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+Kris Hibbert , the gauntlet has been thrown down.
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Yeah I was doing that just the other week. Popping wheelies, stoppies and everything inbetween 
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Apple Watch vs. Garmin GPS Watch
https://twitter.com/hverlind/status/592249808972288000

I haven't tested it myself so can't say :)
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Microsoft says you can now control MS PowerPoint For iOS with your Apple Watch

Microsoft has just updated its PowerPoint app for iOS, adding support for Apple’s first ever wearable device – the Apple Watch.

This new update adds the ability to control all your PowerPoint based presentations right from your wrist.

A few days back, Microsoft updated OneDrive for iOS to support the Apple Watch. +http://goo.gl/knKImQ

Microsoft has also updated its PowerPoint app and it's available to download for free to those who are in the ownership of an iPhone, iPad or iPod touch. +http://goo.gl/Fas5TT

As you can guess by now, the Apple Watch part of the PowerPoint app lets you use start and pause your slideshow, and easily navigate from one slide to another, right from your wrist.

The Apple Watch will also display the elapsed time, the slide number you’re on, along with the total number of slides the presentation holds.

Learn more

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#powerpoint #applewatch #ios #appstore #apple #microsoft #onedrive

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Very smart.
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This Week in Technology futurism.co/tech-weekly
Adaptive AI, allowing the deaf feel speech, spider-like manufacturing robots, drones to reforest the earth, safe aluminum batteries, high resolution 3d imaging and more!

DARPA seeks to create software systems that could last 100 years
http://phys.org/news/2015-04-darpa-software-years.html

Rice students develop vest that allows deaf to feel speech
http://college.usatoday.com/2015/04/09/rice-students-develop-vest-that-allows-deaf-to-feel-speech/

Spiderlike Robots Could Build Giant Space Structures
http://www.space.com/28846-spiderfab-space-structures-incredible-technology.html

This Drone Startup Has An Ambitious (Crazy) Plan To Plant 1 Billion Trees A Year
http://www.fastcoexist.com/3044235/this-drone-startup-has-an-ambitious-crazy-plan-to-plant-one-billion-trees-a-year

Ultra-fast charging aluminum battery offers safe alternative to conventional batteries
http://phys.org/news/2015-04-ultra-fast-aluminum-battery-safe-alternative.html

Camera chip for smartphone provides superfine 3-D resolution
http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2015/04/150403150704.htm

#ScienceSunday #Science #Technology #DARPA #AI #Deafness #Speech #Robotics #Drones #Green #Reforestation #Stanford #Batteries #Energy #Imaging #3dPrinting  


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I'm gona try this in the work car park.. 😊
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haha :)
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Check out these Apple Watch hidden features and tips on Handoff, AirPlay, and more to get the most out of your new device. 

https://youtu.be/BCpr32gz3Uo

http://www.macrumors.com/2015/04/28/apple-watch-tips-tricks/
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Max Parrot - World's First Switch Quadruple Underflip
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KSdx9gNmqlc

That's special :)
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I hope this is right.. Or it'd be a very late birthday present from Paul to Paul 😒 
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