I have a feeling it'll be Google and Apple that basically run the world someday. Who knows, they may even merge into one mega tech company in the
distant future. Microsoft just seems to always be late to the party.
I think this technology is pretty neat. One can easily see how you can find practical uses for it-crime scene evidence dimension specs in the lab
before you get the item there-blueprint dimensions shown to clients in a 3-D format so they approve it faster-kisses given to a soldier before he
soldiers on. It is scary to think of these things as possible but we've been heading in this direction for a long time now. And there are ways in
which it can be used in ways it shouldn't. But isn't that the way all technology is?
Very cool, but is it environmentally friendly? Say if the screen or edges were to get damaged/unsealed like i've seen on other tablets then leaks this
micro fluid in your backpack or on a coffee table before you lay your bagel on it
I guess that could be said about a lot of things nowadays but something to consider.
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