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One of the highlights of the LA Auto Show was a chance to drive the Rolls Royce 102EX, a one-of-a-kind electric Phantom. Powered by two 145-kilowatt motors, one at each rear wheel, for a total of 590 pound-feet of torque, the 102EX has a range of abo

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FXI essentially built an ultra-lean computer inside a small USB stick. Stick it into any device that supports USB storage, and Cotton Candy will register as a USB drive. From there, you can run the Android OS in a secure environment inside your deskt

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www.usatoday.com

Who doesn't appreciate a good old-fashioned brawl every now and again? There may be no bigger slugfest than what is taking place this week in 7-inch touch-screen tablets as the Kindle Fire from Amazon goes toe-to-toe with the Nook Tablet from Barnes

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On May 5, 2011, the web site www.geodetecting.com announced plans to introduce a new entry in the international geocoin catalog. Just over five months later, on September 27th, 2011, the launch was official.

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technewsdaily.com

The Chobi Cam Pro, from Japan Trust Technologies, can pick up 720p video and sound, or take still photos at 4032 x 3024 (or about 12 megapixels). The whole thing is the size of a USB flash drive. It can dump the pictures and video to a USB connection

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Wired

Microsoft started working on a product first called Interface Manager in September 1981. Early prototypes used MS Word-style menus at the bottom of the screen. That changed to pulldown menus and dialogs (a la Xerox Star) in 1982.

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