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Bullet Train Gets Approved in California, Microsoft has officially retired Windows 3.1, Heidi Klum Strips Down in Guitar Hero: World Tour Commercial, CNN Hologram TV First, An Experiment with Google Suggest

Californians passed a proposition on November 8th to build a High-Speed bullet train that would connect major California cities.
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After many years, Microsoft has officially retired Windows 3.1
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The beautiful Heidi Klum stripped down in a recent Guitar Hero: World Tour commercial.
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Wolf Blitzer and the team at CNN did a Television first by doing live hologram interviews on election night.
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Google's suggest feature is very helpful but can also be very interesting.
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