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A new video game makes use of that guitar that's been hibernating in your attic.

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Bjork's new album, Biophilia, is also an interactive multimedia project.

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The Galaxy S II is a Samsung smartphone that runs on Android. Analysts say Microsoft could be getting as much as $15 for each phone Samsung sells.

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