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An air-quality management district in Southern California offers this leaf blower at a discount in exchange for older, noisier models.
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New cameras for professionals, amateurs and even eBay sellers debut at the Photo Marketing Association show.
"Copyright Criminals" documentary co-director Kembrew McLeod shown in his office at the University of Iowa.
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Hewlett-Packard CEO Mark Hurd and Intel CEO Paul Otellini pushed servers powered by Itanium, running Oracle software.
CEOs discuss importance of collaboration and innovation in changing their companies' business processes.
Burning Man vets camp out in Pearlington, Miss., where they are helping with the town's reconstruction.
A remote control robot checked vehicles parked atBeijing's Tiananmen Square on March 3 as the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference opened to discuss the country's next five-year socioeconomic development plan.
YouTube, a video-sharing site embattled over alleged pirated uploads, is making friends with Viacom.
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