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weekly ad specials from the denver post More than $63,000 worth of computers and phones were stolen from Boulder's Apple store early Saturday, police report. In the process, the burglar broke a glass entrance door worth about $100,000. In a news release,
THE world of technology adores its platform wars, where users of one system denounce competing systems and refer to anyone who dares to disagree with them as a blithering idiot, or worse. The inexorable rise in smartphone and tablet usage has probably es