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  Can Apple break new iPhone sales records again?  
  New iPhones expected Wednesday  
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  Ever see what olive oil looks like up close?   These photos show the hidden chemistry of cooking
And no, we're not talking about crystal meth.
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    Cutting the Cord: New Slingbox adds free mobile apps
With latest Slingbox you get an ad here and there for unlimited free mobile apps.
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  Do NOT use Windex to clean your TV!   How to clean your TV
Whatever you do, do NOT use Windex!
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  Hundreds of Samsung Galaxy S6 edge smartphones create a giant image of the Galaxy S6 smartphone at the booth of South Korean electronics giant Samsung ahead of the opening of the 55th IFA electronics trade fair in Berlin.   Four trends spotted at the IFA tech conference
Smartwatches, smart homes, sharper TVs dominated gadget show in Berlin.
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  Zoombinis, a remake of the popular 1990s edutainment title, lets kids solve logic problems to overcome obstacles as they help hundreds of little blue creatures escape the oppressive rule of some ogres.   Math apps your kids will want to play
Fun math apps can help fire up your kids' brain cells.
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  Podcast recording in Venice Beach   Weekend listening - Apple preview, Siri vs. Google, Mayer's maternity leave
Weekend collection of podcasts from USA TODAY Tech staff
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  A Burning Man attendee checks an event map, which participants use instead of GPS on their smartphones.   Burning Man is where cellphones go to die
Burning Man is where cellphones go to die, and some of the nation's most tech savvy folks say that's just the way they like it.
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  Jeff Caldwell, general manager of the Portland Spirit sternwheeler, buys a new iPhone every year   Buying a new iPhone on day 1
Millions of people will rush out at the end of the month to nab that new iPhone when Apple releases it.
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    Can Siri revive Apple TV?
Revamped set-top box expected to have voice search, new remote and gaming.
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Indian Hindu devotees take a vow before forming a human pyramid in a bid to reach and break a dahi-handi (curd-pot) suspended in the air during celebrations for the Janmashtami festival, which marks the birth of Hindu God Lord Krishna, in Mumbai on S

Indian Hindu devotees take a vow before forming a human pyramid in a bid to reach and break a dahi-handi (curd-pot) suspended in the air during celebrations for the Janmashtami festival, which marks the birth of Hindu God Lord Krishna, in Mumbai on S
 
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