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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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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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Radio [itvt]: StoryTech's Brian Seth Hurst and Lori H. Schwartz on VR, Millennials and Plurals at TVOT 2015
Brian Seth Hurst and Lori H. Schwartz are co-founders of StoryTech, an agency dedicated to "informed collaboration between storytellers (including brands) and technology companies."
At TVOT 2015 in San Francisco next week (purchase your tickets here!), Schwartz will be moderating a panel that will explore how established media companies and brands are reinventing programming and advertising in order to reach Millennials and Plurals; while Hurst has organized, and will be moderating, the show's "Grand Finale" panel, "The Reality of Virtual Reality." (Note: Strawberries and champagne will be served during the Grand Finale panel; and StoryTech will be giving away an Oculus Samsung Gear VR via a raffle!)
In this recorded interview with [itvt] Editor-in-Chief, Tracy Swedlow, Schwartz and Hurst discuss their work at StoryTech, and cast light on the issues they plan to explore in their respective panels.