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JAPAN-CAFE/
RTS7CWI2 
April 21, 2022 
Computer mouses and chargers for customers are pictured at the Manuscript Writing Cafe, which is designed... 
Tokyo, Japan 
The Manuscript Writing Cafe in Tokyo 
Computer mouses and chargers for customers are pictured at the Manuscript Writing Cafe, which is designed for writers who are working on a deadline, in Tokyo, Japan, April 21, 2022. Picture taken on April 21, 2022. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon 
AUCTION-APPLE/STEVE JOBS
RTS654AV 
March 08, 2022 
A 1960s Douglas Engelbart 'skeleton' computer mouse is displayed during a preview of items offered in... 
New York, UNITED STATES 
Items from "The Steve Jobs Revolution" sale offered by RR Auction in New York 
A 1960s Douglas Engelbart 'skeleton' computer mouse is displayed during a preview of items offered in RR Auction's "The Steve Jobs Revolution" sale, in New York City, U.S. March 8, 2022. REUTERS/Mike Segar 
AUCTION-APPLE/STEVE JOBS
RTS6549E 
March 08, 2022 
A 1960s Douglas Engelbart X-Y computer mouse is displayed during a preview of items offered in RR Auction's... 
New York, UNITED STATES 
Items from "The Steve Jobs Revolution" sale offered by RR Auction in New York 
A 1960s Douglas Engelbart X-Y computer mouse is displayed during a preview of items offered in RR Auction's "The Steve Jobs Revolution" sale, in New York City, U.S. March 8, 2022. REUTERS/Mike Segar 
LOGITECH INTL-RESULTS/
RTX83O61 
October 20, 2020 
Logitech keyboards and mouse are seen in the computer shop in Zenica, Bosnia and Herzegovina October... 
Zenica, Bosnia and Herzegovina 
Logitech keyboards and mouse are seen in the computer shop in Zenica 
Logitech keyboards and mouse are seen in the computer shop in Zenica, Bosnia and Herzegovina October 20, 2020. REUTERS/Dado Ruvic 
LOGITECH INTL-RESULTS/
RTX83O60 
October 20, 2020 
Logitech mouse is placed on the keyboard in the computer shop in Zenica, Bosnia and Herzegovina October... 
Zenica, Bosnia and Herzegovina 
Logitech mouse is placed on the keyboard in the computer shop in Zenica 
Logitech mouse is placed on the keyboard in the computer shop in Zenica, Bosnia and Herzegovina October 20, 2020. REUTERS/Dado Ruvic 
LOGITECH INTL-RESULTS/
RTX83O5X 
October 20, 2020 
Logitech mouses are seen in the computer shop in Zenica, Bosnia and Herzegovina October 20, 2020. REUTERS/Dado... 
Zenica, Bosnia and Herzegovina 
Logitech mouses are seen in the computer shop in Zenica 
Logitech mouses are seen in the computer shop in Zenica, Bosnia and Herzegovina October 20, 2020. REUTERS/Dado Ruvic 
TECH-ISRAEL/UKRAINE
RTS18MBI 
June 26, 2017 
A specialist of IT company Infopulse uses a computer mouse in his office in Kiev, Ukraine, June 13, 2017.... 
Kiev, Ukraine 
A specialist of IT company Infopulse uses a computer mouse in his office in Kiev 
A specialist of IT company Infopulse uses a computer mouse in his office in Kiev, Ukraine, June 13, 2017. Picture taken June 13, 2017. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich 
UKRAINE-ELECTRONICS/
RTX2B12R 
April 21, 2016 
A Lenovo logo is seen at the computer mouse in Kiev, Ukraine April 21, 2016. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich 
Kiev, Ukraine 
A Lenovo logo is seen at the computer mouse in Kiev 
A Lenovo logo is seen at the computer mouse in Kiev, Ukraine April 21, 2016. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich 
CHINA-HOSTESS/WIDERIMAGE
RTR4XJH5 
April 16, 2015 
Online hostess fan Wang Dong uses a computer mouse as he chats with a hostess, at home in Beijing, March... 
Beijing, China 
Wider Image: China's Online Hostesses 
Online hostess fan Wang Dong uses a computer mouse as he chats with a hostess, at home in Beijing, March 20, 2015. In China's online hostessing world, men find virtual company and the women can find riches. There are more than 10,000 hostesses on the internet site bobo.com, a live broadcasting web platform where anyone can record themselves singing, playing piano, dancing or just chatting. REUTERS/Jason Lee

PICTURE 17 OF 27 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY ‘CHINA’S ONLINE HOSTESSES’

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CHINA-HOSTESS/WIDERIMAGE
RTR4XJH2 
April 16, 2015 
Online hostess Sun Xiaohou uses a computer mouse, next to her wig and cosmetic bag, as she gives a live... 
