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FILE - In this file photo made March 23, 2010, Sprint CEO Dan Hesse unveils the HTC EVO 4G smart phone during the CTIA wireless show in Las Vegas. Manufacturers are having a tough time satisfying the demand for gadgets, from smart phones to computer networking, because investment in chip production collapsed during the recession. This could mean shortages of hot electronic products into the holidays. (AP Photo/Isaac Brekken, File)
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FILE - In this file photo made March 23, 2010, Sprint CEO Dan Hesse unveils the HTC EVO 4G smart phone during the CTIA wireless show in Las Vegas. Manufacturers are having a tough time satisfying the demand for gadgets, from smart phones to computer networking, because investment in chip production collapsed during the recession. This could mean shortages of hot electronic products into the holidays. (AP Photo/Isaac Brekken, File)

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