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  • Graham is absolutely right – the Senate's bill is edge-to-edge with distortions – and outright lies – and provisions meant to be ignored and/or quietly repealed at some later date. ted

    Graham: Dems engaging in 'seedy Chicago politics'

  • The person who saw the prototype of the new iPhone said the device was significantly lighter than the iPhone 4 and had an edge-to-edge screen that could be manipulated by touch, as well as a virtual keyboard and voice-based navigation.

    Less-Pricey iPhone in the Works

  • Apple has also been working on a less-expensive phone with new features such as an edge-to-edge screen, according to this person.

    Apple Readies New iPhone

  • The device could feature "an edge-to-edge screen that could be manipulated by touch, as well as a virtual keyboard and voice-based navigation," according to an unnamed person reportedly familiar with a prototype of the new phone.

    RUMOR: Apple 'iPhone Mini' To Be Half The Size, Price Of iPhone 4 (UPDATE)

  • Mr. Jobs in early June unveiled the iPhone 4, boasting of the edge-to-edge glass casing with a metal band that doubles as the antennas.

    Apple Knew of iPhone Antenna Risks

  • They passed in something like slow motion, like those graceful shots of a drop of milk splashing into a cereal bowl or a rifle bullet cutting edge-to-edge through a playing card at twenty thousand frames per second.

    The Overton Window

  • About a quarter of the sets sport a new “monolithic” design that features an unobstructed front panel (with no inputs and concealed touch sensors instead of buttons), a combination of matte and glossy finishes, and edge-to-edge front-panel glass.

    CES 2010: Sony Bravia TVs—3D, more LED, and a new "monolithic" design

  • They passed in something like slow motion, like those graceful shots of a drop of milk splashing into a cereal bowl or a rifle bullet cutting edge-to-edge through a playing card at twenty thousand frames per second.

    The Overton Window

  • As with other edge-to-edge glass displays, the iPad's is susceptible to glare; it doesn't appear to have an anti-reflective coating.

    Apple iPad: What our labs tests have uncovered so far

  • But with Day's best fabrics, you feel much more as though you're looking at a stretch of picture that's been worked on edge-to-edge by hand, like a doodle -- or a fine painting -- spreading out in all directions.

    Lucienne Day's textiles transcended mere fabric as examples of fine abstract art

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