P.I.C: "Got Me Like" Video
Like the players in the video itself, this video demands that you tap along to the beat.
With a brassy trumpet sample, DJ Woody pulls out all the stops for his showcase at the ITF DJ World Championships. Truly mind-blowing.
Pictures of the potential new iPad 5 body surface, BlackBerry aims directly at Apple, and reviews are in for the Steve Jobs biopic.
Will it be Steve or Phil giving the keynote? The App of the Week tracks your "cycle," and the SlingPlayer app sets off Brian.
Apple CEO Steve Jobs shows off the MacBook's new glass trackpad, which, like the iPhone, understands multifinger gestures.
It's our take on Apple's announcements. Any bad Apples? You bet. Steve Jobs likes ice cream, and we interview actor Tyrese Gibson.
Though it looks like a Bumblebee's taser, the XP Strike is a waterproof rugged handset with a 2-megapixel camera, FM radio, and Sprint's Direct Connect.
There's something odd about Hot Chip. Some fracture between conception and actuality that makes them all the more intriguing. Ostensibly Hot Chip sign up to the Hip-Hop dream as espoused by MTV Cribs and presumably as lived by, ooh, Pharrell Williams? They just seem to have some problems translating it to Wandsworth, SE London, is all. In fact they seem to have trouble squaring it with the equal, but to some extent opposite, influence of, say, Bill Callahan from Smog. Or Lambchop. Or Crystal Gayle. So, instead of doing the obvious thing and working out what sort of band they are going to be, they conclude that they will be all of them at once. And then they'll make it all in a room smaller than the box room at your Mum's house. With whatever's lying around. That is, whatever's lying around - toy trumpets, kazoos, blah. This to conform to a cherished idea of Brian Wilson's that, in the studio, anything goes. "Whereas a band like Primal Scream simply want to BE The Rolling Stones for one album, then King Tubby on the next, and Royal Trux on another, we prefer to make references in miniature to the spirit of the records and performances we love and admire," says vocalist/keyboard player Alexis Taylor. Unlike most of their heroes and role models, however, Hot Chip prefer things to be slightly off or too loud or in some way odd, and set great store in the accidental nature of recording. Perhaps it is this that gives them the slightly homemade feel that permeates the whole "Coming On Strong," and makes it an album so high on charm.
Give your iPod the big screen it deserves with this portable DVD player-like video accessory.
The MPIO FY 800 is a lightweight, Nano-like MP3 player that's great for on the go but prone to breakage.