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Only 205mAh battery, Apple watch can't possibly have a long enough battery life. Good luck with the $10K golden one only containing $2K worth of gold!
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256kbps (3G) speeds for roaming in those 120+ countries isn't appealing enough, Google should get it to speeds of (up to 4G LTE) in as many countries as possible. And the flat worldwide $10 per GB data pricing is OK and good, but I'd rather they adjust the price because for some data is cheaper in some countries compared to some other. So let's say perhaps the data is $10/GB in some countries but it may be cheaper in other and so they should mark it as cheaper there! For example data in Hong Kong, Taiwan, South Korea, UK, etc, I'm sure the data should be up to 4G LTE and cheaper per GB when roaming in those.

And obviously, they must support Project Fi on every Android phone, not only the Nexus 6. Make it an APK that supports Project Fi everywhere, not require some kind of hacked firmware or whatever it is that they are doing now.

Of course, people should be able to sign up instantly worldwide, not only for people living in the USA. Google needs to support Google Voice numbers not only in the USA, they should be hosting them from countries around the world. One user should be able to get several numbers around the world. There may be a monthly fee per unused number to make sure people use them.

I wish Google would collect WiFi passwords around the world, from Project Fi users who of course agree to share their passwords with Google, and in return, that should dramatically increase the number of WiFi hotspots that Project Fi users can connect to. And obviously that data usage when connected to WiFi should not be counted as part of the $10/GB but perhaps be counted much cheaper or even free. And the more you share your personal WiFi hotspots to Google, the more those get used by Project Fi users, the more discounts Google can give you. Google should reach out to a few million WiFi hotspots that require those useless browser "accept" or sign in/sign ups, such as airports, McDonalds and etc, they should integrate those so the browser sign in isn't needed but users may get a popup where they may have to agree to terms, or may have to agree to get one email from the provider or something else and if the user doesn't agree then they are redirected to the browser sign in or accept page.
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If most all would just quit there cell phone service then they would lower there price to get them to come back. Cost like $50 to all most $100 a month for cell phone service. I guess as long as people still pay it.
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$160 MT8732 Effire A7, MT8752 Effire A7 octa with LTE Russian company Effire showed their latest LTE smartphone Effire A7 at China Sourcing Fair. The smartphone is equipped with a 5" HD IPS display. It is based on a 64bit Quad-core MT6732 ARM Cortex-A53 with 2GB RAM. The smartphone supports LTE, Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n, Bluetooth 4.0, GPS. Battery 2500 mAh support fast charging and long operation time, days without recharging, or 8.5 hours of watching videos in HD quality. This Russian Smartphone company are looking for distributors to sell their mobile phones worldwide.
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$28 Rudu Smartwatch, Smart baby diaper detector and RF Internet of Things Rudu is a Smartwatch, Wearables and Internet of Things design house and factory in Shenzhen China. In this video Rudu shows some of their latest products and the prices for distributors to buy bulk.

You can contact Rudu here (thanks for letting them know you watched the video if you contact them):
Doris, Sales Manager
dorus.wu@rudu-int.com
Mobile: +86 13590413644
Lam, General Manager
Lam@rudu-int.com
Mobile: +86 13714315678
http://www.rudu-int.com
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$169 Asus C201 ARM Powered Chromebook with RK3288 Asus C201 is their new Rockchip RK3288 based ARM Chromebook to be sold at $169. With a nice keyboard and mousepad. The Asus Rockchip Chromebook is to be available imminently.
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$100 Pipo X7 Intel Mini PC Pipo shows their X7 TV Box which they say is getting a lot of traction at the moment, from people who want a cheap Intel x86 based desktop. It uses the Intel Atom Z3736F processor with 2GB RAM runs Windows 8.1. It is selling for about $100 in China as the retail price. The price exported to other countries may be a bit different. Pipo founder Ben Lai tried to do this project 15 years ago, but the hardware was too expensive costing more than $200-$300, now he says that the ecosystem is better for this product to become popular. They are considering to dual-boot Android or perhaps ship it running Chrome OS, as the Windows licence is about $25.