Beijing, China 
Wider Image: China's Online Hostesses 
Online hostess Sun Xiaohou uses a computer mouse, next to her wig and cosmetic bag, as she gives a live broadcast in Beijing April 4, 2015. In China's online hostessing world, men find virtual company and the women can find riches. Sun is one of more than 10,000 hostesses on the internet site bobo.com, a live broadcasting web platform where anyone can record themselves singing, playing piano, dancing or just chatting. REUTERS/Jason Lee

PICTURE 21 OF 27 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY ‘CHINA’S ONLINE HOSTESSES’

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GOOGLE-EU
RTR4XG8S 
April 15, 2015 
A woman hovers a mouse over the Google and European Union logos in Sarajevo, in this April 15, 2015 photo... 
Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina 
A woman hovers a mouse over the Google and European Union logos in Sarajevo 
A woman hovers a mouse over the Google and European Union logos in Sarajevo, in this April 15, 2015 photo illustration. The European Union accused Google Inc on Wednesday of cheating competitors by distorting Internet search results in favour of its Google Shopping service and also launched an antitrust probe into its Android mobile operating system. This logo has been updated and is no longer in use. REUTERS/Dado Ruvic 
CHINA/
RTX14DDR 
October 16, 2013 
A computer mouse is illuminated by a projection of a Chinese flag in this photo illustration October... 
Singapore, Singapore 
Photo illustration of a computer mouse illuminated by a projection of a Chinese flag 
A computer mouse is illuminated by a projection of a Chinese flag in this photo illustration October 1, 2013. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (SINGAPORE - Tags: CRIME LAW BUSINESS TELECOMS) 
CHINA/
RTX14DDQ 
October 16, 2013 
A computer mouse is illuminated by a projection of a Chinese flag in this photo illustration October... 
Singapore, Singapore 
Photo illustration of a computer mouse illuminated by a projection of a Chinese flag 
A computer mouse is illuminated by a projection of a Chinese flag in this photo illustration October 1, 2013. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (SINGAPORE - Tags: CRIME LAW BUSINESS TELECOMS) 
KOREA-NORTH/
RTXY8GK 
April 04, 2013 
A tablet with one of the pictures posted in the official North Korean Flickr account is seen in this... 
Singapore, Singapore 
A tablet with one of the pictures posted in the official North Korean Flickr account is seen in this... 
A tablet with one of the pictures posted in the official North Korean Flickr account is seen in this photo illustration taken in Singapore April 5, 2013. North Korea's official Flickr and Twitter accounts were targeted by hackers on April 4. Some of the pictures in the Flickr account were replaced by a caricature of North Korea's leader Kim Jong-un as "Pigsy" from the classic Chinese novel "Journey to the West". REUTERS/Pablo Sanchez (SINGAPORE - Tags: POLITICS SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
TEA-BRITAIN/CHINA
RTR3D7WH 
February 01, 2013 
A cup of tea is seen on an office table at the Tregothnan Estate near Truro in Cornwall January 15, 2013.... 
Truro, United Kingdom 
A cup of tea is seen on an office table at the Tregothnan Estate near Truro in Cornwall 
A cup of tea is seen on an office table at the Tregothnan Estate near Truro in Cornwall January 15, 2013. Tregothnan is bucking an historic trend by growing tea in England and exporting almost half of it abroad, including to tea-growing nations like China and India. Owned by a descendant of 19th century British Prime Minister Charles Grey, after whom the Earl Grey tea blend was named, the Tregothnan estate has been selling tea since 2005 and currently produces around 10 tonnes a year of tea and infusions. Picture taken January 15, 2013. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (BRITAIN - Tags: SOCIETY FOOD BUSINESS)

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UKRAINE/
RTR316Q5 
April 25, 2012 
An employee uses a computer mouse inside an office in Kiev April 24, 2012. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich (UKRAINE... 
Kiev, Ukraine 
An employee uses a computer mouse inside an office in Kiev 
An employee uses a computer mouse inside an office in Kiev April 24, 2012. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich (UKRAINE - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY) 
GERMANY/
RTR2YKPM 
February 28, 2012 
Monitors running Windows are pictured at the press center of the annual news conference of Bayer in Leverkusen... 
Leverkusen, Germany 
Monitors running Windows are pictured at the press center of the annual news conference of Bayer in Leverkusen... 
