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Google chairman Eric Schmidt photographed using Moto X in public

By Shawn Knight
Jul 12, 2013
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  1. What’s one of the best ways to build hype about a new smartphone ahead of its official announcement? According to Google, the answer is simple: have your company chairman use it in public and see how long it takes before...

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  2. Skidmarksdeluxe

    Skidmarksdeluxe TS Evangelist Posts: 3,420   +821

    I would've thought he would use an Apple phone.
     
  3. Love_America

    Love_America TS Rookie

    How cool is it when the elite class in America gets free advertising like this?

    The US Military (NSA) has required all Internet connected electronic device makers (Samsung, HTC, Apple, Google, Motorola MOTO X, Microsoft, GM, Chrysler, Ford, etc) to embed backdoor access in all software & hardware in those products to allow them (NSA) to monitor us instantly and easily (PC's, smartphones, OnStar System, tablets, xBox, Skype, Office 365, Skype, DropBox, laptops, PC's, cars, trucks, etc). Using this back door access the NSA now has the capability to store everything and anything about each of us (device audio, video, keyword searches, email content, web sites visited, contacts, GPS locations, etc) . They have your voice-print, and face image (for facial recognition). They (the NSA) have admitted they can turn on any of your devices at any time and use the microphones and/or cameras and convert all your conversations to text and store it forever.

    Wonder if the NSA listens in on his phone calls too?
     
  4. veLa

    veLa TS Booster Posts: 532   +88

    Looks a little bit thick but let's hope that it's because of a Razr Maxx sized battery.
     
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  5. Schmidt's handset has the perforated speaker grill on the left side of the camera while the leaked image (the black phone) shows the grill on the right side.
     
  6. gamoniac

    gamoniac TS Enthusiast Posts: 242   +55

    Wait a minute... That photo of Schmidt is so nicely posed, is very clear (DSLR quality), and has bokeh (blurred background). Hmm, are you sure Google didn't take this picture themselves?
     
  7. JC713

    JC713 TS Evangelist Posts: 7,080   +920

    Looks awesome. Too bad it is way too similar to the Droid DNA and HTC One.
     
  8. scorpionvenom

    scorpionvenom TS Rookie Posts: 20

    Ill be deleting my dropbox and transferring everything over to mega and microsoft can go to hell as far as im concerned
     
  9. Camikazi

    Camikazi TS Enthusiast Posts: 370   +70

    Just trading one government spying program for another, all countries capable of doing it already does and those incapable are working on it. Knowledge is power and all governments know this so spying on citizens has always been something they do now it is just getting easier to do it.
     


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