The idea of a self-driving car is an interesting one. After all who wouldn’t like to be driven around, right? This comes in handy when the commute is long or when you know that there will be a traffic jam and you just don’t want to deal with it. Now we have seen companies like Google make great strides with self-driving cars, and overseas we have companies like Volvo who are starting to test their cars on the road.
With all this progress being made, when can we expect these self-driving cars to actually be made available to regular folks like you and me? In a year or two? Three? Well according to Tesla’s CEO, Elon Musk, it seems that we might have to wait 5 or 6 years before the technology is available, and also for laws and regulations to catch up to the new technology as well. Read full post →Elon Musk: Fully Self-Driving Cars Are 5-6 Years Away From Happening
According to earlier reports, it was suggested that Microsoft could be thinking about dropping both the Nokia and Windows Phone brand from their smartphones. Given that Nokia Finland still owns the name, we guess this was to be expected, but to drop the Windows Phone branding? Well thanks to a redesigned Mobile Devices website, it certainly looks that way.
Some have speculated that the redesigned Mobile Devices website is an indication that Microsoft could really be looking at moving away from the Nokia branding in the future. No word on whether Microsoft will ditch the Windows Phone brand, although earlier leaked images did reveal a handset with just a “Windows” brand instead of “Windows Phone”. Read full post →Redesigned Microsoft Mobile Website Hints At Rebranding