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Saturday, August 24 2019 @ 06:11 PM EDT
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The Paramus Post - Greater Paramus News and Lifestyle Webzine
Saturday, August 24 2019 @ 06:11 PM EDT
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The Paramus Post - Greater Paramus News and Lifestyle Webzine
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    BEING PREPARED

    Aethlon Medical wants the government to buy and stockpile the company\'s blood filter, which could be used in the event of a bioterror attack or spread of a pandemic flu. Seen is CEO James A. Joyce. CNS Photo by John Gastaldo.Read the story

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    JACK IS JUMPIN’

    Jack in the Box CEO Linda Lang, left, checks on an employee in the company’s test kitchen. CNS Photo by John GibbinsRead the story

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    NO TIME FOR TEMPTATION

    Roxanne Lococo, a cashier at Ralphs in San Diego, supervises four self-checkout registers from her station at the supermarket. CNS Photo by John Gibbins.Read the story

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    KEEPING TRACK OF PROFITS

    Airsis co-founders Jim Drewett, left, and Dean Rosenberg have built their business around the need for shipping terminals to maximize efficiency. Port Vision technology provides online access to real-time data about ship locations and movement. CNS Photo by Nelvin C. Cepeda.KEEPING TRACK OF PROFITS - Airsis co-founders Jim Drewett, left, and Dean Rosenberg have built their business around the need for shipping terminals to maximize efficiency. Port Vision technology provides online access to real-time data about ship locations and movement. CNS Photo by Nelvin C. Cepeda.Read the story

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    SONY AT THE FRONT

    Sony’s new PlayStation 3 costs from $500-$600 and uses cutting-edge technology. Each game costs about $60. CNS Photo courtesy of Sony.
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    NINTENDO JUST BEHIND

    Nintendo’s Wii costs about $250 and has a motion-sensing controller. Each games costs about $50. CNS Photo courtesy of PC Magazine. Read the story

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    SHRINKING EXPANSION

    Employees who worked on launching DivX’s Stage 6 display a surfboard they received as congratulations for a job well done. Stage 6 is like YouTube, but it focuses on high-quality user-generated videos. CNS Photo by Howard Lipin.Read the story

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    I’M GAME

    At first glance, the Wii controller looks like a TV remote control, but what\'s inside is what really counts. CNS Photo courtesy of Nintendo. Read the story

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    SONY COUNTERS

    Sony’s PlayStation 3 can output visuals at 1080p resolution, a feat never seen done before on a console. CNS Photo courtesy of SonyRead the story

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    NEW GRAPHICS

    Sony’s “NBA 07” is one of the first new games that run at a natural 1080p resolution. This creates lifelike visuals that look more like a sports broadcast than a video game. Below is a scene from \'The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess\' by Nintendo. CNS Photo courtesy of SonyRead the story

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    HOLIDAY TOYS

    At a San Diego mall, Geppetto\'s sales associate Marquita Spears stocks baby dolls in preparation for holiday shoppers. CNS Photo by Laura Embry.
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    REASON FOR THE SEASON

    Extravagant gift-buying and gift-giving at Christmas makes sense in some ways, experts say, but it also can be done differently. CNS Illustration by Scott Adrian Hinton.
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