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Distro Issue 109: Turning the lights off on innovation

Billy Steele
September 27, 2013
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Well faithful readers, the day has come. In this final issue of our weekly, we examine the death of innovative devices that despite miscalculated timing, still had their influence on a handful of gadgets that we use today. We also throw down the review gauntlet for the Jambox Mini, HP SlateBook x2 and one of Sony's newfangled "lens cameras." Eyes-On goes after a hunk of stainless steel, Rec Reading has Tim Cook on the new iPhones and Weekly Stat tallies digital publication readership. Head to those trusty repositories one last time and enjoy some end of the week leisurely reading.

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