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Bitcoin Price Will Reach $500,000 Realistically: Snapchat’s First Investor

Jeremy Liew, the first investor in Snap Inc., the $24.5 bln parent company of popular social media platform Snapchat, said in an interview with Business Insider that Bitcoin price can realistically reach $500,000 by 2030.

Since its introduction in 2009, with the exception of one year, Bitcoin has consistently been the world’s best-performing currency and asset.

Contrary to the perception of Bitcoin by the general consumer base, Bitcoin’s volatility rate has significantly decreased over the past few years and has transformed into a stable store of value, digital gold and settlement network.

Bitcoin as remittance and settlement network
Bitcoin is currently being utilized globally as a means of payment and efficient remittance method. In fact, as reported by Cointelegraph in February, the Philippines officially recognized Bitcoin as a legitimate remittance and payment method.

Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP), the country’s central bank, stated in its Circular No.944:

“Rather, the BSP aims to regulate VCs when used for delivery of financial services, particularly, for payments and remittances, which have a material impact on anti-money laundering (AML) and combating the financing of terrorism (CFT), consumer protection and financial stability.”

According to Liew and Blockchain CEO Peter Smith, the transportability and high liquidity of Bitcoin allow the digital currency to operate as a practical remittance method for the general consumer base. In that regard, Liew explained that Bitcoin is appealing to mainstream investors and users as a strong investment and reliable digital currency.

Liew and Smith noted:

"Expats sending money home have found in Bitcoin an inexpensive alternative, and we assume that the percentage of Bitcoin-based remittances will sharply increase with greater Bitcoin awareness. We believe Bitcoin awareness, high liquidity, ease of transport and continued market outperformance as geopolitical risks mount, will make Bitcoin a strong contender for investment at a consumer and investor level.”

Bitcoin’s distinctive applications are enabling the currency to grow at an explosive rate. Some are utilizing Bitcoin as a wealth management tool, while others are relying on Bitcoin to send and receive payments, to profit in the long run, and settle transactions with low fees and shorter confirmation periods in contrast to bank transfers.

In consideration of Bitcoin’s exponential growth, its limited supply, scarcity and rarity, Liew explained that it is highly likely for Bitcoin price to reach $500,000 as its user base reaches 400 mln. Currently, there exist approximately 20 mln Bitcoin wallets provided by service providers such as Blockchain and Coinbase. Liew expects the user base of Bitcoin to grow by 20 times in the next 13 years.

“Bitcoin's 2030 price and user count total $500,000 and 400 million, respectively. The price is found by taking the $10 trillion market cap and dividing it by the fixed supply of 20 million bitcoin,” a section of the presentation provided by Liew and Smith read.

Why the SEC ruling wasn’t surprising for Liew and Smith
For Liew and Smith, the denial of the Winklevoss twins’ Bitcoin ETF COIN was somewhat expected, primarily due to the inefficiency of the SEC when it comes to the approval of new markets and assets. However, Liew also noted that Bitcoin does not need a strictly regulated channel in order to appeal to a large group of investors.

The Bitcoin exchange market itself provides a high level of liquidity for traders. Thus, it is relatively easy for an average trader to purchase and sell Bitcoin on regulated platforms.

He told Business Insider:

"The SEC’s ruling wasn't a surprise to us. We know that getting this sort of approval is going to take (a potentially long) time. In the meantime, bitcoin is already simple to buy and hold and, as the asset continues to mature, we'll continue to see an increase in the development and deployment of surrounding products."

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Google’s New Free Software To Speed Up The Internet

Paul Monckton ,   CONTRIBUTOR
I write about photography and related subjects.  

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The common JPEG could be about to get a lot smaller thanks to Google’s new software. This could lead not only to a faster Web, but also to direct savings on storage costs for everyone from hosting services to hobbyist photographers and especially smartphone users on metered connections.

20×24 pixel zoomed areas from a picture of a cat’s eye. Uncompressed original on the left. Guetzli (on the right) shows less ringing artefacts than libjpeg (middle) without requiring a larger file size. Google Research Blog
20×24 pixel zoomed areas from a picture of a cat’s eye. Uncompressed original on the left. Guetzli (on the right)
shows less ringing artefacts than libjpeg (middle) without requiring a larger file size.

