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TECH JAPAN CANON TOSHIBA
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October 03, 2006
An attendant shows Toshiba's new HD DVD notebook PCs at the Combined Exhibition of Advanced Techologoies...
Tokyo, Japan
Attendant shows Toshiba's new HD DVD notebook PCs in Makuhari, Japan
An attendant shows Toshiba's new HD DVD notebook PCs at the Combined Exhibition of Advanced Techologoies (CEATEC) in Makuhari, northeast of Tokyo October 3, 2006. Toshiba unveiled the world's first slim HD DVD drive for notebook PCs that can read and write to HD DVD, standard DVDs and CDs. REUTERS/Toshiyuki Aizawa (JAPAN)
TECH JAPAN CANON TOSHIBA
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October 03, 2006
An attendant shows Toshiba's new HD DVD notebook PCs at the Combined Exhibition of Advanced Techologoies...
Tokyo, Japan
Attendant shows Toshiba's new HD DVD notebook PCs in Makuhari, Japan
An attendant shows Toshiba's new HD DVD notebook PCs at the Combined Exhibition of Advanced Techologoies (CEATEC) in Makuhari, northeast of Tokyo October 3, 2006. Toshiba unveiled the world's first slim HD DVD drive for notebook PCs that can read and write to HD DVD, standard DVDs and CDs. REUTERS/Toshiyuki Aizawa (JAPAN)
BRAZIL
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March 20, 2006
A man drives a tractor over thousands of fake watches during the public destruction of confiscated goods...
Sao Paulo, Brazil
A man drives a tractor over thousands of fake watches during the public destruction of confiscated goods...
A man drives a tractor over thousands of fake watches during the public destruction of confiscated goods in Sao Paulo March 20, 2006. More than 90 tons of fake pieces including watches, video cds, dvds, designer handbags and cosmetics with an estimated street price of $60 million were shown by authorities who seized the material last year in an ongoing operation to rid chinese Law Kin Chong, who is the biggest smuggler operating in Brazil, according with Federal Police. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker
BRAZIL PIRACY
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June 20, 2005
A steamroller runs over thousands of surrendered pirated CDs and DVDs in Rio de Janeiro June 20, 2005....
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
A steamroller runs over thousands of surrendered pirated CDs in Rio de Janeiro.
A steamroller runs over thousands of surrendered pirated CDs and DVDs in Rio de Janeiro June 20, 2005. A total of 140,000 pieces of pirated CDs and DVDs were destroyed in the Rio de Janeiro government's anti-piracy drive, a government official said. REUTERS/Bruno Domingos SM/KS
BRAZIL PIRACY
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June 20, 2005
Municipal workers throw some illegally copied CDs and DVDs into a pile meant to be disposed of in Rio...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Workers throw some illegally copied CDs and DVDs into a pile meant to be disposed of in Rio de Janeiro....
Municipal workers throw some illegally copied CDs and DVDs into a pile meant to be disposed of in Rio de Janeiro June 20, 2005. A total of 140,000 pieces of pirated CDs and DVDs were destroyed in the Rio de Janeiro government's anti-piracy drive, a government official said. REUTERS/Bruno Domingos SM/KS
BRAZIL PIRACY
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June 20, 2005
A steamroller runs over thousands of surrendered pirated CDs and DVDs in Rio de Janeiro June 20, 2005....
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
A steamroller runs over thousands of surrendered pirated CDs in Rio de Janeiro.
A steamroller runs over thousands of surrendered pirated CDs and DVDs in Rio de Janeiro June 20, 2005. A total of 140,000 pieces of pirated CDs and DVDs were destroyed in the Rio de Janeiro government's anti-piracy drive, a government official said. REUTERS/Bruno Domingos SM/KS
BRAZIL PIRACY
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June 20, 2005
Municipal workers dispose of illegally copied CDs and DVDs in Rio de Janeiro June 20, 2005. A total of...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Workers dispose of illegally copied CDs and DVDs in Rio de Janeiro.
Municipal workers dispose of illegally copied CDs and DVDs in Rio de Janeiro June 20, 2005. A total of 140,000 pieces of pirated CDs and DVDs were destroyed in the Rio de Janeiro government's anti-piracy drive, a government official said. REUTERS/Bruno Domingos SM/KS
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April 11, 2001
A'Zone Corp marketing manager Bernie Lee displays what his company says is the world's smallest desktop...
Singapore, Singapore
A'Zone Corp marketing manager Bernie Lee displays what his company says is the world's smallest desk.....
A'Zone Corp marketing manager Bernie Lee displays what his company says is the world's smallest desktop computer during its launch at an information technology and computer show in Singapore April 11, 2001. Dubbed the Cappuccino G1, the portable computer weighs 1.9 pounds, is about 6 inches square and 1.8 inches thick, and includes features typically found in larger desktops, including an Intel Pentium III 1GHz processor, a 20 GB hard disk, 256Mb of random access memory, an infrared port, a 56K modem, a network port, a small speaker, a CD or DVD drive, and ports for a keyboard, mouse, printer, monitor, television and other peripherals. Manufactured by Taiwan's Saintsong Corp, Singapore's A'Zone distributes and markets the computer in the Asia Pacific region, selling the top range model for about S$2400 ($1330), and aiming to market it for everyone from executives to exhibitors and students.
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