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Mozilla overhauling Firefox smartphones

For regulatory purposes, artificial is, hopefully, the easy bit. It can simply mean “not occurring in nature or not occurring in the same form in nature”. Here, the alternative given after the or allows for the possible future use of modified biological materials. Fortunately for would-be regulators, though, the philosophical arguments might be sidestepped, at…

Galaxy S6 is the crowd favorite

For regulatory purposes, artificial is, hopefully, the easy bit. It can simply mean “not occurring in nature or not occurring in the same form in nature”. Here, the alternative given after the or allows for the possible future use of modified biological materials. Fortunately for would-be regulators, though, the philosophical arguments might be sidestepped, at…

Voice features are still used today

For regulatory purposes, artificial is, hopefully, the easy bit. It can simply mean “not occurring in nature or not occurring in the same form in nature”. Here, the alternative given after the or allows for the possible future use of modified biological materials. Fortunately for would-be regulators, though, the philosophical arguments might be sidestepped, at…

Research on social health benefits

For regulatory purposes, artificial is, hopefully, the easy bit. It can simply mean “not occurring in nature or not occurring in the same form in nature”. Here, the alternative given after the or allows for the possible future use of modified biological materials. Fortunately for would-be regulators, though, the philosophical arguments might be sidestepped, at…

Social media speed on the move

For regulatory purposes, artificial is, hopefully, the easy bit. It can simply mean “not occurring in nature or not occurring in the same form in nature”. Here, the alternative given after the or allows for the possible future use of modified biological materials. Fortunately for would-be regulators, though, the philosophical arguments might be sidestepped, at…

How important are your gadgets

For regulatory purposes, artificial is, hopefully, the easy bit. It can simply mean “not occurring in nature or not occurring in the same form in nature”. Here, the alternative given after the or allows for the possible future use of modified biological materials. Fortunately for would-be regulators, though, the philosophical arguments might be sidestepped, at…