Stating that something must lay beyond the "edge" of the universe, as the submitter does, basically means the person doesn't really understand basic cosmology.
I second this. I don't know if I'll buy one; but, if I do, it'll be because of the health sensor / monitoring functions.
I don't need to see my texts on the device, nor my phone calls. I have a phone already, and pulling that out of my pocket isn't onerous. Heck, if I'm at my computer most of my texts show up there already, since most of them come via iMessage - and in a few months even the SMS ones will be there.
all these android wear devices are not impressive. i'm holding out for an watch.
Good news! You can buy watches now - and they come in quite a range of prices and styles!
That would be quite an accomplishment for someone with Nadella's pate.
I imagine that is the eventual goal Google has - it's just not feasible with current battery technology.
It shouldn't have been built, but for other reasons - the biggest one being the enemy for which they're designed to fight is not who the US military is likely to be dealing with in the future.
What role do these hyper-advanced aircraft have when you're fighting Al-Qaeda, ISIS, or whoever the stone-age-terrorist-du-jour is? We're not going to be fighting China, that's for sure; both they and we are way to inter-dependent.
So sure - the money already spent is sunk cost. But why throw good money after bad?
What did we do before Wikipedia?
We read the original books many of those Wikipedia articles have been copied from.
Why all this wider and taller but no thicker?
Because there were no women on the design team.
You know what was a really good Microsoft offering, for its time? Microsoft Dinosaurs. And I liked Encarta as well.
The web has largely rendered those sorts of projects pointless from a corporate perspective, obviously. Plus I haven't used Windows as my main desktop OS for 13-14 years.. but still, I have fond memories of those two products.
Don't worry, Google will be improving the tool soon - they plan to do it right after they've updated Google Voice!
It's like putting too much air into a balloon!
So we have a bunch of male scientists who apparently didn't know about rufies.
The whole thing sounds like using a massive amount of expensive technology to replace a very small amount of skill.
Yeah, but we're talking about the guy who runs the patent troll firm Intellectual Ventures. I suspect he's got a whole slew of patents covering the theoretical oven he's describing.
I suspect he likes pretending he has other interests than patent litigation, though, since that isn't the sort of thing that's going to look great in an obituary.
Yes, it has warts, security issues and the original database services were anything but plug-compatible, but it's a great language for quick-and-dirty.
Yes, let's gloss over PHP's security issues. I mean, It's not like the developers ever broke crypt and then debated whether or not they were going to fix it...