Segway i2 Real Green Now
Segway has decided to really go green with its i2 by coming in that particular color. Officially known as Metallic Sage, Segway claims that the color “has a goldish finish with hues of green and a metallic underbody that grabs changing light.” I think no matter how green the Segway i2 is, most people will still shun it since it is just not as worth purchasing compared to a really cheap car. After all, you can’t go around picking up chicks in a nightclub with this one-seater, right?
From NIN website:
As a thank you to our fans for your continued support, we are giving away the new nine inch nails album one hundred percent free, exclusively via nin.com.
the music is available in a variety of formats including high-quality MP3, FLAC or M4A lossless at CD quality and even higher-than-CD quality 24/96 WAVE. your link will include all options – all free. all downloads include a PDF with artwork and credits.
for those of you interested in physical products, fear not. we plan to make a version of this release available on CD and vinyl in july. details coming soon.
The e-mailed link will download a small .torrent file, which you must open with a torrent application in order to download the audio files. visit this site for information about using torrents.
Get NIN Album Free HERE!
Griffin FlexGrip for iPods
iPod touch and iPod nano owners will be able to enjoy new offerings from Griffin Technology, with the former getting a FlexGrip case while the latter is blessed with the FlexScreen case. The FlexGrip features a two-tone silicone case with a smooth front as well as a textured, nubby rear surface which provides additional grip, making it perfect for those suffering from sweaty palms. Other features include a full-face screen protector (for the touch) and Click Wheel protectors (for the nano). As for the two-piece FlexScreen, you get a clear silicone case featuring the same textured back as the FlexGrip and a clear hard polycarbonate face shield. You won’t find all the relevant jacks blocked by either product, as Griffin are old hands at iPod accessories. Both will retail for $15 a piece.
AT&T disables free iPhone WiFi?
Last week we posted about AT&T offering free WiFi access for iPhone customers at several of their hotspot locations, including a few Starbucks stores. According to MacRumors, AT&T has disabled this free service. However, since AT&T never made an official announcement of this service, it seems possible that the free service was launched early (possibly for testing). AT&T representatives have declined to comment on the issue.
If you got a glimpse of the free future and have now seen that wireless door slam shut again, let us know.