A Microsoft patent application came to light this week revealing how they want to make personal computing a lot more 'cooler' for users in the future. This week Microsoft's cool new hybrid notebook called the 'Surface Book' comes to market and many will be jumping on Microsoft's first notebook that is being hailed by Engadget as the ultimate laptop. Yet Microsoft's latest invention is about a whole different kind of cool. One designed to keep users cool and as stress-free as possible by using a string of smart devices and peripherals designed to work in concert to specifically react to your stress levels being recorded on your PC. Does this sound like something the industry, and more particularly Apple should be adopting in the future or would this be taking the PC to a new level of intrusion and making it a little too personal for your liking? For more on this, you could read our Patently Mobile report that was posted earlier today.
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