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[科技前沿] 【整理】2010-01-31&02-03 无线上网价格大战

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in today's techbit, cell phone price wars are heating up , beginning by verizon and at@t's cutting price on a calling plan. verizon makes the first move saying it would charge 70 dollars a month on a limited calling plan down from one hundred a month. at@t matched its rival and announced on friday. but both companies are requiring more customers by data plant and user access internet and check emails on smartphones.

the seemingly unlimited flower of newspaper contents in the web maybe  get slowly dried up. the new york times has been reportedly getting ready for charging readers for excess recite. new york times magazine reports the paper will give readers access to minimun number of three articles before invite them to subscribe. the times will join the washington journalists. the two major papers charge for the contents could open the door for smaller papers to do the same.

some doctors in Austrilia have found a way to cut health care, the Nintendo wii. they say the wii balance board is clinically copiable to what is now fourth platform in assessing patients balance extra stroke . the wii accessory only costs about a hundred dollars, the medical devices typically sell at least for more than 50 thousands dollars.

finally sarcasm can often be losted emails but a company approprietly called sarcasm has come up with a solution. it's about this new punctuation mark. the sarcmark .the dot inside the spiral line is supposed to be used at the end of the sentence. it is concerned with the irony of the message we lost. the symbol can be downloaded for dollars 99 at sarcmark dot com. sounds like a great idea. well really!
for more imformation on these stories. log on the technology pages in abc news dot com. those are techbite, i'm Ellen Tom.
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[Homework]【整理】2010-01-31&02-03 无线上网价格大战

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In today's Tech Byte, cell phone price wars are heating up.Beginning today ,both Verizon Wireless and AT&T are cutting prices on their calling plans. Version made the first move, saying it will charge $70 a month for a non-limited calling plan, down form $100 a month. AT&T match its rivals's announcement on Friday. But both companies are requiring more customers to buy data plans used to access the internet and check email on smart phones.
The seemingly unlimited flow of newspaper content in the web may begin to slowly dry up. The New York Time is reportedly getting ready to charge readers for access to its site. New York Magazine reports the paper would give readers access to a limited number of free articals before inviting them to subscribe. The Times would join the Wall Street Journal two major papers to charge for content which could open the door for smaller papers to do the same.
Some doctors in Australia have found a way to cut health care costs, the Nintendo Wii. They say the Wii balance body is clinically comparable to what 's know as a force platform in accessing a patient's balance after a stroke. The Wii accessory only costs about $100, the medical device typically sells for more than $15,000.
Finally , sarcasm can often be lost in emails. But a company, appropriately called scrcasm has come up with the solution . It's developed this new punctuation mark, the sarc mark, the dot inside a spiral line is supposed to be used the end of a sentence if you're concerned the irony of your  message will be lost. The symbol can be dowmloaded for a $99 at scarcmark .com.
It sounds like a great idea. No, really.
For information on all these stories log on to the technology page of ABCNews.com. Those your Tech Bytes, I'm ? Kong.

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AT&T matched it's rival’s announcement on Friday.
The New York Times is reportedly getting ready to charge readers for access to it's site.

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In today’s Tech Byte, cell phone price wars are heating up. Beginning today, both Verizon Wireless and AT&T are cutting prices on their calling plans. Verizon made the first move, saying it will charge $70 a month for a non-limited calling plan, down from $100 a month. AT&T matched its rival’s announcement on Friday. But both companies are requiring more customers to buy data plans used to access the internet and check email on smart phones.

This seemingly unlimited flow of newspaper content in the web may begin to slowly dry up. The New York Times is reportedly getting ready to charge readers for access to it's site. New York Magazine reports the paper will give readers access to a limited number of free articles before inviting them to subscribe. The Times will join the Wall Street Journal two major papers to charge for content which could open the door for smaller papers to do the same.

Some doctors in Australia have found a way to cut health care costs, the Nintendo WII. They say the WII balance board is clinically comparable to what’s known as a force platform in assessing a patient’s balance after a stroke. The WII accessory only costs about $100 dollars, the medical device typical sells for more than $15,000.