Back in 2014, I wrote about BGP, a new file format purported to deliver equivalent quality to JPEG but with much smaller file sizes. The purposes of BPG is ‘to replace the JPEG image format when quality or file size is an issue’.

Fast forward to 2017 and BGP has obviously failed to achieve its stated purpose, with the humble JPEG still firmly entrenched as the file format of choice for the vast majority of users.

However a new, and free to use, compression technology from Google now hopes to revolutionise the JPEG where BGP has failed. Announced earlier this month, Guetzli is a new open source algorithm which creates JPEG files 35% smaller than typical current methods.

What sets Guetzli apart

The crucial difference between Guetzli and BGP is that the latter requires new code to be written before it can be read. Standard browsers and image software would simply fail to read the files without specific support for the format.

Guetzli, on the other hand, continues to use the established JPEG format. So, all software which can currently read standard JPEGs will also be able to read Guetzli JPEGs without modification.

There’s some crossover, in terms of the final outcome at least, with Google’s RAISR technology, announced at the end of last year, which can blow up small images into much larger versions with significantly higher quality than was previously possible.

Both Geutzli and RAISR can cut down significantly on the required size of image files, albeit in rather different ways. There’s also no reason why the two technologies can’t be used together.

How does it work?

The Guetzli encoder works by increasing the level of compression while creating the JPEGs, leaving the standard decompression algorithms for reading and displaying the images unchanged. The increase in compression comes from a new and more sophisticated model of human colour perception than is used by current JPEG encoders.

This results in higher quality images at a reduced file size, but also comes with a tradeoff in speed. Google’s engineers say that Guetzli is currently significantly slower than a standard JPEG encoder. Users of the current Windows version are reporting conversion times of several minutes for a single large JPEG.

Guetzli is potentially great news for anyone who stores or displays JPEG images as the time taken to download and the space needed to store them is significantly reduced. However, there are other options for those who want to create smaller JPEGs.

One such option is JPEGmini which claims even bigger file size reductions than Guetzli, up to 80%, with no loss in perceived quality. The big difference here though is that JPEGmini is a commercial product with prices ranging from $29 for the basic Home User option, up to $199 per month for those wishing to use it on Web servers and large photo repositories.

At the moment, JPEGmini is still a good option for everyday use as it is a polished end-user product, complete with plugins for Adobe Lightroom and Photoshop. However, a free algorithm such as Guetzli, once the speed issues are addressed, will most definitely pose threat to paid-for products like JPEGmini which hope to charge for exactly the same final result.

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How Toyota is Teaching Cars to Drive

From Google to Tesla, companies around the world are working on developing driverless cars. Manufacturers have had various degrees of success thus far, but the overall progress has been good, and many experts predict driverless cars to be widespread on the road within the next decade. One car manufacturer is taking matters into its own hands to develop the best driverless technology on the market—here’s how Toyota is teaching its cars to drive.

The initiative started in January 2016 with the creation of the Toyota Research Institute (TRI), the company’s $1 billion investment in developing artificial intelligence for driverless cars and home-care robots. Because the institute is still relatively new, its main focus is currently on research and development; a large push right now is to collect a variety of data from vehicles, including from sensors, cameras, radars, and LIDAR. The eventual goal is to create effective driverless technology that will work in all Toyotas, as well as other brands of cars.

Once it fully understands the data from the car, TRI will combine it with data from outside the vehicle, including mapping roads and traffic patterns. The goal is to eventually get driverless technology to the same level of humans where it doesn’t necessarily rely completely on maps but instead uses perception to see where it is and where the obstacles and difficulties lie ahead, but that likely won’t occur until sensor systems are stronger and more reliable.

One of TRI’s more unique tactics is to learn from drivers and apply that data and learning to driverless technology. Machines are trained by example rather than by rules, so safe driverless cars need to learn from examples, such as human drivers. Toyota does this in part by having humans label various driving videos feeds to identify safety threats such as a bike in the road, an oncoming car, or a pedestrian. It can then take that human-created data and run it through a machine with numerous other scenarios so the technology can adopt those human-like obstacle identification skills. The end result is a model that can identify objects on a video in real time, very similar to how a human would do it. Because Toyota is an international company that has cars all over the world, it also needs to be able to create driverless models that fit in anywhere in the world. How you drive in Manhattan is different than how you drive in the suburbs of Minneapolis, so the model takes into account human driver characteristics and trends to create profiles of sorts for various locations.

