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It's Thursday,Febuary 9th,2012,I'm Bridget Carey on Cnet.com,it's time to get loaded,Kodak is drawing the curtain on its camera business.Kodak announced it no longer sell digital cameras,pocket-video cameras and digital picture frames.Insdead,Kodak will focus on printed photos for at-home printers and retail-based printing.It will also continue to sell camera accessories.Kodak filed for bankruptcy protection in January and this phase-out will the company a hundred million dollars in annual operating cost.The company will supervise customers' service on ** all warranties for its devices.

It's likely the US Justice Department will prove Google's acquisition of Motorola mobility according to the Wall Street Journal.The proven could come as early as next week and with that Google on thousands of patterns for Motorola,it's reported that some regulators remain concerned of Google neutral when it listens our patterns.

Protesters will be at that dozens of Apple Stores today to deliver online petitions that ask Apple to make working conditions better at its manufacturing plans in China.The groups,some of us,and change that org,each had their own petitions,gathering a combined 250 thousand signitures.The petitions will create after a New York Times series that highlight "the poor labor and safety" issues at factories Apple uses to make its products.

The up-and-coming photos-sharing social network path has responded to public our cry over its practice of gathering data from Iphone address books without notifying the users that it's done so.Path CEO Dave Morin postered an apology and said all address book data acquired so far has been deleted.And **** the Path App ** now which asks users for permission before it uploads phone context to Path service.The point of gathering context was that it can help users find out other people they don't want path.

Expect Google to create its own cloud-based storage service according to reports from the Wall Street Journal.It will be called "Drive" and be at direct competitor servicesbe like Dropbox.Drive will let users upload photos、documents and videos to Google service and allow sharing files with others.It could launch a few months,would offer free version and premium version with more stock space.And this could also tied to Google music,the service will let users upload their entire music libraries to Google service.And music lovers can get their ** grammy goodness before the big watch on this Sunday.Started at Friday,the Grammy's l**,a vibram items will broadcast three days of live video streams of VIP in back ** to gear for the show on Sunday at 8pm on CBS.

As offer my video,there's also a radio station playing music for the Grammy now moneys,as well as photos,tweets,news and trivium.

Those are your headlines for today,I'm Bridget Carey for Cnet.com,and you've just been loaded.

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        It's Thursday, February 9th,2012, I'm Bridget Carey on cnet.com, it's time to get loaded.
        Kodak is drawing the curtain on its camera business. Kodak announced it will no longer sell digital cameras, pocket video cameras and digital picture frames. Instead, Kodak will focus on printing photos for at home printers and retail based printing. It will also continue to sell camera accessories. Kodak filed for bankruptcy protection in January and this phase out would save the company a hundred million dollars in annual operating costs. The company will still provide customer service and honor all warranties for its devices.
        It's likely the US Justice Department will approve the Google's acquisition of Motorola mobility according to the Wall Street Journal. The approval could come as early as next week and with that Google on thousands of patents for Motorola, it's reported that some regulators remain concerned if Google can mean neutral when licenses our patents.
        Protesters will be at dozens of Apple stores today to deliver online petitions that ask Apple to make working conditions better at its manufacturing plants in China. The groups, some of us had change that org. Each had own petitions gathered and combined 250,000 signatures. The petitions were created after a New York Times series that highlighted the poor labor and safety issues at factories Apple uses to make its products.
        The up and coming photo sharing social network path has responded to public outcry over its practice of gathering data. From iPhone and address books without notifying the user that it's done so. Past CEO Dave Morin posted an apology has said all address book data acquired so far has been deleted. A new version the path app is available now which asks users for permission before tablets phone contacts to path servers. The point is gathering contacts was so can help buying users find other people they want app.
        Expect Google to create its own cloud based storage service according to reports from the Wall Street Journal. It would be called drive and be a direct competitor to services like Dropbox. Drive currently users upload photos documents and videos to Google servers and allow sharing files with others. It can launch a few months and would offer free version and a premium version with more storage space. And it’s also tied to Google music, the services that let users upload their entire music libraries to Google servers.
        And music lovers can get their fill a Grammy goodness before the big award show this Sunday. Starting on Friday the Grammy slide app available on iTunes will broadcast three days of live video streams and VIP in back, studio backs to gear for the show on Sunday at 8pm on CBS. As I offer my video, there's also a radio station playing music and Grammy nominees as well as photos, tweets, news and trivia.
        Those are your headlines for today, I'm Bridget Carey for Cnet.com and you've just been loaded.
        Hey guys, I’m Brian Cooley at cnet.com that we check the performance of a piece of tech, we check the performance of a piece of tech. If you love videos of cars or other high tech, high performance glory, check out at CNET CarTech videobroadcast,cnet.com/cartechtv.
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It's Thursday, February 9th, 2012,I'm Bridget Carey on Cnet.com ,it's time to get loaded,

