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Two more Landrum officers suspended

...two new officers in March to replace one fired officer and another who resigned. White, Kelley and former Officer Steve Alexander went public with their suspicions of wrongdoing in January. Alexander was fired soon after. White and Kelley have...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2005/02/28/met_445504.shtml
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Relocated Gulf pelicans breeding

...birds showed no signs of breeding afterward."Definitely what we're seeing in Georgia is very good news," said Steve Alexander, a U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service ecologist serving as a deputy wildlife branch director in New Orleans.Still...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/news/metro/2011-06-15/relocated-gulf-pelicans-breed
Across South Carolina

...officers in March to replace one fired officer and another who resigned. Officer White, Sgt. Kelley and former Officer Steve Alexander went public with their suspicions of wrongdoing in January. Mr. Alexander was fired soon after. Officer White and...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2005/02/28/met_445473.shtml
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Price cuts heighten video game wars

Like two heavily armed warriors in a video game, Sony and Microsoft attacked each other last week by slashing the price of their respective game consoles by a third.

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2002/05/21/tec_346508.shtml
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Broadband revolution slowed by recession

The broadband revolution, which was to bring blazing-fast Internet access to home and business computers, has been slowed but not stopped by the recession. Some consumers who use high-speed Internet access are rethinking the $40 to $50 monthly cost, while others are finding ways to justify it. But small and medium-size businesses are finding broadband something they can't live without, even though it can cost them more than $350 a month.

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2001/12/07/tec_324646.shtml
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Best Buy sells its own computer brand

Best Buy Co. Inc., the Eden Prairie, Minn.-based electronics retailer, is testing a new approach to selling personal computers by quietly introducing its own "vpr Matrix" brand desktop PCs, which sell for $900 and up without a monitor. The entertainment-oriented PCs were put on the shelves in all Best Buy stores without fanfare on Jan. 13, and they won't be sold through the company's Web site, BestBuy.com, until Sunday.

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2002/01/28/tec_335315.shtml
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New gadgets get critical eyes of IT execs

Deep in the heart of America's corporations, where information technology departments keep the computers running, personal technology products are being viewed with a skeptical eye.

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2002/07/11/tec_347993.shtml
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What's hot and not in consumer electronics

These are nervous times in consumer electronics. Even the Palms are sweating. Sales of the venerable desktop computer are in deep trouble because of market saturation and the economic downturn. Personal digital assistants (PDAs) such as the Palm and Handspring, all the rage a year ago, could be on the verge of sales declines. An oversupply of wireless phones suggests that their sales could be flat this year, after several years of solid growth.

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2001/07/10/tec_317954.shtml
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