Awesome Sony SBH50 Bluetooth Headset (Using NFC Technology) Will Set You Free From Your Phablet, Somewhat…

A stereo Bluetooth headset.

A stereo Bluetooth headset. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

After watching the commercial on Sony SBH50 Bluetooth headset (using NFC tech), I have to say I’m drooling for one.  Sure, the price tag of whatever is never a pleasant thing, but me me me see what a beautiful way to relinquish that cumbersome smartphone.  When it comes to a smartphone, some people like it big like a tablet so they can call it as a phablet.  I do like to have a phablet moment too, but there are times that I just want to be free from a phablet (i.e., smartphone with big screen) completely.  I can see that Sony SBH50 Bluetooth headset is definitely going to set some people free from a phablet (somewhat… as NFC has a wireless range limit), and hopefully this thing will be just as awesome as how it’s being advertised.  Check out Sony SBH50 Bluetooth headset (using NFC tech) video right after the break, and you will see what I mean as this little gorgeous player does a lot more than just being NFC poster whatever.

Source:  http://www.engadget.com/2013/05/13/sony-sbh50-bluetooth-headset/ (link)

Will It Be Possible And Cool To Have Boot An Operating System From/Over The Web?

Internet

Internet (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Here is a crazy idea that just pops into my brain/mind.  I wonder, if one day computer users don’t have to worry about bandwidth limitation and bandwidth cost, will it be possible and cool to have boot an operating system from/over the web (i.e., Internet)?  I guess I like the idea of no question is too stupid to be pondered upon or have asked!

Update:  I don’t mean this as in remote desktop or anything like that OK?  It’s more of like taking a traditional operating system such as Windows and boot it from the cloud, but yet one can experience this kind of computing as if one use a traditional operating system locally.  Imagining you can boot multiple operating systems at the same time on one computer screen, switching between them effortlessly!  How’s that eh?

Update:  Furthermore, with this idea in mind, can consumer spend less on computing hardware (but might be more on cloud fees) since they might only need a smart computer monitor (i.e., designs to connect directly to the Internet), a router, and an Internet connection?  Whether this be a good thing or not, I don’t know!

Thought Of The Day: Would People Look Back And Laugh At Themselves For Spending So Much On So Little Data?

As I pondered on the thought of having to see people paid tens of dollars for couple hundred megabytes a month on wireless data, a chuckle came out of me.  I wondered, would these same people look back in the future and laugh that they had paid so much for so little data?  Perhaps, the ongoing trend would be so perverted to a point that it could be a lot more expensive for the same people to consume the same amount of data in the future.  For certain, it would be utterly sad to see less network activities and more boredoms when people in the future might not be able to afford to spend on data.

Such a thought saddened me, but WiGig gave me hope!  Knowing WiGig existed, there might be hope in our network horizon for that day would come where wasting data would be a bliss.  Connecting at extreme speed through wireless network without a care would definitely push for not so boring digital world.  Of course, it might be more volatile and chaotic and dangerous, but it might also be creative and interesting and interconnected.  I could not see myself in a boring digital world, because I might prefer to be either not knowing there was such a thing at all or having to see more of whatever that would drive the digital world into its own state of bliss.