Kodak is drawing the curtain on its camera business. Kodak announced it no longer sell digital cameras, pocket-video cameras and digital picture frames. Instead,  ,Kodak focus on printed photos for at-home printers and retail-based printing. It will also continue to sell camera accessories. Kodak filed for bankruptcy protection in January and this phase-out will save the company a hundred million dollars in annual operating cost. The company will  still provide customers' service on honor all warranties for its devices.

It's likely the US Justice Department will prove Google's acquisition of Motorola mobility according to the Wall Street Journal .The proof could come as early as next week and with that Google own thousands of patterns for Motorola, tit’s reported that some regulators remain concerned of Google can remain neutral when it licensed our patterns.

Protesters will be at that dozens of Apple Stores today to deliver online petitions that ask Apple to make working conditions better at its manufacturing plans in China
.The groups, some of us, and change that org, each had their own petitions, gathering a combined 250 thousand signitures.The petitions will create after a New York Times series that highlight "the poor labor and safety" issues at factories Apple uses to make its products.

The upcoming photos-sharing social network path has responded to public our cry over its practice of gathering data from Iphone address books without notifying the users that it's done.Path CEO Dave Morin posted an apology and said all address but data acquired so far has been deleted .any version the Path App are available now which asks users for permission before uploads phone context to Path service.The point of gathering context was so that can help users find out other people they know on path.

Expect Google to create its own cloud-based storage service according to reports from Wall Street Journal. It will be called "Drive" and be at direct competitor servicesbe like Dropbox.Drive will let users upload photos、documents and videos to Google service and allow sharing files with others.It could launch a few months ,with free version and premium version with more storage area .And this could also tied to Google music,the service will let users upload their entire music libraries to Google server .And music lovers can get their fellow grammy goodness before the big world show this Sunday. Started at Friday, the Grammy's live apps available on Itune will broadcast three days of live video streams of VIP in back stage fans to gear for the show on Sunday at 8pm on CBS.

As I from my video, there's also a radio station playing music from Grammy nominees as well as photos, tweets, news and trivia..

Those are your headlines for today,I'm Bridget Carey for Cnet.com,and you've just been loaded.
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[Homework]2012-02-12&02-18 柯达跟相机业务说拜拜

