Or how about maybe an old-school low-power always-on grey-scale reflective LCD, sunlight readable - like digital watches have been using forever.
I sometimes wonder why they are putting high-end hardware in these watches when there isn't enough space for a large battery. This has 600mAH, not much for an Android phone. Something like the Nokia 100 can run for a month on 800mAH by omitting all the bells and whistles I think you would rarely use on a keyboard-less 1.54'' screen watch phone anyway, and just being a phone.
The Fifth Trumpet
â¦5And they were not permitted to kill anyone, but to torment for five months; and their torment was like the torment of a scorpion when it stings a man. 6And in those days men will seek death and will not find it; they will long to die, and death flees from them.
(I'm not particularly Christian, but find this interesting in the light of current questions of medical ethics)
LOL AC, no thanks, having too much fun.
It's funny. When I was in my 20's I wanted to live forever. Now, in my 40's, I sometimes wonder if it will ever end.
Streisand effect in play. (Or maybe Obi-Wan effect perhaps)
Given the Orwellian irony that London is the city with the most CCTV surveillance, I'm surprised that smartphone tracking is even an issue.
For the same reason you are paying taxes in general I guess, a form of altruism that keeps things civilized.
The Linux kernel would have bought it a beer, but it hasn't turned 21 yet.
Iit's irrelevant, Google is all about cloud computing, all the gruntwork would be happening elsewhere on a heavily compressed/uploaded copy of your data, much like their speech recognition on even the latest smartphones.
Wifi is just microwave radiation. We already 'see' microwave radiation, it is called 'radar'.
As a Brit, the stuff I read about the cops in the USA freaks me out, maybe because of the relative lack-of-guns here.
I read articles saying even your tax collectors are doing armed raids on houses, is this right? It seems like something from a Terry Gilliam film, nightmare-ish.
We should not have to tell organisations to think twice, before outsourcing vital services to companies who offer to work for free.
Nonsense. The Nokia 3310 is notoriously resilient, but its Achilles' Heel is that it's obsolete. Same applies to every other phone ever released, Gorilla Glass or not.
"You know what they do with engineers when they turn 40? They take them out and shoot them."