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Topic # 154407 27-Oct-2014 10:06
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Car and house.

When?

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  Reply # 1162788 27-Oct-2014 10:21
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House already exists, the first main one to ship is August

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  Reply # 1162793 27-Oct-2014 10:24
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There are already a number of solutions out there for Android.

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  Reply # 1162905 27-Oct-2014 12:52
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While you are at it where's my hover car. Pffft never gonna get one in my life time.




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  Reply # 1162923 27-Oct-2014 12:59
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Homes more difficult, there are a million locks to buy

But new cars surely ...

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  Reply # 1162941 27-Oct-2014 13:27
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This has been around for about 10+ years



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  Reply # 1162977 27-Oct-2014 14:23
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johnr: This has been around for about 10+ years


I buy around 1 car a year, none of them come with anything like that :(

(ok I don't buy new cars but even new cars don't offer it)

I have no luck with installing things - everything I get installed fails my expectations so I never modify anything anymore.

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  Reply # 1163021 27-Oct-2014 15:49
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Or you could try this

http://www.stuff.co.nz/technology/digital-living/4467419/Man-attempts-keyless-life-with-implant


So far, Mr Wooller can open two doors to his house, start his motorbike and open his car's doors - all with just a swipe of his hand. The only problem is that he still needs a key to take the fuel cap off his motorbike




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  Reply # 1163026 27-Oct-2014 16:04
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Oh dear no thanks. An operation every service

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  Reply # 1163540 28-Oct-2014 13:21
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Since when were keys a problem that needed to be solved?

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  Reply # 1163550 28-Oct-2014 13:43
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ckc: Since when were keys a problem that needed to be solved?


because I want the thing that unlocks and starts my car to cost 1000, have a battery that lasts maybe a day and a half and can be very easily damaged.

Wait......



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  Reply # 1163615 28-Oct-2014 15:09
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if i were a car engineer, it would not cost $1000, it will be integrated (just like airplay), and a phone is supplementary to the keys, not exclusive.

why have a phone, hmm the battery life of a pone is a good point - never thought of that. 

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