Like most other car companies, Toyota already sells cars with driverless features, including driver-assistance technologies like lane assist and rear-view cameras that are available in many cars including the Toyota RAV4 Hybrid. According to leaders at TRI, cars will likely continue to get safer and more automated incrementally until fully autonomous cars are ready to hit the open road, with autonomous features starting with the most dangerous areas and working forward. It is much more likely that safety regulators and human drivers will accept a car with multiple driver-assistance technologies that are proven safe over a fully driverless car that isn’t as proven.

TRI is definitely making progress in the driverless space, but the work isn’t without its challenges. Dealing with such large amounts of data from car sensors, road maps, and driver research can be an incredibly large undertaking, especially when the data is constantly being updated and upgraded with new technology.

What’s next for driverless technology at Toyota? Continued research and a huge push towards simulation. In order to prove safety and continue development, the company will have to spend hundreds of hours and millions of miles testing its technology. Simulations allow researchers to isolate various dangerous conditions and make sure the car performs well in those scenarios, instead of simply testing the car on hundreds of miles of flat roads on sunny days. The company also plans to continue developing its technology as new research and data becomes available. Because driverless technology is constantly changing, the work is never really done.

We could be riding around in driverless cars before we know it. And thanks to the work being done at TRI, there’s a greater chance that those driverless cars just might be Toyote
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5 Brilliant Marketing Tricks

Article from Blog Freedom

The Basic rule in marketing and advertising is get to know your prospect by asking questions and listen much more than we talk. Find out what they do, what their goals are, and why they haven’t been able to reach those goals yet. Try to uncover their biggest problems and desires and understand what they think they need.

Yet, to do this we first need a Prospecting List. It’s easy to fall into a rut with online marketing. You post on Twitter or Linkedin, you send out email newsletters. Rinse and repeat. You’d like to do more on social media but you can’t justify spending hours on it every day. If that sounds like your marketing strategy, read on.

Below you’ll find a few innovative shortcuts for promoting your company. They’ve worked for others so they might work for you.

1. Go ballistic with content aggregators.
Content is king, but most of us are not royalty. Jeff Shjarback, an Internet Marketing Consultant, says every company should spend more time using content aggregators but most don’t put in the effort. He says the best approach is to write a blog post or other content, then re-publish it on multiple services–the more you post, the more the content will propagate. Here are a few to get you started: Bizsugar.com, inbound.org, scoop.it, technorati, topsy.com, digitaldoughnut.com, and justretweet.com.  For example, I own Kalatu, yet I cut and paste my content on many other sites with my links inside. Bebee is where I love to post my professional articles.  I also write about gaming, movies, food, and more.  These go to their own communities.  Make one article become twenty.

2.Post on Quora, get major media attention.
Quora is a well-known Web portal for offering your expertise. An article on Linkedin told me about an interesting tactic. It read of companies who post longer, well-written replies on Quora in hopes of getting major media attention. One example: Someone posted some tips on spying and the “article” was re-printed by Forbes. Another way to go about it: You can also post advice on Klout, then watch as your content (and company links) show up in Bing search results.

3. Follow the cascade of influence.
Everyone knows this social marketing trick: Follow the influencers. When you tweet what they say and form a relationship, they often will return the favor. Laura K. Kinoshita, the President and Client Services Director at SEO company Kinoshita Communications recommends going much further: Connect with five to 10 influencers of the influencers. She uses Nimble and Spokeo to find info about the upper echelon. She suggests finding out through social nets when they will be at a conference and make sure you are there, ready to start pitching in person. Be careful with this one: If not done well, the creepiness factor is high.

4. Offer your help, then sell your product.
Here’s an interesting tactic that will require some legwork. I suggest that you connect with those who run curated sites in your market segment. For example, if you sell a dog collar, you might look for sites that provide content about pets. But the trick is a little more subtle. You start by looking for broken links using a tool like Xenu Link Sleuth. You then offer to help fix the broken links and mention that you also sell a related product. The “helping hands” approach can form the initial relationship, but again, subtlety is key here.

