I looked it up. There's no program or app called Ok Google. It's called Google Now. No wonder everyone's confused.
If you think someone checking their phone is an incosiderate knob then you're probably in a permanent foul mood.
If you bring up 1984 as an example, then you have to bring up U2.
No I don't. You can if you want though.
Home of the financially weary.
So you must be around four years old then.
A few neurons don't 'know' anything either. Neither do a dozen neurons. Tens of billions of neurons however... Anyway, you'll be the one looking like a complete tard in fifty years when AI is working well and is considered one of mankinds greatest achievements. (fusion power however will still be twenty years away)
And the people that wrote the app store apps can't possibly disregard the option that you set. Are you at all understanding this issue?
Apps are set to auto-update. App stores control those apps. If they want to replace Gmail with Big Brother v 1.0 they can do that in an instant.
My composter helped me wreck a nice beach.
There are a lot of phones set to auto-update. That's pretty much all there is to it at this point.
Pretty sure that both the iOS and Android systems can do this out of the box, they just have chosen not to. There's also the old Kindle deleting 1984 incident.
Exactly. This thing isn't navigating cramped harbors on a regular basis.
This won't happen in my lifetime.
Book are for grownups. A slate and a piece of chalk is all you need before your 18th birthday.
Yes, it's a good thing. You can't simultaneously use the evidence collected againts this guy but not allow the police to collect evidence this way in the future. The police knew it was illegal.