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Techie NYC eatery takes orders on iPads

Soon, New York's midtown will play host to a restaurant with a 240-square-foot screen, displaying tweets and Foursquare check-ins.

By May 28, 2010

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3D Motorola 'Ming' clamshell turns up in China

New pics have appeared on the HiAPK forums with the China Mobile logo, suggesting the 3D clamshell device is close to popping.

By April 27, 2010

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German Fembot AILA: No mouth, but great hair

While she doesn't have legs like our old buddy Asimo, she rolls about on six wheels and can turn in any direction. Think of the possibilities. Roller disco, for a start.

By April 23, 2010

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iPad version of WSJ: $17.99 a month

Pretty pricey, no? Plus: Time magazine will debut its iPad version with adverts from Unilever, Toyota, Fidelity, and others.

By March 25, 2010

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Google working on speech translation for phones

Head of translation services Franz Och tells The Sunday Times that the search giant is closing in on speech-to-speech translation.

By February 8, 2010

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Liquavista shows off full-color e-reader

Liquavista's full-color e-reader appears to be aimed squarely at magazine and newspaper reading.

By January 6, 2010

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Three men indicted in largest U.S. data breach

Florida man accused of stealing credit card data from TJX is among those named in breach involving Heartland, 7-Eleven, Hannaford Brothers, and others.

By August 17, 2009

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Supermarket data breach exposes more than 4 million accounts

Maine-based Hannaford reports a data intrusion that, while significant, is nothing like the TJX breach that compromised 45.7 million accounts.

By March 17, 2008

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Online grocer hits $100 million home run

Hannaford Brothers, a Scarborough, Maine-based grocer, sells a majority interest in its online home delivery service, HomeRuns.com, to private equity firm the Cypress Group for $100 million.

By January 13, 2000

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Short Take: HomeRuns' parent to merge with Food Lion

Food Lion plans to merge with Hannaford Brothers, which owns online grocer HomeRuns, in a $3.6 billion deal that will create the sixth-largest company in the food retailing industry. A Hannaford spokeswoman said she didn't expect any changes within HomeRuns as a result of the merger. Hannaford launched HomeRuns in 1996 in Massachusetts, where it delivers groceries that customers order from its Web site.

By August 18, 1999