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myTouch 4G Slide Appears In The Wild

Posted in Mobile Phones by Conner Flynn on June 20th, 2011

How about some crystal clear myTouch 4G Slide in the wild shots? The device has shown up in some pics that are actually pretty nice and clear. Looks like it will definitely run Gingerbread with an HTC Sense UI. The keyboard is said to be amazing and the phone surprisingly fast.

Apparently the keyboard also feels a lot like the G2 keyboard. The phone also apparently weighs in at a little bit more than the G2, so we will see how it feels. Nice to see it clearly for once.

T-Mobile MyTouch 4G Slide revealed in accessory photos

Posted in T-Mobile by Conner Flynn on June 8th, 2011

HTC DoubleShot is the code name for the T-Mobile myTouch 4G Slide that is coming soon. And today we have some accessory cases showing how the final design will most likely look. T-Mobile has not announced this device, but it will likely be sometime soon.

It looks like it features a dual LED flash and they’ve moved the speaker down below. It will look similar to the original myTouch 4G but with a slide out QWERTY keyboard and that new dual-core Snapdragon processor.

Ti-Vo slide QWERTY Bluetooth remote hits the FCC

Posted in Remotes by Conner Flynn on June 13th, 2010

A remote with a slide out QWERTY keyboard? This remote recently hit the FCC’s test bench. The Ti-Vo slide Bluetooth remote certainly looks odd, but very useful. But it’s only operational over Bluetooth.

It will be interesting to see how this fares once it hits the market. With no shipping date or price tag, we have no idea if this will be flying off shelves and into your waiting hands or sitting on shelves feeling all QWERTY with no where to go.

Nokia launches 6600i slide with US 3G, 5MP camera

Posted in Nokia by Conner Flynn on May 20th, 2009

Nokia launches 6600i slide with US 3G, 5MP cameraOn Tuesday Nokia added the 6600i slide to its roster. It’s Nokia’s smallest slider yet, with a 5-megapixel camera that includes dual LED flashes. That brushed-metal housing should get your slider some attention. It also has a tap interface for quickly waking the phone, muting alerts and ringtones, as well as turning down calls.

The phone accepts microSDHC cards up to 16GB and has both a 1GB card in the box and a combo headset, FM radio and mic. Expect it to ship to “select markets” this summer for 200 Euros ($272) before carrier discounts.

Sony unveiling new PSP with slide-out buttons at E3?

Posted in PSP by Conner Flynn on April 29th, 2009

Sony unveiling new PSP with slide-out buttons at E3?Rumors of a major PSP hardware redesign have repeatedly surfaced over the last several months. There have been claims that the UMD disc drive is gone, and others pointing to a second analog stick and sliding screen. 1up cites some sources directly involved with the new system and says that Sony will unveil their revamped PSP at this year’s E3 conference in June.

Here’s the breakdown. The UMD is gone, replaced with options for 8GB or 16GB of built-in flash memory. Three rumored names include PSP Slide, PSP Flip, and PSP Go!. That last borrows from Sony’s Go! brand and has us thinking there might be a built-in camera. The same D-pad, analog nub, and face button configuration, but they now slide out from the bottom of the unit.

New PSP to be a slider?

Posted in PSP by Conner Flynn on February 23rd, 2009

New PSP to be a slider?What are the odds? There’s a rumor floating around on the internet. And it involves the PSP. That’s never happened before… Sarcasm aside, this latest rumor predicts an actual lustworthy design that includes a sliding screen and yet no new hardware inside.

If true, that means it’ll have the exact same internal guts as your current model, it will just be more cellphone-like. On one hand, i’d be glad they upped the design and payed attention to various fan renders like the one above, but what good does that do you if the innards don’t match?

Swype: Just slide to type

Posted in Mobile Phones by Conner Flynn on September 10th, 2008

Swype: Just slide to typeCliff Kushler is the inventor of T9 Keyboard technology, and now he has another revolutionary technology that will make texting even easier. It’s called Swype is as simple as tapping on your touch screen and sliding your stylus/finger to all the letters of a word and lifting after each word is finished. It’s smart thanks to a built-in 65,000-word dictionary that corrects obvious spelling errors. If there are alternate options, a word menu pops up. A nudge upwards will capitalize the words, and a wiggle will allow for double letter entry.

This will make many users lives easier. The technology was developed with Windows Mobile, the tablet version of XP and Vista, and Surface in mind, but the iPhone could really use it. Kushler says he can type 55 words per minute using it. Everyday users may not fair that well, but it will still be easy to use.


Keyboarded iPhone headed our way?

Posted in iPhone by Conner Flynn on July 1st, 2008

Keyboarded iPhone headed our way?Apparently there is a super secret prototype in the halls of Apple. A prototype of an iPhone with a slide-out keyboard. The idea would be to focus on the BlackBerry market, which is actually pretty smart. According to the Register:

And he has taken this beyond just chatting: actual prototypes – not just mockups – have been sent to senior executives at some operators. I’m not allowed to even hint which operators… but I can report that the keyboard has “issues” which are not yet resolved.

DT08 Slide Toaster looks like a toast MRI machine

Posted in Home by Conner Flynn on June 30th, 2008

DT08 Slide Toaster looks like a toast MRI machine
We’ve seen plenty of examples of toasters here at the Brick. Could be that we love toast. Could be that toast is a bloggers best friend as it symbolizes crisp content and is all buttery and good.

Whatever the reason, we think this one looks like a toast MRI machine that will check it’s crust for tumors and the like. As far as toasters go, it actually looks futuristic. And when you can watch the process it’s just plain fun for the easily entertained. It’s a concept design from Daniel Thomas. I don’ know if he’s any relation to the English muffin guy, but it’s obviously is in the blood somewhere.


Carpet skates contest winners

Posted in Contests by Conner Flynn on March 16th, 2008

Carpet skates contest winners
Below are the winners of the Carpet skates contest. These people will be enjoying indoor horseplay like never before. We here at the Brick are not responsible for broken china, shattered vases or heads stuck in TV’s. Seriously, enjoy yourselves, but not too much.


Win a pair of carpet skates

Posted in Contests by Conner Flynn on February 29th, 2008

carpet skates
If you love indoor horseplay and want the ability to slide on your carpet like an ice skater, now’s your chance to get a pair of these carpet skates from Fun Slides. It used to be that you could only slide with socks and a smooth floor. Not anymore. Now you can slide across a carpet with ease. Think of all the trouble you can get into. Think of all the breakables. Just try not to get into too much trouble. The skates have a friction resistant and foam foot grip. Just strap them onto your shoes and slide with ease. They come in 6 colors.