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yojimbo007 said:rob53 said:I can't see facial recognition working consistently for very many people. I understand how it works but people wear sunglasses and other things that could affect the geometry of the face. I also can't see people holding their phone up to their face and hoping everything works. I thought Samsung's attempt at facial recognition was broken by a simple xerox of the users face. I hope Apple takes their time before they change so they make sure it works all the time and isn't susceptible to even advanced attempts at faking a face to get access. I know people say they're faked fingerprints but they're not as easy as it sounds.
> 70 percent of the monthly subscription fee, divided based on customer use How would this work? By downloads? Initial downloads? App usage?saltyzip said:MnMark said:A secure version of Android. That's funny!
Read this to educate ones self:
boltsfan17 said:With so many people using those annoying selfie sticks, the last thing we need is a selfie drone.
Simple profit taking by the biggest funds.Soli said:But can it charge under water? It's a fail if it can't. :moves_goalposts:
There are literally thousands of people on the interwebz complaining about being forcibly upgraded to Windows 10 ... and now they're going to charge for it? Deceptive wording on upgrade popup: http://www.smh.com.au/technology/technology-news/windows-10-here-it-comes-ready-or-not-20160329-gnsuw1.html Problems with upgrades bricking people's machines: http://www.forbes.com/sites/gordonkelly/2016/04/23/windows-10-updates-new-crashes/#51afad791039/ Is Microsoft now just going to bill you for the favor of upgrading you forcibly? Kind of like the police like to charge you with "resisting arrest" after they beat you up?
This sounds like it might be a carrier specific issue - why isn't that information part of this article/comments?