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The Last Touch
"It seems everything these days is being upgraded to being a "touchscreen" device. Many people embrace this change. Then there's Bob, who doesn't quite like this new technology."
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When the iPod Touch first came out, all of Bob's children (and he has four) wanted one. Since Bob could not afford this, he bought them one to share. It was a good thing, too, because every so often, a new one would come out and they'd all want that. By the time the fourth iPod Touch came out, they all had one; the youngest had a 1G, and the oldest had a 4G...
But Bob knows nothing about iPods. What does the G mean?
Before Apple exploded into the touchscreen world, Nintendo had the power, and Bob's children each owned one of the Nintendo touchscreens. In 2004, Nintendo released a touchscreen handheld console. Which was it?
Bob's eldest daughter was married a year ago and now has invited Bob to dinner. He went to the kitchen to get some water, and was shocked to see touchscreens everywhere! Which of these could Bob not have encountered in touchscreen version?
He could have encountered all of these
Bob's 10-year-old son asked him to upgrade his iOS on his touchscreen device. Bob stared at him blankly, having no clue what the iOS was. "Go ask your mother," was the only response he could give.
Poor Bob. Can you perhaps help him; what did iOS originally stand for?
iPod Original Settings
iPhone Operating System
iPhone's Only Storage
iPod Overused Signal
For their 25th wedding anniversary, Bob's wife bought him an Android. She showed him a feature that allows Bob to talk to his phone to ask arbitrary questions. His wife told him that it was just like Siri for her iPhone.
What voice recognition software did Google release in response to Apple's "Siri"?
Bob and his wife went out to buy a new car, but the next day, Bob found a strange device in it. He picked it up and examined it, only to find it was a touchscreen. Bob put it down immediately and asked his wife what it was.
"Why, that's a Garmin!" she said.
In 1989, Garmin was founded and became a leading company in selling what type of unit for cars?
Speakers and subwoofers
Bob went to the arcade with his children for pizza and games. Somehow, one of his children got Bob to play a game where you dance on a platform with four arrows. Bob quickly became addicted, until he came to a sudden realization; the platform was like a giant touchscreen ... for your feet!
Which dancing game was Bob playing?
Dance Dance Revolution
Bob's wife, desperate to get him into technology, gave him an Amazon Kindle. He thought it was great, until he needed to turn the page. He couldn't figure it out. When his wife slid her finger across the screen, Bob frowned and gave it back to her immediately.
Novels read on a device such as a Kindle are often referred to as what?
Bob had never played video games with his kids, and he decided that it was time to change that. He sat down, his son gave him a controller, and then was asked to turn on the console. He found the power button, but before he could press it, the console turned on! Realizing he had just used a touchscreen power button, Bob panicked, and left the room.
Which of these consoles has a power button that isn't really a button, but a touchscreen?
When Bob visited his local museum with his family, they found a little resting room. They had walked through the museum for hours, so they decided to take a quick break. In the room was what appeared to be a coffee table. Bob went to take a look, and to his surprise, it was not a coffee table at all! It was a giant touchscreen device.
What did Microsoft name their project, a touch device large enough to be used as a coffee table?
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Compiled Jun 28 12