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Taylor Wimberly
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New mobile site for espn is awesome! 
Visit ESPN to get up-to-the-minute sports news coverage, scores, highlights and commentary for NFL, MLB, NBA, College Football, NCAA Basketball and more.
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Genius.
With Amazon Dash Button, you just press, and never run out. Choose from favorite household products.
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I want it automatically built right in to the packaging. As soon as I notice the detergent is light, I flip it over and press a button on the back.
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I know they already reached their goal, but still had to back it.
Let's do eet! Together we can make SUPER TROOPERS 2 the tasty movie you've been craving right MEOW! | Crowdfunding is a democratic way to support the fundraising needs of your community. Make a contribution today!
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I'M BEYOND EXCITED
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Always been a fan of EyeEm, but haven't used it in a long time. Might be time to check it out again now that they opened the EyeEm market to the US.
Today marks a big day for the EyeEm community. For the first time ever, EyeEm Market has officially launched for all buyers in the United States, giving you the opportunity to make your photos available for sale to a variety of publishers, brands and media. We believe that your vision is worth ...
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Shine your own light without needing to worry about dark moments of silence. The starry skies will light up and keep you connected as you broaden your horizons and ‪#‎MakeItPossible‬.
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I think that's actually a hooded wetsuit.
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I want to thank all the sites that helped give away invites for this contest. It was a huge success, and we plan to do something similar for our upcoming wearables including TalkBand B2 and TalkBand N1. We really look forward to feedback (good or bad) that we receive from these friendly user testing programs.

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Win a chance to be one of the first to test an upcoming Huawei smartphone before it officially launches to the public! We champion dream makers and you can help us make it possible.
Have you ever dreamed of becoming a smartphone tester? Huawei champions dream makers, so we are giving away 100 invitations to join our Friendly User Testing program for an upcoming smartphone. We strive to be a customer-centric company, and that's why we want our fans to experience a new device ...
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Yeah. I've picked up Kindle Fires for each of my kids, honestly it's the best platform for children. You can lock it down a lot or just a little. Although my oldest one just inherited an 8" Acer A1 from Dad. Looks like she's graduated to full Kit Kat.
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Have him in circles
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Relative to overall revenue, Huawei is actually spending more on R&D (14.2% of revenue) than Microsoft (12%) and Amazon (10.4%)
Last year, Huawei outpaced Apple, Oracle, and Facebook in research and development.
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+Shaun Boyle Yep. Hence the savings in R&D.
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Interested to see where this goes... 
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+Dell Pacino I agree with you.
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The highlight of my day so far.  Texas people know what I'm talking about. 
The grocery chain is vague about its plans for 12 sites it has quietly acquired, but its rivals are expecting tough competition.
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im waiting for Aldis to open up in my neck of woods,i prefer Fiesta Mart anyways slightly cheaper for groceries
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"But, as one of the first and arguably most enthusiastic Android Auto partners, Hyundai's shown an interest in Android that few automakers have."
If you own a reasonably modern car (say, within two or three years old), there's a significant chance that car has some kind of cellular connectivity embed... by David Ruddock in Android Wear
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+Brandon Kindoll Yeah I already signed up. The $49/yr is worth it just to show off the Android Wear app.
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“We’re putting a bullet through Google’s head,” said McMaster.
A brazen startup has a very real shot AT busting up the world's smartphone duopoly.
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+Cyanogen​​ is doing what is called biting the hand that feeds them. They're only pointing the barrel of the gun at themselves.

Also, did you see what they're doing with the new Blu phones? A Frankenstein hybrid of Windows services, Nokia maps, and the Amazon app store. LOL
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