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Smart-phone hardware is getting cheaper, and Google's platform is the go-to software for new low-end devices.
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It's not an official indicator, but a jump in online employment ads bodes well for 2011.
Attendance plummeted in 2010, even with deep discounts. Now promoters say admission prices will drop.
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