by Michael Fisher | February 4, 2015 6:34 PM
In the smartphone world, a five-inch display is a pretty sizable canvas … but what if you could add, say, 30 inches to that? That's the question the Microsoft HD-10 was built to answer, and we're taking a demo unit for a spin in today's video! The Microsoft HD-10 is an unassuming hockey puck of a device, a plastic pancake with two cable ports and precious little else to make it stand out. That means it blends right in with the Apple TV, Chromecast, Fire Stick, or whatever else you've got tethered to your television ... while leaving the real up-close-and-personal connectivity matters ...
by Joe Levi | November 9, 2012 10:30 AM
Google has several different product lines, each one geared to different use case scenarios. Typical people tend to use their electronics in one of three "experiences": 10-inch, 2-foot, and 10-foot. The 10-inch experience When we hold our device in our hands at approximately 10-inches from our face, we're probably using a smartphone or tablet. Either of these is very touch-centric. Keyboards are on-screen and are usually tapped with one finger or two-thumbs at a time. Icons and words are relatively small because the device is relatively close to our eyes. The 2-foot experience Once we put ...
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