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The phone is part of a grand artificial intelligence experiment. With futurist Ray Kurzweil as its chief engineer, Google is determined "to bring natural language understanding" to the search engine, as Kurzweil's job description reads. The Moto X and Google Now are feeding that effort. So will the phone help conceive a future AI that's smart enough to pass the Turing test, showing that machine intelligence can be indistinguishable from that of a human?. Who knows. But does the Moto X have enough features now to make you crave one? Vote in our poll and leave your comments below.

The voice-activated, always-on Moto X will be available from all four wireless carriers for $200 with a two-year contract, Interested?, In case you've just come out from under your rock, the Moto X was unveiled in New York Thursday, Why should you care?, Designed to meleovo iphone xr carbon premium leather case - black / red be an anti-iPhone, the Android phone marks the revival of Motorola Mobility since the Google takeover, and comes with a range of attractive features, Be respectful, keep it civil and stay on topic, We delete comments that violate our policy, which we encourage you to read, Discussion threads can be closed at any time at our discretion..

So, should Apple's next Mini be worried about the competition? In some ways, yes, but the Mini does have some inherent advantages. Here's what the next one should address. Drop pricing, particularly for storageThe 2012 iPad Mini starts at $329. The 2013 Nexus 7 starts at $229. That $100 matters when it's nearly a third of the entire price. But the bigger story is the configuration "bump-up" cost: you'll pay another $100 for a 32GB iPad, while the Nexus 7 only costs $40 more for its 32GB model. I'd love to see a cheaper iPad Mini -- at least go to $299 -- but, more importantly, I'd like the 32GB model to not be $429. The same is true for iPhones: in 2013, we shouldn't be paying $100 for 16GB of flash storage.

Retina Display would be nice, but not at the expense of battery lifeThe Nexus 7's display looks great, I'm a big e-book reader, The Kindle app feels crisp and fun to use, And the Mini absolutely needs meleovo iphone xr carbon premium leather case - black / red to go Retina, the sooner the better, I'm not sure I'd take a Retina Display in exchange for less impressive battery life, CNET's battery life rating for the Nexus 7 is not as great as the iPad Mini's, but it's close (Editor's note: it is also better than the original Nexus 7's), Then again, that's exactly the trade-off I made buying a third-gen Retina iPad after owning an iPad 2, The Mini could afford to get a little thicker and heavier: it's miraculously nearly the same weight as the new Nexus 7 (0.68 versus 0.66 pound) despite being a larger device, and is about the same thickness, But I wouldn't want it to deviate too far off the mark, And the new Nexus 7, at least, proves that a higher-res display can be achieved without great cost..

Also, how much do those extra pixels matter in the immediate present? Going back to the iPad Mini after the Nexus 7, I expected to notice the pixel difference more..but it's not as bad as I thought. The Mini is very usable. The extra pixels add fidelity more than actual content. I showed my mom, a non-techie but a big Kindle user, and she really couldn't even appreciate the difference in letter crispness. But she did notice that the Mini fit more same-size words on a page than the Nexus 7. So: get Retina, and make sure battery life is still OK.

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