From tablets to smart phones to "wearables" (little computers you wear, watches, and bracelets, mostly, that will alert you to incoming calls, emails, text messages and Hellfire missiles, not really, actually I don't know what they do, and I have thought about this a lot, way more than is probably healthy, what can you actually accomplish on a touch screen the size of a watch? Type out an email, or a text message, watch a YouTube video, read an ebook? Probably, you could do any of these things, but it would be a terribly restricted experience.
What's the point, just walking around saying "I have a smart watch"
"What time is it?"
"Time? Oh, time of day time, here let me access that function, just a simple swipe, a little tap, Oh, dammit, maybe if I sweep, no, maybe a sweeping motion, shoot, it's about 11:00. Want to watch this cat video? I think it's a cat, it might be a bear, or a car."... Oops, sorry about that, wearables are the next wave of technology, and are a viable computational device with limitless potential).
Anyway, back to the point of this, I heard that Apple was developing a "Smart Automobile Technology." Google has been working feverishly, and noisily on their car, and the competition is fierce. It is a mad dash to driverless cars.
Apple, and Google both imagine a day when people will be free to set behind the wheel of an automobile, and goof around with their phone, enjoy a cup of coffee, or even a donut, or breakfast sandwich on the way to work. A day when commuters are free to cruise along the freeway with little or no concern for traffic laws, common sense, or the safety of other drivers.
Wait a minute, that already happens, all over the place. Maybe these companies aren't so innovative after all. Here is a a video I took while undercover for big oil, and large insurance conglomerates, who would like to keep everybody blind to the realities of monopoly, and wriggling to pay their bills, and terrified of what would happen when... Oops sorry, that was not supposed to slip.