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coondoggie writes "In this high-tech world paper still rules, but gadgets that run movies, television or music exclusively could die off in 2013. That's one of the conclusions published by the giant professional organization, IEEE, recently in its 2013 Gadget Graveyard survey. The survey is a Facebook application where more than 1,700 IEEE members, engineers, engineering students and CES trade show attendees cast more than 25,000 votes on what sorts of technology they think will die off by year-end, like landline phones and Ethernet cables but mostly which will live on like standalone cameras."
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The IEEE Gadget Graveyard: What technology will bite the dust in 2013?

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