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G3NO
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G3NO 2h
Replying to @chockenberry
I think they sold you a Metroid and you freaking cooked it!!
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G3NO 9h
Replying to @Cmdr_Hadfield
Awesome!! That is a cool one!
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G3NO 10h
It takes away the badge once you eat turkey!!
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G3NO 10h
Replying to @ishabazz
Happy Thanksgiving!!🦃
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G3NO 10h
Yea, don’t hold your breath for HomeKit support from . Not gonna happen!
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G3NO 10h
Replying to @Model3Owners
I’m getting one of these instead of the Roadster!!
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G3NO Nov 22
Replying to @zcichy
None of the executives like to play video games.
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G3NO Nov 21
I just think they knew they sucked and were behind at collecting data. So they decided to go Privacy route for smoke and mirrors on how far behind they are and two, market themselves differently from google.
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G3NO Nov 21
The only advantage they have are the amount of iOS devices churning out data. Even stunted with differential privacy (which is like having 1 billion gallons of water flowing thru a garden hose) is still a shitload of data. Then they’ll ease that back and it’ll be a firehouse…
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G3NO Nov 21
The differential privacy thing, I’ve always viewed as marketing aspect because they know they’re behind. Just as why Siri wasn’t highlighted on HomePod. They literally just started somewhat collecting data in iOS 8.x. They’ll get their info and it’ll be labeled “private”.
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G3NO Nov 21
I’m framing it around the current HomePod story floating around. Yes, Apple situation with AI is in stone ages just as they had a difficult time with the internet.
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G3NO Nov 21
Replying to @OhMDee @zcichy
Yes!! This is something I hope they are working on especially as Face ID comes to more devices.
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G3NO Nov 21
So in testing the HomePod, you have a bunch of engineers sitting around saying we could easily put Siri in this thing, but what makes it better than having Siri in your pocket or on your wrist. What the hell do we ask it to do everyday? The HomePod being behind thing is moot.
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G3NO Nov 21
Yes, they are behind in data and services! Big time. Maps are just getting to the point of being competitive. Some of this could be blamed on such a tight focus of past management on strictly hardware and integrated OS. There’s a pivot happening in some regards.
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G3NO Nov 21
I don’t think the assistant speakers are going to have a run as the level as smartphone. Setting timers and checking weather are biggest use case. That’s embarrassing. I think Apple concentrating on AR should be seen as the brighter road to take.
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G3NO Nov 21
Replying to @JeffBessling @ecobee
I have this same concern.
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G3NO Nov 21
Replying to @kifleswing @tim
Yes, in the millennial era everyone must be 31 before having any desire to work.
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G3NO Nov 21
Great points! And actually sounding good!
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G3NO Nov 21
Replying to @BenBajarin
They are making the same mistake as they did with watchOS 1.0 apps.
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G3NO Nov 20
Replying to @OhMDee
Yes, but he left looking for something different. Why would he go back after a short stint at Tesla.
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