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Just an average day in 2014

Canonical

on 3 September 2010

This article is more than 13 years old.


While I’m not convinced that Sweden will actually win the world cup there’s lots to like about this “five minutes into the future” look at how we might share content and interact with devices in a few years time. I’m setting a reminder in my calendar. I’ll catch you in 5 years, see if we made it

There are more videos on the http://www.youtube.com/user/TATMobileUI.

Discovered via the delightful Steve Clayton’s blog.


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