25 HEALTH BENEFITS OF A LEMON FRUIT:

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Lemon is one of those super foods with a myriad health and cosmetic benefits.

There are few people that are allergic to Lemon, so make sure that you are not allergic to this natural product, before you start enjoying the many benefits:

1. Lemon being a citrus fruit, fights against infection. It helps in production of WBC’s and antibodies in blood which attacks the invading microorganism and prevents infection.

2. Lemon is an antioxidant which deactivates the free radicals preventing many dangerous diseases like stroke, cardiovascular diseases and cancers.

3. Lemon lowers blood pressure and increases the levels of HDL (good cholesterol) .

4. Lemon is found to be anti-carcinogenic which lower the rates of colon, prostate, and breast cancer. They prevent faulty metabolism in the cell,which can predispose a cell to becoming carcinogenic. Also blocks the formation of nitrosamines in the gut.

5. Lemon juice can help your skin to glow.

6. A few drops of lemon juice in warm t water  are believed to clear the digestive system and purify liver as well.

7. The skin of lemon dried under the sun and then ground to make powder can be applied to the hair for a few minutes before bath which relieves head ache and cools the body.

8. Applying lemon juice to acne dries the existing ones and prevents you from getting more.

9. Lemon juice acts as a natural hair lightener and skin bleach which reduces the pigment melanin and prevents  the risk of chemical allergic reactions which is common with hair dyes and bleaches.

10. Lemon juice is given to relieve gingivitis, stormatitis, and inflammation of the tongue.

11. Lemon juice is given to prevent common cold.

12. Lemon juice is given to prevent or treat urinary tract infection and gonorrhea.

13. Lemon juice is applied to the sites of bites and stings of certain insects to relieve its poison and pain.

14. Lemon juice relieves colic pain and gastric problems.

15. Lemon juice soothes the dry skin when applied with little glycerin.

16. Lemon juice is used for marinating seafood or meat because it kills bacteria and other organisms present in them, thereby prevents many gastro-intestinal tract infections.

17. Lemon juice with a pinch of salt (warm) every morning lowers cholesterol levels and brings down your weight.

18. Lemon juice is the best drink to prevent dehydration and shock in case of diarrhea.

19. Lemon juice can also be used as a mouthwash. It removes plaque, whitens the teeth and strengthens the enamel.

20. A table spoon on thick lemon syrup everyday relieves asthma.

21. Lemon juice relieves chilblains and itchy skin.

22. Gargling lemon juice relieves throat infection and also used as a treatment for diphtheria.

23. Lemon juice is an excellent treatment for dandruff and greasy hair.

24. Lemon applied over the face removes wrinkles and keeps you young.

25. Lemon juice helps to prevent and cure osteoarthritis.

Hmmm wonderful right. My present to you all (because I love you all) take 1 big glass of warm water (4 glass is better)+ lemon (add honey if you like) first thing in the morning before brushing your teeth…wait 45 minutes before taking breakfast -this tip will make you lose weight, detox your system and heals many sicknesses…bless you all and keep sharing.

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Samsung Launches Galaxy J1 4G smartphone in India for Rs.9900.00

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Samsung’s J1 4G LTE
Smartphone now available for
Rs.9900.00
With rising crowd for mobile
companies such Micromax,
Karbonn and Xiaomi in
India; Samsung is facing a
tough competition in Indian
market. So Samsung India
Electronics has set all to
launch 4G-enabled Smartphone
in India under the Galaxy
brand -J1 4G starting
at Rs. 9,900.

Samsung in all has launched a
total of 3 4-G Smartphones
namely Galaxy Grand Prime 4G,
the Galaxy Core Prime 4G &
galaxy J1 4G. The company also
launched its slimmest Galaxy
handset — the Galaxy A7
starting at Rs 30,499.

The Galaxy J1 4G sports has a
4.3 inch display with 5MP rear
camera and 2 MP front-facing
camera. The camera has
innovative selfie features which
give more options and
flexibility to capture favourite
moments.

While Galaxy Grand Prime and
Core Prime feature a 5-inch
and a 4.5-inch screen
respectively. Both support a 5
MP rear camera.

The A7 Smartphone measures
about 6.3 mm in length with a
metal body and dual Sim
capability with full HD super
AMOLED display for better
colour view and greater clarity
including a “superior selfie
experience”.

