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There are few things that separate us from the "lower forms," those being animals, plants, protozoa, etc. One is cigarette-smoking, which is stupid. Another is cooking, which is awesome. (Raw vegans will disagree with me.) I hesitate to use “the invention of technology” as a distinguishing characteristic of humans vs.
This week in the TMC offices, we are contemplating hybrids: phones used as flashlights, video game consoles as TV suppliers, and pretzels doubling as doughnuts.
It appears as though, in our heavily multi-tasking world, we require people and objects to be many things at once and do many things at once. Writers should also be photographers, engineers should be designers, our personal devices should be our best friends.
With the advent of Siri, the magical voice software on the iPhone 4S, we are wondering how heavy the reliance on this new technology will become for users.
This Techfast contribution was written by Tamare Wolf, Web Editor for TMCnet.
We here at TMC usually find ourselves up to our ears in news of successful mergers and acquisitions between companies across all industries and verticals. However, as of late, wireless giants T-Mobile and AT&T are defying the odds as this proposed merger has turned into quite a convoluted affair, as other players in the space, like Sprint, and now the U.S. government have moved to block the acquisition.