Is it just not possible? I figure an input device such as a phone using Bluetooth or wireless would sell great on an IPhone, android, and windows phone. After-market touch device for Windows 8. Please tell me it's possible and on its way?
- Cincinnati State Technical and Community CollegeElectro-Mechanical Engineering, 2001 - 2003
I have one big happy family which includes two beautiful children.
I love the work I do. In fact....It's just flat out awesome to be on the forefront of automation and technology.
My favorite things to do is sit down and read about all the latest technology in the Industrial and Consumer world.
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