It's Thursday, February 9th, 2012. I'm Bridget Carey on cnet.com. And it's time to get loaded.
Kodak is drawing curtain on its camera business. Kodak announces it will no longer sell digital cameras, pocket video cameras, and digital picture frames. Instead, Kodak will focus on printing photos for at-home printers and retail-based printing, and it will also continue to sell camera accessories. Kodak filed for bankruptcy protection in January. And this phase out will save the company 100 million dollars in annual operating costs. The company will still provide customers service and honor all warranties for devices.
It's likely the US Justice Department will approve Google's acquisition of Motorola mobility according to the Wall Street Journal. The approval could come as early as next week. And with it Google on thousands of patents for Motorola, it's reported that some regulators remain concern that Google will can remain neutral when its licences out of patents.
Protestors will be dozons at Apple stores today to deliver online petitions that asks Apple to make working condition better at its manufacturing plants in China. The gourp, some of us, and changed that all, each has their own petitions, gathering a combined 250 thousand signatures. Their petitions were created after a New York Time series that highlighted the poor labor and safty issues at factories Apple uses to make their products.
The up and coming photo sharing social network path has responded to public out cry over its practice of gathering data from iPhone addres book without notifying the users it's done so. Path's CEO David /mon posted an apology and said all address book data acquired so far has been deleted. A new version of the Path // available now which asks users for permission before upload its phone contacts to Path service. The point of gathering contacts was so can help find users to find other people they know on Pac.
Expect Google's created its own cloud base storage service, according to a report from the Wall Street Journal, it will be called derive, and will be a direct competitor to services like Drop Box. Drive will let users upload photos, documents and videos to Google service and allow sharing files with others. It can launch a few month with offer free version and premium version with more storage space. And this could also tied to Google music, the service can allow users to upload their entire music library to Google service.
And music lovers can get their favourite Grammy goodness before the big world show this Sumday. Started at Friday, the Grammy' live app available on iTunes, will broadcast 3 days of live video stream of VIP and in back stage fans to gear for the show on Sunday at 8pm on CBS. As from My Video, there's also a radio staton play musics from the Grammy Nomany as well as photos, t/ and /.
Those your headlines for today. I'm Bridget Carey from cnet.com. And you've just been loaded.

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It is Thursday February 9, 2012, I'm Bridget Carey on CNet.com and it's time to get loaded.
Kodak is drawing curtain on its camera business. Kodak announced it will no longer sell digital cameras, pocket video cameras and digital picture frames. Instead, Kodak will focus on printing photos for at home printers and retail based printing. It will also continue to sell camera accessories. Kodak filed for bankruptcy protection in January and this phase out would save the company a hundred million dollars in annual operating costs. The company will still provide customer service and honor all warranties for its devices.
It's likely that the US Justice Department will approve Google's acquisition of Motorola mobility according to the Wall street Journal. The approval could come as early as next week. And with that Google own thousands of patents for Motorola, it's reported that some regulators remain concerned if Google can mean neutral when its license our patents.  
Protestors will be at dozens of Apple stores today to deliver online petitions that ask Apple to make working conditions better at its manufacturing plants in China. The groups "some of us" and "changed that org" each had their own petitions gathered and combined 250.000 signatures. The petition was created after a New York Times series that highlighted the poor labor and safety issues at factories Apple uses to make its products.
The upcoming photo sharing social network Path has responded to public outcry over its practice of gathering data from the Iphone address books without notifying the user that it's done so. Path CEO Dave Morin posted an apology has said all the address book data acquired so far has been deleted. A new version of Path App is available now which asks users for permission before uploads the phone contacts to Path servers. The point of gathering contacts was so can help  users to find other people they know on Path.
Expect google to create its own cloud based storage service according to reports from the Wall Street Journal. It would be called "Drive" and be a direct competitor to services like Dropbox. Drive  will let users upload photos, documents and videos to google servers and allow sharing files with others. It can launch a few months and would offer free version and a premium version with more storage space and it's could also tied to google music. The services that let users upload their entire music libraries to google servers.
And music lovers can get their fill a Grammy goodness before the big award shows this Sunday. Starting on Friday, the Grammy live App, available on itunes will broadcast 3 days of live video streams on VIP in back stage fans to gear for the show on Sunday at 8pm on  CBS. As I offer my radio, this is also a radio station playing music from the Grammy nominees as well as photos, tweets, news and trivia.
Those are your headlines for today. I'm Bridget Carey for Cnet.com and you've just been loaded.
Hey, folks, I'm Brian Cooley at cnet.com Now when we check the performance of the piece of tech, we check the performance of the piece of tech. If you love video of cars or all their high tech and high performance glory, check out the Cnetcartech at video podcast Cnet.com/cartechtv

