Now here is a novel idea – a robot that functions as a pole dancer, gyrating its hips in an enticing manner, hoping to grab your attention. I suppose it would be pretty ironic if there was some sort of credit card machine built within the robotic stripper for you to dispense with an amount of cash at your discretion if you are pleased with its “performance”. The robotic stripper above has been seen at the CeBIT expo in Hanover, Germany, in an appearance that also saw both British Prime Minister David Cameron and German chancellor Angela Merkel grace the event as well.
Its no secret that Apple Maps didn’t exactly get off to a good start. There were many problems with the company’s mapping service from the get go, users were inconvenienced so much so that the company apologized and promised that it would do a better job, while recommending alternatives to its homegrown mapping service. Apple Maps was introduced with iOS 6, it replaced Google Maps that had been the sole mapping service since the very first days of the iPhone. Apple Maps was improved to an extent in iOS 7, but a new report claims that radical changes are going to be made to Maps for iOS 8.