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Amazon enlists moms to rank toys to court holiday...
SAN FRANCISCO - Amazon.com Inc.’s CEO Jeff Bezos has a knack for harnessing product reviews to get customers to buy online. His latest move: Web-savvy moms whose opinions are coveted by peers who want...
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Health: New device makes back surgery easier for ...
PHOENIX -- When he couldn't find the tools he needed, a Valley surgeon took matters into his own hands, and came up with a device to make back surgery easier for both doctors and patients. A spine...
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Video: Watch WMTW News 8's gubernatorial debate
COMMITMENT 2014, FROM CHANNEL 8, WMTW, MAINE'S TOTAL WEATHER AND NEWS. A DEBATE IN THE RACE FOR GOVERNOR. GOOD EVENING AND THANK YOU FOR JOINING US FOR WMTW NEWS 8'S GUBERNATORIAL DEBATE. THIS IS THE...
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Inspirational teen beats cancer and becomes burly...
These hard-hitting photographs chart the incredible transformation of a teenager during his fight against cancer and progression into the world of BODYBUILDING. Survivor Zach Zeiler, 20, was...
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X-Ray Scanner Reveals Mystery of Star Wars Toy
... He wanted a Boba Fett, but he's got to settle for a Palpatine. If that sentence makes no sense, you probably won't have much sympathy for UK toy collector Dave Moss. About five years ago, Moss...
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The relationship between Lego and architecture began in 1962 with the company’s Scale Model Series. It only lasted until 1965, but its impact was massive thanks to the introduction of the Lego plate....
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Veteran economist forecasts ‘fairly solid year’ f...
Maine’s long-flagging economy will maintain a steady pace of recovery in 2015 as it continues to gain jobs in the wake of the Great Recession of 2008, according to Charles Colgan, a professor at the...
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Day Trip: Museum visitors can get into the spirit...
Discover the Spirits, for those 21 and older, will be held Oct. 24. This museum fundraising effort will blend sampling spirits with entertainment. Reed and Waddy, Sounds of Good News, and Frank...
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New Amiibos, Shadow of Mordor, Gravity, Kick Ass,...
Six new amiibos, game deals, and cheap Blu-rays. Six more Amiibos have been unveiled, and I think planking Luigi is my favorite, with Captain Falcon as a close runner up. Pay $40 for Shadow of...
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Exhibit explores infinite possibilities of Legos
ANCHORAGE, Alaska -- In 1961, the first plastic Legos appeared on toy store shelves in America, and they have bedeviled vacuum cleaners and enchanted children ever since. Over the past half-century,...
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Platforms Triumphed While Content Wasn’t Even Loo...
Editor’s note: David Baszucki is CEO of ROBLOX Microsoft is buying Mojang (makers of Minecraft) for 2.5 billion dollars. That’s really impressive when you consider that Mojang has been around for...
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Renowned Stanford physicist, Nobel laureate Marti...
PALO ALTO -- Martin L. Perl, a pioneer in the physics field who also won a Nobel Prize during his illustrious five-decade career, died Tuesday, officials at Stanford University confirmed...
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