Monitors running Windows are pictured at the press center of the annual news conference of Bayer in Leverkusen February 28, 2012. This logo has been updated and is no longer in use. REUTERS/Ina Fassbender (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY) 
USA/
RTR2VOYG 
December 28, 2011 
A woman uses a mallet to destroy a computer mouse and seashells on "Good Riddance Day" in New York December... 
New York, UNITED STATES 
A woman uses a mallet to destroy a computer mouse and seashells on "Good Riddance Day" in New York 
A woman uses a mallet to destroy a computer mouse and seashells on "Good Riddance Day" in New York December 28, 2011. The annual "Good Riddance Day" event invites people to shred messages that represent memories or events that they want to forget as they enter the new year. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY) 
GERMANY/
RTR2TBN7 
October 28, 2011 
Jonas Pfeil of the Berlin Technical University holds a throwable panoramic ball camera in Berlin, October... 
Berlin, Germany 
Pfeil of the Berlin Technical University holds a throwable panoramic ball camera in Berlin 
Jonas Pfeil of the Berlin Technical University holds a throwable panoramic ball camera in Berlin, October 28, 2011. The device contains 36 mobile phone cameras that take a picture at the highest point of the ball's trajectory. A computer program subsequently merges all pictures to a 360 degree image that can be viewed on a monitor by dragging the mouse in the desired direction. Pfiel developed the ball camera as a university thesis project. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (GERMANY - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY) 
GERMANY/
RTR2TBN6 
October 28, 2011 
Jonas Pfeil of the Berlin Technical University holds a throwable panoramic ball camera in Berlin, October... 
Berlin, Germany 
Pfeil of the Berlin Technical University holds a throwable panoramic ball camera in Berlin 
Jonas Pfeil of the Berlin Technical University holds a throwable panoramic ball camera in Berlin, October 28, 2011. The device contains 36 mobile phone cameras that take a picture at the highest point of the ball's trajectory. A computer program subsequently merges all pictures to a 360 degree image that can be viewed on a monitor by dragging the mouse in the desired direction. Pfiel developed the ball camera as a university thesis project. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (GERMANY - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY) 
GERMANY/
RTR2TBN5 
October 28, 2011 
Jonas Pfeil of the Berlin Technical University throws a panoramic ball camera near the Brandenburg Gate... 
Berlin, Germany 
Pfeil of Berlin Technical University throws panoramic ball camera near Brandenburg Gate in Berlin 
Jonas Pfeil of the Berlin Technical University throws a panoramic ball camera near the Brandenburg Gate in Berlin, October 28, 2011. The device contains 36 mobile phone cameras that take a picture at the highest point of the ball's trajectory. A computer program subsequently merges all pictures to a 360 degree image that can be viewed on a monitor by dragging the mouse in the desired direction. Pfiel developed the ball camera as a university thesis project. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (GERMANY - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY) 
GERMANY/
RTR2TBN3 
October 28, 2011 
Jonas Pfeil of the Berlin Technical University throws a panoramic ball camera near the Brandenburg Gate... 
Berlin, Germany 
Pfeil of Berlin Technical University throws panoramic ball camera near Brandenburg Gate in Berlin 
Jonas Pfeil of the Berlin Technical University throws a panoramic ball camera near the Brandenburg Gate in Berlin, October 28, 2011. The device contains 36 mobile phone cameras that take a picture at the highest point of the ball's trajectory. A computer program subsequently merges all pictures to a 360 degree image that can be viewed on a monitor by dragging the mouse in the desired direction. Pfiel developed the ball camera as a university thesis project. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (GERMANY - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY) 
GERMANY/
RTR2TBN2 
October 28, 2011 
Jonas Pfeil of the Berlin Technical University throws a panoramic ball camera near the Brandenburg Gate... 
Berlin, Germany 
Pfeil of Berlin Technical University throws panoramic ball camera near Brandenburg Gate in Berlin 
Jonas Pfeil of the Berlin Technical University throws a panoramic ball camera near the Brandenburg Gate in Berlin, October 28, 2011. The device contains 36 mobile phone cameras that take a picture at the highest point of the ball's trajectory. A computer program subsequently merges all pictures to a 360 degree image that can be viewed on a monitor by dragging the mouse in the desired direction. Pfiel developed the ball camera as a university thesis project. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (GERMANY - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY) 
GERMANY/
RTR2TBN0 
October 28, 2011 
Jonas Pfeil of the Berlin Technical University throws a panoramic ball camera near the Brandenburg Gate... 
