Sylvester Stallone’s Rambo 5 the Greenlight

Wow. To be honest, I never thought this would happen. Variety reports that Nu Image/Millennium Films has greenlit a fifth Rambo movie
Following the fourth Rambo movie from 2008. The upcoming project’s storyline revolves around Rambo fighting his way through human traffickers and drug lords to rescue a young girl abducted near the US-Mexico border. Production will start in the spring after Sylvester Stallone wraps up The Expendables. Stallone will also be back to direct and may also write the sequel.

(Source: Attuworld)


LEGO House Under Construction

James May
A full-sized LEGO house in the UK. James May, the TV host responsible, has construction of the three-million brick project well underway. And yes, it has a functioning bathroom. You can view twenty photos of the construction process at the link.

James May

(Source: Geek Sugar)

Disney Buys Marvel for $4-billion

The Walt Disney Co. said Monday it is buying Marvel Entertainment Inc. for $4-billion (U.S.) in cash and stock, bringing characters like Iron Man and Spider-Man into the family of Mickey Mouse and WALL-E.

Micky Xmen

SIXTEEN cameras on the new London bus, 205, Islington, London, UK

London Bus
This is Regent’s Park on the 205 bus. Its a new bus, and right by the driver has a screen showing the feed from the sixteen CCTV cameras on this one bus. How much of that footage to they actually archive? For how long? And how much of it do they lose track of?

Cool scene from dance show: Shadowland

Amazing dance scene from Pilobolus’s SHADOWLAND: the “Transformation” excerpt.
Pilobolus is a “nonprofit modern dance theater obsessed with experimental digital media.”

AT&T and Apple sued for misleading MMS marketing

Great Ceasar’s ghost! A woman in Ohio is charging the double-As for breach of contract for… mum… not supplying MMS with the 3.0 firmware.

She writes in the lawsuit:

“Millions of customers, as a result of the false and deceptive representations and concealments of Apple and AT&T purchased the 3G and 3GS, waiting for the wonderful day in June 2009 when the new application would be available which would allow MMS,” the court filing states. “Unfortunately, after downloading the new 3.0 Software Update application, MMS still did not work on both the 3G and 3GS.”

While the lawsuit is clearly batshit insane, the plaintiff, Deborah Carr, does have a point: we were supposed to get MMS in late summer and summer, according to WWDC and they’ll release MMS when they damn well feel like it – but it’s nice to see someone holding good old arbitrary Apple to some of its PR claims.

(Source: CrunchGear)



Nokia’s N900, a well-heeled angle on the shaky “mobile internet device” category, shall run Maemo 5, a cut of linux intended for heavy internet use. At 800 pixels wide, the display will better cellphones at showing web-pages, and high-end features abound: there’s a 5 megapixel camera, a slide-out QWERTY keyboard, Flash compatibility, 32GB of storage, GPS and TV-out. Such a shame it isn’t a cellphone! Update: It is a cellphone! Damn!
Furthermore, at 500 Euros, it’ll have to justify itself as a “netbook replacement” for those not already fond of Nokia’s past lineup of internet tablets.