[Homework]2012-02-12&02-18 柯达跟相机业务说拜拜

It's Thursday Febuary night 20:12, I'm B.C. on Cnet.com.it's time to get loaded.Kodak is drawing the cutain on its camera business.
Kodak announced no longer sell digital cameras, pocket video cameras and digital pictures frames.instead Kodak will focus on printed photos for at home printer and retail based printing, it will also continue to sell camera assessories, Kodak filed for bankruptcy protection in January and this  phase out  will save the company hundreds million dallars in annual operation cost.

the company will superivse customer service on honour all warranties and services,it's likely the US Justice department will prove Google acquisition of Motorola mobility according to the Wall Street Journal,the prove could come as earlier next week.and with the Google on thousands patents for Motorola, it's reported that some regulators remain concern of Google can mean neutral when license our patents.

protest would be as a dozens of Apple stores today to delivery onlinepetition that asks Apple to make working condition better at manufactoring plants in China. the group's some advise and change that org, each has under conditions,gathering  conbined two hundred fifty thousand signitures that petition was created after New York Times series that headlighted the poor labor and safety issue about the factories of Apple uses to makes its products.

the upcoming photo sharing social network path has respond that public require over its practice of gathering data for the iPhone address book without notifying the users that it's done so, Path CEO David More posed the apology that said all address book data axquired so far has been deleted,and universial Path ex-valuble which asked users for permission before it uploaded phone contact to Path the servers, the point is getting the context was that can help users or other people, the don't want Path
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expect Google to creat the own cloud-store service according to report the Wall Street Journal, it will be called Drive,and be direct competition services like Dropbox, Drive will let users upload photo service document and video to Google service and allow sharing files with others , it could launch a few month with offer free version and premium version with more store space, and this also tied to google music service like users upload entire music libary to Google servers, and music lovers can get their fill a Grammy google business before big watch show on Sunday,starting on Sunday the Grammy slide app available on iTune will broadcast for three days of live video steams of VIP in back stage to gear for the show on Sunday at 8pm on CBS,as my video that's also radio station play music Grammy nominees, as well as photos, tweets  news trivia. those are your headlines today, I'm B.C. for Cnet.com and just been loaded
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Kodak is drawing the curtain on its camera business. Kodak announced it will no longer sell digital cameras, pocket video cameras and digital picture frames. Instead, Kodak will focus on printing photos for at home printers and retail-based printing. It will also continue to sell camera accessories. Kodak filed for bankruptcy protection in January and this phase out would save the company a hundred million dollars in annual operating costs. The company will still provide customer service and honor all warranties for its devices.
     It's likely the US Justice Department will approve the Google's acquisition of Motorola mobility according to the Wall Street Journal. The approval could come as early as next week and with that Google owns thousands of patents for Motorola. It's reported that some regulators remain concerned if Google can remain neutral when licenses our patents.
        Protesters will be at dozens of Apple stores today to deliver online petitions that ask Apple to make working conditions better at its manufacturing plants in China. The groups, some of us had change that org. Each had own petitions gathered and combined 250,000 signatures. The petitions were created after a New York Times series that highlighted the poor labor and safety issues at factories Apple uses to make its products.
    The upcoming photo sharing social network path has responded to public outcry over its practice of gathering data from iPhone and address books without notifying the user that it's done so. Path CEO Dave Morin posted an apology has said all address book data acquired so far has been deleted. A new version the path app is available now which asks users for permission before tablets phone contacts to path servers. The point is gathering contacts was so can help buying users find other people they know on Path.
        Expect Google to create its own cloud based storage service according to reports from the Wall Street Journal. It would be called drive and be a direct competitor to services like Dropbox. Drive will let users upload photos documents and videos to Google servers and allow sharing files with others. It can launch a few months and would offer free version and a premium version with more storage space. And it’s also tied to Google music, the services that let users upload their entire music libraries to Google servers.
        And music lovers can get their fill a Grammy goodness before the big award show this Sunday. Starting on Friday the Grammy slide app available on iTunes will broadcast three days of live video streams and VIP in back, studio backs to gear for the show on Sunday at 8pm on CBS. As I offer my video, there's also a radio station playing music and Grammy nominees as well as photos, tweets, news and trivia.
      Those are your headlines for today, I'm Bridget Carey for Cnet.com and you've just been loaded.
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It's Thursday, February 9th, 2012. I'm Bridget Carey on CNET.com and it's time to get loaded.

