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Kyocera debuts Rio touch-screen phone for Cricket

The Kyocera Rio offers Cricket Wireless customers a candy bar design with a touch screen and midrange features.

By November 17, 2010

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Kia will debut 2 midsize sedans within 6 months

Automotive News reports Kia's new models, the Cadenza and Optima.

By December 23, 2010

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More bodies (and other strange sights) on Brazil's Street View

Tumblr asks Brazilians to send in their most interesting screen grabs from the first week of Google Street View images of the country. The responses reveal more bodies, as well as what might be an assault, and a statue with its face blurred.

By October 5, 2010

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Google Street View captures dead bodies--real ones

The launch of Google Street View in Brazil reveals images of not one, but two dead bodies lying in different streets. Google removes the images.

By October 1, 2010

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Android 2.2 for Samsung Galaxy S delayed on all networks, due this month

The Android 2.2 update for the Samsung Galaxy S was originally slated for release late last month, but will be delayed a couple of weeks for more testing.

By October 4, 2010

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Fast broadband: hands on at 100Mbps

We put Optus' new Supersonic Broadband through a range of speed tests to show you the hard truths about when it's worth paying more for high-speed broadband, and when it's not.

By September 13, 2010

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FutureGen clean-coal project gets $1 billion from U.S.

The FutureGen effort is meant to show utilities how to retrofit their coal-fired power plants to capture and store CO2 and other emissions.

By August 6, 2010

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Detergent uses GPS to stalk customers

A Brazilian promotion for Omo detergent involves 50 boxes that have GPS inside. Customers lucky enough to buy one of these boxes will be followed home in order to be given a very technological prize.

By July 31, 2010

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Police push to continue warrantless cell tracking

As Congress begins to consider adding more privacy protections to a 1986 privacy law, including regulating cell phone tracking, tech companies will have to overcome law enforcement objections.

By June 26, 2010

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ACLU: FBI used 'dragnet'-style warrantless cell tracking

FBI tracked locations of 180 different cell phones without obtaining a warrant signed by a judge, court documents show. Activist groups chime in.

By June 22, 2010