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Ga. governor signs 'guns everywhere' into law
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ELLIJAY, Ga. — It's legal for licensed gun owners in Georgia to pack heat in bars, schools, churches and some government buildings. Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal, a Republican, on Wednesday signed the state's "Safe Carry Protection Act," which critics …

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OnePlus One Smartphone Is a Customizable Beast
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Tech startup OnePlus debuted its first smartphone called the One, combining a sleek and customizable appearance with some really powerful specifications. Launched under the company mantra, "never settle," the OnePlus One sports a 5.5-inch, full HD …

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Want a Wealthy Retirement? Follow the Math
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Another issue is a focus on "retirement." That seems to be a relatively new concept! Go back to Grandpa and Grandma on the farm — they worked as long as they could, and when they couldn't, they still helped in the kitchen and provided wisdom to the …

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Erika D. Smith: New 'cultural district' is unwise marketing ploy
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When we cobble together and then label something like Market East a "cultural district," it makes me wonder (again) if city leaders understand what the word "cultural" really means. Or, at the very least, if they understand what the word means to the …

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Two more sweet iPhone 6 concepts Apple should (but won't) make
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Two more epic iPhone 6 concepts get an "A" for imagination. We've already seen awesome but certainly impractical dual-screen and holographic iPhone 6 concepts, but the latest visions from the "If I were Tim Cook" department spotlight a new iPhone that …

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Worth of housing along Central Corridor rail line debated
www.twincities.com

Members of the Central Corridor Funders Collaborative say "workforce housing" developments targeted to the working poor and middle-income earners actually can stabilize a neighborhood as rents go up in response to the light rail. In poor neighborhoods …

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Your Money: Putting college ahead of retirement hurts ability to borrow …
www.nj.com

Archer and Nita, both age 50, are thinking "two down, one to go." Their youngest child will start college in the fall, and they've already paid higher education bills for their two older children. But they did it in a most interesting way, and it's …

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Apple's Laptop Opportunity
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Since the advent of the iPad, there's been a tendency on the part of Windows advocates to make something of a fetish of the keyboard: a computer couldn't be "useful" without one. Even when Microsoft (MSFT) fielded its own Surface tablets, it had to …

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TDK: Built to Record Every Lifestyle
www.huffingtonpost.com

I recently sat down to chat with TDK Corp executive director, Toshihide ("Toshi") Hokari about the evolution of this blast from the past company. TDK Corp started in Japan as TDK Electronics in 1935 as a manufacturer of cassette tapes and later …

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'Kill switch' may be standard on US phones in 2015
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Its proponents include law enforcement officials concerned about the rising problem of smartphone theft. "We appreciate the commitment made by these companies to protect wireless users in the event their smartphones are lost or stolen," said Steve …

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