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This is a graphic contrast of current/past room vessels contrasted to the USS Business. As you can easily see, it appears they like to construct spaceships way larger in the future. I’m kidding, Star Trek isn’t really actual. SPOILER: Star Wars either. I despise to break it to you, but the future is gonna be far less entertaining than the sci-fi flicks and shows make it out to be, and it’s gonna be populated totally by individuals that are sorry for ever taking the live-forever pill in the very first spot. However hey– don’t take a GENUINE time traveler’s word for it, hang around and see for yourself. I’m kidding, you’ll be dead long before the time the live-forever tablet is fashioned in 2196.
Thanks to Dave, that attempted informing me size does not matter even though each ex-girlfriend of his told has him it does which’s why, in spite of being such a wonderful man, she has to leave him (it’s cool people, I understand him).
Here is a comparison of the Asus Eee Pad Transformer and the Sony Tablet S Android Honeycomb tablets. Check out our video review of the Asus Eee Pad Transformer at: www.youtube.com Check out our video review of the Sony Tablet S at: www.youtube.com Check out our full written reviews of all Android tablets at: www.mobiletechreview.com
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An iPad 3 comparison guide
Needless to say, Apple's device should hold an exponential advantage over the Tegra 2-equipped Galaxy Tab range, Motorola XOOM, Toshiba Thrive and Asus Transformer. Apple's iPad 3 also holds a sizeable advantage over the Amazon Kindle Fire, …
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Apple slides and blocks Motorola devices over slide-to-unlock
The Motorola Xoom doesn't violate Apple's slide-to-unlock patent, a German court says. Apple has won a key victory in its German patent battle against Motorola Mobility. Earlier today, a Munich Regional Court offered Apple a permanent injunction …
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Essence under fire for Evelyn Lozada wedding shoot
By Madame Noire Evelyn Lozada attends the Maxim Party Powered by Motorola Xoom at Centennial Hall at Fair Park on February 5, 2011 in Dallas, Texas. (Photo by Gustavo Caballero/Getty Images for Maxim) Evelyn Lozada is quickly becoming the most hated …
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The ASUS Transformer Prime vs. the Motorola Droid Xyboard – Comparison of …
The Xyboard is an attempt to revive and upgrade its earlier model – the Motorola Xoom. Incidentally, the Xyboard's sibling – the Xyboard 8.2 – signifies the developer's attempts to enter the small tablet market. The primary difference between the …
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After 2011's flop, can Android tablets recover?
The 16×9 landscape orientation is still the default in Android 4.0 and there are a ton of existing Android tablets like the Motorola Xoom and the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 and the ASUS Eee Pad Transformer that are locked into the 16×9 orientation, …
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Motorola Xoom 2 review
By Khidr Suleman MOTOROLA'S SUCCESSOR to its Xoom tablet is a hit-and-miss affair and as such the device is likely to remain low down on the Christmas wishlists that will no doubt be headed up by Apple and Samsung products. …
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One particular YouTube user has pitched Apple’s iPhone Siri feature against Microsoft’s Windows Phone TellMe functionality.
The video follows a widely circulated comparison video in late November. The video compared Siri against TellMe in an unfair way. The comparisons were made after Microsoft’s Craig Mundie claimed most of the functionality had been in Windows Phone for a year. Whilst his comments were accurate in some regards, the implementation of both systems is vastly different.
The original video featured commands that Microsoft TellMe does not currently understand. Microsoft’s Tellme technology is more of a command driven feature of Windows Phone right now but the company has plans to improve this in future. Microsoft’s future Tellme speech recognition is a lot more personal and more aligned with Apple’s Siri features. Microsoft demonstrated some of its future speech recognition in Windows Phone in August, see a video demo here.
The latest comparison video, from the guys at Response LTD, features a comparison between both devices in a fair and balanced way. Siri is clearly the winner in speech recognition thanks to the way users can naturally interact with it. However, the video offers up good insight into how each platform handles particular queries, despite the technology behind them. Check it out below.
iPhone Siri vs Windows Phone TellMe, a fair comparison [video] originally appeared at WinRumors.com.
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Nintendo’s twin-screen wonder has seen almost as many reinventions as Lady Gaga, so it may not come as a huge shock to hear that the DS (in all its guises) has now sold over 50 million units in the US. The home entertainment maestros are still chasing similar success for its three-dimensional sibling, the 3DS, however. Nintendo has managed to sell almost half a million three dee units units after its weighty price cut, but there’s now some very potent competitors seeking their own slice of the (portable) gaming pie. Good luck, Nintendo, you’re probably going to need it.