This Russian-made mobile has a secondary E-Ink screen on the back. Using the e-paper display for text-based apps (surprisingly, many qualify) yields truly amazing battery life.
Another solid entry into the world of smart home devices is Skylink's iPhone-controlled home alarm system. You can arm/disarm it from your Apple handset, and see important notifications wherever you are. It's also easy to set up.
The WeMo Maker lets you control anything in your home with a low-voltage DC switch.
If your top priorities in a Chromebook are price, speed, and battery life, you should consider Samsung's latest Chromebook 2.
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DAR ES SALAAM (Reuters) - Tanzania said its gross domestic product has expanded by 32 percent after it rebased its calculation to incorporate new sectors in the economy, officials said on Friday. The state-run National Bureau of Statistics said the east African country's GDP stood at 69.8 trillion Tanzanian shillings ($41.33 billion) in 2013 after the rebasing, up from a previous estimate of 53 trillion shillings. The base year for GDP calculations was changed to 2007 from 2001. ...
By Wayne Cole SYDNEY (Reuters) - Asian shares enjoyed their best day in 15 months on Friday, after Wall Street boasted its biggest two-day advance since late 2011 amid relief the Federal Reserve was in no rush to withdraw stimulus from the U.S. economy. The gains came even as oil stayed under pressure, suggesting equity investors were beginning to see the positives in lower fuel costs and increased consumer spending power. Japan's Nikkei climbed 2.0 percent to erase most of it's recent losses, while Australia's main index romped ahead by 2.1 percent. ...
China's gross domestic product (GDP) turned out to be 3.4 percent larger last year than originally announced, the government said on Friday after a national survey -- a revision equal to about the size of Malaysia's economy. The world's second biggest economy was valued at 58.80 trillion yuan ($9.5 trillion currently) in 2013, the National Bureau of statistics (NBS) said in a statement, quoting a survey of 70 million businesses across the country. Malaysia's GDP was $313 billion last year, according to the World Bank. Despite the revision, China's economy is still far smaller than that of the United States, where GDP was $16.8 trillion last year, World Bank data shows.