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So Now Your Phone Will "Hear" You All The Time? (Motorola Moto X)
| Karl Denninger
Posted on 08/01/2013 3:33:59 PM PDT by dynachrome
You want one of these?!
Motorola's new "Moto X" is said to be listening all the time for your commands.
All the time?
So you want your phone to be "active" all the time with the microphone up and running, scanning whatever is said in vicinity? And you trust this device to only do what you want it to do?
You've got to be kidding me.
"The phone is going to be listening all the time for my commands."
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TOPICS: Business/Economy; Chit/Chat; Conspiracy
KEYWORDS: benghazi; bigbrother; fastandfurious; impeachnow; irs; motorola; phone
What could go wrong with this?/s
I dare you to say Obama and death in the same sentence around it.
Or pressure cooker and backpack.
posted on 08/01/2013 3:37:30 PM PDT
(Fundamental transformation is destroying the USA.)
Just think what people’s pc/laptop cameras are recording 24/7.
posted on 08/01/2013 3:40:07 PM PDT
by Sirius Lee
(All that is required for evil to advance is for government to do "something")
One of the first things people should do with a new cellphone is benchmark it by knowing what their battery life is when powered on but making/receiving no calls versus when on a single long call.
Talktime battery life should be considerably less than battery standby time.
posted on 08/01/2013 5:29:43 PM PDT
Surveillance paid for by victims.
posted on 08/01/2013 7:47:11 PM PDT
by Leo Carpathian
I’d hate to have it in my pocket when someone nearby said, “Commence self-destruct sequence in 2 seconds”...
posted on 08/02/2013 3:14:49 AM PDT
(Where in the the hell has my country gone?)
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