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Comment: Re: Driverless cars - selinz - 11/29/2014
Comment: Best phone out there? - selinz - 11/29/2014
Comment: yet another - selinz - 11/29/2014
Comment: Re: Flexible phones - selinz - 11/29/2014
Comment: Re: Big retreat - selinz - 11/29/2014
Comment: Yes, we need another! - selinz - 8/29/2014
Comment: Re: Movidius - selinz - 8/5/2014
Comment: Panasonic robots - selinz - 8/5/2014
Comment: $100 barrier - selinz - 8/5/2014
Comment: Re: Confused - selinz - 7/28/2014
Comment: Re: Long trips - selinz - 7/28/2014
Comment: MS collaboration? - selinz - 7/28/2014
Comment: Still controlling IP - selinz - 6/25/2014
Comment: Ti barrier metal - selinz - 5/28/2014
Comment: Re: Try real densities - selinz - 5/11/2014
Comment: Juror paid off - selinz - 5/11/2014
Comment: Self Driving car - selinz - 5/10/2014
Comment: TDR equipment - selinz - 5/10/2014
Comment: Re: good article - selinz - 4/27/2014
Comment: 1:12? - selinz - 3/24/2014
Comment: Re: Today: Epic Fail - selinz - 2/14/2014
Comment: Re: Today: Epic Fail - selinz - 2/14/2014
Comment: Re: Seriously? - selinz - 2/14/2014
Comment: Re: 6 billion - selinz - 2/14/2014
Comment: Very cool stuff! - selinz - 2/14/2014
Comment: PC boards - selinz - 1/27/2014
Comment: Sad news - selinz - 1/24/2014
Comment: Re: Rock Climber?` - selinz - 1/24/2014
Comment: Rock Climber?` - selinz - 1/24/2014
Comment: Cool Stuff! - selinz - 1/20/2014
Comment: USPTO.gov - selinz - 1/16/2014
Comment: Interesting quote - selinz - 1/14/2014
Comment: Smarter for me? - selinz - 1/14/2014
Comment: 3x/day - selinz - 1/10/2014
Comment: Re: 15M - selinz - 1/10/2014
Comment: Hero or Criminal? - selinz - 1/10/2014
Comment: Camera? - selinz - 1/10/2014
Comment: Re: weary? - selinz - 12/26/2013
Comment: Re: Spansion vs. Renesas - selinz - 12/18/2013
Comment: Don't need videos - selinz - 12/18/2013
Comment: Re: Not surprising! - selinz - 12/5/2013
Comment: parity - selinz - 12/5/2013
Comment: Re: survivors - selinz - 11/29/2013
Comment: brakes? - selinz - 11/6/2013
Comment: Re: On Android - selinz - 11/4/2013
Comment: Re: Very cool - selinz - 11/1/2013
Comment: Bugeye approach - selinz - 10/27/2013
Comment: Re: X means... - selinz - 10/27/2013
Comment: Re: Single bit flip - selinz - 10/27/2013
Comment: Re: The Ashton-ator - selinz - 10/21/2013
Comment: Re: Name of Company - selinz - 10/21/2013
Comment: Re: nice fog - selinz - 10/21/2013
Comment: Re: re - selinz - 10/21/2013
Comment: Re: Hacking devices - selinz - 10/20/2013
Comment: Re: Breaking up or down? - selinz - 10/20/2013
Comment: Brand Protection? - selinz - 9/19/2013
Comment: Re: Low power TK - selinz - 9/6/2013
Comment: Re: Really.. - selinz - 9/6/2013
Comment: Re: Have not retired - selinz - 9/6/2013


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