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CES 2008: Audiovox's homebase
Audiovox was showing their new homebase message center and digital picture frame at CES. The device is essentially a white board that can be written on with a built-in digital photo frame. There ...
Insect-repellent Clothing | HowStuffWorks
In 2003, after seven years of research and development, a company based in North Carolina received approval from the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to begin selling its line of "Buzz Off" clothing. The company branded its new technology as "insect shield," and it's effective at warding off a plethora of bugs, including mosquitoes and ticks.. The secret to insect shield is the use of ...
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Cary has NC's only 5-star hotel, spa, restaurant. #RocksforFaye honors 6-year-old who was abducted, killed. Weather roller coaster: Black ice, freezing temps followed by spring-like warmth, rain ...
Online Privacy Protection Act - Wikipedia
Compliance by Google. In May 2007, getting to Google's privacy policy required clicking on "About Google" on its home page, which brought up a page that included a link to its privacy policy. New York Times reporter Saul Hansell posted a blog entry raising questions about Google's compliance with this act. A coalition of privacy groups also sent a letter to Google's CEO, Eric Schmidt ...
Lenovo to slash 11% of work force; net of 100 jobs leaving ...
Two top managers to depart world's No. 4 PC-maker; executive pay also to be cut up to 50 percent. A call center in Canada will be relocated to Morrisville with 150 positions, but 250 other jobs ...
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