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  • Aftershock SM-15 Overview

    cnet.com 01 Sep '15, 1am

    Average User Rating 0 stars Be the first to review! Aftershock SM-15 Part Number: CNETAftershock SM-15 Where to Buy Pricing is currently unavailable. Discuss: Aftershock SM-15 Conversation powered by Livefyre

  • Aftershock SM-15 Overview

    cnet.com 01 Sep '15, 1am

    CNET Computers Laptops Aftershock SM-15 Aftershock SM-15 Overview User Reviews Average User Rating 0 stars Be the first to review! Aftershock SM-15 Part Number: CNETAftershock SM-15 Where to Buy Pricing is currently unavailable. Discuss: Aftershock SM-15 Conversation powered by Livefy...

  • Aftershock SM-15 Overview

    cnet.com 01 Sep '15, 1am

    Average User Rating 0 stars Be the first to review! Aftershock SM-15 Part Number: CNETAftershock SM-15 Where to Buy Pricing is currently unavailable. Discuss: Aftershock SM-15 Conversation powered by Livefyre

  • High-end Gravity gym taps fitness tech for top-level execs

    cnet.com 26 Aug '15, 1pm

    Enlarge Image The Gravity gym offers high-tech perks, like 3D body scans. Gravity SINGAPORE -- Housed on the highest floors in the same building as Twitter's Asia headquarters here, Gravity is no ordinary gym. Gravity , which opened less than a month ago, offers a high-tech workout to...

  • Uber delivers ice cream by drones to delighted Singaporeans

    cnet.com 24 Jul '15, 11am

    You could be slurping frozen treats on the high seas thanks to Uber and its drones. Uber Flying robots aren't a regular part of Uber's modus operandi, but on Friday the ride-sharing company is using the drones to deliver ice cream to customers in Singapore. Uber has been doing an ice-...

  • Lego gets 6-year-olds to rebuild their own country - Technically Incorrect: In a charming celebration of Singapore...

    Lego gets 6-year-olds to rebuild their own country

    cnet.com 09 Aug '15, 12am

    Technically Incorrect offers a slightly twisted take on the tech that's taken over our lives. Do they want to build more rocket launchpads? Um, no. Lego/YouTube screenshot by Chris Matyszczyk/CNET When 6-year-olds look at the current standard of political discourse -- especially, say,...

  • Uber delivers ice cream by drones to delighted Singaporeans

    cnet.com 24 Jul '15, 11am

    You could be slurping frozen treats on the high seas thanks to Uber and its drones. Uber Flying robots aren't a regular part of Uber's modus operandi, but on Friday the ride-sharing company is using the drones to deliver ice cream to customers in Singapore. Uber has been doing an ice-...

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