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While everyone on this side of the Atlantic may not be frequent listeners of popular French radio station NRJ, it's a pretty big deal overseas. So big, in fact, that it holds its own annual awards show honoring the best in music (last week's 2010 edition was its 11th), complete with a star-studded red carpet that's strutted by celebrities from all over the globe. Among a crowd of fiercely-attired (and in some cases, scantily clad) Euro natives were some friendly famous faces from the states. Rihanna held her own on the red carpet, as usual, in a floor-length white and silver gown, while model/performer Dita Von Teese's lacy 20's look was no less appreciated in France! Kelly Rowland, who's also nominated for a Grammy this year, was stunning in a satin mini while Fergie stepped up her game overseas with a daring thigh-high slit and exposed zipper dress. Vote below for the celeb you think repped it best on the NRJ red carpet! Photo Credit: PR PhotosPhoto Credit: PR Photos
Sure, retro "gadgets" may look cool in a stylishly old-fashioned sort of way, but when it comes to actually using them, our geeky reliance on modern-day tech has us too cyber-spoiled and impatient to put any effort in something that can't keep up with our 3G speediness. The solution? A techie piece of equipment that just looks vintage, but packs all the convenient specs and capabilities of the most recent releases in the gadget world. The Revo Heritage Table Radio has the 60s-style walnut veneer surface, but boasts some seriously modern features in that retro-looking package: an iPod dock, WiFi for all your favorite internet stations, wireless streaming from your laptop, a remote control for maximum laziness, and even an alarm clock in case you doze off while listening to your tunes. It's the perfect device for the music lover who may have an old soul... but secretly can't live without a healthy dose of modern tech!Price: 229,95 GBPWho Found It: xgalexy was the first to add the Revo Heritage Table Radio to the Hive.