Every Serato DJ should consider having a fresh set of boxer shorts for this post. Here’s the official first look.
AGIPRODJ’s First Look
Wondering about the interface for four decks? We think it will look like this (top right corner).
Would we buy one at a street price of $899? Sure.
Brilliant interview with Bishop Lamont (Lil’ Wayne x 10 in 2009?) my big homey DJ Skee!
You can also hear some of the single ‘Finally’ produced by Dr Dre.
Here’s the write up on the Blackberry Bold (I been sat on this story for a month too, just been way busy). First thing is first, those in the know want to know when it’s coming out… according to this Pocket-Lint story:
“3 has told Pocket-lint that it will not be the first operator to offer the new handset in the UK. That pleasure, according to a 3 spokesman, will go to Vodafone. According to the spokesman, “Vodafone will be launching the handset it the next two weeks”. Vodafone however would never confirm or deny the rumour, however suggested to Pocket-lint that: “We are hoping to launch the Bold before 1st November”… ”
Now, my favourite bit (DJ’s, MC’s, check the date stamp of this blog for future reference) – I have already messed with the Blackberry Bold, and have one on pre-order, so as the saying goes…FIRST!!! …don’t hate… OK do…
….keep hating, I’m not done. I got the hook-up direct from Blackberry in the UK, though it’s not my style to mention names and get that person into trouble. Firstly, the half-VGA screen is awesome, way better than anything we’ve seen in conventional phones and especially on PDA’s. The operating system is fast and slick, although the bottom of the screen horizontal hot icons (normally over to the left and vertical) almost look like a permanent fixture when you first see them because of the unnecessary black border. The movie imagery is brilliant, and the sound seems to be heading that way too, although I was outside for the testing. You get to keep the 35mm headphone jack, and side hot keys from the Curve also. More >
Apple today announced that it has opened its US Video Download Rental Store, spreading internationally later this year. The MacWorld announcement stated that Warner Brothers, Walt Disney, 20th Century Fox, Paramount, Universal and Sony Pictures are all on-board. New movies will be $3.99 USD, and older movies will be $2.99 USD, to rent only.
You can either watch them there and then, through broadband streaming, OR, download it on to your hard-drive for 30 days BUT once you start watching it, you only have 24 hours to complete it.
The move fits nicely in with the ‘we’re so cool, we created a Mac with no optical (disc) drive’ announcement of the MacBook Air. This lovely looking device only has one USB 2.0 slot, a DVI socket and a headphone jack. The full techspecs are here…click. It can actually takeover a CD/DVD drive of a nearby PC or Mac through Wi-Fi, to install programs onto itself, how gangsta is that?
Overall, it’s got some REALLY good useability features, like the option to expand parts of programs, or websites, that you’re more interested in. It’s a new concept based on the iPhone, probably better to watch the video here. What do you think of this size zero lapdancer… sorry laptop?