HTC Max 4G: World’s First GSM/WiMAX cellphone

Last night, Russia blessed us with Ivan Demidov, this year’s WSOP runner-up.  Today, we might have to head to Russia to pay him a visit.  HTC just announced the Max 4G, the world’s first integrated GSM/WiMAX cellphone.  Imagine browsing the web at speeds of 70Mb/sec anywhere in the WiMAX network.

So why are we going to Russia?  Well, the Yota WiMAX network is located there and it’s the only place the phone’s going to prove useful as of right now.

Check the full specs after the jump.

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iPhone takes throne from RAZR as best-selling domestic handset

NPD is reporting that the Motorola RAZR has lost the number-one spot for domestic handset sales this year.  The iPhone will be to blame for the RAZR’s demise.  So is this the end of the flip phone era?  Full-featured devices are the future, and the iPhone is leading the way.  It recently gained more ground over RIM for the second-best smartphone vendor.  It’s only a matter of time before Apple takes down Symbian for the number-one spot.

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Ferrari Scuderia Spider 16M unveiled

To commemorate their 16th F1 Constructor’s Title, Ferrari’s releasing 499 units of the Ferrari Scuderia Spider 16M. A 4.3L V8 engine that pushes out 510 horses will be propelling this special edition Ferrari.  With the 16M weighing about 1300 kg, the power to weight ratio’s an astounding 2.6 kg per horsepower.  This helps it to go 0 to 62 mph in 3.7 seconds.

That coupled with a top speed of 196 mph, Ferrari says that it’s the fastest open-top road car to go around its Fiorano circuit.

The new Ferrari Scuderia Spider 16M will also have a special plaque on its rear grille and the interior will also carry a “limited series” plaque denoting which of the 499 units you own. Some other features include a roll-bar with a carbon-fiber shell and a new generation audio system that can be combined with the removable 16GB Ferrari iPod Touch that can be docked in front of the dashboard.

Check more images after the jump. 

What we love: Project Kahn’s Ferrari 599 GTB Fiorana

UK-based tuning firm Project Kahn has been known for their sensational work on the World’s most luxurious cars.  They’ve tuned the Aston Martin DB9 as well as the Bentley Continental GT.  Well, now they’ve got their hands on the Ferrari 599 GTB Fiarano.

The Project Kahn version gets Kahn Carbon F1-X 8.5×20 front wheels and 12×21 rear wheels and a few other enhancements.  It’s kitted with an enhanced exhaust system and a lowered suspension.  Ferrari’s V12 that produce 620 horses and gets the Fiarano going from 0-62 mph in 3.7 seconds is untouched.  What more do you expect when it’s factory features can make it top out at a whopping 205 mph?

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Bloomingdale’s Holiday Catalog features 2009 Infiniti G37 Convertible Premiere Edition

Earlier in the month, we told you that a special edition of the BMW 750Li would be in Neiman Marcus’s Christmas Book.  Now, Bloomingdale’s and Infiniti are teaming up to give you the Premiere Edition of the 2009 G37 Convertible.

Its got lots of upgrades, including the pricetag.  What are you paying for?  Well, for one, exclusivity since there are only 200 of the Premiere Editions being made. The car has the same engine as the G37 convertible – 330-hp 3.7L V6.  The Premier Edition G37 Convertible is blessed with a dark gray Platinum Graphite exterior, exclusive Monaco Red leather-trimmed interior with hand-crafted, red-stained genuine maple wood trim, and a special grille and 19-inch aluminum wheels.

The G37 convertible is not due for sale until mid-2009, but you can order the Premiere Edition starting November 10th, and may the force be with you.


Crib has hidden garage filled with Lamborghinis

Amazing what money can buy these days.  We’re not talking about the exotic cars in the video.  As much as we love to see a bunch of Lamborghinis in such close proximity, we have to say that having a raising garage is something else.  “Hey look, I have two Lamborghini Countachs! Wait, just kidding, I have two Diablos, too! Oh, you didn’t see my Ferrari?  Look closer!”

Kudos to the ridiculously rich bloke with this.  We’re more impressed with the car collection than the hidden garage.