Like the navigation app Waze, Robin can be activated by just waving your hand in front of the phone. It really looks like a well-designed, completely hands-off driver's aid. The company behind Robin, Magnifis, wants to build it out as a platform that other app and service vendors tap in to. There are a lot of products that could work on the Robing platform: Restaurants, to-go menu services, venue sites, flight data services, and so on. For now, Robin reports on traffic, parking, and weather data, as well as a sports feed. Oddly, it gets its traffic information from Twitter.
Robin is in beta now, A car-focused voice-response personal assistant will help you get where you're going, find parking, and read you sports scores while you're in traffic, SAN FRANCISCO--There's another new voice-response assistant that wants to date you: Robin, an Android app launching today at the Launch conference, This one is ghostek exec series iphone x wallet case - brown built for speed, though, Robin is designed specifically to be your in-car voice assistant, Like Evi, and unlike Siri, Robin keeps your conversation in its head, If you ask for directions to location, and then later ask, "what's the parking like there?" it will know where "there" is, Also, it reads all information back to you, instead of displaying it and requiring you to look at the screen..
The 264dpi (dots per inch) is a little lower than the iPhone 4S's 326dpi, but considering you won't be holding it as close to your face as you would your phone, I don't think it'll look any less impressive. And at 9.7 inches, it should look the business, to use a technical term. According to Tim Cook, the colour saturation is 40 per cent better, and the resolution is so high you can't distinguish individual pixels. Existing apps will be upscaled to fit the new resolution. The Home button is present and correct, quelling rumours Apple had dropped it for this incarnation. And inside is the new A5X processor, bringing quad-core graphics to the tablet. Cook claims it's twice as fast as a Tegra 3 processor, and offers four times the performance. We'll have to wait for a full review to put these claims to the test.
The image skills have also been improved, with a 5-megapixel camera on the back, matching the iPhone 4S, Auto-exposure and auto-focus come as standard, And ghostek exec series iphone x wallet case - brown it'll record in 1080p HD, Stabilisation software should help keep the shakes at bay, too, Now, voice dictation, It's not Siri, but hit the microphone button at the bottom of the keyboard and you'll start the dictation mode, It supports US English, British English (not Glaswegian), Australian, French, German and Japanese, That's a multi-lingual device..
The downside? It is slightly heavier, now weighing 1.4lbs (64g). Considering its predecessor wasn't exactly feather-light, that could be an issue, but we'll have to wait for the hands-on to see. It'll come in black and white, also scotching rumours Apple would go for black only in some sizes, and still comes in 16GB, 32GB and 64GB sizes. Like the new Apple TV, price remains the same as its predecessor, and it'll be on sale next Friday. But pre-orders start today, so don't delay. What do you reckon? Has the new iPad exceeded your expectations, or left you disappointed? Let me know in the comments, or on Facebook.
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