Today, Microsoft research announced a new computing concept that they have been working on, called surfacefleet. Microsoft points out that the current content and tools, behaviors and workflow are largely bound to the current device, running the current application for the current user, and at the current moment. < p > < p > surfacefleet is a system and toolkit, which uses elastic distributed programming technology to explore cross device interaction, so there are no constraints in the four dimensions of device, application, user and time. < / P > < p > surfacefleet uses lightweight, translucent UI elements called applets, which always appear above the operating system, application window, and (conceptually) the device itself, while all connectivity and synchronization data are virtualized and elastic through the cloud. < / P > < p > these applets let users share resources between devices and users. For example, you can share your laptop keyboard with your surface hub, making it easier for you to type. Or colleagues can share their smartphone cameras with multiple users to see how the site is accessed. < / P > < p > in the future, this work form can also realize the sharing feature. For example, users can share the intention of providing pictures, and the interactive commitment can be embedded in other people’s documents, and then become a part of the document. Similarly, such a collection of interactive commitments can be arranged into a collaborative document, allowing each party to independently edit its own location, and ultimately the owner can choose which to keep. IPhone 12 whole family barrel model exposed: it’s a tribute to iPhone 4

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