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Born This Way Ball Ziggo Dome Amsterdam 17 September 2012 Filmed with: Samsung Galaxy Note Sorry if it might be a bit crappy, but hey, it’s going to be the whole Ball in the end xDRelated Posts:
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Apple App of the Month: September 2012! This is the second-to-last iApp ever!! This months app is iMovie from Apple for iPhone 4-5 iPod 4-5 and iPad 2-3 Video Rating: 0 / 5Related Posts:
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For Tesla owners looking at taking their electric vehicles out for some long haul driving, a plan to line the highways and/or byways with fast chargers should be welcome news. After mentioning the Supercharger Network as early as January, company founder Elon Musk tweeted tonight that it would officially be unveiled September 24th. So, what will it actually look like? Musk claims it will “feel like alien spaceships landed at highway rest stops,” where owners may be able to enjoy amenities like charging that takes their batteries from ten to 90 percent in just 45 minutes or fast battery swaps. We’ve marked our calendars, check out AutoblogGreen for more speculation on just what Supercharging may entail, including the potential that the stations themselves will be solar powered.
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Ready to hop on the iPhone 5 bandwagon after tuning into yesterday’s unveiling? Keep an eye on the clock and pull out a credit card, because Apple, AT&T, Sprint and Verizon will kick off online pre-orders tomorrow at 3:01AM (or at 12:01AM PT for folks on the West Coast). Sixth generation iPhones begin shipping on September 21st and start at $ 199.99 for 16GB models bound to two-year contracts. Those who relish a healthy dose of suspense can always test the hand of fate — and retail availability — by visiting Apple’s brick-and-mortar establishments at 8AM on launch day.
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Future Cinema presents Grease – Friday 7th September Several scenes out of the film was recreated in a field in Barnes, south west London, followed by a screening of the film. Camera: Samsung Nexus Galaxy Video Rating: 0 / 5Related Posts:
The FCC has been more than a little eager to repurpose spectrum as wireless internet access takes off: white spaces and iDEN frequencies have already switched roles, and that’s not including the myriad of spectrum swaps. Add one more wireless variety to the list, as FCC Chairman Julius Genachowski has confirmed his agency will vote on a proposal for incentive-based auctions of UHF spectrum. When the Commission meets next on September 28th, it will decide on whether or not to lure broadcasters into giving up the usually TV-focused space for the sake of data lovers everywhere. The freed-up airwaves in the proposal would mostly be unlicensed spectrum with “WiFi-like uses,” but at a much lower frequency than the 2.4GHz and 5GHz bands that WiFi needs today: as the first consistent, unlicensed spectrum at that range in the US, it could create opportunities for longer-ranged, free wireless that aren’t even on the table in 2012. Not that we have much of a choice in taking action today. Any accepted rules won’t be completely finalized until mid-2013, and the auction itself won’t take place until 2014. Still, the UHF plans foster dreams of more wireless for everyone — and we suspect that even one Mr. Yankovic wouldn’t mind giving up Channel 62 for a long-distance home network.
What a crazy week, both for the industry at large and for The Verge on a personal level. Major turning points for numerous companies (Nokia, Amazon, Motorola). Major hints at the week’s ahead (Apple, HTC). And for The Verge, a chance to fly in (almost) everyone on staff to laugh together, learn together, and of course, find new purpose in this silly “thing” we call life.
It’s the last night we’ll all be together in one office — tired, poor, huddled masses yearning to get out of the wide shot and go rest. Sorry all, just one more take. How many beautiful faces can we put in one shot? Here’s your answer.