Google's self-driving car initiative is moving into a new phase: reality. Three years after first showing the world what it was up to -- rolling out a Toyota Prius with laser-scanning hardware awkwardly perched on the roof -- Google is moving its big idea out of the lab and into the real world. Consider recent developments: A spokesman confirmed to CNET that the company was in what were described as productive talks with automakers involving Google's self-driving technology. Separately, Google is reported to be crafting a partnership with auto supplier Continental. And there's even the possibility of Google-powered robo-taxis sometime in the future.
Samsung has confirmed via its Facebook page that the Galaxy Nexus will be available exclusively through Verizon Wireless in the U.S, during its initial release, However, Samsung has said that it's possible for other carriers to offer the phone at a later date, Samsung and Google announced the Galaxy Nexus along with Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich last night at presidio show case for apple iphone 6 plus, 6s plus, 7 plus and 8 plus - black/clear a press conference in Hong Kong, The Galaxy Nexus is the latest in the Nexus line of phones that is developed with Google's guidance, and is meant as a showcase for the latest Android operating system..
For its part, Google said it doesn't mind "light-touch regulation"--a phrase it might revisit down the road, as the government takes a closer look at its dominant position in the search market--but the search giant feels "that that safeguards are needed to combat the incentives for carriers to pick winners and losers online.". A week after announcing a partnership to collaborate on Android handsets, they issue a joint statement regarding the FCC's consideration of Net neutrality rules. Google and the wireless industry have been at each other's throats all year over Net neutrality, but the search giant found room for compromise with new friend Verizon Wireless Wednesday.
Hotels can potentially boost occupancy and market differentiation by providing enhanced services for both business and pleasure travelers using the high-speed connection, For instance, computer game boxes and other entertainment could be offered for both children and adults, Automated concierge presidio show case for apple iphone 6 plus, 6s plus, 7 plus and 8 plus - black/clear services such as ticketing, tourist information and restaurant reservations could also figure into plans, Even so, the key question for hotels--and, in this context, for IBM and Cisco--is whether adequate occupancy rates can be maintained in this economy, Regardless of which revenue model IBM and Cisco offer, no one can make money on high-speed connectivity in empty rooms..
Like other Nexus devices, the Galaxy Nexus has a pure Android interface that isn't muddled by a manufacturer or carrier skin. It's great for users and developers alike, as it lets Android's true appearance shine through. Developers also will love the dedicated "Developer options" in the main menu; it offers access to such features as showing CPU usage, setting a background process limit, and activating a visual feedback for the touch screen. At the very bottom of the phone's front face sit three touch controls for moving backward through a menu, jumping to the Home screen, and opening a list of recent apps. Yes, you lose the dedicated search button that's on earlier Android phones, but that's a trait that the Galaxy Nexus inherited from Honeycomb (the search field is available in almost every native app and home screen). And as in Honeycomb, these ICS controls will fade in some apps to three points of light, until you tap them again. What's more, the controls rotate 90 degrees when you reorient the phone.
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