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VIDEO: Maybe-Pregnant Mariah Carey Stumbles on Stage

Posted by Veronica Santiago Categories: Gossip, Performances, Videos, Pop,

Although we do not know yet whether Mariah Carey is indeed pregnant, there is one thing we do know about the singer: she won’t let a minor fall keep her from making a show happen.

Over the weekend, Carey was entertaining a crowd in Singapore when the $10,000 heels she was wearing got the best of her. But being the consummate performer that she is, Mariah got herself right back up and finished singing – while simultaneously having the shoes removed from her feet.

That’s a diva who gets the job done.

(To see other musicians falling mid-performance, click here.)

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iPad comes to nine more countries this Friday

Posted by Andru Edwards Categories: Apple, Corporate News, Handhelds,

iPad new york times

has just informed the world that the is set to launch in nine additional countries this Friday. We don’t have any solid numbers yet as far as pricing in these territories goes, however, on July 23rd you’ll be able to buy Apple’s tablet device in the Netherlands, Austria, Belgium, Hong Kong, Ireland, Luxembourg, Mexico, New Zealand, and Singapore. Don’t fret if your country has been left off the list, as Apple has also promised that “many more countries” will get the iPad before 2010 ends.

Philips GoGear Muse 16GB PMP

Posted by Mark Rollins Categories: Portable Audio / Video,

Philips GoGear Muse is fancy PMP

The GoGear Muse from Philips has some very interesting features including a 3-inch display, plus 16GB of internal storage space.  Its battery is good for about 25 hours worth of audio playing, and five hours of video playback.  As far as formats are concerned, the GoGear Muse can handle MP3, BMP, GIF, PNG, OGG, as well as Real Video and Real Audio formats. Cutting edge, we know. The GoGear Muse is planned to come to Singapore first for $244, after which point we’d hope to see it hit the States, although that is unlikely.

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