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Mobile phones banned for Indian women as Kuwait bans dSLR cameras

Religious leaders in northern India have banned unmarried women from using mobile phones, while large cameras have been banned in Kuwait.

By Nov. 25, 2010

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MySpace announces concert for U.S. troops in Kuwait

The News Corp.-owned social network will be holding a high-profile music event on March 10, live-streamed in high definition on the Web.

By Feb. 27, 2008

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Google says ISP glitch exposes Gmail data in Kuwait

Gmail user in Kuwait stumbles onto more than 30 other users' personal e-mails when he can't access his own account. eBay dealt with a similar ISP problem a while ago.

By Feb. 20, 2008

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Samsung Galaxy S4 gets hot pink respray for 2014

Sink the pink with the Samsung Galaxy S4, now available in a fetching hot pink hue.

By Dec. 18, 2013

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6-ounce hamster steers 33,000-pound truck

Volvo hands the wheel over to a tiny hamster for a publicity stunt meant to show off a massive truck's easy steering.

By Sep. 16, 2013

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UK one of the cheapest places in Europe to buy iPhone 5S

We're always hearing about rip-off Britain, but the UK is actually one of the cheapest places to buy an iPhone in Europe.

By Nov. 21, 2013

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Google's Father's Day doodle celebrates dads' multiple roles

To celebrate Father's Day, Google's doodlers offer an interactive glimpse of all the things dads have been and are.

By Jun. 16, 2013

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iPhone 5 hits South Korea Friday, and 50+ new lands in December

As Apple begins to sort out its supply issues for the iPhone 5, it is widening the availability of its blockbuster smartphone.

By Dec. 3, 2012

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RIM plans to open its first Middle East retail store in Dubai

The BlackBerry phone maker moves forward with a big international push with plans to open retail shops in the Middle East, Southeast Asia, and possibly Africa.

By Apr. 12, 2012

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USPS to ban overseas shipments on tablets, smartphones, more

Starting next week, people won't be able to ship a whole host of electronics overseas because items like the iPad, Kindle, laptops, and smartphones use possibly combustible lithium ion batteries.

By May. 10, 2012