Verbatim Introduces The ‘Weightless’ USB Clip

So, what is ‘weightless’? I won’t answer that question for you, but I can tell you that Verbatim recently is advertisng the USB clip as such, even though it’s scientifically impossible. Anywho, they come in lots of pretty colors, offer 2GB to 4GB of storage space, and add a form of reverse pshcology once you clip one of them to a document at work, with the document inside of the USB clip.

Freaky stuff, I know.

Source: Verbatim, then Wired

Samsung Galaxy Tab Demoed In A Clean, Hip, And Fast Style

Honestly, if you want to yawn today at a video or get some techno in your ears, that’s fine by me, just do it watching Samsung’s official demo of the Galaxy Tab, seen below. Contrary to the glorious disaster we saw earlier with the HP Slate, Samsung is really selling their tablet here, despite this demo probably being so perfect that you wouldn’t find any mistakes, but still, the Galaxy Tab works and it keeps on working damn good non-stop.

HP Slate Leaked Prototype Demoed On Video, Is A Silly Mess

This just has to be fake. I can help it. A dedicated button to bring up the keyboard? A dedicated Ctrl-Alt-Del button? And yet I do think it’s real, and that HP has lost its mind. The video, available in HD, gives a tour of the HP Slate, but then when it goes to a UI demonstration, even though this is a prototype after all, completely fails. At the moment, I’m having a cringe just looking at the video.

Possible Blueprints for the HTC HD7? Meh, But I’ll Take It

While this may be the exact look of the HTC HD7, successor to the HD2, there may be a possibility that this is all baloney. Still, if this is the real deal, then props to HTC and Microsoft making the Windows Phone 7-based handset look absolutely awesome.

Specs wise, there is a 4.3-inch screen, dual-LED flash, 3.5mm headset jack, and beveled back like the EVO 4G; even possibly a kickstand. Props to WMPowerUser for finding the prints.

DROID X Android 2.2 Froyo OTA Finally Sees The Light Of Day Tomorrow? (Update: confirmed)

I’ve had my own personal Verizon ninja telling me the Droid X Froyo update was due to come late last month and the middle of this one, perhaps Mr. Ninja may be right? Kellex at DROID-Life has the scoop on the Droid X update, bringing all native Android 2.2 feautres via an -over-the-air (OTA) update, possibly this Wednesday the 22nd —  which is tomorrow.

Fingers crossed?

Updated: Verizon has confirmed this via their Twitter account.