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A new PDA (personal digital assistant) has hit stores in North Korea, according to a student who writes a blog from the secretive state.
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Be careful what you wish for, it might come back to haunt your wallet.
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Nintendo's forthcoming 3D-without-glasses gaming handheld sounds mighty indeed, if just-leaked internal specs prove legitimate.
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Research In Motion reported revenue gains of nine per cent in its latest financial quarter, driven by Blackberry subscriber gains and record device sales, the company said Thursday.
Oh, that Microsoft. She's such a tease.
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