The phone has 13 MP camera
and 5 MP front camera with
auto-selfie modes – palm and
voice selfie, 16 GB memory, 2G
RAM supported by 2,600 mAh
battery in Pearl white, Midnight
black and Champagne gold
colours with Qualcomm’s
Snapdragon Octacore processor.
The slimmest phone Galaxy A7
is available in India from
today, while the other three
Smartphones will be available
in the second week of March.
In order to catch up with the
losing grip on its market share
in the Smartphone market in
the country, Samsung is
upbeat on the LTE (Long Term
Evolution) technology and the
upcoming 4th generation
mobile services in India.(LTE
technology is a wireless
broadband technology designed
to support roaming Internet
access via cell phones and
handheld devices.)
Since last few years, the Korean
company is gradually losing its
share in India to in compare to
other domestic companies
operating in India like
Micromax, Lava, Karbonn as well
as global rivals like Motorola
and Xiaomi.

If we see the last December
2014 figure In India, Micromax
surpassed Samsung’s 20 per
cent market share with 22 per
cent share in Smartphone
shipments to India, which is
one of the world’s largest
market for handsets, according
to data by a research firm
Canalys. However, Samsung has
disputed this data.

Samsung India Electronics also
introduced an extensive range
of SUHD (Samsung Ultra High
Definition) TVs to set a new
standard in premium Ultra HD
content enhancing the “viewer
experience to new heights” in a
curve with 2.5 times brighter
and 64 times colour expression.

Among other products,
Samsung launched a smart
convertible refrigerator with
flexibility to convert the freezer
into a fridge and vice versa, a
single-user mode air
conditioner with less electricity
consumption, more durability
and enhanced operating
capacity and Samsung Activ
dual wash washing machines in
9 and 11 kg capacities with
built-in sink, magic dispenser
and less noisier.

“In 2015, we plan to introduce
path-breaking technology
across different categories of
products, which will enhance
consumer experience and
strengthen our position in the
market…As a company we are
committed to ‘Make for India’,”
HyunChil Hong, President and
CEO, Samsung India Electronics
said at the Samsung South-
west Asia Forum 2015.

He further said that “Consumer
demand is constantly shifting
towards devices offering multi-
tasking capabilities, 24X7 data
connectivity with increased
video consumption and real-
time mobility solutions which
enable global interactions.”
The Samsung’s J1 4G phone for
Rs.9900.00 is in direct
competition with Redmi Note 4
(Rs.9999.00) and Micromax Yu
Yureka 4G (Rs.8999.00). The
Yu Yureka wins the competition
hands down because of
superior configuration as well
the added advantage of
running on CyanogenMod OS.

Scientists develop prototype contact lens that lets users zoom in and out

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Magnify or reduce
according to your
eyesight with your
advanced prototype
contact lenses
In light of the importance of
science and technology (S&T)
in the world today, the
scientists and researchers are
working day and night to
make the world more
comfortable with their
advanced researches and
technologies. One such
project could change the way
we see forever, especially the
ones with eyesight issues.
What would you say, if you
had a contact lens which
would let you zoom in and
out as per your preference?
The scientists have done
exactly that!

Recently scientists had
developed new advanced
prototype of contact lenses
that could give the wearer a
more clear vision than earlier.
What’s more, the advanced
prototype will also the user to
zoom in and out with normal
and 3x magnification. The
lens so developed will prove a
boon to thousands of elderly
people suffering from vision
loss, both far and near
sighted.

The prototype lenses,
presented at the American
Association for the
Advancement of Science in
San Jose, California, contain
tiny aluminium telescopes
that would interact with a
pair of specially designed
glasses to allow you to toggle
between normal and ‘zoomed
in’ viewing.

The operating instructions
tell users to wink the right
eye to zoom in and the left
to zoom out.
The lens was first developed
by the US Defence
Advanced Research Projects
Agency as super-thin
cameras for aerial drones,
have been retooled as a
possible solution for those
with age-related macular
degeneration.

Macular degeneration
occurs when the light
receptors on the inner
surface of the eye are lost,
resulting in blurred central
vision. With one cannot be
able to read clearly making
it impossible to work.
Eric Tremblay, optical
engineer from the Swiss
Federal Institute of
Technology in Lausanne said
that the contact lenses has
more appealing for the
average person and also to
those related to Macular
degeneration.

