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If you've got Windows and haven't upgraded to iTunes 10 yet, Phoneable can help you sync your iPod or iPhone to multiple libraries easily.
It's great to see people accomplish something that's seemed impossible. That's what happened when a group of students successfully built a da Vinci-style ornithopter.
If you see a web spread across a plane you are about to board, don't blame Spider-Man! This is new technology to sense and predict structural stress, allowing parts to be replaced before they fail.
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Geeks are always finding an excuse to consult their smartphones, but Microsoft thinks the rest of the world wants to get their task done and put the phone down.