BTW, my brother works at the leading hearing research company, Starkey. In addition to putting him in a Circle ( ) you can follow him on Twitter if you're interested in these things (https://twitter.com/jahoro2000).
I believe the next big thing in computing is the audio interface. Call it hearable computing. http://goo.gl/y2sKdG
Hearable computing is not a sub-genre of wearable computing, nor mobile computing, nor desktop computing. It’s a thing unto its own. And I believe it will take two forms: First, the always listening, ubiquitous microphone; and second, the always listening user.
Here's what's coming: http://goo.gl/y2sKdG
suas tomadas de decisões como cancelar ingnorar ou desativar não,acess
informação but e great se cuida e olha dicas proteja minhas notificaçoes
mas no renova seu ispião matriz
- Google+Vice President of Product Management, 2008 - present
- YahooVP of ADD, 2007 - 2004
- Autonomy CorporationVP, 2003 - 2004
- VirageCTO / Founder, 1995 - 2003
I oversee Product Management for the Google+ Project. Previously at Google I've led the product teams for GMail, Google Voice, Google Talk, Orkut, Google Docs, etc.
Before joining Google, I founded and led Yahoo's advanced development division, which developed new products such as Yahoo! Pipes, and I drove the acquisition of products such as Flickr and MyBlogLog. Previously, I was Co-Founder and CTO of Virage, where I oversaw the technical direction of the company from its founding through its IPO and eventual acquisition by Autonomy.
I've got a bachelor's degree in computer science from the University of Michigan, and a master's degree from the MIT Media Lab and was pursuing my Ph.D. there when I co-founded Virage.
- Massachusetts Institute of TechnologyMedia Science, 1989 - 1993
- University of MichiganComputer Science, 1983 - 1989
- Southfield-Lathrup High School
- Pine Crest
- Detroit Country Day School