I have been a devote Windows user, I can say that from the very beginning, let me state the Windows OS that I remember being using: MS-DOS. Ho yes! not bad. Do you remember the version 7 and 8?. A light fast OS. Personally I was enjoying. I remember I was using 3 or 4 diskettes. You could use any crappy refurbish computer that you were able to run it. Windows 3.11. OK kind of windows system, but ahead of Macintosh.
I’m so excited, that I have decided to write a post. I was so frustrated with my contacts in my Android Phone, they don’t stop to duplicate every time I was sync using Samsung Kies and Microsoft Outlook 2010.I’m not sure who was the guilty in the duplication; I guess it was related to Samsung Kies but I’m not sure, it could be Microsoft Outlook as well, I don’t have clear evidences.
Interesting project in Kick Starter about the biologic-electronics interaction. In this case a cockroach controlled with your iPhone. Well it is not so complicated, but it is very exciting. A simple PCB with Bluetooth LE (4.0 ready) module, I guess a TI CC2540, maybe from Bluegiga. Since it is BT LE, you can program any iOS device, and access to the hardware without paying the costly MFi homologation and authentication processor fees. BTW good news that Google stated that will support BT 4.0 natively, so soon available for Android I guess.