Today, iPhone 4 is launched in 17 more countries, so in following you may watch the iPhone 4 launch videos from several places worldwide.
List of 17 Countries Getting iPhone 4 Today, 30 July 2010
iPhone 4 Launch Video from Hong Kong
iPhone 4 Launch Video from Sweden
iPhone 4 Launch Video from Australia
We had to do a double take when we saw the $180 price on this 7-inch X10 touchscreen Tablet PC. Amid a sea of me-too slate PCs, this one makes lofty claims, including the most eyebrow-raising of all: the ability to play 1080p video over its HDMI port.
If this cheap 800×480 Wi-Fi and GPS-packing tablet can do what its maker says, it could be a game changer. Instead of spending $1000 on that bulky home theater PC we showed you yesterday, or $500 on the cheapest iPad, you could just plug this baby into your HDTV and watch a huge variety of Blu-ray-quality video formats, including H.264 and Matroska [...]
Apple has announce the international release date and prices for the iPad. Apple iPad will be hitting shelves of Australia, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Spain, Switzerland and the UK on May 28th and iPad pre-orders in these countries will begin on May 10th via Apple’s online store.
iPad International Prices and Official Press release after the jump…
The press release also states the availability of iPad in Austria, Belgium, Hong Kong, Ireland, Luxembourg, Mexico, Netherlands, New Zealand and Singapore in July.
iPad Prices (International)
iPad is available in Australia [...]
Since the iPad’s U.S. launch, Apple has had to restrict sales to two per person. That’s because the U.S. has been the only place to buy them, and Europeans have been trying to buy 10 at a time to bring home and sell to friends. Looks like that won’t be an issue for much longer.
On May 28, the following countries get to hand over more of their hard-earned money to Apple for a shiny piece of tech: Australia, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Spain, Switzerland and the U.K.. And then in July, Austria, Belgium, Hong Kong, Ireland, Luxembourg, Mexico, the Netherlands, New Zealand [...]
Users from France, Germany, Belgium, Austria and Switzerland can benefit from Simon Wenner’s work on the Arte+7 Plugin for Totem. The plugin allows you to watch the streams listed on plus7.arte.tv with Totem.
You can download the stable totem-plugin-arte-0.8.tar.gz or pull it from gitorious.org/totem-plugin-arte. There’s also an Ubuntu package in Nicolas’ PPA for those of you who are too lazy to compile it. It would be nice if someone from a country not supported by the Arte streaming service, could test the plugin too, to check if it behaves reasonable in such a situation.
App store analytics company Distimo has released its December report on mobile apps, this time zooming in on the physical location of publishers in Google Android Market, and how the prices of their apps compares to those of developers in other countries.
Distimo found that publishers in the Euro zone (Austria, France, Germany, Italy, The Netherlands and Spain) tend to price their applications higher than those in the United Kingdom, the U.S. and Japan.
The average price of an Android app published by a developer in Europe is $4.42, which is 49% higher than publishers located in the United States [...]
The Mobile Premier Awards, perhaps the most prestigious startup competition in the mobile business, has named 48 companies to participate in its semi-final round. They were each nominated by their local MobileMonday chapters (groups that meet on a monthly basis around the world to talk about the hottest topics and issues in the industry).
An international jury will select 20 finalists from this list that will each get a chance to pitch their company at the Mobile Premier Awards ceremony on Feb. 15 in Barcelona. The event will take place during the Mobile World Congress.
Here is the list of nominees:
Steve Ross (real name Szmulek Rozental) is the founder of The New England Holocaust Memorial in Boston. He says he survived 10 camps, and that one time he hid from the Nazis in an outhouse submerged up to his neck in human excrement. On the Holo circuit, he shows the kiddies animal figurines allegedly made from the crushed bones of Jews.
Holocaust survivor recalls tale of Kristallnacht
by Alison Pfeffer and Michaela MayNews | 11/12/02The Justice (Independent Student Newspaper of Brandeis University)
Speaking in an event commemorating Kristallnacht, Steven Ross told an audience Thursday that it [...]
Susan is an Austrian jew who became a university Professor and self-styled expert on the Holyhoax.
As the story goes, Susan was taken to Auschwitz at 18 years old, where she ate “sawdust salami”, and had to eat and poop out the same bowl. Sometimes, she ate grass and frogs.
She claims the Nazis had killed 2 million Polish jews by 1941, and that holocausting jews by bullets was too costly because they needed the bullets for the war, so the Germans built the “death camps.”
Cernyak-Spatz says the Germans were so determined to kill every last jew that “trains carrying [...]
Excellent brief historical overview.
TIME LINE OF THE JEW ROTHSCHILD OWNED FEDERAL RESERVE BANK
1791-1811: Rothschild’s First Bank of the United States.
1816-1836: Rothschild’s Second Bank of the United States.
1837-1862: Free Banking Era – no formal Central Bank through the efforts of President Andrew Jackson, who, according to Jackson, the Rothschild’s later tried to assassinate.
1862-1913: System of National Banks through the efforts of President Andrew Jackson.
In 1862 Abraham Lincoln issued his own fiat money to finance the Civil War and bucked the Jew New York Banks [...]