After spotting a ton of tech in Lady Gaga's "Telephone" Video, I decided to take a look back at her other videos to see what I could find. (Tough job, I know.) Turns out there's a ton of tech hiding in even her earliest videos. Take a look at this slideshow of techy moments from all of the other Gaga videos.
Dr. Dre has already teamed up with HP to bring us the sweet-sounding HP Envy 15 bundle (which comes complete with his Geek-tested and approved Beats by Dr. Dre headphones, and HP Beats Audio software), but now he's lending his face to the campaign for a series of commercials that highlight what HP computers can do.
And to top off her big week in tech, our favorite pop star Lady Gaga stars in a new ad from Monster to promote her Heartbeats by Lady Gaga earphones. Check out both ads (spoiler — they're both pretty great) when you read more
I'm already in love with the sound quality of Dr. Dre's Beats headphones I tested out last year, so getting a free pair with an HP computer bundle would be pretty sweet. But not just any computer of course, one that also comes with a copy of Traktor LE DJing software so I can get my scratch on at the clubs. Who am I kidding, I'm no DJ — but I'll pretend to be one once DJ Hero hits the shelves this month!
HP has announced the HP Envy 15 Beats Limited Edition (which comes stocked with the same hardware as the original Envy 15, but with a pumped up graphics card), which is perfect for DJs and producers with all of its bundled beat-loving goodies. It's pretty sleek with a glossy black finish and red logo (which you'll also find on the matching headphones), but brace yourself for the price: the Envy 15 LE will start at $2,299. . . wowzas.