is another example of why I'm happy to pay for good Offline navigation.
Still it's good to see that Google has removed the blinkers for a moment, acknowledging that not everyone wants or indeed need's to be online, all the time.
Personal software assistants? Check.
Fun times with ? Double check.
Enjoy this week's IoT Podcast! :)
Perhaps by the time M is released, l might then give L another try, assuming all L bugs will then have been squashed...😉
Literally everywhere l shop, my banks NFC payment method works, often surprising the cashiers who typically comment: that is so cool more so when l present the watch face to the loyalty card reader on there counters... Have been doing this for over 12 months, never needing to carry a wallet, cards or cash.
That said, many here are unaware of how well this works, let alone the struggle 3rd parties like Google & Apple have in the US, to match what some of us here take for granted.
- ZDNetContributing Writer, 2015 - presentKevin C. Tofel offers news and views on various mobile platforms, apps and services, helping you understand and choose the right tools for your tasks on phones, tablets, wearables and other devices.
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Kevin C. Tofel has written and podcasted about the mobile industry and wearable devices since 2003 when he left his 15 year I.T. career to write. His work has appeared on various websites and in print, including PC World and The New York Times, and he has spoken to TV audiences on Fox Business and NBC News. When not testing the latest gadget or software, Kevin is typically reading, running or taking computer science and programming classes at his local community college. Kevin is a self-proclaimed fanboy of using whatever tools, devices or software are best suited for the task at hand, regardless of the platform or brand.
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