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Dear Google, has the rest of the world offended you in some way?
it is always the same with those US-based companies: the world = hongkong, singapoore, us and uk. Let the rest of the world go to hell. Example 1: Palm, Inc. Example 2: Google. The USA have streetview in maps and free turn-by-turn directions. USA have the nexus. Europe has, let's see, none of those! Seriously, if I were to call my company a multi-national, wouldn't it be natural for me to provide the same service at the same time in all the (developed) countries my company would be represented? [sorry if I messed up the syntax, not a native speaker].
By the time the devices hit the European market, they are no longer state of the art (see palm Pre). So we always get old technology for higher prices (for example iphone 3GS unlocked in Belgium = 675 euro, 855 dollar. American companies love the high value of the Euro because they always have a 1dollar = 1 euro price conversion policy).
I'm sick of it...