Wednesday, October 17, 2007

Techno-babble: Nokia can also be Touched!

Since many have been "touching" the iPhone, it is only a matter of time before Nokia gets horny and longs for some of the "touching" action as well. But the difference is that with the "Tactile Feedback" you will be able to feel the response, thus making both the user and the phone even more "excited" then ever... Ahhhh... Read more from the Link

Thursday, October 11, 2007

Techno-babble: Here Zunney Zunney Zunney... Sit, Good Dog!

Zune 2!!! Looks cool! :) Wat else can I say? Well at least it is not some "iPervert" that requires some "Touching" here and there to get it "turned on".
Anyway, it is funny how companies think that they can get us to keep buying portable players even if we already own like three unused portables at home. Check this YouTube Zune 2 Demo. Link here.

Tuesday, October 9, 2007

Wednesday, October 3, 2007

Another Johnnie To collaboration: this time with TWO other screen legends, Tsui Hark and Ringo Lam!

Dream team, or too much cooks spoiling the broth? Either ways, I'm highly anticipating this collaborative effort by three of Hong Kong's best directors, which stars Simon Yam and Louis Koo. See the official site here.

Monday, October 1, 2007

Stephen Chow's The Hope coming Jan 31!

In his next movie, Stephen Chow goes after aliens from outer space! Expect a lot of fun to be poked at the expense of our intergalactic neighbours, while I'm not holding my breath for parodies of everything from Close Encounters of the Third Kind to Alien (what else?). Chow's not unfamiliar with ETs - for Chow fans who've seen more than just Kung Fu Hustle, there's a hilarious alien autopsy gag in Forbidden City Cop, which also involves another favourite HK comedian of mine, Cheung Tat-Ming. The Hope has formidable shoes to fill after Chow's award-winning, critically-lauded and damn-entertaining Kung Fu Hustle. However it turns out, at least it'll still be a million times funnier than the barrage of awful HK comedies Wong Jing and co. churn out every year. The Hope is due January 31st, 2008.
Release date news from Variety Asia.