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Google engineer: Smartphone displays may soon be a relic of the past

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Dec
2013

A Google engineer seems to be certain that the future will bring us display-free computing devices that rely on voice recognition software to get the job done in a world in which the user will be surrounded by all sorts of computers. “We are looking to a future where we have a whole variety of devices,” Google’s senior engineering director Scott Huffman told the Guardian. “We have a super computer in our pockets, but also one in our watch, one in our glasses, maybe on our lapel as well as our laptop. Some of those have a screen and a keyboard, but some won’t, and we’re seeing dramatic growth in the numbers of people interacting through voice recognition.” Without revealing actual usage numbers, Google said that 3%

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