"Chubbs," "Fatty" — call it what you want, but the LG Expo ($200) is a standard smartphone with a surprising secret: a $180 DLP pico projector that straps to its back, not unlike an “iPhone” made from a cheap Tracfone, an iPod shuffle, and some tape. Apart from the optional rear monstrosity, which can display big-sceen size images from up to 8 feet away, the Expo has way-better-than-decent specs, with a 1GHz processor, a 3.2-inch touchscreen, a 5 megapixel camera with flash, a slide-out keyboard, 7.2 Mbps HSPA wireless, microSD storage, and Windows Mobile 6.5.
“Do you know what Manny Pacquiao does in between rounds at the MGM Grand, where they have the big screens up? He watches himself. I have to slap him in the face and say, ‘Manny, look at me!”—Freddie Roach on Manny Pacquiao - GQ magazine (via pinoytumblr)
Bok choy “As a kid, I grew up eating this all the time. I just love it,” says Mah. The big bonus, in addition to great taste, is that of all the green vegetables available in the fall, it has the most calcium (1/2 cup [125 mL] of cooked bok choy has 84 mg of calcium; the same amount of broccoli has 33 mg).