"It can be convenient to pull up directions at a PC while you're sitting at your desk, but you're not going to lug that thing outside to the car when it's time to hit the road. That means you have to get the directions to your phone or tablet, which often means just searching a second time. Back in April, Google tried to alleviate this issue by introducing the ability to send directions directly from Search. Now the company is providing the option to send the information from desktop Maps to the Android app.If you have the latest version of Google Maps installed (9.11.0), you should see Send to deviceappear at the bottom of the card detailing..."
Read more @ Android Police
Here's an interesting paradigm shift of our future of driverless vehicles. Imagine your ride being subsidized by your activities. The Wienermobile was way ahead of it's time. How different will our kindergarten students experience the world in this mobile economy and what type of skill sets will they need to support, operate, maintain, and sustain this economy?
"Self-driving cars are just beginning to creep onto our highways. But in the future, autonomous vehicles may dominate the roads, freeing up their human passengers to engage in all sorts of other activities. For instance, you might want to spend your morning commute pouring through your emails whilst a barista prepares your pumpkin spice latte. Wait, what?!
The notion that “driving” may be a very different experience in the..."
Read more @ Gizmodo
Together, as learners in the education space, we would like to share a selection of what we read and reflect on internally.