So how is the business model going to be different than that of Iridium? How much will they have to charge, will it be profitable, and what's different this time?
More to the point, coins, no longer made of precious metals, don't jingle anymore. Instead of ka-ching they go ka-clack.
By the time the light affects you, there will be a different display technology in use that doesn't pose the same alleged health risk
Annoyingly enough it is this shoe.
You mean "7 years experience in Windows Server 2012."
If companies gave a rat's ass about hiring competent workers, job recruiters would speak English.
Like every other smartwatch in recorded history, after a year or two the OEM will decide it isn't making enough money, and they will suddenly stop the data feed or whatever, and if you're lucky, the thing will still function as a wristwatch.
Stir in a little melatonin and give the ear to Evander Holyfield.
Writing a piece on how programming sucks, in a typeface that hurts my eyes to read.
If Republicans are elected, expect fundamentalist programming to become mandatory.
Mod parent -1 Complete And Utter Bullshit.
Just as pink is a trademark, registered to Owens-Corning Fiberglass, yellow is registered to Eastman Kodak.
Mess with Kodak at your own risk.
Now we know what all those cats are doing on all those laptops.
This is the second legal story this week -- actually it's the second Google Glass legal story this week -- in which Slashdot has got many of the key facts embarrassingly wrong.
Does Slashdot want to be taken seriously, or respected, as a media outlet? Then do fact checking.
In the context of a legal story this means having the story reviewed by someone with formal legal training.
Sure. Do you believe in property, propriety, plurality, surety, security, and not hurt the state? Say "What"