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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, 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 that it will charge $70 a month for now 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 e-mail on smart phones.
The seemingly unlimited flow of newspaper content in the web may be into slowly dry up. New York Times 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 articles before inviting them to subscribe. The Times will join the Wall street 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 healthcare costs. The Nintendo Wii! They said the Wii balance board is clinically comparable to what’s known as the force platform in assessing the patient’s balance after a stroke. The Wii accessory only costs about a hundred dollars. The medical device typically sells for more than 15,000 dollars.
Finally, sarcasm can often be lost in e-mails but a company appropriately called Sarcasm has come up with a solution. It’s developed a 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 concerned the irony of your message will be lost. The symbol can be downloaded for $1.99 at SarcMark.com. Sounds like a great idea. Now, really.
For information on all these stories, log onto the technology page at abcnews.com. Those are your tech bytes, I’m Neil Kang.
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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.

For information of all these storys log onto the technology page of ABCnews.com.Those are your tech bytes,I'm NK
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And 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 not limited calling plan, down for $100 a month. AT&T matched its rival’s announcement on Friday. But both companies are requiring more customs to buy date 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 draw 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 journalist 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 broad is clinically comparable to what’s known as a false 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 $55,000.


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

It sounds like a great idea. No, Really.
For information 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 techbytes, cell phone's price war are heating up. beginning today both the veri on wireless and ant&t cutting price at a their calling plans. veri made the first move saying that it will charge 70 dollars a limited munites calling a month down to 100 dollars a month. at & t matched this rival announcement on Friday, but both companies are requiring more costumers to buy data plans used to acceess internet and check emails on smart phones.

it's seemingly that unlimited flow of newspapar contents on internet  slowly dry up. the Newyork Times reported they get ready to charge readers for access to site. Newyork magazine reports the paper will give readers access to a limited number of free articals before inviting them to subscribe. The Times will join the Wall street journalists two major papers to charge for content which could open the door for smaller papers to do the .

some doctors in Australia has found a way to cut health care costs.  The Nintendo Wii! They said the Wii balance board is clinically comparable to what’s known as the force platform in assessing the patient’s balance after a stroke. The Wii accessory only costs about a hundred dollars. The medical device typically sells for more than 15,000 dollars.

Finally, sarcasm can often be lost in e-mails but a company appropriately called Sarcasm has come up with a solution. It’s developed a 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 concerned the irony of your message will be lost. The symbol can be downloaded for $1.99 at SarcMark.com. sounds like a great idea~ really!
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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?
For information and all of these stories, log on to the technology page of ABCnews.com. Those are your tech bytes. I'm Miral Kong.
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homework
In today’s Tech Bytes, cell phone price war are heating up. Beginning today both the Verizon Wireless and at&t are cutting their prices on calling plans. Verizon made the first move, saying it would charge $70 a month for unlimited calling plan down from $100 a month. At&t matched its rival announce on Friday, but both companies are requiring more customers to buy dateplan used to access the internet and check emails on smartphones.The seemingly unlimited flow of newspaper content on the web may begin to slowly dry up. The New York Times has just reportes they were getting ready to charg readers with access with site. New York Magazine reports the paper would give readers access to limited number of 3 articles before inviting them to subscribe. The Times would join the Wall Sreet journalists two major papers to charge for content which could open the door for smaller papers to do the same.
Some dieters in Australia have found a way to cut health care costs – the Nintendo Wii. They say the way balance sport is clinically comparable to what’s known 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, appropiately called Sarcasm, has come up with the solution. It has developped 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 concern the irony of your message would be lost. The symbol can be downloaded for $1.99 at sarcmark.com. Sounds like a great idea. Now, really.
For information on these stories, log on to the technology page at abcnews.com. Those are your tech bytes, I’m Neil Kang.
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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 not limited calling plan, down for $100 a month. AT&T matched its rival’s announcement on Friday. But both companies are requiring more customers to buy date 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 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 journalist 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 broad is clinically comparable to what’s known as a false 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 has developed this new punctuation mark, the sarc mark, the dot inside a spiral line is supposed to be used at the end of sentence if you’re concerned the irony of your message will be lost. The simple can be downloaded for a $99 at sarckmark.com

It sounds like a great idea. No, Really.
For information of 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?
For information and all of these stories, log on to the technology page of ABCnews.com. Those are your tech bytes. I'm Miral Kong。
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In today's Tech Bytes,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 an unlimited 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 e-mail on smart phones.

