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As earlier reported by Paul Joseph Watson of Infowars.com, certain models of Samsung's newest "smart" TVs include terms of service language and privacy policies that contain a shocking new warning. Users personal conversations will be recorded by the TV if voice recognition features were enabled.
Techcrunch.com called further attention to this egregious privacy violation with an article likening Samsung's newest features to the omnipotent telescreens in George Orwell's novel, 1984.
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[itvt] is pleased to present an audio recording of a TVOT 2015 Grand Finale session, "The Reality of Virtual Reality." The session, which was organized and moderated by Brian Seth Hurst, Managing Partner of StoryTech, was described in the show brochure as follows:
"With the arrival of the Samsung Gear VR and Google Cardboard; with the holiday season promising the Valve/HTC Vive powered by SteamVR, to be followed by Oculus Rift in Q1 2016 and Sony's Morpheus by Q2; and with FOVE, billed as "The World's First Eye Tracking Virtual Reality Headset," seeing a highly successful Kickstarter campaign--it seems that VR, after years in the lab, has finally arrived.
Yet, while development is fast-moving, challenges remain for the industry. Now that the tools are being refined, what about the artistry of immersive, forward-moving narrative, the convergence of game and story, the responsibility for the safety of the consumer, and the business models? How are the game developers and Hollywood studios responding, and what are the true opportunities presented in entertainment, journalism, education, tourism, medicine and more? This session will bring together leading creatives and other key figures from the Virtual Reality space to discuss the current state of, and future prospects for, this rapidly emerging medium." Panelists included:
Shannon Gans, CEO, New Deal Studios
Arthur van Hoff, Founder and CTO, Jaunt
Brian Seth Hurst, Managing Partner, StoryTech (Moderator)
David Marlett, Founder, Cinemersia
Robert Nashak, COO Survios
Helen Situ, Virtual Reality Evangelist, NextVR
Brent Young, President and Creative Director, Super 78 Studios
Good evening fellow technologists!
I'm sure most you know about the September 9th event Apple is holding. This is an annual event where they will announce new hardware and software products. During this truncated show, I will discuss with you about how to handle the news tomorrow and I'll tell you if you should be saving your money. Check out my article on KS3Tech.com about how the media is causing more harm to the industry than helping it out. Thank you for your continued support!
Join us as we review the Galaxy Note 10.1 (MSRP $549) which is in our opnion Samsung's best tablet yet.
Not only has the 10.1 dramatically improved upon the style of previous Samsung tabs with a new faux-leather back that enhances grip, but it also boasts some of the best color performance we've seen from any tablet.
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Great Apple Afternoon.
Apple just finished their long keynote address where they announced major hardware products.
Let's cut to the chase.
iPad Pro, Apple TV, iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus, iPhone Upgrade Program, iOS 9, iCloud.
It's time to talk about the truth behind the announcement. What should you be excited about? What should you be reserved about? What should you buy?
If you have any question, call into the show at (347) 994-1867.
BOTH Hours: Ralph Bond. Author, Computer America Correspondent.
Ralph Bond is with Autodesk and he's here tonight as one of our Computer America Correspondents. Ralph finds technology items that will blow you away and tonight is no exception!
Tonight's Topics include: Robotic step training and noninvasive spinal stimulation enable patient to take thousands of steps, NASA-funded research has created a material that could self-heal in seconds, a Samsung Safety Truck uses huge display to allow safe overtakes, an artificial leaf that harnesses sunlight for efficient fuel production, a drone for beginners, the thrid generation of Nest thermostats have arrived, a wireless stick that's a 128GB file server and so much more!
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