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"Phonelike PCs failed before. Here's why they'll succeed now: Windows RT was an ill-fated attempt to make computers more power-efficient like smartphones. Microsoft and Qualcomm are giving the idea a second go." CNET 8:07 AM
"Connected cars: What happens to your data after you leave your rental car behind?" ZDNet 8:05 AM
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