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    News - IDF 2010: Intel CTO reckons 'Big Brother' smartphones are around the corner

    Context-aware computing is the future, evidently.
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    Re: News - IDF 2010: Intel CTO reckons 'Big Brother' smartphones are around the corne

    Oh yay! I love the way the industry is talking openly and fondly of working towards a platform which violates our privacy, as if this is something consumers are yelling out in demand for. It's so encouraging to see the direction corporations are leading humanity into.
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    Re: News - IDF 2010: Intel CTO reckons 'Big Brother' smartphones are around the corne

    People go to IDF and get a badge that lets intel know everywhere they went while they were there.

    http://semiaccurate.com/2010/09/15/s...e-watches-you/

    Understand that the more you give a company like this, the bolder they get. Not just with business ethics, but with ethics, period.

    All of you people with intel inside need to take a long, long, hard look at what this company is all about.

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    Re: News - IDF 2010: Intel CTO reckons 'Big Brother' smartphones are around the corne

    Quote Originally Posted by Jimbo75 View Post
    All of you people with intel inside need to take a long, long, hard look at what this company is all about.


    Yep Big Brother is an Intel fanboi, he won't use AMD.

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    Re: News - IDF 2010: Intel CTO reckons 'Big Brother' smartphones are around the corne

    I'm telling ya, intel is one of those companies who will take a mile if you give them an inch. And before you say "all companies are the same", no they aren't.

    There are a lot of companies - a lot bigger than intel - who aren't doing this. Intel is so bold now because they've got away with everything illegal in the book, and continue to hoodwink their "fans" year after year.

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    Re: News - IDF 2010: Intel CTO reckons 'Big Brother' smartphones are around the corne

    http://www.engadget.com/2010/09/18/i...can-already-d/

    Idiots, thats what intel knows their buyers are.

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