The footage shows the maid gripping the balcony and crying, “Hold me, hold me,” but her Kuwaiti boss just replies, “Crazy, come,” before the woman’s hand slips and she falls, landing on a metal awning not far from the ground.Police have since arrested the employer for not lifting a finger to help, then posting the clip on social media, the AFP reports.
Banning pornography and other offensive materials from the i Phone App Store, Apple has tried to limit the smut available on its i Phone to what you can find on the Web.
But while apps featuring actual nudity are forbidden in i Tunes, apps with images of people in their underwear are fine by Apple.
But even though it’s shameless nostalgia, VHSCam actually executes its visual time machine with a serious attention to detail.
The omnipresent rolls in the tape are rendered perfectly.
The Ethiopian worker, who survived the fall with just a broken arm, claims she was fleeing someone trying to kill her inside the apartment in Kuwait.
“The lady put me in the bathroom and was about to kill me in the bathroom without anybody finding out, she would have thrown my body out like rubbish, so instead of staying there, I went to save myself and then I fell,” she said, according to local media reports.
“A really simple example of what we would like to do in the future is have the game modify its events to maximize the player’s heart rate (measured with an Apple Watch), the shakiness of the player’s hands (measured with the accelerometer), or the number of times the player is audibly startled (measured with the microphone).
In the far future, the dream is to measure, recognize, and respond to speech and facial expressions.”It’s Too Ambitious While the Night Terrors team includes talent who’ve released top selling apps (Tightwire and Geared), it’s hard to read the list of features that the developers are going after and not get a bit skeptical that they can pull it all off.
Even more troubling is the online community Brodsky uncovered, where men encourage other men to “stealth” their partners.
These perpetrators — both gay and straight — believe it’s a man’s right to “spread one’s seed.” “One of my goals with the article, and in proposing a new statute, is to provide a vocabulary and create ways for people to talk about what is a really common experience that just is too often dismissed as just ‘bad sex’ instead of ‘violence,'” Brodsky told the Huffington Post.
Plus, it’s the only app you’ll ever see with the setting “tilting device makes things worse”–a nod to the various video distortions you might get just from handling the camera recording to moving magnetic tape too roughly. On another, it’s actually a carefully developed emulator of a technology that the youngest generation of smartphone users will probably never use.