No plus-sized drones?
63 posts • joined 21 Oct 2010
Not the technology
The chaps at Beats are VERY good at getting their products on celebrities (given free if not actively paid to sport them as they exit that jet/team coach). And that's pretty much half or 3/4 of the game.
Headphones are wearable, the same as a watch, which is why I'd hazard a guess Apple really could do with their know-how.
In terms of audio tech there is already better much lower hanging fruit (mentioned above). But that probably isn't the priority.
Paris, because she's a celeb too!
No exactly shocked
Spain is strangled by a centralized "can't do" government restricting abortion, referendums, etc.
Drones fitted with cameras could help uncover all sorts of dodgy behaviour by our politicians and royals. So that's a ban then.
Hope this doesn't negatively impact your most excellent "Clicks" guided projects.
Revelation from the East from the poorly travelled
Coming from iPhone obsessed Hipsterville (not Eastbourne) I was really surprised to see so many chicks with big android mobiles in Singapore. One of the local owners explained to me that the females out there are addicted to Korean TV soaps which they love to watch on their mobiles on public transport, and that those discrete iPhones were no good (I guess they are subtitled or something).
Returning to the pics, I doubt the images are genuine, but I doubt the Apple Genies would want to exclude potential iTunes customers because they failed to adapt to a different market.
Does anyone read comments this far down?
Re: Wrong, but not ridiculous?
"A cyclist going at 35 km/h (we are not talking Tour de France here) that's 21.5 g/km per person (without emissions from food production, etc., unlike the bike side claims)."
I'm not sure I'd manage a steady 35km/h - I'm probably ambling making about 15km/h through the city. Maybe you are wasted in front of computer and a career in cycle couriership might be beckoning.
Re: @ taxman - Anything but Unity
The pictured phone in the bbc article looks very much like the Samsung Galaxy Nexus I have in front of me now - a device I am perfectly happy with.
@Andreas, I'm not sure if you are suggesting the phone doesn't exist, or that there is no evidence of which devices are proposed other than the Canonical supplied photo.