Williams, a self-proclaimed health-food evangelist, said she’d like to see the company sell packs by themselves to people who can’t afford the device. “It would be great if they offered people the opportunity to buy the packs and press them by hand,” she said. “I want juice for every man, woman and child.”
Now, seriously? Apparently the world this person inhabits does not contain fruits, the only way to get juice is to buy them pre-packaged at 8 dollar per serving, and the only thing that stops a poor person from enjoying this is not the ludicrous price but a separate machine.
Wow. This really exists.
Microsoft has wanted a share of those game sales for a long time.
Games are the only reason Windows even exists in my household.
You can create multiple templates and all you do in the templates is installing software and make generic configurations. The actual VM's where you run stuff is based on the templates and are reset whenever you restart them.
Watches are generally jewellery with some secondary use case
Apple watches sell because it allows Apple fans to show that they are part of the group, without holding their phone all the time. It's similar to people wearing t-shirts with their favourite heavy metal band on it. When they pass someone, they know they are part of the same social circle. And there is absolutely nothing wrong with this. People do it all the time.
But this is where smart watches have a problem. They have to compete on their own merits, and frankly, it's very hard for a watch of any kind to do that. I use one for biking, but that's pretty much it.
I'll buy one of the new Android Wear watches, but I doubt I'll be using it off the bike.
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