Berlin, Germany 
Pfeil of Berlin Technical University throws panoramic ball camera near Brandenburg Gate in Berlin 
Jonas Pfeil of the Berlin Technical University throws a panoramic ball camera near the Brandenburg Gate in Berlin, October 28, 2011. The device contains 36 mobile phone cameras that take a picture at the highest point of the ball's trajectory. A computer program subsequently merges all pictures to a 360 degree image that can be viewed on a monitor by dragging the mouse in the desired direction. Pfiel developed the ball camera as a university thesis project. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (GERMANY - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY) 
GERMANY/
RTR2TBMZ 
October 28, 2011 
Jonas Pfeil of the Berlin Technical University throws a panoramic ball camera near the Brandenburg Gate... 
Berlin, Germany 
Pfeil of Berlin Technical University throws panoramic ball camera near Brandenburg Gate in Berlin 
Jonas Pfeil of the Berlin Technical University throws a panoramic ball camera near the Brandenburg Gate in Berlin, October 28, 2011. The device contains 36 mobile phone cameras that take a picture at the highest point of the ball's trajectory. A computer program subsequently merges all pictures to a 360 degree image that can be viewed on a monitor by dragging the mouse in the desired direction. Pfiel developed the ball camera as a university thesis project. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (GERMANY - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY) 
USA-CAMPAIGN/EMPLOYMENT
RTR2T6B9 
October 25, 2011 
Instructor Dave McCarthy (C) helps former medical assistant Wayne Morrison (L), 53, and Charles Rettew,... 
Las Vegas, UNITED STATES 
Instructor Dave McCarthy helps Wayne Morrison and Charles Rettew work on their mouse skills during a... 
Instructor Dave McCarthy (C) helps former medical assistant Wayne Morrison (L), 53, and Charles Rettew, 46, (R) a laid off casino worker, work on their mouse skills during a basic computer class at the Foundation for an Independent Tomorrow (FIT) workforce development center in Las Vegas, Nevada October 20, 2011. The slot machines jangle away with the promise of sudden riches, but many visitors to a job fair at a second-tier casino here are hoping merely for a minimum-wage job to snap their losing streak. Photo taken October 20, 2011. REUTERS/Steve Marcus (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT) 
USA-CAMPAIGN/EMPLOYMENT
RTR2T6B6 
October 25, 2011 
Instructor Dave McCarthy (L) helps former medical assistant Wayne Morrison (C), 53, as Charles Rettew,... 
Las Vegas, UNITED STATES 
Instructor Dave McCarthy helps Wayne Morrison and Charles Rettew work on their mouse skills at the FIT... 
Instructor Dave McCarthy (L) helps former medical assistant Wayne Morrison (C), 53, as Charles Rettew, 46, a laid off casino worker, works on his mouse skills during a basic computer class at the Foundation for an Independent Tomorrow (FIT) workforce development center in Las Vegas, Nevada October 20, 2011. The slot machines jangle away with the promise of sudden riches, but many visitors to a job fair at a second-tier casino here are hoping merely for a minimum-wage job to snap their losing streak. Photo taken October 20, 2011. REUTERS/Steve Marcus (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT) 
USA-CAMPAIGN/EMPLOYMENT
RTR2T6B4 
October 25, 2011 
Jinny Hanson, 64, a former postal worker, works on her mouse skills during a basic computer class at... 
Las Vegas, UNITED STATES 
Jinny Hanson works on her mouse skills during a basic computer class at the FIT workforce development... 
Jinny Hanson, 64, a former postal worker, works on her mouse skills during a basic computer class at the Foundation for an Independent Tomorrow (FIT) workforce development center in Las Vegas, Nevada October 20, 2011. The slot machines jangle away with the promise of sudden riches, but many visitors to a job fair at a second-tier casino here are hoping merely for a minimum-wage job to snap their losing streak. Photo taken October 20, 2011. REUTERS/Steve Marcus (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT) 
SINGAPORE/
RTXVNMX 
December 12, 2010 
Indonesian domestic workers attend a computer class during their day off at the Sekolah Indonesia Singapura... 
Singapore, Singapore 
Indonesian domestic workers attend a computer class during their day off at the Indonesian School in... 
