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Techology

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Catch Video

Download and convert video from YouTube or other video sites.

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UCOnline

UCOnline is an abbreviation of Unicom Online Service.It provides common online content service for all the users.Such as the library online provide...

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Dog's Collection

Dress up your dog in away your family and friends will love.Enjoy the application that allows you to spruce up your pet.Brows through the many high...

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HardwareR-Tools

Variety handset and technology make life more convenient.From now on,in addition to call, text message, shot and brush twitter,your cellphone also...

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Simple Fitness Tracker

This app was created for those that want to keep track of their fitness event, and don't want to deal with complicated apps.This app simply allows...

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Draw And Drop Free

what will happen if you turn as small as a ROACH?? fight your way to remain big! Dr zhang is leading bugs to fight against human ,the only things...

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Weather ...WOW! Lite + Latest News!

Are you searching for the best app to get the most complete and accurate weather forecast on your own device? Your research is over...keep on...

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Oxford Italian-English Dictionary - DioDict

Special launch price till 30th April Oxford Italian-English Dictionary contains over 750,000 words, phrases and translations thousands of examples,...

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Is Hewlett-Packard trying to reinvent Android too?

Hewlett-Packard is redesigning the computer from the ground up. That includes an overhaul of operating system techology, which it believes has been "stagnant" for decades. Android is a major focus.

By June 12, 2014

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Vint Cerf: Google may not always be top search dog

The father of the Internet -- a vice president at Google -- says the search giant could one day be outshined by a company with better techology.

By March 23, 2012

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Charge your phone while taking a stroll

Researchers say new tech can generate more than enough electricity to power a light bulb and charge a laptop, all from a walk around town.

By August 24, 2011

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Ford and Toyota team on hybrids for trucks, SUVs

The two automakers will develop a shared hybrid architecture for rear-wheel-drive vehicles to broaden the use of hybrid technology for fuel economy.

By August 22, 2011

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HP printers address need for speed

A new HP printer line-up is on the way that features blazingly fast photo printing speeds.

By August 30, 2005

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China techology exports growing

China saw technology exports grow 50 percent last year to approximately $90 billion, according to new statistics from the country's Ministry of Foreign Trade and Economic Cooperation. Various analysts have said that China likely surpassed Taiwan to become the third-largest producer of computing products worldwide. Many of China's export facilities, however, are owned by companies in the United States, Japan, and Taiwan.

By January 24, 2001

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Senator wants limits on copy protection

A Republican lawmaker is drafting legislation that would scale back the ability of music labels, studios and others to use anticopying technology, according to a source.

By June 4, 2003

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New & Noteworthy: Macworld "close" to Boston move; Nokia delivers camera phone; Darwin 6.0.1 released; more

New & Noteworthy: Macworld "close" to Boston move; Nokia delivers camera phone; Darwin 6.0.1 released; more

By September 26, 2002

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Sun users test out latest Solaris rendition

Sun Microsystems customers are testing the next incarnation of Solaris, its version of the Unix operating system. The final product is due next year.

By September 24, 1999

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Embedded systems take off

Internet appliances represent one of the most exciting opportunities in technology in the new millenium.

February 2, 1999