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      FCC disaster system, Windows 8, and the iPad mini

      Hurricane Sandy knocked out a quarter of the cell phone towers in a ten-state area -- from Virginia to Massachusetts. The landline phone network held up a little better, but communication between storm victims and emergency workers experienced a significant impact.

      Hayley Tsukayama, tech blogger with the Washington Post, discussed the FCC's disaster system and other topics with Capital Insider.

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