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Google Glass Gets Patch To Avoid Hacks
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moarsauce123
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moarsauce123,
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7/19/2013 | 11:31:41 AM
re: Google Glass Gets Patch To Avoid Hacks
I hate QR codes, they look ugly and you have no idea where they take you. As far as Google Glass goes, that would be my least concern. I like to know how quickly the NSA can access live feeds from Google Glasses. That's way cheaper and more intrusive than PTZ cameras all over the place.
Cara Latham
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Cara Latham,
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7/18/2013 | 12:35:09 PM
re: Google Glass Gets Patch To Avoid Hacks
This is why even with my smartphone, I hardly ever scan QR codes. How do people still fall for the "free cash" promise?
classicalduck
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classicalduck,
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7/17/2013 | 9:42:47 PM
re: Google Glass Gets Patch To Avoid Hacks
I'm waiting for someone to hack it to change the wake-up phrase from "OK Glass" to "Go Go Gadget."
TreeInMyCube
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TreeInMyCube,
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7/17/2013 | 8:34:07 PM
re: Google Glass Gets Patch To Avoid Hacks
It sounds more like an idea for a movie, "The Glance of Doom". Earnest young man, "No, Britney, don't look at it." "Look at what? This?" Screams ensue as her Glass projects an image of blood trickling down the lenses. LOL
Bart Riley
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Bart Riley,
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7/17/2013 | 5:03:46 PM
re: Google Glass Gets Patch To Avoid Hacks
The real question is....who cares? Glass is a joke for any real application, and early adopters know that there are risks. The 100 people that use Glass get hacked....not a serious impact on the world.


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