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Ten technologies that will shake the CE world

1/24/2012 03:50 PM EST
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docdivakar
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docdivakar   1/25/2012 7:33:29 PM
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@NSK: I feel tempted to say neither one! Both aren't open systems -we know iOS isn't but Android isn't either, contrary to the claims! Google controls it but allows the source to be downloaded. What is truly open is the up & coming Boot-2-Gecko (B2G) from Mozilla. When I met its CEO Gary Kovacs last year, one question I posed to him was-what is the future of browsers in the world of ubiquitous computing? Do they become irrelevant? Each mobile device has its own browser... His answer was -well, wait and see. I saw a presentation yesterday, at the Stanford Faculty club where some B2G developers showed what it can do. I hope B2G enjoys the same success as FireFox. MP Divakar

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NSK   1/25/2012 7:07:37 PM
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First you say that Google's Android will dominate, then you say how Apple's Siri will change everything. I see a bit of a conflict here.

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agk   1/25/2012 12:31:28 PM
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MEM's doing many wonders. I think soon these sensors will be woven into our fabrics and this will monitor our sitting position in front of the PC's enable to improve our performance and health.

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chanj0   1/24/2012 7:40:50 PM
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Spielberg's vision in Minority Report is becoming reality. What's the world is going to be like?

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