Combining with Google driverless and Ad Hoc/Cloud computing, maybe this can improve city traffic.
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Does that mean we can learn from sleeping?
Maybe it is a good way to force a kid to do homework in their dream. They can't run off and skip classes, just show them math exercise in power point format.
Hope they sleep well
I agree, and the reason for making mistakes have a lot to do with deadlines.
Best practice or not, more time on designing, implementing and testing them can avoid a lot of mistakes. More often lack of communication and understanding to the code have a lot to do with testing (due to tight deadline). Both the technical testers (run static analysis report) and QA testers (testing for business cases) lacked the knowledge of the system, as they have no clue but to assume some of the things are working as expected. Many of the issues can be avoided given more time and more communication. Best practice or not, some of these are common sense.
I guess it depends on how much control people have.
There are software to help calculate scientific researches, and some people wouldn't mind. If the code can be alternate or save personal preferences, maybe some people can help spreading the P2P service (more than Bitcoin). Future of the Cloud?
I think adding more motion sensors may change or redefine tablet, which can be more than replacing a laptop computer.
I believe lighter weight allows people to make use of sensors, and it can be a central device with a bigger display for other configuration purpose (as compare to cell phone).
Perhaps this is more useful in large war or battle then individual use.
Tanks may incorporate these to prevent enemies from taking advantages (such as against North Korean).
Other than triggering them, maybe loading or unloading ammo need a security check as well.
Not sure why we are still using modem. I only have a wireless phone, so I am not sure how I can use the modem to connect to someone.
I think a powerful bluetooth device that can allow me connect to someone through my phone (through apps?) and manage my home electronics would be a better idea. Part of the home theatre solution.
What about Mac vs PC?
I wonder what are those false advertisements they are talking about.
Anyway, I hope this is not a false advertisement from HTC as well.
Agree, and most likely the content issuers want to have DRM to be in place.
I used to work at a Sport TV channel, and their online video contents agreement with all major leagues are requiring them to use Flash. The Sport TV channel wants viewership (subscriber), but are forced to use Flash format instead of other formats that support HTML5 (mobile purpose).
Anyway, I doubt it is Netflex who worries about DRM, but content issuers or owners (eg. Sony, and etc.) may have those requirements on their agreement.
What if the watch can do more than just a watch?
How about you can sit on the couch and turn down the lights on a movie settings? What if you need to turn off your stove while being in the basement?
With cellphone capable of being the computer (in 3 - 5 years), your watch maybe able to do the little things remotely for your computer. It is hard to imagine the widgets for smartwatch, but I think there is a bigger market then a traditional watch.
Furthermore, it requires an "action" to be performed. I hope that action is convenience to do in public, plus doing it quick.
However, I suppose this is the first step of "reading" data from the brain. By collecting enough data, we may actually understand individual (hint for Google). If we actually can understand living things by brainwave, it can replace password as a way to recognize people (I suppose this is how we "know" others by understanding their ways of doing things).
Just wonder if they are leaning toward mobile market as well. It makes sense if they want to target the tablet market, as there are more mobile and social games around these days. And thinking about the developing countries, there are huge market on the mobile/tablet market.
There are games targeted to hardcore players, while there are games focus on social media/softcore players. Perhaps the conclusion is, don't try to make complex games for softcore, or don't promote a social media game to hardcore. Diablo 3 and SimCity are supposed to be hardcore games, and they failed every aspect for hardcore, while make the focus in softcore (pay to win, connect to friends,
At the end, is it difficult to change the code? I never try changing the code, but I believe the most difficult part is to move away from Google Market/Google Play.
The whole purpose of using Android (to me) is to find more apps from Google Play, and if the tracking/monitoring system is within Google Market/Google Play (daemon), then it makes no difference for me to change the Android source code. I might even use a BlackBerry if I can use those Google apps with it (and still be tracked). So the real question is, is it really about Android OS? All these MS complains, is it about the OS? Or is it because the Google Play platform that hook up with the Cloud system that may give Google a much powerful connection to the digital world?