Kodak is drawing the curtain on its camera businesses. Kodak announced it will no longer sell digital cameras, pocket video cameras and digital picture frames. Instead, Kodak will focus on printing photos for at home printers and retail based printing. It will also continue to sell camera accessories. Kodak filed for bankruptcy protection in January and this phaseout will save the company $100 million in annual operating cost. The company will still provide customer service and honor all warranties for its devices.


It's likely the US Justice Department will approve Google's acquisition of Motorola Mobility according to the Wall Street Journal. The approval could come as early as next week. And with that, Google owned thousands of patents from Motorola, it's reported that some regulators remain concerned if Google can remain neutral when it licenses out patents.

Protesters will be at dozens or so Apple stores today to deliver online petitions that ask Apple to make working conditions better at its manufacturing plants in China. The groups SumOfUs and Change.org, each had their own petitions, together in a combined 250,000 signatures. The petitions were created after a New York Time series that highlighted the poor labor and safety issues at factories Apple uses to make its products.

The up and coming photo sharing social network Path has reponded to public outcry over its practice of gathering data from iphone address books without notifying the users as it's done so. Path CEO Dave Morin posted an apology and said all address book data acquired so far has been deleted. And a new version of Path app is available now which asks users for permission before uploads phone contacts to Path servers. The point of gathering contacts was so it can help find users, find other people they know on Path.

Expect Google to create its own cloud based storage service according to reports from Wall Street Journal. It will be called Drive and be a directive competitor to services like Dropbox. Drive will let users upload photos, documents and videos to Google servers and allow sharing files with others. It could launch in a few months, would offer a free version and a premium version with more storage space. And this could also tie to Google music, the service that lets users upload their entire music libraries to Google servers.

And music lovers can get their filled Grammy goodness before the big world show this Sunday. Starting on Friday, the Grammys live app available on iTunes will broadcast three days of live video streams of VIP in backstages bands to gear up for the show on Sunday at 8pm on CBS. As live off my video, there is also a radio station playing music of the Grammy nominees as well as photos, tweets, news and trivia.

Those are your headlines for today. I'm Bridget Carey for CNET.com and you've just been loaded.
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[Homework]2012-02-12&02-18 柯达跟相机业务说拜拜

It's Thursday,Feb 9 2012, I'm ??? on CNN.com and it's time to get loaded. Kodak is drawing curtain on its camera business. Kodak announced it will no longer sell its digital cameras, pocket video cameras and digital pictures frames. Instead, Kodak forcus on print photos for at home printers and retail base printing. It will also continue selling its camera accessories. Kodak files for bankruptcy protection in Jan and this phase out will save the company a hundrand million dollars in annual operating cost. The company would still provide customer service and all warranties for its devices.
It's likely the US Justice department will approve Google's acquisition of Motorola mobility according to the Wall Street Jounary. The approvals could come as early as next week and with googles own thousands of patents for Motorola. It reports some regulators remains concern that goole carry netural licence out patents.
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As I from my video, there's also a radio station playing music from Grammy nominees as well as photos, tweets, news and trivia..

Those are your headlines for today,I'm Bridget Carey for Cnet.com,and you've just been loaded.




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It's Thursday, Febuary 9th,2012. I'm Bridget Carey on CNet.com, and it's time to get loaded. Kodak is drawing the curtain on its camera business. Kodak announced it would no longer sell digital cameras, pocket video cameras and digital picture frames. Instead, Kodak will focus on printed photos for at-home printers and retail based printing. It will also continue to sell camera accessories. Kodak filed for bankruptcy protection in January and this phase-out will save the company 100 million dollars in annual operating cost. The company will still provide customer services on honor all warranties for its devices.  

