Intel: Gap between humans, machines to close by 2050; Motorola's Jha shuffles execs

> Intel's CTO says the gap between humans and machines will close by 2050. Article

> A group at the University of Washington has developed software that for the first time enables deaf and hard-of-hearing Americans to use sign language over a mobile phone. Article

> Motorola's Sanjay Jha, who recently took over the company's struggling handset division, shuffled around management positions, and announced the company will launch 50 new mobile devices this year. The former Qualcomm executive has named John Cipolla, a longtime Motorola executive, to lead the consumer products unit. Cipolla replaces Rob Shaddock, who is leaving the company since being named head of the consumer products unit in April. Article

> The tiny South Pacific nation of Niue became the first nation in the world to issue laptop computers to all its children. Article

And Finally... Lines for the iPhone in Poland were filled with actors. Article

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