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postheadericon Phosphor’s Reveal wristwatch uses Swarovski crystals to tell time, bedazzle you

The Phosphor brand has usually been associated with E Ink watches in the past, but they’re taking the off-the-beaten-path timekeeping technology in a very different direction this time around with the introduction of the new Reveal line. Of course, glittery little stones are no strangers to the surfaces of watches around the world, but with the Reveal, they play an active role: Phosphor is using what it describes as “proprietary Micro-Magnetic Mechanical Digital technology” to rotate Swarovski crystals into place to form digital time readouts on the thoroughly encrusted face. Think of it like an extremely low-res E Ink, we suppose… but with shiny rocks in place of electrically-charged granules of white and black pigment. The models are available in six styles — four for women, two for men — starting today from $199 and up. Follow the break for the full press release.

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Phosphor’s Reveal wristwatch uses Swarovski crystals to tell time, bedazzle you originally appeared on Engadget on Mon, 07 Mar 2011 10:00:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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postheadericon Time inks deal with HP to bring magazine subscriptions to the TouchPad

Time Inc. has been trying to work out a deal on tablet magazine subscriptions for some time now, and it’s just made a fairly big move in that direction with the help of HP. It confirmed at its “Think Beyond” event today that it has teamed up with the publisher to offer subscriptions to some of its magazines on the TouchPad when it launches this summer. That will apparently include Sports Illustrated, Time and People initially, with Fortune and other Time Inc. titles to follow further on down the road, according to AdWeek. Still no word on pricing, but HP promises they’ll deliver an “immersive reading” experience.

Update: Palm’s Lisa Bewster has confirmed via Twitter that this deal also involves Time getting its big wish: subscribe to the print magazine and you’ll get full access to the tablet version.

For more on all of HP’s webOS announcements today, click here!

Time inks deal with HP to bring magazine subscriptions to the TouchPad originally appeared on Engadget on Wed, 09 Feb 2011 14:10:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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postheadericon Time inks deal with HP to bring magazine subscriptions to the TouchPad

Time Inc. has been trying to work out a deal on tablet magazine subscriptions for some time now, and it’s just made a fairly big move in that direction with the help of HP. It confirmed at its “Think Beyond” event today that it has teamed up with the publisher to offer subscriptions to some of its magazines on the TouchPad when it launches this summer. That will apparently include Sports Illustrated, Time and People initially, with Fortune and other Time Inc. titles to follow further on down the road, according to AdWeek. Still no word on pricing, but HP promises they’ll deliver an “immersive reading” experience.

Update: Palm’s Lisa Bewster has confirmed via Twitter that this deal also involves Time getting its big wish: subscribe to the print magazine and you’ll get full access to the tablet version.

For more on all of HP’s webOS announcements today, click here!

Time inks deal with HP to bring magazine subscriptions to the TouchPad originally appeared on Engadget on Wed, 09 Feb 2011 14:10:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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postheadericon Time inks deal with HP to bring magazine subscriptions to the TouchPad

Time Inc. has been trying to work out a deal on tablet magazine subscriptions for some time now, and it’s just made a fairly big move in that direction with the help of HP. It confirmed at its “Think Beyond” event today that it has teamed up with the publisher to offer subscriptions to some of its magazines on the TouchPad when it launches this summer. That will apparently include Sports Illustrated, Time and People initially, with Fortune and other Time Inc. titles to follow further on down the road, according to AdWeek. Still no word on pricing, but HP promises they’ll deliver an “immersive reading” experience.

Update: Palm’s Lisa Bewster has confirmed via Twitter that this deal also involves Time getting its big wish: subscribe to the print magazine and you’ll get full access to the tablet version.

For more on all of HP’s webOS announcements today, click here!

Time inks deal with HP to bring magazine subscriptions to the TouchPad originally appeared on Engadget on Wed, 09 Feb 2011 14:10:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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postheadericon Verizon iPhone will go on general sale at 7AM on February 10th, you can reserve one on February 9th

Apple has just announced that tomorrow morning’s early Verizon iPhone pre-orders will be available through its online Store as well — starting at 3AM, available to current VZW subscribers only, and sold on a first-come, first-served basis. More pertinent news, however, can be found deeper in the company’s press release, which states that pre-orders will be opened up to the general public on February 9th, when you’ll be able to reserve or have one delivered on launch day, February 10th. Shops will open their doors early, 7AM — matching AT&T’s early opening for the iPhone 4’s original launch way back in June — and availability will be broad, encompassing Apple’s brick and mortar Stores, Verizon’s 2,000+ retail locations, select partners, and even a zany 1-800-2 JOIN IN phone number you can call. So, really, the only people left without a Verizon iPhone on February 11th should be those that don’t actually want one.

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Verizon iPhone will go on general sale at 7AM on February 10th, you can reserve one on February 9th originally appeared on Engadget on Wed, 02 Feb 2011 09:01:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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