It’s Apple Keynote day, and here’s a trippy Taiwanese animation for you to watch while you’re waiting for Tim Cook or Phil Schiller to stand on stage to announce the iPad mini . The Taiwanese animation company NMA has made a hilarious video of an animated version of the iPad mini, depicting Steve Jobs as Palpatine and using force lightning to destroy the smaller iPad. Watch the animation after the break.
Last Friday, Apple’s patent lawsuit win over Samsung garnered lots of tech enthusiasts’ attention as Samsung has to pay more than $1 billion in damages for infringing on six Apple patents, and this is probably one of the biggest patent lawsuits in history. We guess you would love to watch the huge smartphone patent infringement case getting illustrated in wacky animation after the break.
The new iPhone will have a bigger display to compete with Android smartphones, such as the Samsung Galaxy Note that has a freakishly large 5.3-inch display. So how Apple is going to do it? Well, by using a vacuum constriction device that is called iPump to increase the size of the iPhone, according to those kooky Taiwanese animators from NMA. Watch the video after the break.
The blind dissident lawyer Chen Guangcheng has become the heart of a diplomatic crisis between China and the United States. The activist escaped from his house arrest like prison break and hide inside the U.S. Embassy in Beijing, seeking protection for his safety. The U.S. had sent him to the local hospital for medical treatment, a move which consider sold Chen down the river. All these dramatic scenes have turn into humorous animation, check out two video after the break. Sorry, Batman has not given any assistance to Chen’s escape …
Disney and Marvel has announced Iron Man 3 will be co-financed by Chinese company DMG Entertainment, which will be responsible for the distribution of the film and the scenes shot in China. Disney said they will add Chinese elements and a related storyline into Iron Man 3. Will Disney ruin the Iron Man franchise in return for Chinese money and access to Chinese market ? Watch how Tony Stark destroy democracy and freedom, and killing Tibetan in animation … this is really evil …
Mr. Tim Cook wasn’t specific about how Apple would spend its roughly $100 billion cash hoard, but the animators at Taiwan’s NMA News have created this video clip which will show you what Apple should have done with its US$100 billion —in the goofiest way possible. Video after the break.
Before Tim Cook takes the stage in San Francisco to announce the iPad 3, we would like to show you some incredible features of the next-generation iPad. Thanks to the animators at Taiwan’s NMA News, we are able to see all the weirdest and goofiest features that the new iPad will bring to us. Watch the animation after the break!
New York Knicks star Jeremy Lin is causing Linsanity in the sports world. You may be going crazy over him, and you may want to know what was Jeremy’s childhood like. Also, how was he brought up to be a basketball player? Well, the animation below tells the childhood story of Jeremy. Enjoy.
Nintendo, the company that brought us Mario and Zelda, recently released its latest quarterly earnings report. How’s the results? It’s terrible, and the company is heading for its first annual loss in thirty years. Reasons they suffer? 3 things — Strong Japanese yen, 3DS loses ground to smartphones and tablets, and lastly, Angry Birds is now more popular than Mario. Check out the hilarious animation showing the man representing Nintendo getting beat up by Microsoft and Sony.
Since 2010, we are very keen on animated news that are produced by the Taiwanese news video production company Next Media. We are glad that the animations had brought us with lots of pleasure. So, we decided to continue like what we did last year to pick the best animated news of 2011. You will love them very much.
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