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This would be an example of a post we all should avoid making. There's seldom a reason to belittle other members. Comments of a personal nature don't add anything.
http://www.businessweek.com/articles/2015-01-17/elon-musk-and-spacex-plan-a-space-internethttp://www.androidcentral.com/google-offers-satellite-imaging-data-non-profits-free
Apple hires very good copywriters for Siri and they've done an excellent job adding replies that make "her" sound spontaneous and witty, more human like responses. Very well done. Google on the other hand is quite succinct in comparison. Wouldn't hurt them to add little humor now and then too. https://www.linkedin.com/jobs2/view/4563249 http://www.technologyreview.com/view/509961/apple-looks-to-improve-siris-script/
Yes, Apple's use of ParaGraph's handwriting recognition engine was very well implemented, and like many other first mover developments in tech well ahead of it's time. .No denying that. Still Microsoft's recognition feature and the stylus it use are well done on the Pro3 don't you think?Of course we would expect any Apple version to be better thought out and put to use. .
Microsoft's handwriting recognition on the Surface Pro3 is reportedly very well done. It's also unique. It's able to store your handwriting itself just as done, and that handwriting is also directly searchable. That's pretty cool.
Yes it does. There's more than one way to solve a problem.But that has nothing to do with on-screen buttons ruining screen resolution does it? That comment was what I was curious about. Do you know anything about it being an issue?
They shouldn't even assume he was against something just because he said he was.
Go to Settings>Advanced and check "Lock North-up mode"
First time I've seen a mention that software buttons ruin screen resolution. How so?As for "barely ever works" that's a ridiculous claim IMO that certainly doesn't help lend credence to the accuracy of your other comments.
Good history of the smart watch here:http://www.techradar.com/news/portable-devices/other-devices/before-iwatch-the-timely-history-of-the-smartwatch-1176685
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