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Comment: Pip-Boy (Score 1) 56

by wasteoid (#47422151) Attached to: The Future of Wearables: Standalone, Unobtrusive, and Everywhere
Probably the most useful configuration, mounting a small tablet to the back of one's forearm. Easy to use, no need to occupy a hand, mostly out of the way when not needed. Kind of like a smartwatch, only more useful due to the larger size. Head-mounted configurations seem prone to issues, especially regarding distractions in the visual area while performing activities requiring full attention.

Comment: Re:Two different tech (Score 1) 158

by wasteoid (#47177163) Attached to: Big Telecom: Terms Set For Sprint To Buy T-Mobile For $32B
metroPCS used CDMA technologies, and after T-Mobile merged with them, they have gradually moved customers over to their expanding GSM/LTE network. Presumably, the same method would occur with Sprint. Comparing both companies' performance, T-Mobile management should persist when merging with Sprint.

Comment: Re:Too bad they might no't be able to use them (Score 1) 108

If law enforcement only used technology for good, we wouldn't have a problem, but law enforcement is performed by humans, and humans abuse power. This increase in technology increases their ability to abuse others, and since they are law enforcement, they suffer no consequences.

Any program which runs right is obsolete.