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Move along, citizen.
The other phenomenon I see is that for enthusiast sites for autos, watches, etc., the comments tend to all come from the same few people with thousands of posts.
I've said in the past that I would volunteer to get the chip if it were ever available, but that was easy talk when I knew that it was not. Now that I could actually do this, I have to admit I would think about it carefully. A lot of potential to go wrong here.
Haven't been in one of their stores in probably 20 years, surprised that it took that long for them to fail. In retrospect, they were so poorly managed, they weren't even good at failure.
Good riddance (and yes, I'm still pissed about the time you assholes tried to charge me money to send me a catalog of your stuff!!)
Display was quite good.
No visual acuity problems for far-sighted eyes
Good for hands free access to your phone
Terrible battery life
Poor public image
"Google vs. Apple" crappy tactics i.e., poor iPhone integration [We are trying to break new ground, why do we need that sh*t involved?]