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Right on Tim Cook!
Is there likely an another 2014 event besides the oct 16? Also, the logo looks like pages being pulled from the center of a book.
There is a magic trick of bending metal that a magician named Uri Geller had perfected.  I bet the trick would work with some of the aluminum phones.
I wear an insulin pump and continuous glucose monitor (for blood sugar).  The insulin pump looks like a motorola pager from the 90s and its connected with a tube to an infusion site. The whole device is super awakard and needs a lot of babysitting and calibration and maintense.  It also requires me to interact with the device about 20 to 40 times a day in one way or another.  (testing, dosing for meals, calibrating, reviewing, etc) iWatch will not likely have a built in...
This commercial still brings tears to my eyes.  The music is perfect.  I can relate to the misunderstood kid.
What the hell are they building!!!! I want it!!!!
this would be waterproof
Mos hardness test is a scientific method of measuring scratch resistance.  You scratch the material with a variety of minerals until you begin to see a scratch. Beyond metal the next things that will scratch a phone are granite counter top, ceramics, and sand/dirt/grit on top of a surface that is otherwise safe.
This dude needs to do a moss hardness test. Scratching a key and knife to it tells us this display is harder than the key and the knife... and nothing else. The iphone 5 would also pass that.
Al Gore's our choice was a really excelent example of e-book interactiveity.
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