Tremblay told the Daily Mail
that “At this point, it is still
research but we are very
hopeful it will eventually
become a real option for
people with age-related
macular degeneration.”
The recent prototypes are
rigid which allow light
through the centre of the
lenses, are bigger and
thicker than traditional
lenses.

However, before the lenses
can be rolled out
commercially, the scientists
are working on it to make it
lighter and breathable
enough for long-term user. 

Find out if the UK used NSA data to spy on you

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While it’s sadly likely that your
communications have passed
through an intelligence agency at
some point , it’s usually difficult
to know just who got your data.

However, you now have a rare
opportunity to find out. Thanks
to a ruling that the UK’s GCHQ
illegally spied on people using
NSA databases, advocacy group
Privacy International has posted
a simple web form that lets you
ask if you were caught in
Britain’s law-breaking dragnet —
and, as you might expect,
petition against mass
surveillance.

This won’t provide the most comprehensive results
(you should use the official form
if you’re really worried), but it
should still lead to GCHQ purging
the relevant records if there’s a
match. The only big problem?

The request is limited to the
past data covered by the ruling,
so there’s no guarantee that
you’re truly off the radar .

#KENYA :Honestly Who Killed GEORGE MUCHAI?

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On Saturday, Kenyans woke up to
the sad news that Kabete MP,
George Muchai, his driver and two bodyguards had been murdered in cold blood.

The former Trade Unionist was on his way home from a family
function at Galileo Lounge in
Westlands when he met his
untimely death. And as the myster surrounding Muchai’s death continues to unravel, top rated investigative reporter, Mohammed Ali, has come out to reveal the identity of those who may have killed him.
According to Moha, Muchai’s killer are well trained and their work is just to assassinate people for a good pay.

The fearless journalist alleges that Muchai’s killers are the same
people who have been killing
Imams and other suspected
members of Al Shabaab in
Mombasa.
“Those can’t be normal thugs. The
are professional killers, well
trained. Mombasa dose is now
being applied to Nairobians.
#kenyasdeathsquad. When pple
from Mombasa complained no one listened. They were all branded
names in the name of fighting terror. Its Nairobi now! Read one of his tweets.

Moha also claims that those
involved in the death of the vocal
legislator are former members of the police service who have now formed death-squads for hire as exposed by Al-Jazeera in the infamous expose dubbed, Inside Kenya’s Death Squads.

“Watch Aljazeera’s inside Kenya’s
death squad, KTN’s inside story Ca
the executioner then u will
understand” he tweeted.
From Moha’s sentiments, it seems that Muchai’s killers once served in the police force and they are used to commit such heinous crimes.

Twitter Acquires Niche, A Startup That Helps Advertisers Work With Social Media Celebrities

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EDITOR’S NOTE: Ambuli Victor Chienjo is a teacher of English at Shiswa High School and also a professional trainer in Drama particularly narratives, solo verses and also a director of stage plays.

Twitter just announced that it has
acquired social marketing startup
Niche . Founded by Rob Fishman and Darren Lachtman, Niche helps advertisers work with influencers on Vine and other platforms. (Random connection: Lachtman is the cousin of TechCrunch writer Josh Constine.) It pitches itself as a place where marketers can find “all the world’s creators, in one place.”

The company was first noted in 2013, after the company a small seed round from investors
including David Tisch (Box Group), Michael Kassan (MediaLink), Chris
Altchek (PolicyMic), Bryan Goldberg (Bleacher Report/Bustle), and John Alderman. It subsequently raised a $2.5 million Series A led by SoftTech. Fishman and Lachtman were interviewed , as well as Vine star Robby Ayala (who manages Niche’s strategic partnerships), on-stage at AOL over the summer, where Fishman explained that the company is “not a talent agency,”
but rather a technology provider
that connects with creators “on a
campaign-by-campaign basis.”

Niche offers free analytics to social media creators so they can see what is and isn’t working, while allowing brands to browse
leaderboards and collaborate with top creators on marketing
campaigns.

Twitter says it will be sharing more details about the integration between the companies soon, and in the meantime, it notes:

Niche has been a key partner
to both Twitter and Vine over
the last year. The company has
helped fuel the creator
economy by developing leading
technology, consisting of free,
cross-platform analytics, as well
as connecting the creative
community directly with the
world’s biggest brands.

