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Daily Run Down 05/04/2012

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Daily Run Down 08/07/2011

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Daily Run Down 04/20/2011

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  • A Judge has unsealed some documents that might undermine Righthaven cases.
  • The Pirate Bay has begun aiding researchers with P2P usage.
  • Like Europa, Titan may have a giant subsurface ocean.
  • Microsoft has relased Office 365 Beta to the public.
  • An 81 year old, and War Veteran has run the Boston Marathon.
  • Orangutans utilize simple tools to catch fish.
  • Did A SuperNova mark a 17th Century King’s Birth.
  • The Wisconsin County where votes were ‘found’ has had irregularities for years.
  • Iran is claiming that the US and Iraq built Stuxnet.
  • A Magnetic field determines whether a solar flare erupts or fizzles.
  • Premature Births can be detected by a blood test.
  • The Chicago Sun Times has won a Pulitzer prize for local reporting.
  • Samsung has sold it’s hard drive unit to Seagate.
  • Fidel Castro has resigned from the Cuba Party Leadership.
  • HBO customers will soon be able to watch on iOS and Android devices.
  • The Windows Phone ‘NoDo’ update has begun rolling out on AT&T.
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Daily Run Down 11/09/2010

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  • More Eggs have been recalled this time from Ohio farms.
  • A cast mask of John Dillinger’s face at his time of death will be auctioned.
  • Lung Cancer for Non-smokers is significantly different than that for Smoker’s.
  • Web-browser FireFox is celebrating six-years of being a rival of Microsoft’s Internet Explorer.
  • A Belgian court has ruled that violating Creative Commons License opns you up for copyright infringement.
  • Scientists have observed the highest rate of beak-distortion in the Northwest US.
  • Soy may slow prostate cancer according to a new Study.
  • 4,500 people are stranded on a cruise ship off of Mexico.
  • Ask.com is quitting the search business.
  • The Milky Way may fizzle out sooner than previously thought.
  • A Federal agency has declared Facebook posts as legally protected speech.
  • 122 Years ago, in 1888, the most infamous serial killer, Jack the Ripper, strikes for the last time.
  • Most Importantly today, it’s Call of Duty Black Ops release day.

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