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Touch Cover for Microsoft Surface tablet sports multitouch keyboard

Microsoft Surface Touch Cover

The first accessory announced for the new Microsoft Surface tablet today is the Touch Cover. A seemingly brilliant take on the tablet cover accessory, the Touch Cover serves as both a protective cover for Surface, as well as a full multitouch keyboard. You just open up the Surface kickstand, and the Touch Cover lays flat (3mm thin) and even registers typing faster than any other keyboard currently on the market, according to Microsoft. You get a full keyboard and touchpad. If that isn't your jam, you can opt for the Surface Type Cover instead.


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The Matrix lobby scene re-cut with an a capella soundtrack

Posted by Andru Edwards Categories: Movies, Videos,

I submit to you, the lobby scene from The Matrix. The original score has been stripped away, and replaced by an a capella re-enactment, including gun sound effects. Enjoy.


Selena Gomez Will Honor Britney Spears During Tour

Posted by K.C. Morgan Categories: Artist News, Concerts / Tours, Gossip, Pop,

Selena Gomez  2011 People's Choice Awards, Socialite Life

Selena Gomez will pay homage to another pop princess during her upcoming world tour. The Disney star recently told reporters that she plants to do a tribute to Britney Spears, and she’s “so stoked” about it.

Gomez plants to do “a mash up of all her songs and just got for it.” Selena will sing “Baby One More Time,” before she mixes in “Toxic” and then “some of [Britney's] recent stuff.” Sounds pretty awesome, pop fans!

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Some Thoughts on Justin Bieber’s Love Cover

Posted by Robin Paulson Categories: Celebrities, News,

Justin Bieber's Vanity Fair cover was only the beginning. The teenage pop phenomenon has affirmatively infiltrated the fashion magazine world, snagging the alternative cover to Kate Moss and Lea T's version of Love's androgynous issue. Terry Richardson shot the 16 year-old, whose gender seems to have saved him from the photographer's sexually-hyped signature. Here are some burning questions I had when I came across the cover:

What is with the robotic-borderline-serial-killer expression?
 
Will someone hire him a real hair stylist?

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LISTEN: Adele Includes Cure Cover on New CD


What could be possibly be more exciting than a new album from ? An Adele CD that includes a lovely cover of 's "Lovesong."

The Grammy winner's next release, 21, will be available on February 22.

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Willow Smith May Cover ‘Parents Just Don’t Understand’


Based on her budding music career, it's already been proven that has incredibly understanding parents -- but that doesn't mean Will Smith's daughter can't pretend, right?

In an interview with Yahoo! Music, the now 10-year-old (yes, she's already getting older) said a cover of DJ Jazzy Jeff & the Fresh Prince's biggest hit might be in her future.

"Um, there's a possibility. There's a possibility that I will," Willow said when asked about a "Parent Just Don't Understand" remake. "It's a really great song," she added.

What do you think of this news? If she can't rap about borrowing her parents' car, what will she sing about?

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Katy Perry Reacts to Glee’s Dreamy Performance

Posted by K.C. Morgan Categories: Gossip, Videos,


Katy Perry's "Teenage Dream” was featured on Glee Tuesday night in a fantastic performance starring newcomer Darren Criss, and the pop star was ready to cry with joy when she saw it.

The newlywed singer took to Twitter to express her Glee over the moment: “'Oh...My...Gosh... this just brought a sweet tear to my eye! Teenage Dream on GLEE makes my heart go WEEEEE!”

We know just how you feel, Katy. Check out the video above to see the entire performance. The goofy smile on Chris Colfer’s face sums up our feelings perfectly.

(FYI - You can also follow Albumista on Twitter.)

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Batman Confidential #50: Jerry Bingham Returns

Posted by Tom Mason Categories: Editorials, DC Comics,

Batman ConfidentialIf there’s one comic book I’m really looking forward to in November, it’s Batman Confidential #50. For starters, it’s the first of a 5-part story by writer Marc Guggenheim, the executive producer of the upcoming super-hero TV series No Ordinary Family. That would have me at the comic store anyway.

But what’s going to get me there on November 3 is that the art (and cover) is by my pal Jerry Bingham (artist on Batman: Son Of The Demon, one of the great graphic novels of all time). DC’s promo copy says Jerry’s drawing Batman “for the first time in more than 20 years,” and who am I to argue?

I’ve known Jerry for years – I’ve commissioned covers from him on comics I’ve edited and written. And he was a design-and-color consultant in the early days of the Ultraverse, so I got to hang with him nearly every day and watch him work. I can’t wait for this.

This 56-page issue stars “a younger, more maverick Batman as he faces a foe who had once tangled with the Justice League of America in the Orient!” The back-up JLA story ties in with Marc and Jerry’s lead.

I’m already in line.

[Artwork: Cover to Batman Confidential #50 by Jerry Bingham, © DC Entertainment]


LISTEN: Sara Bareilles Covers Beyonce’s Single Ladies

Posted by Veronica Santiago Categories: Videos, Covers, Pop,


might not be willing to write you a love song because you ask for it, but she is willing to tackle a hit Beyonce tune for Billboard.

This version of “Single Ladies (Put a Ring on It)” probably won’t inspire any YouTube dance videos, but it’ll definitely get your toes tapping.

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LISTEN: Justin Timberlake Sings Backup for Sheryl Crow

Sheryl Crow's 100 Miles from Memphis

When it came to recording “Sign Your Name” for her new album, didn’t have to look very far for a backup singer.

Crow, who happened to be working in the same studios as Justin Timberlake, said their collaboration was simply the result of a hallway conversation. “I’ve always liked him. I played (the song) for him, and when it got to the chorus he’s like, ‘Who’s doing the backgrounds?’ I said ‘We haven’t done them yet,’ and he said, ‘I got it,’” she recalled to Billboard. “It was all very organic and, man, perfect. People have no idea how talented this guy is.”

You can listen to the track after the jump.

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