Niche says it now works with more than 6,000 creators. Post-
acquisition acquisition, it plans to
“continue our commitment to
creators: more tools, more
platforms, and even more
opportunities to team up with the best advertisers in the world”
The financial terms were not
disclosed, but Recode is reporting
that the price was “at least $30million.”

UPDATE : ive heard from a source with knowledge of the financials
that with the retention package,
the price could reach $50 million

5G: Creativity Without Constraint Or A One-Size-Fits-All Future?

  

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EDITOR’S NOTE: Ambuli Victor Chienjo is a teacher of English at Shiswa High School and also a professional trainer in Drama particularly narratives, solo verses and also a director of stage plays.

The U.K. took the first significant
step toward 5G mobile rollout last month when Ofcom, the telecoms regulator, started
considering where it should fit on
the airwaves. We will all notice the difference in 2020, when 5G is due to go live, because its goal is to give the impression of “infinite
capacity” according to the
University of Surrey’s 5G innovation center . Its speed, at 3,000 times
faster than 4G, will mean having
mind-bending things like
holographic projections…wherever
we have reception.

Beyond the appetising hype that
sees us getting closer to the world portrayed in our favourite sci-fi films, 5G heralds a fundamental shift for designers of our digital experiences, and by extension what we experience as users. That is because 5G, alongside parallel developments that will supercharge wired capacity, will transform the devices we increasingly rely on into portals of theoretically unlimited and instantly accessible remote
processing power.

Amazon is already showing the way with its Silk browser, bringing us closer to an ‘ Amazonian future of
many screens and few processors ’.

The web browser decides which web pages to render locally and which to run remotely on Amazon’s EC2 servers for optimal performance
and ultimately the most fluid user experience. Google is also looking at making the mobile web feel native .

These early examples aside of the way things are going, the advent of 5G means digital design could head in one of two opposing directions. With less need to make technical limits dictate the pace of change it could be as open to influence and generate trends as fast as the fashion industry.

Alternatively, 5G has the potential to bring our experiences across
devices into line, capturing our
attention within one seamless
human machine interface. This
could lead to a more slowly
evolving future for digital design.
Creativity without Constraint
Digital designers and developers
have long worked within the
parameters set by device
processing power. Having limits can be productive , and until now, those pushing the limits as far as they can go to achieve novel results in graphical and interface design have been the ones to spark trends in that design. This process of striving to create tech-driven rarity, and with it desirability, has been called
“expensive design.”

By and large, the process is inward looking and not so concerned with taking inspiration from trends in the wider world, because of the focus on maximising what technology can do. Lacking a significant dialogue with the world outside digital design, its effect offline is correspondingly more
limited.

Microsoft arguably failed at
expensive design with the over-
ambitious introduction of
transparent elements in 2006’s
Vista that were so demanding on
system resources that they caused usability issues. The relentless march of Moore’s Law meant that transparency soon became technically easier to “afford” and a more widespread trend was born.

Apple, meanwhile, is the master at expensive design to a large extent because it has perfected the art of making software tailored for a controlled set of hardware and vice versa. In the mobile space, for example, it walks the line between system resources and design inspiration more adeptly than Google.

Being open to all, Google’s Android operating system means its designers can never be quite sure of the specifications it’s designing for. More frequent updates imply that devices will age more quickly.

With 5G and the access that it will
provide to massive remote
computational power on top of the
more predictable (yet still stellar)
trajectory envisaged by Moore’s
Law, imaginations will become
unfettered from technical
constraints.
We could expect to see an
explosion of creativity and a
broader field of prospective trend
setters, more free to draw
inspiration faster from wider social
and aesthetic trends and designs.
This will make life unsettling for
incumbents who are defined by
their mastery of expensive design.

Greater off and online interplay will
also provide an opportunity for the
most influential digital-experience
designers to reflect their ideas back
into offline environments. Already different sectors are trying to accommodate expectations that
people have developed through the design of digital experiences, e.g.
in offline automotive retail .

