Six3 introduces new video-sharing app

TheMightyP

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It's not April 1 is it? Cassette tapes, TV white space broadband and video sharing toppling text messaging?
 

Syphonx

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Total waste, no one is gonna bother with this, text is perfectly fine
 

KamikazeHamster

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Privacy cant match texting,so they are over hyping it IMO.

You're thinking of local privacy. Your provider and government can easily search through text messages. Videos must be watched individually, or at least be run through some program to determine the words spoken. You can always wear headphones when you receive a video.

Video > Text for privacy (for now).
 

falcon786

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You're thinking of local privacy. Your provider and government can easily search through text messages. Videos must be watched individually, or at least be run through some program to determine the words spoken. You can always wear headphones when you receive a video.

Video > Text for privacy (for now).

I'm not worried about the government I have nothing to hide and I dont think 98 % of normal citizens would be worried about that part either.
I mean like if you are in a meeting or busy talking to some one etc texting is alot more discrete than a video text will ever be.No need for a quiet environment either.
 
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