Daily Run Down 11/08/2010

Here is today’s Daily Run Down

  • A Court case may determine if Tivo is headed for obscurity or not.
  • The Supreme Court is going to hear a case on whether companies can write in ‘no class action’ clauses in their contracts.
  • Windows Phone 7 is now available in the United States.
  • Qantas airlines is extending the grounding of A380’s due to oil leaks.
  • Google Nexus One may receive an over the Air update to 2.3 in the next few days.
  • Scientists are meeting to ensure the supply of Asia’s staple product, rice.
  • A new scenario has Earth plunging into a Million-Year winter.
  • A Study is suggesting that beer lead to the rise of civilization.
  • ZScaler has developed a free tool to detect Firesheep snooping.
  • A Professor shed 27 pounds by eating Junk food.
  • Google has shutoff their feed to Facebook.
  • Artwork that was thought to have been destroyed during World War II has been recovered in Berlin.
  • The Vending Machine industry must show calories for all items.
  • Supreme Court oral arguments are now available as audio.
  • The Large Hadron Collider has created a mini ‘big-bang’.
  • Brain Scans have revealed differences between Neanderthals and Modern humans.
  • Hurricane forecasts can be made years in advance.
  • The U.S. is going to ban some ink and toner from flights.
  • A World War II fighter plane has been removed from Lake Michigan.
  • 115 Years ago, in 1895, Wilhelm Roentgen stumbled on the X-ray.

Look for more stories tomorrow. If an important story has been missed please leave it in the comments.