5. Load up on content, get pageviews.
I love this trick because it is so aggressive. Alex Genadinik started a company called Comehike.com a few years ago. He was struggling to increase pageviews, so he decided to load up 250,000 articles related to hiking from public databases. He auto-generated the content with SEO-friendly links like “how to hike in San Francisco” and waited. The site grew quickly from that point on, due to how Google analyzes content on a site.  I have been blogging for over two years, and so I have a ton of daily new views.  This trick may speed it up.  I have not yet tried this. It was what I read on that Linkedin article.

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Enrolled in the coolest social network of the moment

'Welcome to bebee !!

GETTING STARTED

– If you are reading this article you're probably already enrolled in the coolest social network of the moment . Otherwise we leave you a guide with 4 Easy Steps on How to register in bebee . 

Even if you have your profile created a few months ago, it should be taken as current as possible and comes well to brush occasionally. So stop by the section  Completing your profile bebee so you take advantage of all possible options bebee offer.

– If one of your intentions on the platform is finding a job , remember that the more data you offer companies more likely you are to be selected. So you us please Upload your CV to your profile bebee and so when you apply to be a candidate in an offer, the company can download it .

– And if you want to expand your network of contacts , give an overview of the tutorial How to find like – minded people in bebee . You can follow bees as many users as you want by filtering search results to find people who share your interests.

'Welcome to bebee !!

CONTENTS

One of the basic philosophies of bebee is share relevant content and classify it in the corresponding thematic hives. We are looking forward to reading your articles so get to work!

Producer publishing platform is very simple and intuitive to use . If you want to hang a picture, a link or a text, in this article from our hiveBlog you will find how to do to get the most out of your publications.

You leave a Producer published by our beloved Global Ambassador John White  in which he tells Improving the reach of our ringing in bebee . 'Very good advice John !!

Note that in bebee from the first minute, even with 0 followers, your posts will have hundreds and even thousands of views to be shared in hives affinity corresponding depending on the content.

'Welcome to bebee !!

 TO CONTINUE

As says Juanma Romero , one of our users, if you are not visible do not exist . So take advantage of all the possibilities that the network offers to spread your content. Objective: visibility, visibility, visibility .

And it also lean on other social networks. 

If you have a profile on Twitter, do not miss the article Adding your Twitter account to your profile bebee (original post from John White , thanks again John!) Where you will also find the great advantage of having your two profiles, Twitter and bebee related.

'Welcome to bebee !!

5BE AMBASSADOR bebee!

You may already know, and if I do I'll tell you right now that bebee is carrying out a program for which it will distribute shares of the network among its most active users as well as those that help them grow and become a global social network.

Article How to Be Ambassador bebee will find the 4 main requirements to join the Ambassadors program, and if you dare to tell us about it HERE your proposal.

'Welcome to bebee !!

In closing I leave the link to the bebee Guide on the hiveBlog , where you will find more relevant information about the use of the platform. Join NOW!!  https://www.bebee.com/bee/franklin-coetzee

'Enjoy the experience bebee !!

Be Professional. Personal Be. Be Successful. 

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9 Free Business Productivity Tools For Startups

Starting a business can be a daunting endeavor, especially if all you have is a cool product and not enough capital. In the tech world, or in any other niche for that matter, most startuppers fail not because they have bad products but because they are unable to generate enough consumer interest in their products. 

Considering overheads and other back-office expenses, this scenario doesn’t come as a surprise. So if you’re still starting out and find yourself strapped for much needed funding to keep your startup afloat, the following free business productivity tools are worth checking out.

9 Free Business Productivity Tools For Startups

# 1. Bitrix24.com

If you need a collaboration tool your staff are most likely to adopt with relative ease and minimum training, take the social intranet route.

Bitrix24.com is the fastest growing social intranet that’s free for businesses with 12 employees or less. The application comes as a combination of several different work tools like CRM, project management, real-time streaming, activity planner, file sharing, to name just a few. As it is cloud-based, access can be anywhere, whether using your computer or smartphone. An upgrade to unlimited users starts at $99 per month.

