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zewde yeraswork
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Re: Selfie phenomenon
zewde yeraswork   2/26/2014 9:17:10 AM
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The wrist remains the key to the wearables market. I suppose one can wear anything on the wrist, and its a natural place for all kinds of gadgets and gizmos to go. It'll be a while before we see companies moving away from making devices for the wrist.

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Selfie phenomenon
junko.yoshida   2/25/2014 10:04:22 PM
Well, I know I am being blunt here, but I don't think I am the only one who thinks selfies are for idiots.

When I heard Huawei executive talking Ad nauseam about what a great selfie photo the company's newest handset, Ascent Mate 2, can take at CES press conference, I rolled my eyes. First, I thought this might be Chinese thing, but then, quickly, I realized that this phenomenon is just about everywhere. It's global!

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