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BERLIN, GERMANY - AUGUST 31: An HP Spectre XT laptop computer featuring an Intel Ultrabook processor is displayed during the Internationale Funkausstellung (IFA) 2012 consumer electronics trade fair on August 31, 2012 in Berlin, Germany. Microsoft, Samsung, Sony, Panasonic and... Adam Berry, Getty Images


 
BERLIN, GERMANY - AUGUST 31:  An HP Spectre XT laptop computer featuring an Intel Ultrabook processor is displayed during the Internationale Funkausstellung (IFA) 2012 consumer electronics trade fair on August 31, 2012 in Berlin, Germany. Microsoft, Samsung, Sony, Panasonic and Philips are amongst many of the brands showcasing their latest consumer electronics hardware, software and gadgets to members of the public from August 31 to September 5.  (Photo by Adam Berry/Getty Images)
 
SHENZHEN, CHINA - JANUARY 25: (CHINA OUT) A worker removes a mainboard of an illegal gambling machine near a security guard on January 25, 2007 in Shenzhen of Guangdong Province, China. Over 4000 sets of illegal gambling machines are planned to be destroyed today. About 5736 suspects involved in illegal gambling were arrested during police operations in Shenzhen 2006. Authorities have launched campaigns to crack down on gambling in the city, according to local media. (Photo by China Photos/Getty Images)
 
This picture taken on March 28, 2013 in Rennes, western France shows electronic circuits on a computer's motherboard. AFP PHOTO DAMIEN MEYER        (Photo credit should read DAMIEN MEYER/AFP/Getty Images)
 
19th October 1964:  An example of how molecular electronics can replace as many as 50 transistors, diodes, resistors and capacitors in the form of this miniature circuit, exhibited by Westnighouse. The effects upon industry will be considerable.  (Photo by Fox Photos/Getty Images)
 
This picture taken in London on May 9, 2013 is a posed image of a laptop computer's keyboard shattering into pieces after an impact.  AFP PHOTO/Leon Neal        (Photo credit should read LEON NEAL/AFP/Getty Images)
 
Photo prise le 05 juillet 1946 à la piscine Molitor à Paris d'une candidate à l'élection de la plus jolie baigneuse portant un bikini créé par Louis Réard. Soixante ans et toujours fringant : le bikini, né en 1946, a perdu au fil des ans son parfum de scandale mais gardé tout son pouvoir de séduction, au point d'être devenu un élément incontournable du vestiaire féminin.

Picture taken 05 July 1946 at the Molitor pool in Paris of a candidate for a beauty contest wearing a bikini by Louis Réard. Sixty years ago the bikini exploded onto the world, and a trip to the beach has never been the same since. Once banned in several countries as indecent, today few women's wardrobes are complete without it.        (Photo credit should read STAFF/AFP/Getty Images)
 
Francois Bayrou, president of the French centrist Modem party, prepares to cast a ballot for the European Parliament elections on May 25, 2014, at a polling station in Pau, southwestern France. Twenty one European Union member states headed to the polls today on the fourth and final day of voting for the European Parliament which began in Britain and the Netherlands on May 22. AFP PHOTO / GAIZKA IROZ        (Photo credit should read GAIZKA IROZ/AFP/Getty Images)
 
Francois Bayrou (C), president of the French centrist Modem party, casts a ballot for the European Parliament elections on May 25, 2014, at a polling station in Pau, southwestern France. Twenty one European Union member states headed to the polls today on the fourth and final day of voting for the European Parliament which began in Britain and the Netherlands on May 22. AFP PHOTO / GAIZKA IROZ        (Photo credit should read GAIZKA IROZ/AFP/Getty Images)
 
Francois Bayrou (L), president of the French centrist Modem party, casts a ballot for the European Parliament elections on May 25, 2014, at a polling station in Pau, southwestern France. Twenty one European Union member states headed to the polls today on the fourth and final day of voting for the European Parliament which began in Britain and the Netherlands on May 22. AFP PHOTO / GAIZKA IROZ        (Photo credit should read GAIZKA IROZ/AFP/Getty Images)
 
Francois Bayrou (L), president of the French centrist Modem party, prepares to cast a ballot for the European Parliament elections on May 25, 2014, at a polling station in Pau, southwestern France. Twenty one European Union member states headed to the polls today on the fourth and final day of voting for the European Parliament which began in Britain and the Netherlands on May 22. AFP PHOTO / GAIZKA IROZ        (Photo credit should read GAIZKA IROZ/AFP/Getty Images)
 
Francois Bayrou (L), president of the French centrist Modem party, prepares to cast a ballot for the European Parliament elections on May 25, 2014, at a polling station in Pau, southwestern France. Twenty one European Union member states headed to the polls today on the fourth and final day of voting for the European Parliament which began in Britain and the Netherlands on May 22. AFP PHOTO / GAIZKA IROZ        (Photo credit should read GAIZKA IROZ/AFP/Getty Images)
 
