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Leaving the confines of a Manhattan apartment, Lincoln Center has the uncanny ability to make one feel dwarfed. Home to the performing arts and haunt to New York City's glitterati, the landmark received the IBM makeover as part of the company's THINK exhibit -- an interactive installation designe

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Apparently a $34,000 price tag isn't exclusive enough for you to nab one of the first 100 Think City electric vehicles -- fancy that! The aforementioned sticker is meant only for normal retail versions of the green-machine, a version that just so happens to not truly exist in any meaningful form. T

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Those wily social media hounds over at Lenovo are at it again, this time teasing us with a crossword puzzle relating to a new \"ThinkPad Series\" of machines. Referencing our handy, and so far wholly accurate, leaked slide from February shows that the only Think-branded laptops not yet revealed are t

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HTC is best known for its handsets running Windows Mobile and increasingly, Android. But did you know that they've built a full-on car computer in Taiwan? THINK+, as it's known, embeds GPS navigation, 3.5G communications, and a big ol' integrated 10.2-inch display inside of Taiwan's new LUXGEN 7 MP

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You totally thought that \"Think\" operation you heard about last summer was nothing more than yet another electric car dream that would never see reality, didn't you? Turns out, the endeavor could be more successful than anyone originally imagined, and if all goes to plan, the Think City should hit

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Wee electric cars such as the one pictured to the right aren't exactly uncommon, but if Think CEO Jan-Olaf Willums can get his dreams to pan out, his version of the urban green car may actually gain some serious traction. Reportedly, the firm has garnered upwards of $78 million from Silicon Valley a

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