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tulip

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Tiptoe through the plastic-camera tulips

There are beautiful flower gardens, and then there are beautiful flower gardens made from multiple miniature cameras. Have a stroll through the latter variety.

By June 29, 2012

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Science-y love blooms into 250-tulip proposal

True love flowers at Cornell University as a horticultural-minded grad student digs in deep to plant a colorful marriage proposal.

By May 24, 2012

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Bring spring to the table

The Dimensions Tulip Pan turns any cake recipe into a perfect dessert for spring.

By March 29, 2009

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Ground spices on the go

The Tulip Spice Grinder adds taste to your meals without adding mess to your kitchen.

By March 4, 2009

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Tulip E-Go: A laptop with panache

If your laptop is black or silver then it's officially old hat. Sell that sucker on eBay and replace it with one of the sexiest laptops on the market: the Tulip E-Go

By March 24, 2006

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$350,000 for a laptop? Sure, we'll take two

Tulip Ego laptop hits U.S. retail stores, other limited editions available.

By November 10, 2006

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Leather laptops coming soon

Don't put a coffee cup on that laptop. With its fancy exterior, it might leave a ring. Dow Chemical and Tulip partner on tech fashion. Photos: Luxurious laptops

By March 15, 2005

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Dutch PC maker takes Dell to court

Tulip Computers is accusing the computing giant of infringing on its patent for a motherboard design. The Netherlands-based company is seeking unspecified royalties.

June 23, 2003

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You could have shorted dot-coms, but didn't

When the next round of finance texts is written, the American dot-com bubble of the late 1990s is sure to take its place with the classics--the tulip bubble, the South Seas bubble, the run-up to the great crash of 1929. But what caused it? According to one theory, the problem was a shortage of short selling, say Wharton finance professors Christopher C. Geczy and David Musto.

December 22, 2002