Finally, sarcasm can often be lost in emails. But a company, appropriately called Sarcasm has come up with the solution. It's developed this new punctuation mark, the sarc mark, the dot inside a spiral line is supposed to be used at the end of a sentence if you’re concerned the irony of your message will be lost. The symbol can be downloaded for a $99 at sarcmark.com

It sounds like a great idea. No, Really.
For information on all these stories log on to the technology page of abcnews.com. Those your Tech-Bytes, I’m H.K.
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[Homework]【整理】2010-01-31&02-03 无线上网价格大战

in today's tech byte,cell phone price wars are heating up.beginning today both verizon wireless and atnt are cutting prices on their calling plans,verizon made their first move,sayinng it will charge 70 dollars a month for unlimited calling plan,down from a 100 dollars a month,at and t match its rival's announcement on friday,but both companies are requiring more customers to buy dataplans used to access the internet and check e mail on smartphones,the seemingly unlimited flow of newspaper content in the wed may begin to slowly dry up,the new york time is reportedly getting ready to charge readers for access to its site,new york magzine reports the paper give readers access to unlimited number of free articles before inviting them to subscribe,the time will join in the wallstreet journalists two major papers to charge for content which could open the door for smaller papers to do the same,some doctors in australia have found a way to cut health care costs,the  niitendo wii,they say the wii balance board is clinically comparable to what is known as a force platform,and assessing a patient balance after a stroke,the wii accessory only cost about 100 dollar,medical deice typically sells for more than 15000 dollars,finally sarcasm can often be lost in email,but a company,appropriately called for sarcasm,has come up with the solution,its developed this new punctuation mark,the sarcmark,the dot inside a spiral line is supposed to be used at the end of a sentence,if you are considering the irony of your message will be lost,the symbol can be downloaded from dollar 99,thats sac mark dot com,sounds like a great idea,for information on all these stories,log onto the technology page of abc new.com

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homework 【整理】2010-01-31&02-03 无线上网价格大战

In today’s Tech Byte, cell phone price wars are heating up. Beginning today, both Verizon Wireless and AT&T are cutting prices or their calling plans. Verizon made the first move, saying it will charge $70 a month for a non-limited calling plan, down from $100 a month. AT&T matched it's rival’s announcement on Friday. But both companies are requiring more customers to buy data plans used to access the internet and check email on smart phones.
This seemingly unlimited flow of newspaper content in the web may begin to slowly dry up. The New York Times is reportedly getting ready to charge readers for access to it's site. New York Magazine reports the paper will give readers access to a limited number of free articles before inviting them to subscribe. The Times will join the Wall Street Journal two major papers to charge for content which could open the door for smaller papers to do the same.
Some doctors in Australia have found a way to cut health care costs, the Nintendo WII. They say the WII balance board is clinically comparable to what’s known as a force platform in assessing a patient’s balance after a stroke. The WII accessory only costs about $100 dollars, the medical device typical sells for more than $15,000.
Finally, sarcasm can often be lost in emails. But a company, appropriately called Sarcasm has come up with the solution. It's developed this new punctuation mark, the sarc mark, the dot inside a spiral line is supposed to be used at the end of a sentence if you’re concerned the irony of your message will be lost. The symbol can be downloaded for a $99 at sarcmark.com
It sounds like a great idea. well, Really.For information on all these stories log on to the technology page of abcnews.com. Those your Tech-Bytes, I’m H.K.
Homework
In today's tech bytes, cellphone price wars are heating up. Beginning today, both Verizon Wireless and AT&T are cutting prices on their calling plans. Verizon made the first move, saying it will charge 70 dollars a month for unlimited calling plan, down from 100 dollars a month. AT&T matched its rival's announcement on Friday. But both companies are requiring more customers to buy data plans used to access the internet and check email on smartphones.
The seemingly unlimited flow of newspaper content in the web may begin to slowly dry up. The New York Times is reportedly getting ready to charge readers for access to its site. New York Magazine reports the paper will give readers access to a limited number of free articles before inviting them to subscribe. The Times will join the Wall Street Journal as 2 major papers to charge for contents and could open the door for smaller papers to do the same.
Some doctors in Australia have found a way to cut health care costs, the Nintendo Wii. They say that Wii balance sport is clinically comparable to what's known as a force platform and assessing a patient's balance after a stroke. The Wii accessory only costs about 100. The medical device typicall sells for more than 1500 dollars.
Finally, sarcasm can often be lost in emails. But a company appropriately called Sarcasm has come up with a solution. It's developed this new punctuation mark, the Sarcmark. The dot inside a spiral line is supposed to be used at the end of a sentence if you're concerned the irony of your message would be lost. The symbol can be downloaded for 1.99 dollars at sarcmark.com. It sounds like a great idea. Now, really?
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In today's tech bytes,cellphone price wars are heating up.

Beginning today both the Verizon Wireless and the AT&T are cutting prices on the calling plans.Verizon madethe first move saying they will charge 70dollars a month for a limit calling plan down from 100dollars a month.AT&T matches its rival’s announcement on Friday, but both companies are requiring more customs by date plans use the access internet and check emails on smart phones.

The seemingly unlimited flow of newspaper content in the web may be in the slowly dry up.The New York times is reportedly getting ready to charge readers to access to its site.New York magazine reports the paper would give readers access to a limited number of free article before is subscribe.The Times would join the Wall Street Journalist to major papers to charge for content which could open the door for the smallar papers to do the same.

