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Our old television set faded away and died. Its replacement was lighter, sleeker, and even cheaper, but that was the end of the good news. The back panel presented us with a baffling array of about ten different connections with incomprehensible labels. The so-called instruction book consisted of half a dozen pages of flimsy paper, almost entirely safety warnings, with a couple of Zen-like mystical diagrams that could have been anything. The sketchy website instructions were obviously composed by a man of few words, very few of them English.

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An Indian information technology firm says it will build a $20 million innovation center in Hartford, Conn.

Suffolk Officials Launch Drug Addiction Services App

Oct 24, 2017
WSHU

Suffolk County has created a new app that will provide users with information on drug addiction and prevention.

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In his new book, The Body Builders: Inside the Science of the Engineered Human, author and award-winning journalist Adam Piore says the new frontier that intrigues scientists and engineers today is the human body.

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A new smartphone app called M&M Defend wants to better prepare people convicted of white collar crimes of their rights. Lawyers are pushing the new software to help financial professionals, who are confronted by federal prosecutors.

Admittedly, it’s a pretty niche market.

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