I suggest they fix crashes first (happens regularly to me on iOS, Android and OS X), and just then they start adding features. I can't help it, but before microsoft bought the Skype, I barely seen it crash in years. But now, a longer call hardly goes by without crashing either on my or the other end. As much as I hate sharing my camera and microphone with google, I slowly migrate to hangouts -- not because I like, but because it doesn't crash.
An anonymous reader writes "The same radio ham operator who received signals from NASA's Mars Orbiter in 2005 has recently detected a signal from Yutu, China's Moon rover feared dead. Obviously, this means that rover is not dead as many people believed. Great score for amateur radio operators!" Link to Original Source
If that is true, I guess the mother nature is far more advanced than I could even imagine. Sonar, ok, infrared sensors, ok, antibiotics, ok, aero/hydro dynamics, ok, but electric field communication, wtf? I thought this domain solely belonged to human race.