Hopefully they'll sell The Leap as well: http://www.leapmotion.com/
Speaking of which if The Leap would be bigger and had projection capabilities it be great for design!
Like this: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PYjlMflhysc
What I've always found interesting about the deal is that Motorola Mobility produces cable modems.
Which would basically allow Google to penetrate into the living room pretty easily by simply including Android in cable modems.
It looks like this might not happen as content providers aren't too happy with Google and actively shunning Motorola modems.
Google might just have to sell the cable modem...
Well you could pick a question and provide an answer that is completely unrelated to the question. IE: Q: In what city were you born? A. Superman001 Only you would know the answer to that. A brute force would have to first guess the correct question then supply a zillion possible answers. Providing an unrelated answer here would throw off a brute force dictionary attack if its definition list was names of cities. Apple could also use multi-token authentication...
Its funny how they don't mention that it only took 9 days for the "infection count" to drop to under 30k http://www.appleinsider.com/articles/12/04/19/kaspersky_says_mac_flashback_infections_have_dropped_to_30k.html I think Apple is handling the problem pretty effectively and it highlights how quickly Mac users are patching their systems.