Here's Dr Carol Marcus played by Alice Eve in the upcoming Star Trek 2013 sequel movie. Remember when Eve said "It's a top-secret operation, it's like a war." Well feast your eyes on her now as she boldly struts her Starfleet stuff for us trekkies to drool over HaHa!
In this video Alice chats with Qualcomm's Chief techie Paul Jacobs about 'the hero making out,' cracking jokes while promoting Star Trek Into Darkness. Apparently the plan was to launch Star Treks mobile app and get fans excited about Paramount's latest tricorder gadget.
Cool if you own an Android device because these trekkie apps are free on Amazon. So now fans can access real world missions, giveaways, and get updates on their smartphone on Star Trek Into Darkness.
You can almost see Dr Carol Marcus's lovely green and blue eyes widening. Maybe Jacobs needs to be less scientific, so she mentions the billboard which was clever..
Star Trek's mobile app is powered by a Gimbal Platform which once translated means 'hive mind' giving humans the technology to analyse alien environments and adapt. I think thats why people love tricorders and smartphones, so much. Its because we're so clueless most of the time and its fun figuring stuff out. Don't you just love scanning for alien lifeforms? I bet you didn't know smartphones have sensors, I sure didn't. So where shall we begin?
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