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We here at Goldie Horns would like to apologise to any one visting the website in the past week (monday 30th of april- thursday 3rd may) who may have been using our live chat.

Unfortunately the Goldie Horns website had be the target of internet hackers and unknown to us had taken control of the live chat help desk.

Im now pleased to confirm we now have the situation under control, if you contacted us via the live chat in the dates mentioned please click here to contact us and report you problem.

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Who said Tupac is DEAD? Watch him perform at Coachella 2012

Watch a Dead Tupac Perform As a Hologram at Coachella

Watch a Dead Tupac Perform As a Hologram at Coachella 2012

If you were curious as to how a dead Tupac was going to perform at Coachella, well, here it is.

Not looking a day over 25, the digitally created Tupac Shakur hologram acknowledged the Coachella crowd and rapped two of his songs.

He started his brief set with a solo performance of Hail Mary and then was joined by Snoop on stage for the best two-man hip hop song ever, ‘2 of Amerika’z Most Wanted’.

Watch his performance in full below.

I think all he needs now is a Gold Plated Microphone from Goldie horns and he’s ready for a come back tour (maybe).

Warning – this clip contains very strong language (18)


Apple iPad being made Watch the video

Ever want to see an iPad being made?

Rob Schmitz, the public radio journalist who exposed Apple commentator Mike Daisey’s fabrications regarding working conditions at a Chinese electronics factory, recently got a first-hand look at how the iPad is made.

Schmitz, the bureau chief of Marketplace Shanghai, is only the second Western journalist to have access to the factory floor since Daisey’s falsified report about hazardous working conditions suffered by employees at a Foxconn factory in China.

Schmitz has been filing reports for public radio as well as writing a blog on his experience at Foxconn.

During one visit, Schmitz took a film crew on a tour of Foxconn’s Longhua facility in the city of Shenzhen, where Apple’s iPad is produced.

Schmitz’s video tour (see below) takes us from construction of the device’s motherboard to installation of its touch screen, as well as testing of each unit’s gyroscope.

His video also shows people lined up outside the factory, hoping for a chance to get a job, which pays $14 a day to start.

It would be great if one day Goldie Horns (GH Cyprus) could collaborate to bring a limited edition 24k gold plated ipad, iphone and every other apple product.

But if you can’t wait for the that to happen, you will just have to send yours to us to be electroplated in any finish you desire from Gold, Silver, Rose Gold, Platinum, Bronze, for a full list of finishes Click Here or you could just buy one already done direct from us, contact us for prices.