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Mysterious Supra Skytop II Preview April 29, 2009

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Supra‘s flagship model the Skytop sees a successor in the coming months! The new Supra Skytop II will be revealed at the Agenda tradeshow at Huntington Beach in July of this year. So if anyone is in the area and wants to hook me up with some pictures of what these shoes look like, feel free to do so. I, for one, cannot wait to see them. Cheers.

Prototype CES Presentation January 8, 2009

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I really hope that this game does well. Because it looks awesome. I’ve been waiting a long time to see a proper shape shifter game and this game looks like it has the potential to deliver. All I hope is that the button layout will be alright and not too complicated. Anyways hit the jump to see the trailers and videos that were released at CES 2009. Enjoy!

-annson

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P for PWN?! January 8, 2009

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p_gallery32Sony has finally released details on its much hyped P-series netbook entry at the recent CES convention in Las Vegas, and it is a sexy little thing. Available in 4 colours (Black, White, Red, Green), it will run Vista out of the box, it has an ultra slim profile and sports a 8″ wide screen. All at a low low (remember this is Sony) price of $900 USD what more could you ask for?! Full specs and pictures after the jump.

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Eee Keyboard Anyone? January 6, 2009

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So we all know about Asus Eee Box and their famous Eee PC but here’s something new. Asus has realized that since in all laptop and notebooks, all the computer components are under the keyboard and so they thought “Why not make a computer out of just a keyboard?” And here’s your answer. Hit the jump for more.

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Game Developers Conference 2009! December 8, 2008

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Game Developers Conference is happening next year again in it’s same location, at the Moscone Center in San Francisco, California. This conference is the largest annual gathering of professional video game developers. The event comprises an expo, networking events, awards shows such as the Independent Games Festival and the Game Developers Choice Awards, and a variety of tutorials, lectures, and roundtables by industry professionals on game-related topics covering programming, design, audio, production, business and management, and visual arts.

Hopefully I will get a chance to take time off from work and go to this. As I’ve said before, it’s a great place for networking with all sorts of people from different companies and backgrounds. Also the tutorials that they do there seem very tempting to take as well but it gets quite pricey. For the all-access-pass, including lectures and tutorials and the expo ticket comes to about $1100. Without the lectures its $650 and for just the Expo its $175.  And these prices all go up as the clock ticks down to the day of the event.

–annson

WonderCon 2009! December 7, 2008

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Scheduled to be on February 27 to March 1, this event will take place in the Moscone Center South in San Francisco, California. WonderCon started in 1987 and it wasn’t until the founders partnered up with the folks at Comic-Con that the convention actually took off. Since then, the convention has gotten previews to trailers and screeners of movies like Spider-man 2, Batman Begins, Superman Returns and 300. Hopefully next years will not disappoint us.

I will be attending this convention because I will be in California because I am an international business man there for an international business trip. Tickets for pre-registration has not started yet, even thought they say it will start this month. But I will keep you guys posted with info for WonderCon and of course the info I get when I’m there. But in the case that any of you are interested in going, airplane tickets are getting really cheap. It’s now only about $450 (Everything included) for a round-trip from Toronto, Canada to San Francisco, and it’ll probably go down more as our economy plummets.

-annson