Is there such a thing as too many pixels? For the most part do any of us need really sharp clear pictures or is that lower quality image people post on facebook and forget about good enough. Why take a four meg picture if preservation and clarity isn't important?
If everyone has a great camera on their cell phone why don't we have quality pictures/movies of big foot, ghosts or UFOs yet?
I get pretty sick and tired of people asking "why don't we have clear pictures of UFOs" when anyone who's even tried to image a star could handily answer that question in a heartbeat.
I thought the problem was interplanetary space vessels are not visiting earth, you are saying it is a lighting issue?
Indeed, if one *could* get an accurate photo at night time, 99% of the time, the phenomenon could be explained. This is a self-biasing data set.
How much of the difference is not due to the phone hardware but the software that takes the picture ie stabilization, etc? Of course a "camera" today is probably the combination of both the software and the hardware.
I guess people could switch to using another camera app like opencamera which would throw in another variable.
You're making the illegal assumption that UFOs = aliens.
Instead of "UFOs" I prefer the World War II era phrase: "foo fighters"
As long as it costs a lot and wont work I am all for it.
I read today that,
Since Android 6.0 it's required to have GPS permissions in order to run Bluetooth
What is the connection between GPS and Bluetooth?
I am not sure if this came up in my YouTube recommended list or it was posted here. Who is the man named ᚼᛒ and how did Bluetooth get its name?
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Tomorrow I'm going on a trip to visit the technology labs for a company we do a lot of business with. Should be pretty cool. But...
To read the itinerary for the day's events, they required us to install an app on our smartphones.
WTF? There's no special functionality in this app. Just an agenda for the day and some directions to the place etc. Have they not heard of this wonderful thing called "web pages" ?
In a perfect world, there would be no apps.
They seem to be intent upon building a cohesive system of smart devices that all talk to each other, but the first product is a high-end Android smartphone.
It looks very slick.
Going forward, Essential's plan seems to be devices that are "your personal property" (no locked down anything, no forced bundles, all open source software), open ecosystem, premium materials, long hardware lifecycle, and simple.
This is where I usually include a smart-ass remark but I can't think of one right now.
>> "Be the first to reserve yours."
Who else is going to reserve mine?