writes "AeroMobil, a Slovakian company is planning on releasing its flying car to the market in 2017, called the AeroMobil 3.0. They have released a video showing it in action. It transforms in seconds from a car to an airplane and is 20 feet long. It can reach 99 mph on the road and 124 in the air and travel 425 miles before running out of fuel.
Run out of fuel, pass out at the wheel? No problem. It features a partial autopilot and emergency parachute that can be automatically deployed in emergencies such as when the pilot falls ill. It has a ceiling limitation of 9800 feet due to cabin pressurization and will require a pilots license."Link to Original Source
writes "There are major shortcomings with Office 2013 UI redesign. Some have stated that the white background and its overall lack of contrast and brightness has “caused their eyes to bleed.” There are some users who claim they have had eye problems after several weeks of using Outlook and Word for several hours per day. The new color scheme is quite bad overall and you have limited options in trying to change it. Outlook by default a low contrast white scheme which can be hard on the eyes and hard to tell what is what. That is, there is no clear distinction between functional areas like user controls and system controls. Not only this but white space optimization throughout the UI, particularly in Outlook and Lync is horrendous.
The preview area in Outlook becomes almost useless due to the huge consumption of space by elements in the header such as the photo, subject and title.
Typing in Outlook and even more so in Excel, often leaves your cursor in a lagged or streaky appearance, akin to that of typing on terminals of the 1990s."Link to Original Source