Indonesian domestic workers attend a computer class during their day off at the Sekolah Indonesia Singapura (Indonesian School) in Singapore December 12, 2010. Administered by the Indonesian Embassy, the school offers courses from high school diplomas to degree programs held in partnership with the Indonesian Open University for Indonesia migrant domestic workers on Sundays, the sole off day for the majority of such workers. More than 150 domestic workers are currently enrolled in open degree courses, while about 500 others also take part in a variety of enrichment courses ranging from sewing, computer classes and English. There are currently about 85,000 Indonesian domestic workers in Singapore, according to local media. December 18 marks the U.N International Migrants Day. REUTERS/Edgar Su (SINGAPORE - Tags: EMPLOYMENT BUSINESS EDUCATION) 
BRITAIN-RETIREMENT/
RTR2GUJB 
July 29, 2010 
Executive assistant Mario Rebellato, 68, works at his desk at Pimlico Plumbers in London July 29, 2010.... 
London, United Kingdom 
Executive assistant Rebellato, 68, works at his desk at Pimlico Plumbers in London 
Executive assistant Mario Rebellato, 68, works at his desk at Pimlico Plumbers in London July 29, 2010. Britain announced plans to scrap the fixed retirement age next year, saying it wanted to give people the chance to work beyond 65, but business leaders warned the move would create serious problems. Rebellato, who had been forced to leave a previous job when he turned 65, has been working at Pimlico Plumbers for the past 3 years. REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett (BRITAIN - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY) 
INTERNET-SOCIALMEDIA/PRIVACY
RTR2D3WZ 
April 22, 2010 
A Facebook page is displayed on a computer screen in Brussels April 21, 2010. Over the past six years,... 
Brussels, Belgium 
To match feature: INTERNET-SOCIALMEDIA/PRIVACY 
A Facebook page is displayed on a computer screen in Brussels April 21, 2010. Over the past six years, social networking has been the Internet's stand-out phenomenon, linking up more than one billion people eager to exchange videos, pictures or last-minute birthday wishes. To match feature: INTERNET-SOCIALMEDIA/PRIVACY REUTERS/Thierry Roge (BELGIUM - Tags: SOCIETY BUSINESS) 
CEBIT/
RTR2B3FI 
March 01, 2010 
Pupils of Berlin's Hausburg European school use a Microsoft Surface multi-touch computer in a digital... 
Hanover, Germany 
Pupils of Berlin's Hausburg European school use a Microsoft Surface multi-touch computer in a digital... 
Pupils of Berlin's Hausburg European school use a Microsoft Surface multi-touch computer in a digital classroom at the Microsoft stand during a presentation at the CeBIT exhibition centre in Hanover March 1, 2010. The new Microsoft Surface does not require a keyboard and mouse to operate, providing users with a new way of dealing with digital content. The world's largest IT fair CeBIT opens its doors on March 2 and runs through March 6. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch (GERMANY - Tags: SCI TECH BUSINESS) 
CEBIT/
RTR2B3FG 
March 01, 2010 
Pupils of Berlin's Hausburg European school use a Microsoft Surface multi-touch computer in a digital... 
Hanover, Germany 
Pupils of Berlin's Hausburg European school use a Microsoft Surface multi-touch computer in a digital... 
Pupils of Berlin's Hausburg European school use a Microsoft Surface multi-touch computer in a digital classroom at the Microsoft stand during a presentation at the CeBIT exhibition centre in Hanover March 1, 2010. The new Microsoft Surface does not require a keyboard and mouse to operate, providing users with a new way of dealing with digital content. The world's largest IT fair CeBIT opens its doors on March 2 and runs through March 6. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch (GERMANY - Tags: SCI TECH BUSINESS) 
CEBIT/
RTR2B3FF 
March 01, 2010 
A representative of Microsoft poses for the media with a Samsung notebook to present a new children-friendly... 
Hanover, Germany 
A representative of Microsoft poses for the media with a Samsung notebook to present a new children-friendly... 
A representative of Microsoft poses for the media with a Samsung notebook to present a new children-friendly Microsoft Surface platform at the CeBIT exhibition centre in Hanover March 1, 2010. The platform does not require a keyboard and mouse to operate, providing users with a new way of dealing with digital content. The world's largest IT fair CeBIT opens its doors on March 2 and runs through March 6. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch (GERMANY) 
PALESTINIANS-HAMAS-BANK/
RTXE8WN 
April 22, 2009 
A Palestinian bank employee works at the Islamic National Bank in Gaza City April 22, 2009. The first... 
Gaza, Palestinian Territories 
Palestinian bank employee works at the Islamic National Bank in Gaza City 
A Palestinian bank employee works at the Islamic National Bank in Gaza City April 22, 2009. The first Hamas-licensed bank in the Gaza Strip has opened for business, a move that could help Palestinians in the impoverished territory bypass a financial blockade imposed by Israel and its Western allies. REUTERS/Mohammed Salem (GAZA POLITICS BUSINESS) 
SWITZERLAND/
RTR2335I 
January 06, 2009 
Logitech headquarters are pictured in Morges near Lausanne January 6, 2009. Logitech International, the... 
