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SUBSCRIBE to ELITE NWO AGENDA for Latest Updates - http://www.youtube.com/user/elitenwoagenda?sub_confirmation=1 TOKYO OLYMPICS GOLD MEDALS BULLION TO COME FROM OLD CELL PHONES Olympic and Paralympic medals for the Tokyo 2020 Games will be made from recycled mobile phones. The Japanese public will be asked to donate old phones and small appliances to gather two tonnes of gold, silver and bronze for the 5,000 medals. The project hopes to promote sustainability and reduce costs. "A project that allows the people of Japan to take part in creating the medals is really good," said Tokyo 2020 sports director Koji Murofushi. "There's a limit on the resources of our earth, so recycling these things will make us think about the environment." Collection boxes will be placed in local offices a...
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Yuanwang Digital Mall is the largest Smartphone Market in Shenzhen, Nicole Scott does a walk through of the multistory mad house with her iPhone 6. Visit her website at http://www.mobilegeeks.com/shenzhen-smartphone-market-walk-through-photos-video/ to check out the complete article with a few photos. This is one of the most interesting smartphone markets in HuaqianBei (the computer market street in Shenzhen) because it's the gateway for many blackmarket smarpthones to hit the streets in all parts of China. Makes sense she's asked to stop filming! Follow Mobile Geeks on social media at www.twitter.com/mobilegeekscom www.facebook.com/mobilegeeksblog www.instagram.com/mobilegeeksblog Or follow Nicole at: www.twitter.com/nicolescooter www.youtube.com/nicolescooter www.google+.com/nicoles...
The city of Tokyo has started collecting old mobile phones to recycle them into 5,000 gold, silver and bronze medals for the 2020 Summer Olympics. Photo: Reuters Subscribe to the WSJ channel here: http://bit.ly/14Q81Xy More from the Wall Street Journal: Visit WSJ.com: http://www.wsj.com Follow WSJ on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/wsjvideo Follow WSJ on Google+: https://plus.google.com/+wsj/posts Follow WSJ on Twitter: https://twitter.com/WSJvideo Follow WSJ on Instagram: http://instagram.com/wsj Follow WSJ on Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/wsj/
Shopping for cheap and used gadgets in Tokyo can be really fun! This time you are coming with me to shop for a second hand i-phone in Akihabara! yaaay! Akiba is sooo full of nice stores for you to shop for new or used; cameras, computers, notebooks, manga comic books, toys and much more! this place also has a creepy side,since you can find creepy DVDs of Japanese child models, in swimwear there. Find me on FB and Instagram - Jade Furuta
From a possible newly discovered time traveler, to the infamous time traveling hipster, these are 11 Possible Cases of TIME TRAVEL ! Subscribe to American Eye http://goo.gl/GBphkv 6. The Man from Taured In 1954 a man who could speak French as his first language and Japanese as his 2nd language arrived at Tokyo International Airport. When he handed off his passport to be stamped, it shocked the Japanese officials. The passport looked as if it were real but with one strange twist: it said he was from a country that didn’t exist, called Taured. When the authorities didn’t understand they made him point to a map and he pointed to the small nation of Andorra between France and Spain. He claimed to have never heard of Andorra before and it was even stranger that his passport was covered in Vi...
SoftBank Japan opens a phone store staffed entirely by robots in the upmarket Omotesando shopping area on March 24, 2016, Tokyo, Japan. A team of 10 humanoid Pepper robots run the Pepper Phone Shop serving customers buying SoftBank mobile phones. The store is a world first exclusively staffed by robots and will be open until March 30. (Video by Rodrigo Reyes Marin/NipponNews.net)
On Wednesday, Tokyo 2020, the organizing committee for the Japanese city's Olympic Games said that it would make the medals for the winner's of each event, from recycled metals from from old smartphones. This effort is a part of the Olympic agenda, which states that "sustainability should be part of all aspects of the Games." The organization is hoping to extract eight tons of metal from old electronic gear that will then be recycled into two tons. Which would be enough to produce the 5,000 medals needed for both the Olympic and Paralympic games. https://www.cnet.com/news/tokyo-olympics-to-feature-medals-made-of-recycled-phones/#ftag=CAD590a51e http://www.wochit.com This video was produced by YT Wochit News using http://wochit.com
video uploaded from my mobile phone minamikoiwa edogawaku art sign display collection collecter 携帯の壁の作り方。
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東京都江戸川区南小岩のわたでんの人々 携帯電話の壁の補修が終わりました。 携帯に携わるすべての人々に是非見ていただきたい ケータイ電話の壁です。 EnglandはLondonのTELECOM TVの Guy DanielsさんとGitte Danielsさんは excellenntを連発してました。
(18 May 1999) Japanese/Nat The world's first mobile phone with a television screen, which shows the person you are calling, has gone on show in Japan. The phone has been made by Japanese company, Kyocera and to start with it will only be available in Japan. It will go on sale in July at a cost of 325 U-S dollars. Electronics company Kyocera says it was only a matter of time until the world's first mobile phone showing the caller and the person being called, was mastered. The visual phone, dubbed V-P-210, uses high-speed data transmission to send and receive audio and images in real time, at a rate of approximately two frames per second. The built-in, hands-free speaker, makes the V-P-210 the world's first videophone. Kyocera will begin selling 50-thousand videophones in July. But a...
This is the demonstration of mobiles for purchasing burgers and food at McDonald's in Tokyo.