“All Drake’s raps for eternity have been written inside of a Blackberry,” producer and engineer Noah “40” Shebib says in the clip. “I mean, to the point where if he doesn’t have a BlackBerry, we gotta go get somebody who’s got one. I’ve had dummy BlackBerrys around that I just pull out for him to write on, like if he needs one … that don’t actually even work!”
In the clip, Drake cops to his need for a BlackBerry when working on his lyrics. “I can’t write my raps on paper,” Drake says. “The BlackBerry keys — my thumbs were made for touching them.”—Damn niggah there’s hope.
Wednesday in Tokyo, Sony announced the upcoming launch of the “world’s first” head-mounted personal 3D viewer, the HMZ-T1. Looking like head gear ripped straight out of a sci-fi movie (pew pew eyes like Scott “Cyclops” summers), the 3D visor offers both 2D and 3D content up close and personal, spread out across a theater-like virtual screen, or rather, the equivalent of a 62.5-foot (750-inch) screen viewed from about 60 feet away. More info and pics after the click: