10 ways that iPads are transforming retailEver since the introduction of the iPhone and iPad, people have found amazing ways to use the devices and with the arrival of iOS 7, the new iPhone devices the possibilities are only going to increase—Andrew Yates at TheNextWeb What’s Holding Up The Internet Of ThingsTurns out our smart […]
Cellphone speech recognition is getting better fast. Very soon, we’ll do less talking through our phones — and more talking to them—David Pogue at the New York Times
From: Kinvey Backend as a Service The latest Android version was very recently announced and is called “KitKat”, same as the candy bar. Why it isn’t the widely expected “Key Lime Pie” is discussed in this post.
It’s out of ideas, out of energy, and out of gas. It’s reduced to putting lipstick on that pig… or gold color on that case.—Carol Kopp commenting on the state of the smartphone industry at MarketWatch
Microsoft’s bet on touch PCs fails to pay offBuyers reject touchscreen notebooks, spooked by higher prices and concerns about value of Windows 8′s touch UI—Gregg Keizer at Computerworld How You Can Buy Whatever Reputation You WantIn NY Magazine, Graeme Wood writes about how you can buy whatever reputation on the web that you want. High-Tech […]
Harvard creates brain-to-brain interface, allows humans to control other animals with thoughts aloneResearchers at Harvard University have created the first noninvasive brain-to-brain interface (BBI) between a human… and a rat. Simply by thinking the appropriate thought, the BBI allows the human to control the rat’s tail. This is one of the most important steps towards […]