Best Buy x Apple iPhone 3G

Best Buy has announced that it will start selling Apple’s 3G iPhones on September 7th, making them the first U.S. chain outside of the AT&T and Apple stores to do so.  Apple and Best Buy have had a solid relationship ever since the BB became an authorized reseller of Apple products such as the Mac and iPods.

Suzuki: Team Rizla Moto GP replica

Suzuki showed off a limited edition replica of the GSX-R1000 Team Rizla Suzuki Moto GP.  Not will there be only 135 made, we won’t be seeing these stateside.

The bike will come in the ever-so infamous ‘Rizla dutch blue’ colour scheme with the full 2008 Grand Prix livery.  It is also mated with Yoshimura Evo exhaust cans and will come with a limited edition certificate and both Chris Vermulen and Loris Capirossi rider graphics.

Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Grand Sport Roadster

August 16th will be a very enjoyable day for all of us.  The 2008 Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance will be the place for the world premiere of the Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Grand Sport Roadster.  On the 17th of August, the highest bidder will have the chance to win a trip to the Molsheim/Alsace factory and customize their own 16.4 Grand Sport Roadster.

Check out the car after the jump

Simple, yet elegant Spult remote control

Tired of those “All-in-one” remotes with a 40 buttons, 35 of which you have no idea what they’re for?  So are we.  Luckily for us, Yurii Smitana Perfilov has designed the “sPult” remote control.  Inspired by iPod’s scroll wheel, this neat package comes with it’s own scroll variant for channel surfing with the greatest of ease.

Android is for the masses, iPhone for the rich?

Recently, Last100 got a chance to interview Nicolas Gramlich, founder of an online community for android developers, anddev.org.  Android is Google’s mobile operating system and competes with the likes of Apple’s OSX for iPhone and Nokia’s Symbian open source OS. Gramlich said that “there will be a great variety of Android devices all over the world, where there will always be just the iPhone.”

Moo announces full-sized business cards

Moo.com is launching full-size business cards after heavy demand from customers.  Card design will still use the same Web-based editor that’s been available for Moo’s other products, although users will be getting more than twice the size they’re used to with Moo’s flagship mini cards.