I’m not 100% back yet but someone pointed this out to me in Comments so I had to go look.
This is my Comment at YouTube (in case it is deleted):
Your AnTuTu score is, to be charitable, unlikely. Chuwi itself claims 18,000 for the CPU itself — and YOU are claiming MORE than 18,000? Either you are being fraudulent or you have accidentally used the fake version of the AnTuTu test. This video should be redone anyway because the speedups that are evident in it only add to my suspicion of you trying to gain customers no matter what.
I don’t know what PandaWill’s reputation is, but after seeing this video their reputation with me is now Do Not Trust.
I’ve been seeing a lot of contradictory AnTuTu score information in my research into Chinese iPad Mini clones.
Here is just one head-splitting example.
This is the AnTuTu score for the Ramos X10 from a YouTube video:
The Botching of the Cyprus Bailout: Worse Than Lehman Brothers
[T]hey have opted for a “solution” that amounts to probably the single most inexplicably irresponsible decision in banking supervision in the advanced world since the 1930s.
Boldfaced red emphasis added by me.
JManga.com Retail/Viewing Service Termination and Refund Notice
c.) Manga Viewing Service Termination
Date: May 30th at 11:59pm (US Pacific Time) Details: As of May 30th 2013 at 11:59pm (US Pacific Time) users will no longer be able to view digital manga content on JManga.com. At this time all purchased and free digital manga content will be erased from all JManga Member’s accounts.
Is there a way to download the manga I have purchased?
It is not possible to download manga from My Page. All digital manga content will no longer be viewable after May 30th 2013 at 11:59pm (US Pacific Time)
So fans of manga find out they were “buying” only the right to read — not the right to own, despite having built “libraries” of manga.
From Hidden treasures, or, Why some succeed while others fail (Internet Archive link):
That’s simply not true at all!
Big banks give $22 billion under mortgage relief deal
More bullshit, phony “relief” that aids the banks and not their victims!
Without getting into math, let me use this analogy: A guy has his hand wrapped around your throat and is squeezing, squeezing, squeezing. What this “relief” consists of is the guy slightly letting up on squeezing your throat.
Who do those fines actually help?
Business Insider: The Most Convincing iPad Mini Leaked Photos We’ve Seen Yet
Mashable: Is This The iPad Mini? [PICS]
I debunked that crap last night in Twitter. But I find these photos still zooming around the Net as if they mean something. So now this post.
This is another dummy iPad Mini from China!
See proof after the break.
Filed under Fraud, iOS, Stupid
Morris Rosenthal, whose Self Publishing 2.0 blog is a must-read, saw an exchange I was having on Twitter and emailed me with this:
I saw you tweeted a recent post of mine in relation to an argument some people were having over the ridiculous assertion that flames don’t hurt.
Attached is a graph of the last two years of sales rank data for a nonfiction book of Biblical Hebrew Flashcards I published on Kindle as an experiment a few years ago.
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Dig it. Here’s a prime example of someone doing a 1984 on their own writing, hoping no one notices the enemy has changed from Eastasia to Eurasia!
Here was his blog this morning [this Google Cache content might change as Google updates the cache]:
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