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“We’ll erase you from cyberspace…”
“You’re making a very reasonable assumption about the world that happens to be wrong.”
“What conversations if any the FTC or Google had with the White House.”
“Sheepdog of the future.”
“…pilots will gradually be squeezed from the cockpit altogether.”
“It was a difficult piece of puppeteering.”
May the force be with you.
“It wouldn’t start.”
“The threats continue to evolve.”
“Intelligent Speed Limiter.”
“The Cruz campaign didn’t do anything wrong.”
“Parents could use it as a teaching tool with their kids.”
“We don’t have any evidence of a specific threats.”
It’s not able to detect who is holding it – just that someone is holding it.
Saudi Arabia, Syria and Iraq and then…
”So its very hard to target – you’d have to target all of them.”
You probably never knew this.
There appears to be a contradiction.
“I just don’t agree.”
“The most drastic, bold shift in strategy Nintendo could have undertaken.”
“They were putting some sort of directive.”
“Can they do this? It seems so unfair?”
“Why does the government have to get involved with so much of the process?”
“We don’t want to sound like kill-joys…”
“Enter the code and voila.”
“The only thing I know for sure is that I did nothing that would cause this.”
“We do not have adequate bandwidth capabilities to the car to support streaming video at this time.”
“I get it that when you own the house, you own the rules.”
“[I]t is unjust and simply wrong for anyone to withhold evidence that may lead to the answers.”
Yep. There’s an app for that, too.
“The idea that we give up that privacy simply because we use the U.S. mail is, I think, a silly idea.”
”It takes some space.”
“It’s just insane.”
Some might embarrass you.
“Every major car brand has committed to delivering CarPlay.”
“Suspicion-less seizure and searching.”
“[Canadian border agents can search] your cellphone, to your tablet, to your computer, pretty much anything you have.”
“You should take additional steps.”
“As technology adapts, criminals adapt.”
“A vision of autonomous driving in the future.”
“It looks a lot like they’re using Tolkien magic.”
CEO Tim Cook says you can do it all from your wrist with Apple Watch – for 18 hours a day.
“Hopefully we will be able to see each other here in five months.”
“We have no e-mails from that day.”
“We increasingly miss out on the important moments of our lives.”
But only from private industry.
“They know this is huge.”
“The whole thing struck me as naive.”
There may be something more sinister than whether Clintons use of a private email address impacts record keeping. Could that unprotectd email have been hacked by Russia?
“Who wins in the end?”
Billions in digital revenue
“The potential of this is huge.”
“Revolutionizing directed energy systems.”
“I think this rule has served me pretty well.”
Every second counts.
The European Union is set to weigh in.
“…we can free the brain from the limitations of the human body.”
A staple of 90s culture.
“I don’t think it could have been any more perfect, what do you think?”
“At this point, every issuer [bank] in Apple Pay has seen significant ongoing provisioning fraud…”
“An electronic marketplace may find it desirable to decrease the amount of warehouse or inventory storage space needed.”
“The negative impact on individuals who post sexually explicit content.”
“This helps to accelerate trans acceptance in our country.”
“It would make sense to entertain those discussions.”
“Rare and thrilling.”
“Monumental shift toward government control of the Internet.”
“We know that being connected is a protective factor.”
“It’ll connect right to your phone.”
“Um — ah, I confess it’s not my area…”
The real radicals are those who allow their children to be electronically sequestered and tethered to their little devices and thus never encountering the real world. Steve Jobs would agree.
“It is imperative that the order strikes the right balance.”
“Watching the evening news, it’s over.”
“Defacto ban on free activity.”
“I did not touch the gas or the brake until I got home.”
“The highway was shut down. There’s no wreckers here to help out.”
“This should be an urgent priority for all countries.”
“pretty much untraceable”
“… not unusual among the monks in Asia.”
“I can’t imagine life without you.”
“It can happen to any one of us at any time.”
“From the field of recognition of acoustic sources.”
“They’re watching everything.”
“The idea is to image someone when they are in a healthy state.”
“… raises myriad technological, policy and constitutional concerns.”
“…a demonization of big companies.”
“…a fiery end…”
“[B]efore the state likely starts implementing license plate scanners and starts sharing it with the Department of Justice.”
“I’m in love with cities I’ve never been to and people I’ve never met.”
“Those rules wouldn’t allow Prime Air to operate in the United States.”
“The only media they’re not in control of is the Internet.”
“There are products that we’re working on that no one knows about.”