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12/12/2013

Humavox eases the job for users -- and keeps them safe -- by placing objects under charge with its RF technique in a Faraday cage.
Humavox eases the job for users -- and keeps them safe -- by placing objects under charge with its RF technique in a Faraday cage.

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too many options?
zewde yeraswork   12/13/2013 1:45:14 PM
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This article leads naturally to the question--the same question behind Moore's Law and a number of other technological paradigms--is there really such a thing as too many options? Too much power? Too much diversity? Too much integration?

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