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More, Better, Faster Sushi? Call In A 'Sushi Bot'

Wired reports that "sushi bots" were among the eye-catching products at the World Food and Beverage Great Expo, which just wrapped up in Tokyo.
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Carriers, FCC Join In Bid To Curb Cellphone Thefts

Companies have agreed to create a national database for stolen or missing phones, which would then be deactivated. It's hoped that will make them less tempting.
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'Do Not Track' Web Browser Option Gains Steam

Government regulators in the U.S. and Europe are putting pressure on the online advertising industry to adopt a new Web browser option called "do not track." The option is designed to offer users more privacy from the websites they visit — but there's still no consensus on precisely how much privacy the feature should provide.
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Jack Tramiel, Father Of Commodore 64 And An Auschwitz Survivor, Dies At 83

The Holocaust survivor founded Commodore International as well as Atari Corp. He was 83.
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Jack Tramiel, Man Behind Commodore 64, Has Died

Jack Tramiel, the man behind the Commodore 64 computer, died Sunday, according to reports. Tramiel, who was 83, came to America after World War II. He was a survivor of the Auschwitz concentration camp in his native Poland.
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Jack Tramiel, Father Of Commodore 64, Dies

The Holocaust survivor founded Commodore International as well as Atari Corp. He was 83.
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Like The Instagram-Facebook Deal? Depends On Your Filter

Facebook's decision to acquire Instagram for $1 billion set off strong reactions among Instagram users Monday, when the deal was announced. And if any of the photo-sharing service's fans were in love with the deal, they seemed to be keeping pretty quiet about it.

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