How much coffee do you drink in a day? Do you always have people around who could use a cup of good coffee as well? If you want to make your coffee drinking experience geekier and more fun, you have to get your hands on these Keyboard Coffee Cups.
What better way to enjoy an espresso than in these cups?
Everyone has heard or read this quote at least once by now. The recently departed Steve Jobs has indeed left a mark on our generation, and this quote is perhaps one of the most popular (if not the most inspiring) that can be attributed to him.
If this quote means much to you, you might want to get a letterpress poster featuring the quote in its entirety. Uncrate is accepting orders till December 17. A poster costs $100-$200. (You didn’t think it would come cheaply, did you? After all, it is still an Apple-related product!)
Each poster measures in at 10 x 26 inches, is printed on 100% cotton and handmade Arches 140# paper. There are only 500 prints available, so if you really want one, I suggest not waiting.
Siri might very well be the most sought after personal assistant in the world. When Apple announced her presence in the newest of the iPhone models, people were scrambling about to get their hands on her. Developers and manufacturers of other smartphones were also, understandably, wanting to show that they can outdo Siri and everything she stands for.
More recently, the Internet has been abuzz with news about the claims of Craig Mundie, the Chief Research and Strategy Officer of Microsoft. He has been saying that they got “there” first. That is, for over a year, the Windows Phone has supposedly had a Siri-like functionality: Microsoft Tellme. It’s just that the hype was not the same, and people might not have discovered it. Not to mention that only a handful uses the Windows Phone.
So what is the truth? Are Siri and Microsoft Tellme the same? Here’s a video of the two functionalities compared. You tell me if Siri and Microsoft Tellme are comparable.