I am uncomfortable with the idea that we are on the verge of going back to war on this anniversary of 9/11. In a speech today our President told us to "Never give in to fear" and yet, I can't help but feel that these acts of war on our part do exactly that, give in to fear. It is exactly what the military industrial complex desires.
First Android apps available for Chromebook. I am looking forward to check this out.
Ron Amadeo: "No one has really figured out what a smartwatch should look like yet, but one thing is for sure: Google and Apple have taken vastly different routes to getting a computer on your wrist."
Here is what I think is the key point from Ron Amadeo's comparison for Ars Technica: "Apple is also taking a much more app-centric approach, putting apps on the main screen, just like on a smartphone. Google's watch OS is primarily notification driven, with the 'app drawer' buried several screens deep into the OS, or hidden behind a verbal 'start [app name].'"
Apple comments on Watch battery life - SlashGear. It seems pretty logical to me that with that really high resolution display, battery life is going to be an issue with the Apple Watch. Now, truth is, I wouldn't wear it to bed, so being apple to easily put a watch on a charger is no big deal to me. However, if you travel, it does mean you will have to carry that charger with you or leave the watch at home.
Remember, there is still one more smartwatch to be revealed.