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Thanks for the effort!
no one cares.
5 days ago on YouTube users now upload 100 hours of video every minute 1 reply 5 recommends
I mean it is perfectly comparable in all those aspects to the current flagship crop of phones, making your statement absurd. It is a smartphone and does smartphone things very well. Is it the best at all of them… no, but it’s functional.
It will be relevant to everything the OP said in his original post. Will it be the best? No.
yeah what is it called?
completely and simply are definitely the wrong words to be using.
Someone still has to go out of their way to make any of this possible. Hacking the LED is possible is it probable?
Wearing sunglasses still doesn’t help negate the fact that your head would need to be directly pointing to the subject of your filming. And if they are far enough away that you don’t notice them they could be doing the exact same thing with a cellphone and get away with it.
If you want to protest for protests sake I guess no one can stop you. But there is nothing inherently privacy breaking about this product. You are reaching.
Will receive a lot of flack for this. But the Witcher 2 is overrated. It’s a good game but doesn’t come close to ME2.
ME2 is just a lot more fun anyway, you can jump right in and play without too much of a learning curve. The Witcher 2 will have a steep learning curve and even when you think you’ve learned enough there is probably more that you aren’t aware of yet.
You could also build an drone that’ll follow someone around for a day. You could also tape mirrors to your shoes.
What is your argument? That a creep will go out of his or her way to be a creep? I don’t see how this is relevant to the product at hand.
It’s in the HUD. It lights up when in use. Read the article. Don’t be that guy.
8 days ago on Google on Glass privacy: 'If I'm recording you, I have to stare at you' 1 reply 9 recommends
So… its readily and easily available to anyone who wants it.
Secondly Glass isn’t hiding behind the premise of being glasses it is clearly and recognizable for what it is.
HA HA HA HA…. good one. Welcome to 1990 where everyone has access to personal recorders and cameras.
8 days ago on Google on Glass privacy: 'If I'm recording you, I have to stare at you' 1 reply 15 recommends
Clearly didn’t read the article….
The HUD lights up when in use.
8 days ago on Google on Glass privacy: 'If I'm recording you, I have to stare at you' 2 replies 11 recommends
I want to build cars… So I guess gm Ford and BMW should allow me to setup shop in their production line so my barrier to entry wouldn’t be too severe.
Guess Boeing should do the same since I want to make planes too.
If a company wants to compete they need to take the risk. Not funnel their efforts through litigation and smear campaigns.
Yeah I think he knows what the conversation is about. Do you know that you are stating conjecture as fact? When has it been proven that Google is hamstringing competing services?