm Shark Android 3.5G phone with mobile TV

Posted in Mobile Phones by Conner Flynn on June 2nd, 2010

If mobile TV is your thing, the Innocomm Shark Android 3.5G packs a 3.2 inch touchscreen, along with some other nice features, like for instance mobile TV. The Shark features a capacitive touch on that screen and has an 8 megapixel camera, 3.5G connectivity, Wi-fi support and analog TV.

Sounds like a nice entertainment-based smartphone to us. It’s Android and even has a provision for recording TV grabs. Nothing on price yet, but we’ll keep you posted when we find out.

Samsung Shark S5350, S5550 and S3550 get official

Posted in Samsung by Conner Flynn on January 14th, 2010

Clearly not worried about jumping the shark, Samsung has launched a new range of phones which target the multimedia-hungry, who constantly need to be connected to social networking sites. You know, “the youth”. Otherwise known as “Those damn kids”.

The new range is scheduled to go on sale next month and includes the Samsung Shark S5350, Samsung Shark 2 S5550 and Samsung Shark 3 S3550. All three handsets integrate SNS (Social Networking Services), providing one-click access to popular services like MySpace, Facebook, Bebo and others.

Audi Shark flying car concept

Posted in Automotive by Conner Flynn on March 2nd, 2009

Audi Shark flying car conceptIs it a shark? A submarine? A flying car? All of the above. And it’s the most badass flying car/shark/submarine I’ve ever seen. Kazim Doku’s Shark concept is how he envisions the future of Audi’s design: as a flying car. Design inspirations came from motorcycles and airplanes, and obviously underwater vessels.

Even the interior gets some sporty seats with the cockpit’s sculpture, so you can sit comfortably while flying to work and playing with some buttons etc. Check out a video below. Who needs roads when you can fly in this kind of style?

Shark Fin ice cube mold: This time it’s personal

Posted in Home by Conner Flynn on January 26th, 2009

Shark Fin ice cube mold: This time it’s personalScrew a bigger boat, I think we’re gonna need a bigger cup. This is one of the more clever ice cube molds that we’ve seen since Gin and Titonic. You can feel the tension. Hear the famous shark music as you sip, always wondering if your next sip will be the one that upsets the shark in your glass.

At first glance they look like they would topple over when you put them in your drink, but if you look at the pic, you’ll see that under the fin is a sturdy base of ice that will keep everything fin-up. This may be the coolest ice cube tray thing yet.