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Amazon debuts the Dash button

The technology being developed today is so advanced and seemingly futuristic that sometimes people question whether it's actually feasible. That's the thinking behind the campaign for the Amazon Dash button – unveil it just before April Fools' day to get people discussing whether it's real or not.

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