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razors

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New and Noteworthy: Apple: Selling the razors, giving away the blades; more

New and Noteworthy: Apple: Selling the razors, giving away the blades; more

By Jan. 19, 2004

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$2,000 Zafirro Titanium razor has sapphire blades

Super-sturdy razor is blasting the competition out of the water with titanium construction, sapphire blades, and a hefty price tag. It will make disposable razors whimper and go hide.

By Sep. 12, 2011

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Dollar Shave Club backer: We can take on Gillette

A cheap, hilarious, viral video is the vanguard of a new company that sells razors and blades to consumers.

By Mar. 8, 2012

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Amazon surpasses 2 million Kindle Singles sales, report says

Singles e-books, which are shorter than full-length novels but longer than magazine articles, have grown in popularity in the 14 months they've been available.

By Mar. 13, 2012

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Startup aims to cover your underwear subscription needs

Los Angeles-based startup MeUndies.com arrives online with subscription service for designer underwear.

By Feb. 9, 2012

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E3 2012: The end of hardware

Have we arrived at the point at which new game consoles are not required?

By Jun. 6, 2012

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Why free is the future of business

Give away the cell phone, sell the monthly plan; make the videogame console cheap and sell expensive games--it's the business model we're hooked on.

By Feb. 25, 2008

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With USB soldering iron, who needs a lightsaber?

The gadget gods at Thanko have come out with a USB soldering iron. It heats up to nearly 930 Fahrenheit if used with a 9V battery, and 390-570 F when used with USB.

By Oct. 6, 2009

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Swann RC helicopters get good gyrations

RC indoor helicopters have been annoying cats and crashing into expensive home electronics for years, but Swann's new line of radio-controlled choppers uses a souped-up gyro technology for better stability.

By May. 2, 2011

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South Korean bus prototypes use road to recharge

Vehicles with sensor-driven magnetic devices on their underside suck up energy as they travel over the strips embedded just under the road surface.

By Mar. 9, 2010