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    Apple on Tuesday unveiled – as expected – an iPad Mini. The new tablet is smaller than the traditional iPads, coming it at 7.9 inches. That’s slightly bigger than the competition’s tablets, and it will be more expensive. Prices will range from $329 to $659, depending on storage space and Internet connection.
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    "What is holding the president back is voters still don't know what he is going to do early next year to get this economy going. There is still time for him to do that, because the economy is the No. 1 thing people are paying attention to." - Democratic pollster Celinda Lake. A day after the third and final presidential debate, the race between President Barack Obama and Mitt Romney is neck and neck. There are two weeks until Election Day.
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