Finally, a note to recognise that the rollout of 5G will by no means be uniform across the globe and that Moore’s Law does not impact
everyone in the same way at the
same time because of telecoms
infrastructure and affordable
hardware reasons. For those
designers and developers who do
get inspired by technical
constraints, there will therefore be
no shortage of opportunities to
design solutions that push device
boundaries for the foreseeable
future. For the rest, unconstrained
creativity beckons.
Or a One-Size-Fits-All Future?
We already have device
convergence, whereby a mobile
phone now does what you once
needed a separate video recorder,
camera, telephone, GPS device,
pedometer, etc. to do. But there
are still gulfs between the
processing power of a tablet and a
smartwatch, or for that matter car
or TV, that create inconsistencies
between how you experience
products or services from the same
provider on different devices.

Tech companies are already
anticipating a future where
outsourcing processing power
creates opportunities for the
convergence of experiences .
Google’s vision for Android as a
unified platform across a broad
range of products rather than as a phone OS, for example, creates a common backbone for what will become inherently more interoperable devices sharing the
same degree of processing power. As a consumer, you will be able to apply the same intuitions to your
driving as mobile device
experiences. The logical conclusion is the creation of the first seamless human machine interface across all your interactions.

On the flip side, this world,
perhaps, creates a small number of all-encompassing walled
experiential gardens with captive
audiences, which only need to
evolve at their own pace.
In either future, device capabilities, per se, aren’t the priority, and the onus can and should shift to meeting user needs. The big
question is whether we want
novelty or seamlessly intuitive
experiences. I think we want both, and in a world of infinite capacity the tech companies that can design both intuitive and culturally resonant experiences will be rewarded. And those that can design holographic projections of course. I really want to see that.

Nokia Lumia 520 now available for just $29 on eBay

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The Nokia Lumia
520, which is the
most popular
Windows Phone
device out there,
is now available
for just $29 on eBay. This
translates into a discount of
around 70% given the device’s
original price of $99.99. The
online retailer is claiming that
close to 8,500 units of the
smartphone, which connects to
AT&T’s GoPhone pre-paid
service, have been sold, and
stock is limited. Specifications-
wise, the device is powered by
Qualcomm MSM8227 chipset
with a 1 GHz dual core
processor and Adreno 305 GPU,
and sports a 4 inch IPS LCD
capacitive touchscreen,
rendering 480 x 800 pixels
resolution. It comes with
512MB of RAM and 8GB of
internal memory (which can be
extended up to 64 GB via a
microSD card), and runs
Windows Phone 8.1. In terms of
camera, the Lumia 520 features
only a 5MP rear shooter, and
packs in a 1430 mAh battery.

Continued Resistance By Three Media Houses Reversing Digital Migration Gains

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Following the Supreme Court
ruling on Friday 13 that
directed that digital migration
takes place as scheduled by the
Communications Authority of
Kenya, the Authority moved fast
to implement the same by
issuing a statement calling on all
broadcasters that were still
broadcasting on analogue to
switch to digital broadcasting
latest midnight in compliance
with the ruling.

Predictably, Africa Digital
Networks representing KTN, NTV
and Citizen in a rejoinder
accused the Authority of
selectively applying the ruling on
the dispute. As a result, the
three aforementioned media
houses continue to broadcast on
analogue whereas other 8
broadcasters have already
complied and switched off their
analogue broadcasts as per the
phase 1 and 2 schedule.

In their defence, the three media
houses claim this action will
plunge 90% of the viewers into
darkness. This is misleading
given the fact that uptake of set
top boxes has been on the rise
since the Communication
Authority announced plans for
the phased analogue switch off.
Over 700,000 out of 1.2 million
households in Nairobi alone today
access digital television using
type approved set top boxes and
will therefore not be affected by
the analogue switch off.

The three media houses seem to
have exhausted their tactics to
further delay this transition,
initial arguments for their non-
compliance was based on cost of
set top boxes which have since
dropped considerably between
1,700 and 4,000 depending on the
model of choice. The three later
opted for a lengthy court process
that resulted in their award for a
self-provisioning license, they
now want more time to import
their own set top boxes!

These delay tactics have worked
against them as what the three
media houses are most afraid of
is a drop in viewership numbers
that attracts advertising revenue.
Instead of injecting this energy in
developing competitive content
that will retain their viewership
numbers, they are fighting to
retain the status quo as they
stare at increased competition
from new broadcasters who have
already started their operations
and their viewership is growing.
Reality will soon dawn on the
three seeing that digital
migration will open grounds for
increased number of broadcast
television stations and no
particular broadcaster will claim
to be more superior than the
other in terms of coverage since
the digital television signal will
be uniform across all
broadcasters, therefore, audience
reach will be based on interesting
content that Kenyans will deem
relevant to them.

