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Saturday, December 10 2016 @ 07:12 PM EST
The Paramus Post - Greater Paramus News and Lifestyle Webzine
Saturday, December 10 2016 @ 07:12 PM EST
The Paramus Post - Greater Paramus News and Lifestyle Webzine
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    LUCKY CRICKET

    Leticia Velasco sorts products for opening a Cricket store in Oceanside, Calif. The low-cost cell phone service provider also offers services in 52 other U.S. cities. CNS Photo by Eduardo Contreras.Read the story

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    SMARTER TOYS

    More toys come filled with electronics every year. The WowWee Roboreptile (left) has infrared eyes to spot objects in its path. Disney\'s Name-That-Song Mickey comes with a wireless keyboard. Thinkway\'s battery-powered Happy Feet: Tap Dancing Mumble sings and dances. CNS Photo by Earnie Grafton.Read the story

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    AUTOMOTIVE OPTIONS

    Cars offering high mileage or powered by alternative fuels parade up the pier in Santa Monica, Calif., heading for the recent Alternative Car and Transportation Expo. The car in front was a solar-powered Gem Neighborhood Car. CNS Photo by Carol Kron.
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    A HOLIDAY TRADITION

    Even if the economy slows down, experts predict that businesses are unlikely to abandon the annual employee holiday party. CNS Illustration. Read the story

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    FUTURE JET

    Linden Blue, Spectrum Aeronautical\'s founder, explains the company\'s plans while standing in a mock-up fuselage of the Spectrum Independence S-33 during a recent ceremony in El Cajon, Calif. CNS Photo courtesy of Spectrum Aeronautical.Read the story

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    BACKUP PLAN

    All too often, people don’t back up their hard drive. If it crashes, it means trouble. CNS Illustration by Cristina Martinez Byvik. Read the story

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    SINGAPORE INVESTMENT

    The city-state of Singapore identified biotechnology and stem cell research as the key to growing its economy. The government spent $376 million to build Biopolis, a nine-building hub for biotech research. CNS Photo courtesy of A-STAR.Read the story

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    TOP STOP

    Scott Southwood, a scientist at Pharmexa’s San Diego subsidiary, works with the company’s experimental vaccine. Several foreign-based drug companies have established units in the U.S. to court scientific talent and capital. CNS Photo by Scott Linnett.
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    AIR WAVES

    ViaSat technician Ken Reahr tests a business jet satellite system in Carlsbad, Calif. ViaSat’s systems will be installed on large Gulfstream jets. CNS Photo by Crissy Pascual. Read the story

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    COMEBACK AHEAD?

    Iomega’s Zip drives for backing up computer data were so popular that the company became a top name in the technology industry. CNS Photo. Read the story

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    GAMING GOLD

    Entrepreneurial players have figured out how to turn loot from “virtual world\' games into cold, hard, nonvirtual cash. CNS Photo IllustrationRead the story

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