Star Wars’ Old Republic Forces Its Way Into Times Square

I’ve seen loads of different Star Wars promos over the years, but this epic Star Wars battle is a pretty good one. To celebrate the official launch of BioWare’s Star Wars: The Old Republic video game, EA set an army of Jedi and Sith loose on Times Square, lightsabers in hand.

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BlackBerry 9980 Spotted in China: Fake or No Fake?

This BlackBerry popped up  a few days ago on a Chinese web site, and it’s supposed to be the new BlackBerry 9980. I have to admit that the design is somewhat intriguing, but if it really looks like this, will it sell?

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Tiny Desktop Computer: If You Thought it Was Hard to Upgrade Your PC…

This looks like an ordinary computer desktop, until you you see a giant fingers reaching down and starting to work the mouse. The whole thing looks like something that belongs in a doll house. The only question that’s left is whether it’s real or a fake.

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Animated Augmented Reality Tattoo Sings a Little Song

This isn’t just a any old tattoo, but it’s actually an animated augmented reality tattoo, which in my book makes it awesomesauce. However, I still wouldn’t want one on my skin. Would you?

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Vintage Facebook, Skype, and Youtube Posters

Imagine what it would have been like for your grandparents to have Facebook, YouTube, and Skype in their lifetime. It might have gone something like this.

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vintage ad facebook skype youtube

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Fake Memoirs

Margaret Seltzer is just the latest in a slue of fake memoirs. Recently, a fake holocaust memoir was published, and then there was the whole JT LeRoy/Laura Albert fiasco. That followed the James Frey controversy of 2005.

Author Admits Memoir Is A Fake

Margaret Seltzer author of Love and Consequences admits that her memoir is a fake.

Acclaimed Author Admits To Faking It

Acclaimed author Margaret B. Jones admits to fabricating her memoir, “Love and Consequences”.