The growth in number of
television channels will see the
broadcasters share the spoils as
only those that invest in premium
content will attract a high
number of viewership and
therefore claim advertising
revenue. With the successful
migration, more broadcasters will
invest in the sector and upset the
status quo and only the fittest
will remain relevant.
Current analogue coverage
against digital coverage
Interestingly, the current
analogue signal coverage is way
lower than the 70% digital
television signal coverage as
covered by the two signal
distributors Signet and PANG, it
has only taken the two just over
3 years to surpass the analogue
transmission coverage and 100%
coverage in the country will soon
be achieved as they continue to
expand to beat the 3 phase
analogue switch off set for 30
March 2015.

Migrating to digital will also
significantly lower the cost of
setting up a broadcast station.
Unlike before where an investor
would have to erect transmission
masts across the country, what
one requires during the digital
era is to sign up with either
Signet or PANG who have already
set up the masts and effectively
reach similar audience as the
traditional media players.

This is a significant step towards
creating employment
opportunities for Kenyans who
will work in the broadcast
stations as well as creating
demand for content that will be
required to air across these
channels. Content developers will
have booming business as local
drama, series, comedy shows and
music find a ready market that
will absorb the audience through
the respective stations.
It is therefore important that as
a country, we do not continue to
be held at ransom by the
interests of just a few players at
the expense of national
development. There are enough
affordable type approved set top
boxes in the country and
individual stakeholders in the
sector are ready to see a smooth
transition from analogue to
digital broadcasting.

SOURCE : #Techweez.

Google’s Voice Search Extension (beta) captures your query and some more and relays it back to Google

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Privacy Alert, it seems
Samsung SmartTV’s are not
the only spies lurking in our
homes and offices, Google’s
voice search features seems
to be another culprit.

Google has a voice search
feature “OK Google” in Google
Search page; Yes, just by
enabling “OK Google” and
“voicing your search” i.e
speaking it aloud, you can
easily get it on Google.

This is a hands free feature
and can be used for lot more
things than only searching
which includes getting
reminders and also
directions. User would need
microphone attached to their
gadgets. The feature is easily
activated on all the smart
phones, desktop, laptops.

User just needs to install the
Google Voice Search Hotword
(Beta) extension. To activate
this extension user needs to
add the “Google Voice
Search” from the Chrome
Web store; this is a free
service. Once this gets added
to the Google chrome user
needs to enable the “OK
Google” by going in the
settings. Now the microphone
starts capturing the sound of
the required search and
converts this to text and
sends it to Google; lo and
behold you get the answer to
your query. So far so good!
but wait there seems to be
an privacy issue.

The main hitch here is that
microphone would capture a
few seconds prior to actual
query and send the same to
Google. So if this sound
contains any personal or
sensitive information it will
not be able to distinguish
and it will send every sound
that it captured right from
the time the microphone has
been activated till the
deactivation of microphone.
If user wants a complete hands fr
then the microphone needs to be
activated always. However, it woul mean that all the sound that is
being generated by the user
including private and intimate
convos are being captured and se
to Google.

And if user deactivates the
microphone then user would still
needs to click a button for activati
the microphone prior to voicing th
search. Hence its still a question
to how feasible would this be
because its not yet clear as to ho
much data will be recorded prior to actual query, in case the microphone is always on “ON” mode.

The “OK Google” feature reminds
of Samsung Smart TV with the
feature of Voice instructions where the voice command gets converted text by some device installed with
the smart TV and this is sent to
third party to decode the text and obey the required command. Same
issue occurred here, sounds othe than the instructions would be
captured and sent to third party
which is actually irrelevant and al
may contain any sensitive or
personal information. Even disabling the Voice recognition feature would
not help as the device was smart
enough to recognize the voice
command. Besides, detaching the
Smart TV from wireless network
would mean it lost its original
purpose.

Having said that, Google’s new be
feature of “OK Google” with is very
useful for a user who has lost his/
her hands (amputee) due to some
unfortunate reason. The drawback
might just fade away because of t
advantages this feature has.

However if you are a privacy
conscious person, it always takes
that extra bit to be very careful.