Yes, a pocket smart watch, with extra long battery life. An iPod nano in a classic pocket watch format.
The USA has a crap phone system, to gather 80%of voice calls would require a duplicate network almost as big as the existing one! could not be done without most technicians noticing. He almost had me believing until I read the words, " total population control" yer, right.
US gets the F-22, the rest may get the F-35, which one is better? not the F-35. It's a project to have the rest of the world pay for aircraft development.
bad power grid and the electronic CFL are a bad mix.
the people of Alice Spings in Australia get a day off to go to the local Ag Show. Bargain!
20 years, oh dear, commander Keen, oh gosh, I am feeling so old.
it's a way of monitoring your heartbeat and steps without selling you a wristband. nothing to do with sound quality.
It's on my ten year old Prius, what next? Electric air con compressor? Oops, got that too...
Other people created this problem, they should fix it. Oz should not have to suck up the worlds nuclear waste just because it's an easy way for the rest of the world to get rid of an issue that they knew about before building power stations.
Sadly survivors with guns will dominate the scenery. Anyone who can farm skills will be important but dominated by unskilled morons.
The film must have been a reference to a section of an Adams story where a survey marker was placed on earth to mark the center of the universe. IIRC
It's a rock! It takes a pretty stoned mind to call it Australia. And Tasmania misses out again!
3D printers will be attractive to consumers when they are sub$500 AND provide quality prints quickly. People take print time into account along with price so if it takes hours to print an object that they can buy over the counter, people will just buy over the counter and avoid the hassle of a machine thumping away for hours. My prediction has always been that 3D printing will be done in a shop front or via mail order. This latest unit is just taking advantage of the dissatisfaction with the current crop of consumer printers, and may not actually live up to the promises.
MS has offered upgrades at a reduced cost, it has supported it for about a decade, if people hold onto it, they do so at their own peril. Who holds onto a photocopier for ten years and expects spare parts? Yes I own an old laser printer and sadly, if it breaks I don't expect to have spare parts available. The devil inside me says that people are also holding on to XP because many machines could be activated with the same code, or even without a code in the case of many laptops supplied with a restore CD.
Jail breaking automobile software, yer, there's a recipe for disaster!