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Nokia introduces its least expensive 3G camera phone, two new CDMA phones, and entry-level and midrange models.
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Sheriff's department envisions using SkySeer UAV to assist in surveillance and rescue operations.
Opera adds BitTorrent, tabs and widgets to the latest edition of its Web browser.
The Hoh Rain Forest in Olympic National Park stands in contrast to clear-cut forestlands not far away.
Sun Microsystems luminaries help unveil Stanford University's new Computational Earth and Environmental Science (CEES) center, which Sun helped establish.
Windows-based toolkit offers simulation runtime so developers can aim to create intelligent applications.
A lab at the University of Washington is home to some hot virtual reality projects.
A free tool will let people embed a Creative Commons copyright license within Microsoft Office documents.
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