Sunday, September 09, 2007

Britney Spears : Rehearses for the VMA's on Friday

In the weeks leading up to Sunday's MTV Video Music Awards, blogs whipped themselves into a frothy frenzy with rumors that Britney Spears would be making her triumphant return at the big show.

The slow and steady build kicked off with murmurs of magician Criss Angel's mysterious involvement and shady "quotes" taken from even shadier inside sources, then went into hyperdrive when Brit's performance was confirmed Thursday (see "Britney Spears To Open 2007 MTV Video Music Awards: It's Official!") and she actually showed up in Las Vegas on Friday, ready to rehearse (and take a spin in Angel's Lamborghini, apparently).

But that constantly building buzz didn't hit its absolute zenith until Friday afternoon, when Brit single-handedly shut down the Palms Casino Resort to actually rehearse her performance, an event that brought the paparazzi out in droves, had the Las Vegas police patrolling the casino floor and warranted flagrantly misspelled signs (see "Exclusive: Inside Britney Spears' VMA Rehearsal") to keep potential spies out.

Of course, the lucky few who possessed the necessary clearance to make it through security witnessed a supercharged, super-sexy Brit hungry to silence her many detractors and reclaim her spot atop the pop mountain (see "Britney Spears' New Single Gets Club-Tested In Vegas"). But just what did her rehearsal look like? Well, we're about to show you ... it's an exclusive so big, you can't see it anywhere else: footage of Spears working her way through the routine for "Gimme More."

And really, there's nothing more to say ... like she exclaims herself in the song, "It's Britney, bitch."
One night only, Britney Spears open the 2007 VMA's live from Vegas

Saturday, September 08, 2007

Britney Spears : At The VMA's 09-09-07

MOTOROLA : MOTO Q™ music 9m

That’s EntertainmentWith 4 GB of optional removable memory, it’s possible to store between 1,000 - 2,000 songs, as well as movies, photos and audio books. The MOTO Q music 9m delivers fast, mobile Web and downloads on a vivid, full-view high resolution 320x240 flat-screen.

Paparazzi WorthyWrapped into a new ultra-thin, light weight design and finished with striking red accents, the MOTO Q music 9m will be the envy of all your friends. Capture them in action with a 1.3 megapixel camera with still picture and video capabilities. Microsoft Photo Story also allows for easy access and management of your best shots. Users can create photo slide shows choreographed to music then share them with friends and family via MMS or email.

Stay ConnectedThis Windows Mobile 6 device also enhances your personal information management and phone functionality. With POP3 email support, the MOTO Q music 9m music lets you manage up to eight different personal email and messaging accounts. Key applications include Documents to Go for document editing of Excel, Word or PowerPoint documents, document viewing for PDFs and opening ZIP files. The optimized, QWERTY keyboard is enhanced for fast, accurate keystrokes, and EV-DO delivers lightning-fast downloads. The MOTO Q music 9m leverages Microsoft’s familiar Windows Mobile operating system and supports more than 300 third-party applications from power productivity tools to games.

Summary of Key Features

• CDMA 1X EV-DO Rev 0

• Two Home Screens (Standard and Multimedia) with Easy Toggle

• Adaptive Display Technology

• Windows Mobile 6 with Vista Support

• Pocket Internet Explorer for Internet access

• Wireless Sync for anytime connectivity with e-mail, calendar and contacts synchronization

• Video: Capture, Transfer, Play and Manage via Windows Media Player, H.263, H.264, MPEG4, REAL, WMV


• V CAST Music Capable• Multiple Email (Personal and Corporate), SMS and MMS Accounts

• Dual, stereo-quality speakers for unparalleled mobile sound experience.

• Stereo Bluetooth® Wireless Technology

• 2.5 mm headset jack

• Capable of supporting up to 32 GB miniSD Removable Memory, as available in the marketplace

• 1.3 Megapixel Camera and Capture, Fixed Focus/Flash LED

• Memory: 128MB Flash / 64 MB RAM

• Ergonomically Optimized Keyboard

• Standard, removable battery: 1170 mAh

• Usage time: up to 272 minutes (approx.)

• Standby time: up to 212 hours (approx)
The MOTO Q music 9m is available now at Verizon Wireless.

Luciano Pavarotti - October 12, 1935 – September 6, 2007

was an Italian tenor and one of the most popular contemporary vocal performers in the world of opera and across multiple musical genres. Known for his televised concerts, media appearances, and as one of The Three Tenors, Pavarotti was also noted for his award-winning charity work for raising money on behalf of refugees and the Red Cross.


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