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Hidden high tech To eliminate the 24-hour incubation time, researchers have developed a test based on a molecular recognition scheme.
As high tech as car design has become, much of that work is still done using clay models, which take time and money to build and change.
The Miami metro area wants to be on Amazon’s map as the home for its second headquarters, a planned $5 billion, eight-million-square-foot, 50,000-employee campus for Amazon executives, staff and high tech professionals (Read: high-paying jobs).
But solar is still only around 2 percent of the energy market, and the high tech involved means progress can sometimes be slow.
The store is also tricked-out with high tech additions too — think YouTube tutorials streaming on iPads and an updating stream of featured posts (just be sure to tag @rileyrose)
Even more high tech is the Logroño winery, completed in 2004 and designed by the Bordeaux architect Philippe Mazières.
Today, the tech corporation unveiled its second generation of devices that seem to usher in a whole new level of high tech, available for pre-order today.
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