Francois Bayrou (L), president of the French centrist Modem party, signs his name as he prepares to cast a ballot for the European Parliament elections on May 25, 2014, at a polling station in Pau, southwestern France. Twenty one European Union member states headed to the polls today on the fourth and final day of voting for the European Parliament which began in Britain and the Netherlands on May 22. AFP PHOTO / GAIZKA IROZ        (Photo credit should read GAIZKA IROZ/AFP/Getty Images)
 
A participant in the exercise shows the Submarine Rescue Vehicle component of NSRS, called Nemo as it is lifted off its cradle on board the Swedish vessel HSWMS Belos during the international NATO exercises Dynamic Monarch 2014, near Gdynia on 22 May 2014. The two-week exercises in rescuing submarine crews, held in the Gulf of Gdansk in Poland, sees 14 ships, including three submarines, airplanes, helicopters, diving and medical crews from 18 countries involved. Observers from over 20 countries, including Australia, Singapore, Algeria, Canada, Greece and the USA, will follow the biggest exercises since years in the Baltic Sea. AFP PHOTO/JANEK SKARZYNSKI        (Photo credit should read JANEK SKARZYNSKI/AFP/Getty Images)
 
A member of a rescue team with the Submarine Rescue Vehicle component of NSRS, called Nemo is pictured on the Swedish vessel HSWMS Belos during the NATO exercises Dynamic Monarch 2014, near Gdynia on 22 May 2014. The two-week exercises in rescuing submarine crews, held in the Gulf of Gdansk in Poland, sees 14 ships, including three submarines, airplanes, helicopters, diving and medical crews from 18 countries involved. Observers from over 20 countries, including Australia, Singapore, Algeria, Canada, Greece and the USA, will follow the biggest exercises since years in the Baltic Sea. AFP PHOTO/JANEK SKARZYNSKI        (Photo credit should read JANEK SKARZYNSKI/AFP/Getty Images)
 
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A volunteer checks for microchips for dogs in the animals shelter in the village of Drazevac near flooded Serbian town of Obrenovac, on May 21, 2014. Hundreds of animals spent days in the flooded city waiting to be rescued. Serbia declared three days of national mourning on May 20 as the death toll from the worst flood to hit the Balkans in living memory rose and health officials warned of a possible epidemic. At least 49 people have been killed already by the worst floods in central Europe for a century and more than 1.6 million people have been hit as the river Sava and its tributaries have burst their banks, inundating tens of thousands of hectares of farmland and destroying houses and buildings. AFP PHOTO / ANDREJ ISAKOVIC        (Photo credit should read ANDREJ ISAKOVIC/AFP/Getty Images)
 
The new Microsoft Surface Pro 3 tablet with detachable keyboard and pen for writing on the screen after it was unveiled May 19, 2014 in New York. Microsoft unveiled the Surface Pro 3 tablet at an event in New York on Tuesday, as it attempts to fuel interest in its struggling tablet line amid increasing competition. The Intel Core-powered tablet measures 0.36 inches thick, boasts a 12-inch screen and weighs just under 2 pounds. AFP PHOTO/Stan HONDA        (Photo credit should read STAN HONDA/AFP/Getty Images)
 
The new Microsoft Surface Pro 3 tablet with detachable keyboard after it was unveiled May 19, 2014 in New York. Microsoft unveiled the Surface Pro 3 tablet at an event in New York on Tuesday, as it attempts to fuel interest in its struggling tablet line amid increasing competition. The Intel Core-powered tablet measures 0.36 inches thick, boasts a 12-inch screen and weighs just under 2 pounds. AFP PHOTO/Stan HONDA        (Photo credit should read STAN HONDA/AFP/Getty Images)
 
(From L) Member of French Modem centrist party and European MP, Nathalie Griesbeck,  France's right-wing Union for a Popular Movement (UMP) party member Nadine Morano, and National Secretary of the Left Party (Parti de Gauche) Gabriel Amard, all three candidates in the French eastern region for the 2014 European elections, attend a debate at a local TV station on May 20, 2014 in Strasbourg, eastern France.  The European elections will be held accross the 28-nation bloc from May 22 to 25.  AFP PHOTO/FREDERICK FLORIN        (Photo credit should read FREDERICK FLORIN/AFP/Getty Images)
 
Indian supporters of chief minister of western Gujarat state and main opposition Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi as supporters pose with a poster stating 300 plus seat tally for BJP after attending a prayer ritual for Modi's victory at a temple in Ahmedabad on May 15, 2014.  India's triumphant right-wing opposition said it was headed for a decisive majority in the world's biggest election after exit polls showed its hardline leader Narendra Modi closing in on victory.  AFP PHOTO/INDRANIL MUKHERJEE        (Photo credit should read INDRANIL MUKHERJEE/AFP/Getty Images)
 
Marielle de Sarnez (C), French MoDem centrist party vice-president and French centrist UDI-MoDem candidate in the French Ile-de-France constituency for the May 25 European elections, speaks as she delivers a press conference, flanked by UDI-MoDem candidate in the French northwest constituency Dominique Riquet (L) and French centrist UDI party interim president Yves Jego (R), to present the 'UDI-Modem Les Europeens' programme and candidates for the European elections, on May 5, 2014, in Paris.  AFP PHOTO THOMAS SAMSON        (Photo credit should read THOMAS SAMSON/AFP/Getty Images)
 

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