“X” that came in our life last decade
Here we reach letter X and soon A2Z will finish.
So let’s peep into X to check what and how this letter changed in the last decade.
Xbox Adaptive Controller (2018)
Microsoft’s Xbox Adaptive Controller, made for gamers with limited mobility and highly modifiable for different users’ needs, is perhaps my favorite gadget of the decade, and one I pray is duplicated by other major game companies. Not only does it look slick, but it’s also designed to accommodate a subset of gamers long ignored by the larger gaming industry. Microsoft worked alongside organizations like the Cerebral Palsy Foundation and the AbleGamers Charity to shape everything from the huge buttons on its face to its accessible packaging. With over a dozen ports for connecting assistive controllers, buttons, and joysticks, and its compatibility with both Xbox One consoles and Windows PCs, Xbox’s Adaptive Controller is one of the most important developments in the gaming industry and should put a smile on anyone’s face.
X-Cart is a commercial open source shopping cart platform distributed through the SaaS solution, or via download package. It was originally released in 2000 by Creative Technologies LLC, a Russian web development company that later worked on Ecwid. Upon release, it was the world’s first PHP shopping cart software.
Xiaomi commits to continuous innovation, with an unwavering focus on quality and efficiency.
The company relentlessly builds amazing products with honest prices to let everyone in the world enjoy a better life through innovative technology.
X for, well not X for sure.
For a change, X here does not stand for X as in EX. Too many people repeatedly mispronounce Apple’s new iPhones. So in public service and one last time, it’s iPhone TEN, TEN R, TEN S, and TEN S Max. Not ‘EX, EX-R, EX-S and EX-S Max’
Hate to be that guy, but the “X” in iPhone X has spoken aloud in the following way: “Ten.” … Apple pronounced it “iPhone 10” exclusively onstage at the launch event and in its promotional film. Also, Apple has been using the roman numeral X as a sneaky, edgy 10 for well over a decade.
The newest Apple phones this year is known as the iPhone XS and the iPhone XR. Apple insists that the “X” stands for the Roman numeral for 10. And the “S” stands for “speed,” at least in Apple lore. … According to Apple’s marketing chief, it has to do with sports cars.
So next time you see apple don’t call it X it’s not your EX dear its 10.
That’s all for today
Do visit to check about new words and digital things what connected with us.
My theme for A2Z-2020 is peeping into new words and gadgets/ apps that time traveled in our lives in the last decade
and became part of our lives beyond separation now.
Wanna peep into my 2019 X Tiffin post for tiffin treats…