ypcx, 25 Jul 2020LOL, thank you for your great explanation of the concepts of unlocking a car without a key. ... moreI understand that you want seamless, quick, frustration free entry to your car and the delay by holding your phone near a specific area is indeed cumbersome requiring more perfection to be done but using your phone to unlock your car door is key-less entry and that's all I'm saying.
Real.Talk, 24 Jul 2020Are you serious?
Unlocking a car door solely with a phone IS key-less entry... - how can yo... moreLOL, thank you for your great explanation of the concepts of unlocking a car without a key.
probably you don't have a car so for you, having to take your phone out of your pocket and hold it in some exact position for a few seconds to unlock a car IS THE SAME as just opening the car door WITHOUT HAVING TO DO THAT.
the practical difference in usability of these two is that one of them is has friction AF, while the other is smooth. i'm not sure if i'm in kindergarten here or something.
so you can call that "key less" but then you are putting apples and oranges into the same basket - basically as Samsung pretending that Exynos and Snapdragon are "basically" the same SoC.
Anonymous, 23 Jul 2020Police officier: "may I see your ID please?" Phone battery empty... That's ... moreIn the UK it is necessary to keep your ID on you in public. Not even while driving a vehicle. So this ID store system is pointless in the democratic countries of the world.
ypcx, 24 Jul 2020Are you focusing on specific explanations of a term only so that you can win an argument? You ... moreAre you serious?
Unlocking a car door solely with a phone IS key-less entry... - how can you not see nor understand that even when Morsel gave you the definition of the term to complete the whole picture?
In regards to winning the argument, I have to break to you that he essentially did win it by stating facts you're not keen on seeing... Key-less entry is entry without any use or physical interaction of a physical object to gain entry...
However the range and delay of unlocking a car door by holding a phone near a specific area or length is a different problem altogether which you completely failed to recognize...
LamiaLove, 23 Jul 2020Well, it only takes seconds to light a candle. Why do you use electric light? People have used... moreAs i said in my comment: "I am surrounded by technology, and consume it as per necessity, but never become fully dependent on it. "
So i use electricity as per necessity, because it has been the common standard of living for over a century. I'm still not fully dependent on it though, as i often spend time in the wilderness as a hobby, and can survive in a situation where they may not be any electricity available.
AnonD-754814, 24 Jul 2020It's named key-less entry. Because one doesn't need to use the key to enter. Are you focusing on specific explanations of a term only so that you can win an argument? You know exactly what I meant. No need to win every time and at all costs.
AnonD-754814, 23 Jul 2020A digital car keys has so many advantages. When one person use car frequently the feature: key... morecar entry by phone isn't key-less - you have to hold the phone next to the door within the NFC range - very annoying compared to true keyless.
Whackcar, 23 Jul 2020You see, you've become so dependent on these devices that you moan about having to spend ... moreWell, it only takes seconds to light a candle. Why do you use electric light? People have used candles for centuries. Right?
Whackcar, 23 Jul 2020Technology is cool and all, but not everything needs to be digital. Basic everyday accessories... moreExactly, you can't fully trust digital world yet and as saying putting all eggs in one basket only brings problems if basket gets damaged
AnonD-754814, 23 Jul 2020A digital car keys has so many advantages. When one person use car frequently the feature: key... moreYou see, you've become so dependent on these devices that you moan about having to spend mere seconds to do simple tasks that humans have been doing for centuries. You've become entitled to unnecessary things & can't survive without them. I would never put myself in such a compromised position. I am surrounded by technology, and consume it as per necessity, but never become fully dependent on it. That puts me in a very convenient position if i were to find myself in unforeseen circumstance where i may not have access to these devices.
You save your seconds, I'll keep myself independent & adaptable. End of discussion.
jason, 23 Jul 2020in this day and age it is time that we can ditch our driving licence and passport, there is no... moreIn India already DigiLocker app allowed to link and download all your key IDs & documents that can be shown as legal verification IDs like driver license to cops, photo ID for domestic travel verification, even vehicle insurance and vehicle registration document. Also you can link your academic credentials from various sources that can be obtained and be linked. I have been using this for few years.
But this level of security at the hardware is not there since it is READ ONLY protected with two step verification or mobile biometrics.
Whackcar, 23 Jul 2020Technology is cool and all, but not everything needs to be digital. Basic everyday accessories... moreAlso think before giving stupid examples.
Credit card, debit card are digital actually, not analog.
A checkbook(including old credit/debit cards) are analog.
Credit-debit cards have a chip inside it which works electronically to link to the accounts which information these hold digitally.
May developed(including developing) countries have digital ID card/driving license too.