Morges, Switzerland 
Logitech headquarters are pictured in Morges near Lausanne 
Logitech headquarters are pictured in Morges near Lausanne January 6, 2009. Logitech International, the world's largest computer mouse maker, said it plans to cut 15 percent of its workforce and withdrew its fiscal 2009 financial targets, citing deepening global recession. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse (SWITZERLAND) 
SWITZERLAND/
RTR2335H 
January 06, 2009 
Logitech headquarters are pictured in Morges near Lausanne January 6, 2009. Logitech International, the... 
Morges, Switzerland 
Logitech headquarters are pictured in Morges near Lausanne 
Logitech headquarters are pictured in Morges near Lausanne January 6, 2009. Logitech International, the world's largest computer mouse maker, said it plans to cut 15 percent of its workforce and withdrew its fiscal 2009 financial targets, citing deepening global recession. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse (SWITZERLAND) 
SWITZERLAND/
RTR2335D 
January 06, 2009 
Logitech headquarters are pictured in Morges near Lausanne January 6, 2009. Logitech International, the... 
Morges, Switzerland 
Logitech headquarters are pictured in Morges near Lausanne 
Logitech headquarters are pictured in Morges near Lausanne January 6, 2009. Logitech International, the world's largest computer mouse maker, said it plans to cut 15 percent of its workforce and withdrew its fiscal 2009 financial targets, citing deepening global recession. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse (SWITZERLAND) 
SWITZERLAND/
RTR2335B 
January 06, 2009 
Logitech headquarters are pictured in Morges near Lausanne January 6, 2009. Logitech International, the... 
Morges, Switzerland 
Logitech headquarters are pictured in Morges near Lausanne 
Logitech headquarters are pictured in Morges near Lausanne January 6, 2009. Logitech International, the world's largest computer mouse maker, said it plans to cut 15 percent of its workforce and withdrew its fiscal 2009 financial targets, citing deepening global recession. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse (SWITZERLAND) 
SWITZERLAND/
RTR23357 
January 06, 2009 
Logitech headquarters are pictured in Morges near Lausanne January 6, 2009. Logitech International, the... 
Morges, Switzerland 
Logitech headquarters are pictured in Morges near Lausanne 
Logitech headquarters are pictured in Morges near Lausanne January 6, 2009. Logitech International, the world's largest computer mouse maker, said it plans to cut 15 percent of its workforce and withdrew its fiscal 2009 financial targets, citing deepening global recession. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse (SWITZERLAND) 
USA/
RTX9KY7 
October 15, 2008 
Jay Jay, an American Shorthair, plays with a computer and mouse at a preview for the CFA-Iams Cat Championship... 
New York, UNITED STATES 
Jay Jay, an American Shorthair, plays with a computer and mouse at a preview for the CFA-Iams Cat Championship... 
Jay Jay, an American Shorthair, plays with a computer and mouse at a preview for the CFA-Iams Cat Championship in New York October 15, 2008. The cat show runs through the weekend at Madison Square Garden and includes show cats, trained cats and rescued cats looking for a home. REUTERS/Chip East (UNITED STATES) 
GERMANY-MARKETS/
RTX9DAC 
October 09, 2008 
A share trader reacts as she sits behind her trading terminals at the Frankfurt stock exchange, October... 
Frankfurt, Germany 
A share trader reacts as she sits behind her trading terminals at the Frankfurt stock exchange 
A share trader reacts as she sits behind her trading terminals at the Frankfurt stock exchange, October 9, 2008. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach(GERMANY) 
KENYA-CURRENCY/
RTX9D4A 
October 09, 2008 
Cooperative Bank's treasurer Caroline Mugadi works in the trading room in Kenya's capital Nairobi October... 
Nairobi, Kenya 
Cooperative Bank's treasurer Mugadi works in the trading room in Kenya's capital Nairobi 
Cooperative Bank's treasurer Caroline Mugadi works in the trading room in Kenya's capital Nairobi October 9, 2008. Kenya's shilling slipped against the dollar on Thursday, due to demand for the U.S. currency from the energy sector and as global financial market turmoil prompted investors to sell emerging market assets. REUTERS/Antony Njuguna (KENYA) 
MACEDONIA-ROZABANSKO/
RTX671G 
May 26, 2008 
Macedonian Roza Mojsovska, 41, who suffers from a rare disease that heavily limits the movement of her... 
