You wouldn’t ask these robots for advice, but at least they do what they are designed for, to a degree. As I’ve mentioned before, a robot doesn’t need human cognition to be useful. More important is being designed for its “habitat” and some level of adaptation to the actual situation, with no need for manual Read more about Robots everywhere[…]
A coffee machine that only accepts branded/DRM’d coffee capsules. How do you DRM a coffee pod? | Ars Technica Via NFC maybe? It could also be mechanically or via colors or patterns. Something we looked at at Anoto during 2008, to identify (rather than protecting) different types and colors of whiteboard pens. “In Keurig’s case, Read more about Coffee goes the way of ink[…]
More or less what’s happened lately, not necessarily in the completely right order: Nokia loses most of its smartphone market share to Apple and later Google/Samsung/HTC etc. The stock plunges. Nokia collaborates with Intel for a modern smartphone/tablet platform called Meego, based on Nokia’s Maemo platform and Linux. Steven Elop moves from Microsoft to become Read more about Nokia X with Android[…]
When you thought Flappy Bird was gone for good, developers have been busy releasing copycats of the notorious game: Flappy Bird: AppStore sees new clone of Dong Nguyen’s game every 24 minutes – News – Gadgets & Tech – The Independent Over Sixty ‘Flappy Bird’ Clones Hit Apple’s App Store Every Single Day The same Read more about Flappy Bird copycats[…]
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