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They were his sentences and he could do with them as he liked, couldn’t he? A short fiction by Jonathan Baumbach.

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A camera’s settings dictate how many minutes of video footage you can record onto a Secure Digital memory card.

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The Obama administration has tried everything it can think of to accommodate religious groups that don’t want to pay for their employees’ birth control.

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Stocks launch February with strong gains; Dow closes over 14,000 for first time since ’07.

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Blocking someone from following you on Twitter does not mean that your posts are completely hidden from that person.

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Samsung has announced a new handset ahead of the phone-fest that is MWC 2013 , with a UK release date set at a rather vague ‘first half of 2013′. It is…

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The Obama administration is closing the office that was working on closing the prison at Guantánamo Bay.

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Novak Djokovic and Andy Murray, who in the 2012 season ranked second and third on the ATP World Tour in terms of percentage of return games won, opened the Australian Open …

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The first motion picture glimpse of Ashton Kutcher as Steve Jobs in the upcoming biopic Jobs has found its way online, but Steve Wozniak is not abundantly impressed. In the…

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Samsung has reported record financial figures, with a huge 76 per cent jump in profits for the last three months of 2012. This is thanks mostly to its range of Galaxy smartphones…

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The tendency to puff ourselves up is a conspicuous and enduring symbol of our democracy.

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New England and Atlanta, high-scoring offenses in the regular season, were each shut out in the second half.

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Advice for the president on what issues he should address in his second Inaugural speech.

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The No. 7 seed Jo-Wilfried Tsonga of France beat Blaz Kavcic 6-2, 6-1, 6-4 in the third round in the heat at the Australian Open.

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Can changes in the American mental health system reduce gun violence without creating more problems?

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The Magic have veered from the former coach Stan Van Gundy’s efficient shooting strategies, team statistics show.

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The Lede is following the debate on gun violence in the wake of the shootings in Newtown, Conn., with reports from our correspondents and from around the Web.

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The strike by 8,000 bus drivers and aides leaves 152,000 students stranded.

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Nic Kerdiles made his college debut in late November, delayed nearly two months because of an N.C.A.A. suspension, and the Badgers have not lost since.

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Avatar has become the first film to hit the one million mark in British Blu-ray sales, although it was Batman sequel The Dark Knight Rises that topped the biggest…

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Camera manufacturers are bringing out new models but falling back on old marketing strategy. Here is why pixel counts shouldn’t count when buying a camera.

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Shopping for a receiver is now ruled by connectivity and software features. But sound still counts. Only it is getting harder to test sound quality.

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Amazon’s Kindle software keeps track of where you left off in the same e-book on all your tablets and phones, but you can clear the information if it gets …

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Popular online entertainment retailer Play.com has announced that it will close down its direct retail operation. The website, which has long offered some of the best deals on the…

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Netgear unveiled the latest addition to their line of network-driven set-top boxes at CES 2013 . But the new NeoTV Prime is decidedly different from their previous efforts, thanks to…

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Notícias sobre Lawmaker Tea Party slowed up Sandy vote … Lawmaker: Tea Party slowed up Sandy vote on purpose NBCNews.com ?- 1 hora atrás Rep. Frank Pallone, DN.J., joins MSNBC …

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Notícias sobre Lawmaker Tea Party slowed up Sandy vote … Lawmaker: Tea Party slowed up Sandy vote on purpose NBCNews.com ?- 4 horas atrás Rep. Frank Pallone, DN.J., joins MSNBC …

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TechRadar is officially on location in Las Vegas for CES 2013 . Armed with laptops, cameras and mobile hotspots, we’re ready to bring you all the latest hardware directly from the show…

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Samsung Korea has confirmed that the popular Galaxy S2 smartphone will get an infusion of Android Jelly Bean . The company revealed details of the update on its official site, but…

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Strapped for cash but still on the lookout for a well-built, third-party tower CPU cooler, that does a decent, quiet cooling job? Well, your choices up until now…

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When bloggers and readers of SBNation’s Posting & Toasting got together for the first time this season, their night was brightened by the Knicks’ victory over the Spurs.

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Google is giving its good TV graces to a handful of manufacturers at next week’s Consumer Electronics Show , likely in the hopes of jolting some life into its struggling small…

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Converting a spreadsheet of addresses from a Microsoft Excel spreadsheet to a sheet of printed mailing labels just takes a trip through the Microsoft Word Mail Merge feature.

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The chief creative officer at gaming giant EA believes that the rise of Smart TV will bring a new gaming audience, but only if manufacturers stop making their own proprietary…

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It may appear that apps like Evernote and Springpad are intended to cut down on the use of paper, but you wouldn’t know it from the posh notebooks that are …

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Think of a crowd. Think of a mob. Think of a mass. The collective nouns for ‘people’ mostly come with negative connotations because, in the English language at least, such…

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