Bansko, Macedonia 
Macedonian Roza Mojsovska, 41, who suffers from a rare disease that heavily limits the movement of her... 
Macedonian Roza Mojsovska, 41, who suffers from a rare disease that heavily limits the movement of her limbs, works on a computer with a pen in her mouth while using her chin to use the mouse in Bansko, about 220 km (136 miles) east of the capital Skopje, May 23, 2008. Mojsovska discovered her artistic talents during the years of treatment in hospitals in the Balkans. REUTERS/Ognen Teofilovski(MACEDONIA) 
MACEDONIA-ROZABANSKO/
RTX671C 
May 26, 2008 
Macedonian Roza Mojsovska, 41, who suffers from a rare disease that heavily limits the movement of her... 
Bansko, Macedonia 
Macedonian Roza Mojsovska, 41, who suffers from a rare disease that heavily limits the movement of her... 
Macedonian Roza Mojsovska, 41, who suffers from a rare disease that heavily limits the movement of her limbs, works on a computer with a pen in her mouth while using her chin to use the mouse in Bansko, about 220 km (136 miles) east of the capital Skopje, May 23, 2008. Mojsovska discovered her artistic talents during the years of treatment in hospitals in the Balkans. REUTERS/Ognen Teofilovski(MACEDONIA) 
CEBIT/
RTR1XU0C 
March 03, 2008 
A woman presents an Anatomic Symbolic Mapper Engine (ASME) from IBM Healthcare, at the IBM exhibit at... 
Hanover, Germany 
Woman presents Anatomic Symbolic Mapper Engine at the IBM exhibit of the upcoming CeBIT fair in Hanover... 
A woman presents an Anatomic Symbolic Mapper Engine (ASME) from IBM Healthcare, at the IBM exhibit at the upcoming CeBIT fair in Hanover March 3, 2008. According to IBM, the technology allows doctors to click with the computer mouse on a particular part of the avatar "body" to trigger a search of medical records to retrieve relevant information. The world's biggest IT fair CeBIT opens its doors to the public on March 4, and runs through to March 9, 2008. REUTERS/Hannibal Hanschke (GERMANY) 
CEBIT/
RTR1XSP0 
March 02, 2008 
A worker checks the Anatomic Symbolic Mapper Engine (ASME), from IBM Healthcare, during preparations... 
Hanover, Germany 
A worker checks the Anatomic Symbolic Mapper Engine, from IBM Healthcare, during preparations ahead of... 
A worker checks the Anatomic Symbolic Mapper Engine (ASME), from IBM Healthcare, during preparations ahead of the CeBIT fair in Hanover March 2, 2008. According to IBM, the technology allows doctors to click with the computer mouse on a particular part of the avatar "body" to trigger a search of medical records to retrieve relevant information. REUTERS/Christian Charisius (GERMANY) 
LOGITECH-MICROSOFT/
RTX5F2N 
January 10, 2008 
A computer mouse and keyboard package of Logitech is seen at a computer store in Lucerne January 10,... 
Lucerne, Switzerland 
A computer keyboard and mouse package of Logitech is seen at a computer store in Lucerne 
A computer mouse and keyboard package of Logitech is seen at a computer store in Lucerne January 10, 2008. Shares in Swiss-based computer peripherals maker Logitech International SA gained up to 12 percent on Thursday amid speculation Microsoft Corp would launch a takeover bid, traders said. REUTERS/Michael Buholzer (SWITZERLAND) 
USA/
RTX4FDZ 
October 10, 2007 
Zoe, a domestic shorthair cat, touches the mouse of a computer during a media preview for The Cat Fanciers'... 
New York, UNITED STATES 
Zoe, a domestic shorthair cat, touches the mouse of a computer during a media preview for The Cat Fanciers'... 
Zoe, a domestic shorthair cat, touches the mouse of a computer during a media preview for The Cat Fanciers' Association 5th Annual CFA-Iams Cat Championship in New York October 10, 2007. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton (UNITED STATES) BEST QUALITY AVAILABLE 
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October 10, 2007 
Zoe, a domestic shorthair cat, touches the mouse of a computer during a media preview for The Cat Fanciers'... 
New York, UNITED STATES 
Zoe, a domestic shorthair cat, touches the mouse of a computer during a media preview for The Cat Fanciers'... 
Zoe, a domestic shorthair cat, touches the mouse of a computer during a media preview for The Cat Fanciers' Association 5th Annual CFA-Iams Cat Championship in New York October 10, 2007. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton (UNITED STATES) Also see image: GF2DWTCWWYAA 
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August 29, 2007 
An employee poses in front of computer screen at an office in London August 28, 2007. Walk into any large... 
