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Daily Run Down 08/01/2011

Here is today’s Daily Run Down.

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Daily Run Down 04/04/2011

Here is today’s Daily Run Down.

  • Sony is reportedly supplying Cameras to Apple for their next generation of products.
  • Southwest Airlines is grounding 79 planes after one developed a hole.
  • Cablevision is joining Time Warner by offering streaming shows on your iPad.
  • Japan is stating that it may takes months to end radiation leaks.
  • Stephen Colbert and Jimmy Fallon have sung Rebecca Black’s Friday for Charity.
  • Syria has freed a Reuters Photographer after six days.
  • The new world record for quantum entangled bits is 14.
  • Scientists have spotted new Alzheimer’s genes.
  • The recent Epsilon data breach may be the largest in Security history.
  • Jennie-O has recalled it’s Turkey burgers after salmonella concerns.
  • China has detected 10 cases of radiation since March 16th.
  • It seems like it is difficult to erase a digital past.
  • SBNation has signed a few of the Engadget folks to create a new tech blog.
  • Google has purchased 6,000 Nortel Patents for $900 Million.
  • President Obama has kicked off his 2012 presidential campaign.
  • Larry Page has officially started as Google’s CEO.

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Daily Run Down 10/28/2010

Here is today’s Daily Run Down.

  • Apple has removed the White iPhone from it’s Website.
  • Groupon is defending it’s $3.5 Million in Illinois Aid.
  • China’s Tianhe-1A is now the fastest supercomputer, surpassing the West.
  • The Silver Aston Martin driven by Sean Connery in Goldfinger, has sold $4.1 Million.
  • The Longest Snake living in captivity has died.
  • MySpace, the all but defunct social networking site, has shifted focus to entertainment.
  • Physicists have voted to run the Tevatron for 3 more years.
  • Amazon has launched the Kindle app for Windows Phone 7.
  • A Nepal fim has deployed 3G service to Mount Everest.
  • Cablevision has been slapped with a Class Action lawsuit over disabling Fox broadcasts.
  • Hawaii Five-O’s James MacArthur, has died.
  • Microsoft has announced their best 1st quarter results.
  • Restoration on the inscripion on John F. Kennedy’s grave has begun.
  • Some Believe that the odds of finding an earth-sized exoplanet is 1-in-4.
  • According to a new Study you fingers know when you make a typo. I’ve known this for a while, my fingers automatically backspace should I make a mistake.
  • 55 Years ago today, Bill Gates, the founder of one the most influential companies in Technology, Microsoft, was born.

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