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That sounds delicious!
One storm trooper is of little value.You need at least 10,000 to control even the smallest plant.
I know someone who got this. It was comical watching him fumbling around trying to do simple things.   I still believe Apple will do it right and make it intuitive.
 Two words…Sensors and SynergySensors enable devices to understand the world around them.Sensors enable us to interact with our devices in new ways. Once Apple squires the technology and expertise of PrimeSense it will become one of those primary technologies Tim spoke of.They can then begin to develop the synergies between PrimeSense's technology and Apple's.3D Photography & ScanningMapping & NavigationGesture interfacesGamingSecurityCommerce
This is the single volume "at home" edition which is normally $140 in hardback.The $500 version is a five volume set that is geared toward those whose kitchen is more of a laboratory. I am torn over supporting this due to his patent troll ways.
They said the same thing about the iPhone.A typical clamshell feature phone only needed to be charged once a week. You could make the same argument about electric cars and you'd be wrong. If you love your iWatch and it greatly improves your life, you won't mind recharging it daily.
Made of plastic and comes in six colors... $299 & $399Made of stainless steel and comes in space gray or gold... $499 & $599
Combine an iWatches with iBeacons to enable accurate tracking and interaction with your environment.
A hypothetical iWatch does not necessarily need two hands to operate. It could employ gestures to interact with notifications or answer calls.(think turning a door knob or knocking) Also just raising your arm up quickly to your mouth could be used to invoke Siri.
How can you say that when you don't know what it is?You don't know what it does.You don't know how much it costs. What if it cost $99 dollars and stopped aging?  Still a niche market?What if it cost 99 cents and made your farts smell like roses?  Still a niche market?
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