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Vendors looking to take advantage of these trends will need to employ technical and business strategies with greater flexibility than has been required in the past.
3 megapixel CMOS image sensors take advantage of the combination of the company's advanced DRAM CMOS process technology and sensor design expertise to achieve charged coupled device (CCD) level image quality while taking advantage of the benefits of CMOS sensor technology.
Taito provides an exciting selection of interactive games that take advantage of the innovative features found only on the N-Gage," said Ilkka Raiskinen, Senior Vice President, Entertainment and Media Business Unit, Nokia Mobile Phones.
Starry Night X is the newest addition to the highly successful and award winning Starry Night family of space & astronomy software and is designed to take advantage of the incredible technologies in Mac OS X, Apple's super-modern operating system.
A domestic partnership can take advantage of both deductions by allowing one partner to take the full mortgage interest and property deduction and the second partner takes advantage of the standard deduction.