You can read more about it at http://pipo.com.cn/product.php?id=157
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Just sell it worth no os
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Android Wear is cool, now +Google should open it up to all hardware makers, Qualcomm S400 and MediaTek 2601 with and without the modem.
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$199 Allwinner Glass, better than Google Glass on Allwinner A33 quad-core ARM Cortex-A7 Allwinner launches their sub-$200 Google Glass platform based on their Allwinner A33 quad-core ARM Cortex-A7, designed by Taiwanese design house http://www.coretronic.com/, it integrates the same optical prism engine optics and design as Google Glass, takes 5 megapixel pictures and 720p video with its built-in camera, with a built-in touchpad on the side for navigation in Android, it builds in a 680mAh battery. Also comes with WiFi, BT4, GPS and classic sensors, it could also work with voice control (all depends on Android support). The $199 end consumer price that I write here in the title depends on what the distributors and the brands decide to sell it for, it depends on design house costs to production volume to brand who sells it to consumer's demand, the $199 price is me being enthusiastic and overly optimistic based on what I expect can be the demand, on what I expect some brand could decide to mass produce and sell large quantities for, based on what I know of the cost of Allwinner A33 (cheapest tablets sell below $30) and the expected cost of the microdisplay engine).

You can contact the design house for this Allwinner Google Glass here, thanks for letting them know you watched my video:
http://www.coretronic.com/en/company01.php

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Oneplus one was too cheap for them to make money so they delayed it a year before letting now people buy it, and now it's outdated. Great way to get all these media to hype up their brand, and pretty shitty for the consumer. What's the deal pre-loading Cyanogenmod instead of the vanilla Nexus style Android experience anyway? How can that possibly be stable?
Open Sales for the OnePlus One, Forever. April 20 2015 | by: Bradon. Friends,. This week marks a very special anniversary for OnePlus. Exactly one year ago this Thursday, April 23rd, we announced the OnePlus One to the world. Since then, we've been travelling down an exciting road; ...
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(Oh, and: a year since the announce, not since they started shipping.)
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$149 Haier Chromebook 11 Haier is launching their ARM Powered Haier Chromebook 11 to be shipping any day now at http://amzn.to/1yrxBY2 for shipping all over the USA with availability probably in all Chrome OS countries also imminently. The Haier RK3288 Chromebook 11 has a nice matte type of display, which may make it preferable for me over the Hisense and Asus one. But if matte or not is to be exclusive to this model or not, is to be confirmed. Again I would prefer a 13.3" matte RK3288 Chromebook with 4GB RAM and with at least 13 hours of battery life. To challenge my $199 Acer Chromebook 13!
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Rockchip RKNanoD ARM Cortex-M3 for IoT and high quality audio Rockchip releases their latest Internet of Things dual ARM Cortex-M3 design, where there is one core clocked at 150Mhz powering the embedded operating system and the other core clocked at 300Mhz to run any calculation functions with more performance. Thus balancing power consumption between the two configured ARM Cortex-M3 cores. It can be used for high-end audio devices with 24bit/192Khz lossless audio decoding.
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Governments buying Apple products for kids is just wrong. Let the private schools waste their money on ipads if they want. Public school kids should all be using much better value Chromebooks and if also a tablet then let it be a sub-$200 Android tablet! Though there isn't any sunlight readable tablet display good enough for kids learning I think. Unless you think them starring into a backlight for reading is a good thing for them.
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Just wish the 26 seats in theatre 2 were positioned about 1 meter higher cause we sit quite near the giant screen, can't they build a higher floor in there and lift all the chairs up higher?
Public - 3 months ago
reviewed 3 months ago
A ton of delicious healthy looking/tasting vegetarian-only food as an all-you-can-eat Buffet, I like the fake meats in nice sauce with fried rice, but there are tons of much more healthy Asian vegetarian things, and all the efforts you put into eating the healthy food, you can cancel by unlimited ice cream, cakes, chocolate covered fruits and soda if you want. The normal price per person is 770TWD, they close every day at 9PM.
Public - 10 months ago
reviewed 10 months ago
Simple. Get the Goat from Nisyros and the Elephant Eye for desert with a 1L mineral water. The waitress recommended me those and it was really delicious but it'll cost you 23.50€ without the tip (15€ Goat dish, 6€ Elephant Eye desert and 2.50€ 1L mineral water), which is a bit more than a 2.50€ chicken or pork Gyros from the street.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Absolutely amazing and delicious Peking Duck! Lamb, Pork and other dishes are also awesome here. I definitely want to go back there each time I'll be back in Shenzhen in the Shekou area.
Food: ExcellentDecor: Very GoodService: Very Good
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reviewed 2 years ago
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Delicious Graprao Gai and Geang Kiew Wan for ¥900 and O-43 Tomyam Gai Nung is also great for ¥580. One of the best Thai restaurants I have yet tried.
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reviewed a year ago
Try their Chicken Madras, portions are large, food is tasty and spicy.
Food: ExcellentDecor: GoodService: Very Good
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago