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Ryan Seacrest’s keyboard case turns your iPhone into a BlackBerry (video)

The market for keyboard-equipped phones may be on the wane, but don’t tell that to Ryan Seacrest — the American Idol host is convinced that messaging mavens need real buttons. To that end, he’s jumping into hardware and launching the Typo Keyboard …

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Ladies & Gentlemen… Ryan Helgerson

what the title says … love the macbook lol
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Ryan vs Dorkman

RYAN WIEBER VS. MICHAEL “DORKMAN” SCOTT What began as a friendly rivalry between two effects artists explodes off TheForce.Net’s FanFilms Forum and into the real world in a lightsaber battle royale. Originally created for the forum’s lightsaber choreography competition, this fight to the death will decide once and for all who is truly most skilled with a saber. There can be only one. (I did not make this short film, stop asking me how I made the special effects. Its a mix of rotoscoping, photoshop and After Effects.) Visit their website at www.ryanvsdorkman.com for any and all info concerning how to make this video, how long it took, or to meet the real creators of the fanfilm. FAQs (from ryanvsdorkman.com) How did you do those lightsaber effects? We used Adobe After Effects to rotoscope the prop blades and add glows to them. Essentially the same way ILM does it. After Effects was also used for a variety of other visual effects you see (or don’t see) in RvD. How long did it take you to make this, and when did it come out? We choreographed and filmed over the course of three weekends, and spent about 4 months on the effects in our spare time, finishing March 1st, 2003. Did you guys have any martial arts or sword training when you made this? Neither of us had any formal training of any kind at the time of making RvD. Just watched a lot of movies. Where was this shot, and what is that thing in the background? RvD was filmed at Carco Electronics, who built flight simulators
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The Engadget Show – 020: RIM’s Ryan Biden, GDGT’s Peter Rojas, Ford CEO Alan Mulally, lots of tablets, Shredder test-drive

Welcome to the latest episode of the The Engadget Show, in which we change things up just a little bit. Everything starts with a trip to the New Mexico desert for a ride on the Shredder, love child of a tank and a skateboard. Next, Tim and Associate Editor Jacob Schulman sit down with RIM’s Ryan Biden to talk about the BlackBerry PlayBook. Then, Tim has a chat with Ford President and CEO Alan Mulally about the future of transportation, and just what’ll be driving you in to work in 20 years.

After that, Engadget founder Peter Rojas joins Tim and Managing Editor Darren Murph to look at a plethora of tablets. Favorites are chosen, lines are drawn, and allegiances pledged. There’s also talk of Amazon’s next play in the tablet space, the death of Flip, and what’s up next for GDGT.

It’s an action-packed show and it’s ready for you. What are you waiting for? Watch it now! The video stream is above, or download the show in HD below!

Hosts: Tim Stevens, Darren Murph, Jacob Schulman
Special guests: Ryan Biden, Alan Mulally, Peter Rojas
Produced and Directed by: Chad Mumm
Executive Producer: Joshua Fruhlinger
Edited by: Danny Madden
Music by: Sabrepulse
Visuals by: Paris and Outpt

Shredder segment music: Minusbaby

Taped live at AOL Studios

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The Engadget Show – 020: RIM’s Ryan Biden, GDGT’s Peter Rojas, Ford CEO Alan Mulally, lots of tablets, Shredder test-drive originally appeared on Engadget on Mon, 25 Apr 2011 12:01:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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AC Ryan unveils Realtek-based Playon!HD2 and Playon!HD Mini2 media streamers

AC Ryan already took a few precious moments to introduce its FLUXX media player, but given that one new streamer in a month isn’t nearly “enough,” the outfit’s dishing out two more this week. The Playon! HD2 and Playon! HD Mini2 are both based around Realtek’s 1185 media processor, tout gigabit Ethernet and will soon have access to the WePlayon! content portal. For all intents and purposes, both of these boxes are identical save for a couple of major differences: the HD2 ships with space for a 3.5-inch HDD (whereas the Mini2 goes drive-less), and there’s also support for 802.11n WiFi on the big daddy if you spring for an optional adapter. Oh, and the HD2 has a larger chassis — go figure, right? You’ll also get a USB 3.0 port on the HD2 if you’d like to connect up any other media, and you’ll be able to find either in stores starting next month. As for prices? The empty units will sell for $ 169 (HD2) / $ 109 (Mini2), while the former can be ordered up with a 500GB ($ 205), 1TB ($ 229), 1.5TB ($ 259) or 2TB ($ 289) hard drive within.

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More Athletes (Namely Ryan Babel) Show Us Exactly How Not To Use Twitter

Another day, another irresponsible use of social networks getting people in trouble. There’s actually two things here. Number one concerns Ryan Babel, who plays for Liverpool in England. Liverpool played Manchester United, their eternal rivals, yesterday, and the presiding referee, Howard Webb, awarded United a penalty. Questions were raised along the lines of, “Was that really a penalty?” Apparently Babel didn’t think so, and tweeted a picture of Webb in a United shirt.

You may think, meh, that’s a harmless prank. Oh, no, for now Babel has been charged with improper conduct by the Football Association, the English game’s governing body.

Babel must have known that tweeting this photo wasn’t exactly in his best interest, as he removed the offending tweet and then followed that up by saying: “Sorry Howard Webb. My apology if they take my posted pic seriously. This is just an emotional reaction after losing an important game.”

Dear everyone: please do not tweet stupid stuff. There’s simply no need for it, and even if you’re tweeting a valid point, Twitter doesn’t exactly lend itself to nuance.

As Lance Storm once said on an edition of Figure Four Daily, you need to kayfabe your social networks. Don’t say stupid stuff on them, and you’ll be much better for it. Save Twitter for things like, “the jets will beat the patriots, count on it!” and not your thoughts on this-or-that controversial subject.

Just north of England lies Scotland, where soccer authorities there have also to mind their manners on social networks, pleading with players or other club [read: soccer team] officials from using Twitter and the like to criticize referees. (Scotland’s referees have come under immense criticism this year, so much so that they went on strike a few months ago in protest.)

Here’s an idea: if you think you’re about to say something on Twitter that could get you in hot water, don’t! Everybody wins!

This isn’t so much a condemnation of Twitter or any other social network as it is a warning to keep your wits about you as you tweet silly things. Don’t say something that might come back to haunt you, is all.

Just because it’s on Twitter doesn’t mean people won’t take it seriously.



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[big debate] ANY compatibility with Series 2? I know Ryan hinted a few…

…months back that this might have basic functionality with Series 2 boxes — anyone know if that ultimately ended up being the case?

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[support alert] …near the silent mode switch? Ryan and I have the same…

Is the White iPhone 3G Susceptible to Case Cracking …little crack, and I'm wondering how many of you have the same. If you don't have this problem, please respond, too.

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Is the White iPhone 3G Susceptible to Case Cracking …little crack, and I'm wondering how many of you have the same. If you don't have this problem, please respond, too.

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