London, United Kingdom 
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An employee poses in front of computer screen at an office in London August 28, 2007. Walk into any large office, and you will most likely hear the telltale computer bleeps of chat programs and online games, accompanied by furious mouse-clicking. Employees may seem busy, but many are wasting time on the Internet, or "cyberslacking". REUTERS/Simon Newman (UNITED KINGDOM) To match feature WORK-CYBERSLACKING/ 
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June 09, 2007 
Visitors play with a giant model of a computer mouse in the Genius-KYE Systems Corp. booth, during the... 
Taipei, Taiwan 
Visitors play with a giant model of a computer mouse in Genius-KYE Systems Corp. booth, during the last... 
Visitors play with a giant model of a computer mouse in the Genius-KYE Systems Corp. booth, during the last day of the annual 2007 Computex, the world's second-largest computer trade show, in Taipei June 9, 2007. REUTERS/ Pichi Chuang (TAIWAN) 
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March 14, 2007 
A women arranges decorated computer accessories before the opening of the CeBIT computer fair in the... 
Hanover, Germany 
Women arranges paste decorated computer accessories before the opening of the CeBIT computer fair in... 
A women arranges decorated computer accessories before the opening of the CeBIT computer fair in the northern German town of Hanover March 14, 2007.The world's largest computer and information technology fair CeBIT runs from March 15 to March 21, 2007. REUTERS/Christian Charisius (GERMANY) 
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November 21, 2005 
Argentine President Nestor Kirchner (L) uses a computer mouse to start up the Caruachi hydroelectric... 
Puerto Ordaz, Venezuela 
Argentine President Kirchner starts up Caruachi hydroelectric plant project in Puerto Ordaz 
Argentine President Nestor Kirchner (L) uses a computer mouse to start up the Caruachi hydroelectric plant as Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez (R) watches in Puerto Ordaz, Venezuela November 21, 2005. Chavez and Kirchner, left-leaning allies opposed to U.S. free trade ideas, held talks on political, economic and energy cooperation a week after Venezuela and Mexico withdrew their ambassadors in a conflict underscoring splits in Latin America over U.S. policies in the region. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair 
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November 17, 2005 
A woman uses a $100 hand-cranked laptop computer in the exhibition area of the second United Nation's... 
Tunis, Tunisia 
Woman uses a $100 hand-cranked laptop computer at World Summit on the Information Society in Tunis 
A woman uses a $100 hand-cranked laptop computer in the exhibition area of the second United Nation's World Summit on the Information Society (WSIS) at the Kram Palexo in Tunis November 17, 2005. About the size of a textbook, the lime-green machines can set up their own wireless networks and operate in areas without a reliable electricity supply. The goal is to provide the machines free of charge to children in poor countries who cannot afford computers of their own, said Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Media Lab chairman Nicholas Negroponte. PP05110263 REUTERS/Francois Lenoir FR051109 
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September 02, 2005 
A generic picture of a woman in an office using a computer mouse. OFFPO REUTERS/Catherine Benson CRB... 
None, United Kingdom 
A generic picture of a woman in an office using a computer mouse. 
A generic picture of a woman in an office using a computer mouse. OFFPO REUTERS/Catherine Benson CRB 
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September 02, 2005 
A generic picture of a woman in an office using a computer mouse. OFFPO REUTERS/Catherine Benson CRB... 
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A generic picture of a woman in an office using a computer mouse. 
A generic picture of a woman in an office using a computer mouse. OFFPO REUTERS/Catherine Benson CRB 
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September 02, 2005 
A generic picture of a Microsoft computer mouse. OFFPO TECOM REUTERS/Catherine Benson CRB 
None, United Kingdom 
A generic picture of a Microsoft computer mouse. 
A generic picture of a Microsoft computer mouse. OFFPO TECOM REUTERS/Catherine Benson CRB 
TAIPEI
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June 03, 2005 
A Darfon Electronics Corp. employee displays its computer mice at Computex, the world's second-largest... 
Taipei, Taiwan 
Darfon Electronics Corp. employee displays its computer mice at Computex show in Taipei. 
A Darfon Electronics Corp. employee displays its computer mice at Computex, the world's second-largest computer trade show, in Taipei June 3, 2005. The computer mouse, which has become an indispensable part of any desktop computer, has begun to take to new surfaces and even to the air to meet the needs of a new generation of high-precision computers. REUTERS/Richard Chung TW/FA 
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