This week: Split-Screen iPads, Moore’s Law, Tricky Roads
Split-Screen Multitasking May Be Coming to Your iPad
If you’ve ever wished you could use two apps on your iPad at the same time, you may be in luck. Rumor has it that iOS 9, scheduled for release later this year, may include a dual-app viewing mode on some iPads. Learn more about this and other features that may be on tap.
Moore’s Law Still Holding Strong After 50 Years
Gordon Moore, who co-founded Intel and who also predicted that computer processing power would double every two years, thought his prediction would hold up for only 10 years, increasing the transistors on a silicon chip from 60 to 60,000 during that time. Five decades later, his forecast is still playing out. Find out whether Moore thinks his prediction will continue to hold out.
The Road to Innovation
I came across this set of photos highlighting some of the world’s trickiest roads. At first glance, they don’t really appear to have anything to do with business. But when you look at the photos, you’ll realize these paths—forged in some of the roughest conditions and through treacherous terrain—are marvels of innovation and human ingenuity.