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high-precision timer
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Google Saving Lives?
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Water activated sensor pad
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Apple's impending move to Verizon
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Microsoft interested in buying Adobe?
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Computer programming languages: which one is your favourite?
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Nokia N8 Smartphone is out
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StartTalking - Interesting technology
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Run one, and only one program - software?
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The True Value of an Apple
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Apple's AirPlay, Worth a Look?
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