Do you think the voltage or amperage would warrant it? If it doesn't run on 5v servo motors, you'd have to include an extra transformer. Not to mention the slow charging time with USB on such a high amperage device.
That would be Windows MESE: Just Plain Messy.
The iPod touch has a limited battery life... Though you'd hope it shares power source with the arm.
I don't know, but the iPod touch runs on ARM.
If they give us a Windows8SE, they're just going to follow it up with a Windows 9ME
If you're 300 baud mind can't see that my joke wasn't predicated on your joke, then you'd better start learning Morse code.
wallet sure seems lighter
How about you use that 25Mbps to pay your bill online and not pay in cash. Then again, you said you didn't get any smarter.
Its probably easy to build
The cost of building a device doesn't necessarily include R&D costs. It's possible someone else has already done the work for you.
Flashing reds is probably a failsafe mode. You could give yourself a green, but it won't fix them for anyone else.
Because the CEO already got theirs and they can just step down and keep their share of the profits. Leave it for the corporation to handle without them.
I was stuck at a faulty red light with a sensor once. I waited for almost 5 minutes, wanting to call the police out to get me out of the stop light. Yes, I'm pedantic enough to annoy my wife like that. I knew that backing up and pulling forward would work, but it shouldn't have been necessarily.
The US is finally moving to chip and pin for credit cards by next fall.
What makes you think there are standards? I can almost guarantee that you're vendor-locked the moment you start building the system.
I think it's a bit more likely to go undetected if you do it wirelessly.
Our Constitution's Bill of Rights has a provision against cruel and unusual punishment.