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    Imagine you’re taking a walk in the city and your cellphone starts ringing. It’s your mom / boss / partner / landlord and you know you absolutely must take this call but that evil “low-battery” message thinks something else. So what do you do, with no chargers around?

    New York 21 June 2013 18:46

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