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My IBM Vacation. By Bob Bicknell November 6, 2003 / 1:37 AM / CBS It was a beautiful autumn day. Leaves were turning, so with a borrowed car, I played hooky and went for a rare and pleasant drive

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The apartment building's cladding, or covering, was essentially a "sandwich" consisting of combustible polyethylene foam insulation on the inside with two layers of aluminum encasing the outside.

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Intel 32nm vs 22nm chip manufacturing. This view compares the last-generation 32nm process used to make Intel's "Sandy Bridge" chips with today's 22nm process for "Ivy Bridge" chips.

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Navy's newest weapon kills at seven times the speed of

The projectile sheds its steel cladding, and, in video released for the first time Monday, it smashes into a dummy warhead that represents an incoming missile. An explosion is caused by the sheer

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Microsoft's newest flagship store takes on the Big Apple

A space befitting the Big Apple. Microsoft's newest store is also its largest. It's the first with two floors, and it features a distinct 30-foot wall of display monitors.

Keeping Moore's Law ticking pictures

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CES 2019: 14 questions tech's biggest show needs to answer

CES 2019 effectively starts Sunday, Jan. 6 and runs through Friday, Jan. 11. And this year's show comes at a point when the tech industry is more of the center of conversation than ever before

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