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USA Today to do tech magazine



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MCCLEAN, Va., Aug 18, 2005 (United Press International via COMTEX) -- USA Today announced in McClean, Va., Thursday it will publish a U.S. glossy consumer technology magazine entitled USA Today NOW Personal Technology.

It will serve as a how-to guide to educate readers on the latest consumer electronics products and trends, and to make the overall consumer tech-buying experience more user-friendly, according to a statement by USA Today.

The 80-page magazine will go on sale the week of Oct. 17 in time for the holiday shopping season. A minimum of 300,000 copies will be printed and it will be available in stores and on newsstands for $4.95.

The magazine will features buying guides, advice on how to talk to technology sale personnel and a USA Today Tech map that answers the question: "Are people in your county ahead of the tech curve?"

The magazine will also feature a USA Today poll of Americans on the question: "What's your fear factor with technology?"

Copyright 2005 by United Press International.

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