I'm not sure that the geese example is analogous prior art... Airplanes have a fixed wing, and geese do not!
Android is the Windows 98 of the mobile world. Everyone's using it and there's a ton of software (apps) for it, but there is a wide range of device quality and the OS isn't all that 'pretty' or user-friendly. Users suffer through without realizing it. iOS is the OS X of the mobile world - polished and functional. webOS is the Amiga of the mobile world. It was amazing and advanced in many ways when it first came out and had so much promise, but competitors have largely caught up to the advantages it once had. I think BlackBerry OS is probably the DOS of the world. It can still keep trucking along for a while, but it's on the way out. I'm not sure what Windows Phone 7 would be...
Wow, so I'm *NOT* the only one with a complete Sony boycott in my household! I've even taught my children to regard Sony as one of the cardinal off limits four-letter words.
Wow! Did you actually get to *see* the rod?
No one's seemed to notice that the inventor here is the legendary Bud Tribble... http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bud_Tribble
Sounds like you need a Western Digital TV Live (or equivalent device)
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At only 37 MPH it's never going to get fast enough to activate its flux capacitor to get back to 1884... When's the Mr. Fusion scheduled to be invented again?
Felt it for a good 7-10 seconds in the Chesapeake Bay area.
Was this copied from a transcript of a Star Trek: The Next Generation episode?
Palm Pre? I love my Pre, but in the early days it "lied" about what it was so it could sync via USB with iTunes as an Apple iPod.
You've got the wrong Soong-type android. With the Borg reference and the Android reference, you should have mentioned Lore, not B4.
There will be resistance from me as long as I am able to purchase WebOS devices. I *MUCH* prefer WebOS over Android.
Hmm, sounds like something I've seen before. Maybe it can be in the shape of a hair clip and can be used for people born blind.