Amazon says it is offering one-hour delivery of thousands of basic products to its Prime customers in Manhattan.
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Telltale Games, the folks behind episodic game titles for The Walking Dead, Back to the Future, and Game of Thrones is set to collaborate with Mojang on a new narrative-driven game set in the ...
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Back in 2009, to comply with a court order, Microsoft began offering a choice of browsers to European customers who were booting up a copy of Windows for the first time. The screen offered ...
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Blackberry today launched its Classic, a new phone that it hopes will convince those holding onto old Blackberrys for their keyboard and size to finally upgrade.
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Thanks to a neural surgery and robotic technology, a man in Colorado named Les Baugh is the first person to gain the ability to control two shoulder-level robotic arms with his mind. ...
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(AP)—Federal regulators are accusing Sprint Corp. of illegally billing its wireless customers tens of millions of dollars in unwanted charges for text message alerts and other services.
Wed 17 Dec 14 from Phys.org
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