# 2. GotFreeFax.com

In this era of e-mail and instant messaging, you’d think fax machines are no longer relevant. But if a LinkedIn survey as reported by Mashable is to be believed, fax machines are still in until 2017 steps in.

As you might have already guessed from the site’s name, GotFreeFax.com is an online service that allows you to send up to three pages of fax for free (maximum of two faxes per day) to any number in the United States or Canada. The site also offers premium pay-per-fax service should you need to send more.

# 3. RememberTheMilk.com

RememberTheMilk.com is an online productivity tool that assists in task and time management. Remember The Milk essentially functions as your all-in-one task manager, electronic calendar and to-do list. Aside from allowing you to share and split tasks with other people, the application can be integrated with GMail, too.

The pro account is priced at $25 for one year and comes with exclusive mobile app features and Microsoft Outlook integration.

# 4. Kolab.org

Kolab.org is an open-source group collaboration server that allows for sharing of notes, e-mail access, calendar organization, task management, address book maintenance, news aggregation, phone sync and journal integration. Kolab is secure, scalable, reliable, mobile and professional, ensuring productivity every step of the way. As a whole, the application requires some getting used to. But once you get the hang of it, the hassle can be all worth it.

# 5. WaveApps.com

Formerly WaveAccounting.com, WaveApps.com is an accounting software that’s fast, simple and easy to use, offering unlimited invoicing and expense tracking. 100% free for small businesses with nine employees or less, it’s accountant-approved and specifically designed for non-accountants. You can also securely connect your bank and PayPal accounts or other sources of data, and your transactions are automatically imported into the accounting software.

# 6. PRLog.org

To make your business presence known, one surefire route to take is through the distribution of press releases. PRLog.org is a site where you can dispense press releases for free. And if you feel you don’t have the necessary expertise to create a killer press release, the site provides instructions on how to write one, even how to embed videos where necessary.

# 7. Weebly.com

One cardinal business rule is that businesses should have their own websites to boost their market presence online. Weebly.com is a free website creator that doesn’t require website creation expertise. Until you’re ready to go for more complex and/or self-hosted sites that would require monthly or yearly payments, Weebly.com is a good alternative.

# 8. Join.me

For those meetings or web conferences on the fly, Join.me is a simple-to-use teleconferencing application that allows you to review documents and designs, train staff, do product demonstrations – basically to get everyone apprised of company updates. You can do transatlantic web conferences and presentations, too.

# 9. IFTTT.com

IFTTT.com, which is short for “if this, then that,” functions like a computer program repeatedly uttering if/then logic all day long. With IFTTT, you set up “recipes” to assist you with task automation. For a recipe to work, you have to have a channel, a trigger and an action. Examples of channels are Facebook, e-mail, Evernote, LinkedIn, just to mention a few.

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ZTE wants you to design its next product with Project CSX

What will the next greatest mobile product be?”

It’s the question on every tech lover’s lips, and up-and-coming Chinese company ZTE wants to answer that question in a highly unusual way. The company is crowdsourcing ideas for its next mobile project from the internet and has committed to building and selling that product once a winner has been chosen.

ZTE’s Vice President of Technology Planning and Partnerships Jeff Yee is the core driving force behind Project CSX, ZTE’s mission to give the mobile-buying public what they want by asking them to formulate a product idea, and then design it from the ground up. CSX stands for Crowd Sourced X, and the X symbolises the mystery behind the final product, which will be decided by a competition. Once the votes have been cast and the winner selected, ZTE will build and sell the winning product.

That’s right. If you’ve got an idea for a mobile product that’s feasible right now — not one with three processors, a roll-up screen, and five-month battery life — here’s your chance to tell a company that not only wants to listen, but will actually make the device if it’s good enough and technically feasible. It’s Kickstarter without the risk, and the opportunity to genuinely influence the direction of a mobile company, and potentially the industry itself. Really.

This is how a new product usually comes to life: ZTE gets an idea, designers come up with mockups that are agreed on, and the device goes into production for consumers to buy. Project CSX turns this on its head. “No company has flipped the process before,” said Yee, continuing, “Now it’s customers coming up with the idea, and engineers will work with them on design.”