Some doctors in Australia have found  a way to cut health care costs.RTWay,they say the Way balance  board is clinically comparable to what's known as the forece platform in accessing patients balance after a stroke.The Way accessary only cost by a  hundred dollars . The medical device typically sells for more than 15 thousand dollars.

Finally S can often be lost in e-mails but the company appropriately call S is come up with solution.It developed its new punctuation mark--the SK Mark.The dot inside a spiral line is supposed to be used at the end of the sentence if you concern the irony of your message will be lost.The symbol can be downloaded for dollar 1.99 at SK Mark.com.Sounds like a great idea.no really.
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In today’s Tech Byte, cell phone price war is heating up. Beginning*, both Verizon Wireless and AT&T are cutting prices on their calling plans. Verizon made the first move, selling what charges $70 a month for a non-limited calling plan, down for $100 a month. AT&T *  it's rival* Friday. But both companies are requiring more customers to buy data plans used to access the internet and check email on smart phones.

This seemingly under many flow of newspaper content in the web begins to slowly dry up. The New York Times is reportedly getting ready to charge readers for access to it's site. New York Magazine reports the paper will give readers access to a limited number of free articles before inviting them to subscribe. The Times will join the *two major papers to charge for content which could open the door. For smaller papers,they do the same.

Some doctors in Australia have found a way to cut health care costs, the Nintendo WII. They say the WII balance board is clinically comparable to what’s known as a force platform in assessing a patient’s balance after a stroke. The WII accessory only costs about $100 dollars, the medical device typically sells for more than $50,000.

**** can often be lost in emails. But a company, appropriately called Sarcasm has come up with the solution. It  developed this new punctuation mark, the sarc mark, the dot inside a sparrow line is supposed to be used at the end of a sentence if you constrained the irony of your message will be lost. The symbol can be downloaded from.....

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In today’s Tech Byte, cell phone price wars are heating up. Beginning today, both Verizon Wireless and AT&T are cutting prices or their calling plans. Verizon made the first move, saying it will charge $70 a month for a non-limited calling plan, down from $100 a month. AT&T matched it's rival’s announcement on Friday. But both companies are requiring more customers to buy data plans used to access the internet and check email on smart phones.This seemingly unlimited flow of newspaper content in the web may begin to slowly dry up. The New York Times is reportedly getting ready to charge readers for access to it's site. New York Magazine reports the paper will give readers access to a limited number of free articles before inviting them to subscribe. The Times will join the Wall Street Journal two major papers to charge for content which could open the door for smaller papers to do the same.Some doctors in Australia have found a way to cut health care costs, the Nintendo WII. They say the WII balance board is clinically comparable to what’s known as a force platform in assessing a patient’s balance after a stroke. The WII accessory only costs about $100 dollars, the medical device typical sells for more than $15,000. Finally, sarcasm can often be lost in emails. But a company, appropriately called Sarcasm has come up with the solution. It's developed this new punctuation mark, the sarc mark, the dot inside a spiral line is supposed to be used at the end of a sentence if you’re concerned the irony of your message will be lost. The symbol can be downloaded for a $99 at sarcmark.com It sounds like a great idea. No, Really.For information on all these stories log on to the technology page of abcnews.com. Those your Tech-Bytes, I’m H.K.
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In today's tech bytes, cellphone price wars are heating up. Beginning today, both Verizon Wireless and AT&T are cutting prices on their calling plans. Verizon made the first move, saying it will charge 70 dollars a month for unlimited calling plan, down from 100 dollars a month. AT&T matched its rival's announcement on Friday. But both companies are requiring more customers to buy data plans used to access the internet and check email on smartphones.
The seemingly unlimited flow of newspaper content in the web may begin to slowly dry up. The New York Times is reportedly getting ready to charge readers for access to its site. New York Magazine reports the paper will give readers access to a limited number of free articles before inviting them to subscribe. The Times will join the Wall Street Journal as 2 major papers to charge for contents and could open the door for smaller papers to do the same.
Some doctors in Australia have found a way to cut health care costs, the Nintendo Wii. They say that Wii balance sport is clinically comparable to what's known as a force platform and assessing a patient's balance after a stroke. The Wii accessory only costs about 100. The medical device typicall sells for more than 1500 dollars.
Finally, sarcasm can often be lost in emails. But a company appropriately called Sarcasm has come up with a solution. It's developed this new punctuation mark, the Sarcmark. The dot inside a spiral line is supposed to be used at the end of a sentence if you're concerned the irony of your message would be lost. The symbol can be downloaded for 1.99 dollars at sarcmark.com. It sounds like a great idea. Now, really?
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