Did you know the Google Nexus phones have built in gyroscopes?
According to Wikipedia, gyroscopes are tools that measure and maintain orientation of an object. Nintendo uses this for the motion action sensors in Wii MotionPlus and handheld portable Nintendo 3DS for added gameplay. When you swipe your finger across the screen of your tablet, this is an example of roll, yaw, pitch, or the principles of angular momentum: a disc spinning on an axis with only its device’s orientation remained constant. In simpler speak, it’s why our smart phones, tablets, iPods and PCs have touch screen display. You can magnify, slide and tap your display to change the direction of a view without changing the orientation of your device.
Did you know the new version of Google Glass has no tethering?
Tethering shares the internet connection of one mobile device with that of another. A mobile phone can pick up the same signal as a nearby tablet with WiFi (aka HotSpot) or Bluetooth capabilities, allowing users to hack the net for free. The newest edition of Google Glass no longer requires a tethering plan and therefore, there is no competition amongst data providers. Googlers will have the ease of instant connectivity without all those 3G/4G network nuisances. An app enhancing Google’s UI will transfer data between devices with no need of a USB or the above-mentioned WiFi-accessible location.