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Data Doctors Radio Program | Ken Colburn, Brandon Disney & Ken Moskowitz It's so hot you can fry an egg on it, but Apple is playing it cool. Are the new iPads really overheating, or is this a news driven freak out?

Imagine being separated from your family when you were 5. Now imagine 25 years later and you find them thanks to Google earth.

And tech meets tats. A new type of ink that can vibrate your skin when your phone rings. It's like having bed bugs, without the bugs. Would you get this kind of tat?

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Original Air Date: Mar 24, 2012

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