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Through its X Labs, Google has already logged more than 1.5 miles on its self-driving car platform, though industry watchers believe the internet search giant plans to license any technology gleaned from the project to a major automotive manufacturer. Musk agrees.
Sir_Turkey said:sog35 said:
What the FBI wanted Apple to do was a software hack. With software hacks you can access phones WITHOUT possession. And with a backdoor you can access MILLIONS of phones at the same time. In your home. IN your bedroom. That is what I'm afraid of.
charles1 said:I've been with AT&T years before the iPhone, and I bought an original iPhone the week it was released. They keep raising their prices for the same (or less) service. If AT&T doesn't lower their prices and become more competitive, my new iPhone 6s will be my last AT&T phone. I'd even be willing to give up my original iPhone grandfathered unlimited data plan.
bobschlob said:Sorry, but they are purposely throttling production. There is no parts shortage.
Cook is the best in the business at this. He knows exactly where he is, what he's got, and where he wants to go.
If they didn't want to sell this, they wouldn't have made it in the first place.
odysseus1923 said:Siri is useless, it doesn't understand simple tasks. I just tested it trying to send an email to myself and it failed to recognise or understand what I was saying in order to complete the request, Google's voice recognition system is miles ahead. Apple need to get of their lazy arse hand get on with it as this is becoming a major component of tech.
lordjohnwhorfin said:In other news, AT&T is still overpriced, and their coverage still sucks. Oh, and if you're grandfathered into one of their "unlimited" data plans and you think you're getting a deal, write down your usage patterns, do the math and compare with T-Mobile. You'll be horrified by how much you've been overpaying all these years for inferior service.
apple ][ said:9secondkox2 said:Isn't this the psycho that was trumping up Hilary?