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He made the comparison to someone living in Beijing not noticing the terrible quality of the air, arguing that US consumers don't know how badly they have it when it comes to Internet access. "At my home in Silicon Valley I say, oh my god," he said. "How can America live like this?"In Japan, there was a similar situation with NTT Docomo dominating the market. That's why he created SoftBank: to introduce high broadband speeds at low prices. He said he would do it again in the US, but on the wireless side. He also said he would honor the concept of wireless Net neutrality, or the idea that all traffic on the Internet is treated equally, something no other wireless carrier has pledged.

Sprint, however, provided a statement that walked back that comment, "Both Masa and Sprint support the concept of an iphone 6 plus/6s plus black wallet folio case open internet in order to drive innovation in the US," the company said, "Masa was not, however, suggesting hypothetical commitments to a merger that doesn't even exist and his comments should not be interpreted as such."AT&T and Verizon have quietly disputed Son's claims, noting that the speeds achieved by their LTE networks are among the fastest in the world, There's also the difficulty of building a nationwide network across a country as large as the US, with Son's experience limited to building a wireless network throughout the much smaller Japan..

SoftBank's Sprint, meanwhile, brings up the rear in terms of wireless speeds, something Son acknowledged. "I've only owned the company for six months," he said. "It takes a few years to build. We have to design the network."Updated at 2:20 pm and 4:54 pm PT: To include a comment from Legere and to add a statement from Sprint. The Internet is run by a cable monopoly in Comcast and a wireless duopoly in Verizon and AT&T, Son says. He wants to shake things up. Even SoftBank CEO and Sprint Chairman Masayoshi Son is a fan of T-Mobile CEO John Legere.

Called the EyeGo, the inexpensive device is an adapter that attaches to an iPhone and in some ways performs the work of iphone 6 plus/6s plus black wallet folio case much more sophisticated medical equipment, "The EyeGo is helping someone who is taking the picture to do what we call a portable slit lamp -- getting a picture of the front of the eye, the cornea, seeing the lens of the eye," explains Robert Chang, assistant professor of ophthalmology at Stanford University, "It also helps you take pictures of the fundus which is the retina or the inside lining of the back of the eye."The CNET News team visited the Byers Eye Institute at Stanford to see the EyeGo in action..

Chang and his fellow researchers imagine that the technology could be used to diagnose eye disease, particularly in areas where eye care is not readily available. "We feel in developing nations where they don't have the expensive cameras [and] specialists might be located a few hundred miles away, you would be able to have the local technician or somebody take the picture because our system is set up to be very easy to capture that picture and then sent over the Internet securely," Chang said. Images taken using an iPhone and the EyeGo are sharp enough to allow a physician to determine whether the patient needs immediate care.

"We are not attempting to replace gold standard instruments," Chang said, "We are just facilitating the people to improve access to care and the speed at which the get the care they need."Could the EyeGo eventually become so simple to use that an individual could snap images of their eyes themselves without assistance? Chang says that kind of "retinal selfie" would be the holy grail, It may happen eventually, but they're not iphone 6 plus/6s plus black wallet folio case there yet, The EyeGo, developed at Stanford University, uses an iPhone to snap sharp pictures of the front and back of the eye..

Since launching in 2011, Play Music has proven to be an increasingly important component of Google's broader Play store, which has expanded from smartphone apps to include movies, television shows, and hardware such as the Nexus 5 smartphone. It's Google's way of tying consumers to its core services when they're on an Android smartphone, tablet, or Chromebook PC. Unlike every other major online music service, Google Play Music doesn't shrink from offering both streaming and downloadable music -- two options that intuitively would eat into one another's business. Play Music not only has a store selling digital downloads but also offers an all-you-can-eat subscription service called All Access, providing on-demand listening to millions of songs for $9.99 a month, plus a free cloud storage locker for up to 20,000 songs no matter where you bought them.

Competitors, such as Apple, who ruled the new order of music downloads were dismissive of on-demand streaming -- until digital downloads fell for the first time ever last year as subscription services surged, Now, Apple is said to be considering a subscription service too, with the possible takeover of Beats headphones and its Beats Music service in the mix, But Google Play Music has kept under the radar, Though Google Play Music is growing fast thanks to surging popularity of the Android operating system for mobile devices, the low iphone 6 plus/6s plus black wallet folio case profile means Apple's iTunes and Amazon continue to hold court in the digital download realm, and startups such as Spotify have taken the lead in the intensifying race for a subscription-streaming kingpin..

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