The seemingly unlimited flow of newspaper content to the Web may begin to slowly dry up.The New York Times has 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 articles before inviting them to subscribe.The Times will join the Wall Street Journalist,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 * Wii.They say the Wii balance board is clinically comparable to what's known as a forth platform in assessing a patient's balance * stroke.The Wii accessory only costs about $100.Medical device typically sells for more than $15,000.

Finally.Sarcasm can often be lost in e-mails,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 are concerned the irony of your message will be lost.The symbol can be downloaded for $1.99 at sarcmark.com.Sounds like a great idea.No,really.

For information on all these stories,log on to the technology page of abcnews.com.Those are your Tech Bytes.I'm .
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In today's Tech Bytes,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 an unlimited 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 e-mail on smart phones.

The seemingly unlimited flow of newspaper content to the Web may begin to slowly dry up.The New York Times has 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 articles before inviting them to subscribe.The Times will join the Wall Street Journalist,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 forth platform in assessing a patient's balance after a  stroke.The Wii accessory only costs about $100.Medical device typically sells for more than $15,000.

Finally.Sarcasm can often be lost in e-mails,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 are concerned the irony of your message will be lost.The symbol can be downloaded for $1.99 at sarcmark.com.Sounds like a great idea.Now,really.

For information on all these stories,log on to the technology page of abcnews.com.Those are your Tech Bytes.I'm M Kong.
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[Homework]2010-01-31&02-03 无线上网价格大战

In today's techbytes cellphone price wars are heating up.Begining today both Verizon Wireless and at&t are cutting prices on their calling plans.Verizon made the first moves will charge 70 dollars a month for unlimited calling plan down from 100 dollars a month.At&t matches its rivals anouncement on Friday but both companies are requiring more customers to buy data palans used to access the internet and check e-mails on smartphones.
The seemingly unlimited flow of newspaper content in the web may beigin to a slowly dry up.The New York Times is reported  getting charge readers for access to a site.New York magzine reports readers access to unlimited from free articles before inviting them to suscribe.The times will join Wall street journalist 2 major papers,to charge for contact which could open the door for smaller papers to do the same.
Some doctors in Australia have found a way to cut healthcare costs,Nintendo Wii!They said the Wii balance board is clinically comparable to what's known as a 4th platform in accessing the paitents the balance after a stroke.The Wii access only costs about 100 dollars,the medical device typically sells for more than 15000 dollars.
Finally sarcasm can often be lost e-mails but a  company are probably called Sarcasm are come up with the solution.It's developed a new punction weightion mark,the start mark.The dot inside a spiral line is supposed to use the end of the scentence if it concern the iron of the message would be lost.The sombol can be download to 99.com,sounds like a great idea .No,really.
For information on all these stories to log on the techlogy page at ABCnews.com.Those are your techbytes .

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In today's TechBytes, 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 they will charge $70 a month for unlimited calling plan, down from $100 a month. AT&T matches its rival's announcement on Friday, but both companies are requiring more customers to buy data plans, use access to internet and check email on smart phones.

The seemingly unlimited flow of newspaper content on 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 would get readers access to a limited number of free articles before inviting them to subscribe. The Times will join the Wall Street Journalist, 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 way to cut health care costs, the Nintendo Wii. They say the Wii balance board is clinically comparable to what's known as force platform and accessing a patient's balance after a stroke. The Wii accessory only cost about $100; the medical device typically sells from more than $15000.

Finally sarcasm can often be lost in emails, but the company appropriately called Sarcasm has come up with the solution. It's developed this new punctuation mark, the Sarc Mark. The dot inside spiral line is supposed be used in the end of the sentence if you concern the irony of your message will be lost. This symbol can be downloaded for $1.99 at SarcMark.com. Sounds like a great idea, no, really?

For information of all these stories, log on to the technology page of ABCnews.com. Those your Techbytes, I am **.
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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 were heating up, beginning today both Verizon wireless and AT&T are cutting prices under calling plans. Verizon made the first moves saying it will charge 70 dollars a month for a non-limited calling plan down 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 e-mail on smart phone. This seemingly unlimited flow of newspaper content on 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 to access a limited number of 3 articles before inviting them to subscribe. The Times will join the Wall Street Journal as two major papers to charge for content which could open the door for smaller paper 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 cost about 100 dollars, the medical device typically sells for more than 15000 dollars. 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 suppose to be used at the end of the sentence if you’re concerned the irony of your message will be lost. The symbol can be downloaded from a dollar 99 at sarcamark.com. Sounds like a great idea. No, really, for information on all these stories log on to the technology page ABC news.com Those your tech bytes I’m **.

This post was generated by put listening repetition system,  Check the original dictation thread!
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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?
For information and all of these stories, log on to the technology page of ABCnews.com. Those are your tech bytes. I'm Merror Kong.
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