Still time to get involved

Project CSX is already underway, and the first product ideas have been selected from the more than 400 submissions in total, ready for people to come up with a concept design. The three product ideas that need a concept design are:

A system to minimize physical interaction with a phone using eye tracking, or a polymer case to stick the device to various surfaces.
A wearable device that makes learning a skill easier and more fun. For example, a glove that teaches you to play the guitar through guided finger movement.
More waterproof gadgets, such as a submersible VR headset to turn a pool into the Great Barrier Reef.
ZTE wants to see what’s called a six-view breakdown — a design term for an image showing the product from six different angles. There needs to be a story attached to the features so the benefits are easy to sell, you’ll need to consider where to place components, what materials are used for the construction, the dimensions, and even an app or device user interface if one is necessary.

Creativity and fun come first, and ZTE will guide you through the rest.
You don’t have to be an engineer, be able to use Powerpoint or CAD design programs, or know how to code. You can sketch out the product, take inspiration for the materials in the world around you, and get the app’s flow down perfectly without doing anything other than picking up a sketchpad. You may need years of experience to do this professionally, but that’s not true here. Creativity and fun come first, and ZTE will guide you through the rest.

If you missed out on the opportunity to submit your product idea and already have a concept design for it, ZTE’s going to put a wildcard of its own choosing alongside the three Project CSX finalists, so you still have time to get involved and pitch your idea. You’ll have to be quick though, as the window closes on September 30.

ZTE wants to make something new

Project CSX’s winner will be announced after a series of votes ending on October 19, and the final product will be revealed at the CES tech show at the beginning of 2017. The sale date is the only factor that’s currently variable because it will depend on which product wins. The unusual project is already changing the mentality at ZTE.

“The engineers love it,” Yee told Digital Trends, adding that it was the interaction between all teams that he enjoyed the most. “It’s really listening to the customer,” about products rather than just relying on a focus group to fine-tune an internal idea.

One of the few rules in Project CSX is that it must be a mobile device. However, mobile could mean many different things.

“I want to have a challenge. Something innovative that doesn’t already exist,” Yee enthused.

ZTE’s Senior Director of Mobile Devices Waiman Lam had earlier told us he was hoping for something exciting that may use virtual reality or augmented reality. It’s obvious the company really wants Project CSX to birth something exciting, interesting, and innovative.

At the moment it’s only ZTE behind Project CSX, but it has attracted the attention of T-Mobile — a network that’s never afraid to push the industry in a new direction — which apparently “loves the idea,” and may want to work on a similar project in the future. For now, though, you could shape the future of mobile with ZTE.

ZTE is on a roll

Project CSX could go either way. The result may be hugely exciting or terribly lame, but there’s no arguing that ZTE’s current range of phones is extremely tempting. Last year, there were many different Axon phones made for different regions, with different specs. This year there are two — the super Axon 7 and its newly announced, Digital Trends’ award-winning counterpart, the Axon 7 Mini. Both phones represent superb value for your money, have strong spec sheets, some interesting differentiating features, and a delectable design.

Related: The Nubia Z11 will launch internationally later this year

It’s a big shift from the confusion of last year, in which there were dozens of Axon phones with little to no differences between them. While maturity plays a part in this shift, ZTE has likely been looking at two of its biggest competitors, Huawei and OnePlus, for inspiration. The Axon 7 challenges the OnePlus 3 on price and specs, and comes very close to matching the considerably more expensive Huawei P9 in outright sleek design.

ZTE’s Waiman Lam told Digital Trends that the only reason it can beat companies like Huawei on price is that it doesn’t throw outrageous phone launches and multiple press events.

We really don’t think it’s a coincidence that this newly streamlined company has not only introduced the Axon 7, easily the best phone it has ever made, but is also running a truly fascinating competition that could end up introducing an entirely new mobile product that we’d have otherwise never seen.

The potential, drive, and ambition were always there for ZTE, but it’s all coming together in 2016, and the company has done everything right so far. We’re going to be watching Project CSX and ZTE very closely over the next year, and suggest you do the same.

If you want to enter Project CSX, visit the dedicated website here.

Also watch: Huawei MediaPad M3 Hands On  Read more: http://www.digitaltrends.com/mobile

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