It's likely the US Justice Department will approve Google's acquisition of Motorola Mobility according to Wall Street Journal. The approval could come as early as next week and with Google own thousands of patterns from Motorola. It's reported that some regulators remain concerned of Google can remain neutral when it licenses our patterns.

Protesters will be at dozens of Apple Stores today to deliver online petitions that ask Apple to make working conditions better at its manufacturing plants in China. The group, some of us, and Change That org, each had their own petitions, gathering a combined 250,000 signatures. The petitions were created after a New York Times series that highlighted the poor labor and safety issues at factories Apple uses to make to make its products.

The up and coming photo sharing social network path has responded to public outcry over its pratice of gathering data from Iphone address books without notifying the users as it's done so. Path CEO Dave Morin posted an apology and said all address phone data acquired has been deleted. Any version that the Path App are available which asks users for permission before uploads phone context to Path service. The point of gathering context was so it can get help users find other people they know on Path.

Expect Google to create its own cloud based storage service according to reports from Wall Street Journal. It will be called "Drive" and be as direct competitor to services like Dropbox. Drive will let users upload photos, documents and videos to Google service and allow sharing files with others. It could launch a few months with offer free version and premium version with more storage space. And this could also tie to Google music, the service that lets users upload their entire music libraries to Google servers. And music lovers can get their fellow Grammy goodness before the big walkshow this Sunday. Started on Friday, the Grammy's live apps available on Itunes will broadcast three days of live video streams of VIP in back stage fans to gear for the show on Sunday at 8.pm on CBS.

As I from my video, there's also a radio station playing music from Grammy nominees as well as photos, tweets, news and trivia..

Those are your headlines for today,I'm Bridget Carey for Cnet.com,and you've just been loaded.
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It's Thursday, February 9th, 2012. I'm Bridget Carey on CNET.com and it's time to get loaded.

Kodak is drawing the curtain on its camera business. Kodak announced it will no longer sell digital cameras, pocket video cameras and digital picture frames. Instead, Kodak will focus on printing photos for at home printers and retail based printing. It will also continue to sell camera accessories. Kodak filed for bankruptcy protection in January and this phase out will save the company $100 million in annual operating costs. The company will still provide customer service and honor all warranties for its devices.

It's likely the US Justice Department will approve Google's acquisition of Motorola Mobility according to the Wall Street Journal. The approval could come as early as next week. And with that, Google owned thousands of patents from Motorola. It's reported that some regulators remain concerned if Google can remain neutral when it licenses out patents.

Protesters will be at dozens or so Apple stores today to deliver online petitions that ask Apple to make working conditions better at its manufacturing plants in China. The groups SumOfUs and Changethat.org, each had their own petitions, together in a combined 250,000 signatures. The petitions were created after a New York Time series that highlighted the poor labor and safety issues at factories Apple uses to make its products.

The up and coming photo sharing social network Path has responded to public outcry over its practice of gathering data from iPhone address books without notifying the user as it's done so. Path CEO Dave Morin posted an apology and said all address book data acquired so far has been deleted. And a new version of the Path app is available now which asks users for permission before uploads phone contacts to Path servers. The point of gathering contacts was so it can help find users, find other people they know on Path.

Expect Google to create its own cloud based storage service according to reports from Wall Street Journal. It’ll be called Drive and be a directive competitor to services like Dropbox. Drive would let users upload photos, documents and videos to Google servers and allow sharing files with others. It could launch in a few months, would offer a free version and a premium version with more storage space. And this could also tie to Google Music, the service that lets users upload their entire music libraries to Google servers.

And music lovers can get their filled Grammy goodness before the big award show this Sunday. Starting on Friday, the Grammys live app available on iTunes will broadcast three days of live video streams of VIP in backstage events to gear up for the show on Sunday at 8pm on CBS. As Live of My Video, there’s also a radio station playing music from the Grammy nominees as well as photos, tweets, news and trivia.

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