We often post items from our tips box, and today when we’re checking our tips box, we came across something phenomenal. A tipster sent us this photo showing the Steve Jobs action figure being placed beside a memorial book that says, ‘This register is dedicated to the memory of Steve Jobs’. According to the tipster, he placed the Jobs action figure at Jobs’ final resting place — Alta Mesa Memorial Park in California. Full story after the break.
Remember that Steve Jobs action figure that was selling by us, but then was pulled by a “pure company”? Well, we are now seeing FAKE Steve Jobs action figures EVERYWHERE in China now. They are available at a place you’ll probably feel unfamiliar with: Taobao. Taobao has a few sellers selling crappy Steve Jobs action figure for prices as low as 50 yuan ($8). Oh Jesus, the Chinese are willing to spend more than 5000 yuan ($783) for an iPhone, and they are spending only 50 yuan ($8) for a FAKE Steve Jobs figurine. Let us show you how crappy the rip-offs are when they are compared to our very own legendary Steve Jobs action figure.
Today marks the 10th anniversary of 9/11. We remember this day, and we never forget it. On May 1, 2011, President Barack Obama made an announcement that the U.S. military force killed Osama bin Laden in Pakistan. The whole America cheered. So, with success met, mission accomplished, and justice has been done, the Americans should deserve something to celebrate the death of Osama. This is it, the “Obama Kill Osama” figurine. See it in action after the break.
Presenting the most friendly toy I’ve ever seen: the “Poking Inventor” action figure that is inspired from a man who makes the world more open and connected. How does it feel in our hands? The workmanship standard of this collection item is superb, and it is the next greatest action figure for tech nerds.
You know the social network, everyone is making friends online today. And that’s why the Pineapple CEO action figure has a new friend. You will like it, and we are teasing you with two more pics after the jump.
Once upon a time, there is a “Pineapple” CEO in the tech industry. He is a phenomenal guy who likes to say ‘Boom!”. One day, he traveled to Japan for a vacation in Kyoto. As he was leaving Kyoto, airport security guards refused to let him bring ninja throwing stars onto his private jet. And today, he takes a medical leave. Everyone hopes he gets well, and if you want to see him in good shape, this is it, the Pineapple CEO action figure (ninja edition). Updated.
If you didn’t get to see News Stream with M.I.C Gadget yesterday morning, here’s your second chance! Up above is CNN’s edited segment, and we really love the topic of the show: The best ‘Shanzhai’ Christmas gifts. Take a look at the video and Kristie’s well-written article to experience the pure magic of me, the made-in-China gadgets and of course, the one more thing: SJ figurine (aka “iDoll”).
A few hours ago, we have just received an email from a law firm representing Apple.Inc. Apple has informed us that this phenomenal SJ action figure, has not consented to the use of Apple’s copyrights and trademarks, therefore they request us immediately to cease the marketing and sale of this figure. Here’s what the email has told us:
“Unauthorized use of a person’s name and/or likeness constitutes a violation of California Civil Code Section 3344, which prohibits the use of any person’s name, photograph or likeness in a product without that person’s prior consent…” bla bla bla…
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