“Laser, ink-jet, double-sided, color, black-and-white—the future of technology is in printers. I am absolutely convinced of that,” Cook explained to a packed auditorium as a montage of printers and people using printers played on a screen behind him. “What is the one thing people will always need? It’s obvious: printers. Printers with fax machines attached, printers that collate and staple, perhaps a printer that makes photocopies. Anything’s possible. It’s called innovation.”Man, I love "Anything's possible. It's called innovation."
In the Gazette Section, the applications are getting hardcore geeky: a Reverse Polish Notation calculator and another calculator to design coils for electronic circuits.
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