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Scientists at the world's largest atom smasher said Monday they have succeeded in recreating conditions shortly after the Big Bang by switching the particles they use for collisions from protons to much heavier lead ions.
Amazon.com Inc. said Monday it will start paying publishers more when they sell magazines and newspapers on its Kindle electronic reader.
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Queen Elizabeth II is now on Facebook _ but she's not going to be your friend.
Apple says the end of daylight savings time could cause problems for iPhone users.
Looking to debunk a report that Microsoft's new motion-sensing video game controller might be racist, Consumer Reports says it found no evidence that Kinect has problems recognizing users with darker skin.
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