Archive for April, 2010

11
Apr
10

The Other Guys – Trailer

Two mismatched New York City detectives seize an opportunity to step up like the city’s top cops whom they idolize — only things don’t quite go as planned.


11
Apr
10

The Losers – Trailer

Or as I like the call it ” Its gonna be a fucken awesome movie year” ,Check out these 3.5 minutes of awesomeness.

Based on the Comic book ” The losers” released by Vertigo back in 20030

Wikipedia

The Losers’ reimagining was set against events surrounding and including the War on Terror. Originally a Special Forces team seconded to the Central Intelligence Agency. In the 90s, the Losers were betrayed by their handler, Max, and left for dead following the conclusion of their operation. Eager for revenge and the opportunity to remove their names from a secret CIA death list, the Losers regroup and conduct covert operations against the CIA and its interests, uncovering startling operations spearheaded by the enigmatic Max, whose influence within the CIA and U.S. government is unparalleled.[1]

10
Apr
10

Apple's New iPhone App Policy: All Your Code Are Belong To Us

Amidst all the hullabaloo surrounding the launch of Apple’s iPhone OS 4.0, the contentious company from Cupertino is coming under fire for a quietly made change to its iPhone developer’s agreement.

The change, first noted by John Gruber of the Daring Fireball blog, effectively prohibits developers from using any “intermediary translation” tools in building native iPhone applications. In simpler terms, programmers will be required to use only Apple’s proprietary tools in creating their apps; they won’t be able to translate their programs from other platforms as they’d previously been able to do.

pcworld

10
Apr
10

Apple's New iPhone App Policy: All Your Code Are Belong To Us

Amidst all the hullabaloo surrounding the launch of Apple’s iPhone OS 4.0, the contentious company from Cupertino is coming under fire for a quietly made change to its iPhone developer’s agreement.

The change, first noted by John Gruber of the Daring Fireball blog, effectively prohibits developers from using any “intermediary translation” tools in building native iPhone applications. In simpler terms, programmers will be required to use only Apple’s proprietary tools in creating their apps; they won’t be able to translate their programs from other platforms as they’d previously been able to do.

pcworld

09
Apr
10

Remote Controlled Lego Bugatti Veyron with a working seven-speed gearbox

Via: Autoblog

09
Apr
10

Bomb Proof Wallpaper

I’m not sure this could be called wallpaper, seriously people this is not wallpaper this is reenforcemen for your walls in case bad shit happen. It would be cool to see how much of this stuff one would need to stop bullets 😀

Popsci via Gizmodo and Dvice

09
Apr
10

Tired!

To many late nights make Ark a dull boy.