phones traveling greater than so many feet per second are disable for texting or phone needs to be in one place for longer than so many seconds before texting is enabled
For those that ventured into assembler will understand the goto and line nums of early Basic
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eldavojohn writes "Another sign that digital cameras are slowly phasing out analog comes with Kodak's announcement to discontinue Kodachrome film. This should come as no surprise as Polaroid film was phased out long ago. At least the analog photography industry knows how to change with the times."
destinyland writes ""You can build your own version of the Raven drone, which is a widely used military drone, for about $1,000 dollars," says Peter Singer, author of the new book 'Wired for War: The Robotics Revolution and Conflict in the 21st Century', arguing that "just like software, warfare is going open source." He warns that ultimately robot warfare may even expand beyond the military using more DIY and off-the-shelf systems. Besides 43 countries now working on military robots, there's "non-state actors ranging from Hezbollah to this militia group in Arizona to a bunch of college kids at Swarthmore... One person's hobby — such as the hobbyist who flew a homemade drone from North America to Great Britain — can be another person's terrorist strike option.""
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Apple did a ATG Human Interface Group project that publicly demonstrated a mac tablet (not newton) gesture interfaces at WWDC, early 90's. The tablet was a pen and one finger, both could be used at same time but only one finger (single layer of ITO). Not long after AT&T gave Apple a multi-touch (five fingers) transparent panel using a XY matrix ITO, it was integrated into tablet. At about the same time, Apple discussed with a display manufacturer about developing a mixed mode display, modify the XY display drivers to sense fingers as well as drive display. cool stuff