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A very lightweight option at only one pound, the Pendaflex file box is by far the most easily transportable.
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We don’t have to box ourselves in to our present limitations.
It’s thinking outside the box and using the current technology that we already have.
It also includes a USB-C to USB-C charging cable in the box.
Variety reported that box office revenue in South Korea was down 30 to 40 percent in January 2020 compared to previous years.
The search giant plans to promote information from partners like the Associated Press and the nonprofit Democracy Works in a box atop the search results page.
Scaling up the size of its network and training data, without fundamental improvements to the years-old architecture, was sufficient to bootstrap the model into unexpectedly remarkable performance on a range of complex tasks, out of the box.
While the set-top box may have its own voice assistant that can turn on a television via a command, that assistant may otherwise be unable to play a song from a web-connected speaker.
I recall arriving at Google for an evening event and seeing employees carrying dinners boxed in takeout containers getting on massive coaches that would drive them home.
By the end of last week, the pessimistic notes kept coming into my in-box.

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