Using Google’s latest design language, this ‘Google Time’ concept by Adrian Maciburko is a nice idea for a super-simple take on the kinds of features such a device might have, including voice and touch interfaces. (via Look at how great a Google smartwatch could be - The Next Web)
How awesome would this be? A watch used to search for anything. A device where voice search truly makes sense.
but please make it round
Student of many. Master of none.
I think laptops can benefit from touch screens, but that doesn’t mean we should consider them tablets. Laptops, phones, and tablets all play different parts in my work or play. And, for me, they each need to be no compromise machines.
It’s very interesting to see Microsoft (becasue those are Microsoft even though it is an HP machine) and Samsung advertising with the word “best” in reference to a device they’re trying to say does two things.
And you can eat the cake too, right?
Burglars break into Microsoft campus, steal iPads, but ‘no Microsoft products were reported stolen’ (via 9to5 Mac)
Story of our time.
1981. When you could expect to find “social capital” in an Apple ad.