The only useful feature I miss from a hw keyboard is getting the damn cursor in the right place.
Charge extra registration fees for EVs to compensate.
I think we're always going to need to rely on a human operator fallback as a fail-safe and we'll never be able to stop enthusiasts from manually operating their vehicles. If that's true we'll still need to be licensed, insured, sober, and mostly paying attention. There are alternative solutions to human operator fallback issue. The car manufacturer or software group could have a central hub where the cars ping a human overseeing multiple cars for the appropriate action to take. To deal with mixed autonomous and manually operated vehicles we could have designated roads / lanes for such activities.
Or just have them come here, work, and pay taxes.
With all the discussions behind closed doors, we literally have no idea.
0/10 has day one DLC.
EU trading cards to the rescue!
Moonquakes could be a serious concern for underground bases. http://science.nasa.gov/scienc...
There was an interesting article on
/. some time back about Nissan experimenting with this. Powering buildings using a Nissan Leaf during peak demand then recharging them when energy was cheaper.
The real question is do the Google engineers having these kids know they can't just abandon them like their other offerings?
Your dumb friends tagging you in everything.
I disagree that the hobbyist crap is plaguing Google. I think it's a large part of what keeps them innovative. A lot of it doesn't leave beta but the ideas and core concepts get recycled into other products in their ecosystem.
Rest assured, there will be plenty of hats.
Not the prized Daggerfall-through-the-world algorithms!