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Latest update : 2013-09-05

Samsung launches its smartwatch, the Galaxy Gear

Samsung has launched its much-anticipated smartwatch, the Galaxy Gear. The watch can make calls, take photos and run apps, although it needs to be paired with another device. Meanwhile, Kate Moss inspects the contents of an auction of photographs of her that could raise more than $1 million.

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2015-03-04 nuclear power

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2015-03-03 auto industry

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2015-03-02 technology

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2015-02-27 Airbus

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