So with the release of the Motorola Xoom this week armed with an Nvidia Tegra 2 Dual Core Processor who is going to fork out the money or who is thinking maybe it's best to wait till oh say August? According to Phandroid.com, Nividia has already announced that the quad core processors will be available in Tablets by August of this year. If this is the case then why would anyone really be looking to spend the money on anything less and then in six months fork over another amount of money for the next best thing, which is clearly the next best thing. I'm not saying the Zoom isn't a clearly capable peace of craftsmanship but honestly why go for less when bigger and better is just around the corner? Hit the link to check out the video via youtube. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Sr19foRfzx8


iPhone Telephoto Lens Available

Who knew this would be an option later on? It seems like Photojojo is now making available, and selling for $35, a zoom lens for the iPhone. With the $35, comes a tripod, cleaning cloth and phone case. I think it's pretty cool, but I have a DSLR that I use for more professional, crisp pictures when I need to take them. I would just leave the iPhone as it is and use the camera for a more random, on-the-go type pictures and videos. But it is a cool add-on though.


AT&T Pokes a little fun at Verizons Lack Of Data & Calling At The Same Time

So it looks like AT&T are having a little fun back with Verizon over the launch of Iphone going over to a cdma network. Reminding everyone of why it's better to have data and talk at the same time. http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=8M5u6ES7BBo


Sexy Gamer Girl Breaks Guitar Hero Record

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With a mini-dress hugged ever so closely to her nicely curved assets and a pair of over the knee boots, Annie Leung broke the world record for the track "Through the Fire and Flames" by the band DragonForce in expert level on Guitar Hero. Racking up 789,349 points, Annie Leung sure knows how to work her fingers. You can catch this story in the Guinness World Records 2011 Gamer's Edition, which should be in stores.

Annie, aka Ecstacy, graduated from UC Berkeley with a degree in environmental economics and policy. Like many people, she began playing video games when she was a kid but didn't get serious until she got hooked in 2004 with Unreal Tournament. And now, she broke the record for Guitar Hero (in her mini-dress and over the knee boots).