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Content posted in April 2000
Seals slowdown
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Goodbye, dummy!
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Porridge hot?
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Such a show!
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Convert-a-truck
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Show Stoppers
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EV1 unplugged
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In a setback to use of so-called zero-emission vehicles, early March found General Motors recalling its 1997 Generation I EV1 electric cars and 1997-98 S-10 Electric Trucks.
Jumpin' jack flash cards keep MP3's playing
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A new wrist-watch styled audio player from Casio lets you take listening enjoyment along anywhere.
Mammoth carrier handles 'really big' wires
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If you think your conduit is too big for plastic cable carriers, think again.
Valve simplifies leak-free circuitry
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Jacobs, the manufacturer of Jake brakes for the trucking industry, is using a new, patent allowed DO3 pneumatic valve from Interface Devices, Inc.
HDTV pushes displays to perform
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This year consumers will see the launch of large screen, HD-capable home entertainment systems based on Texas Instruments DLP technology.
Cylinder senses piston position
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The Parker Hannifin 2MA pneumatic cylinder with linear position sensor accurately senses the position of a piston in relation to its stroke to the nearest one-thousandth of an inch.
Sensors help drivers stay awake
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A car that prevents drivers from falling asleep at the wheel is much closer to becoming a reality thanks to designers at Johnson Controls.
Hankerin' for a hang-out?
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Cyberland
Pneumatics pump up drone
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BAI Aerosystems Dragon Drone unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) provides land and sea forces with an ability to do reconnaissance, at a range of 50 miles for missions up to three hours.




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