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Daily Run Down 05/25/2011

Here is today’s Daily Run Down.

  • Tivo has added Hulu Plus to the Tivo Premiere.
  • There were a bunch of new species found in 2010.
  • Egypt has opened 7 new tombs to tourists.
  • Amazon looks to be entering into the traditional publishing market.
  • An Erupting volcano has been photographed from Space.
  • OSHA has cited a military health center for safety violations,.
  • The US Supreme Court has ordered California to release 38,000 prisoners.
  • New research shows that turtles follow the Sun before they have muscles.
  • T-mobile has ditched unlimited data and announced family data plans.
  • Twitter has acquired Tweetdeck for just over $40 million.
  • Kobo has announced a new touch-screen e-reader.
  • The Tornado that struck Joplin, Missouri grew with rare speed.
  • The world’s oldest panda has died at the age of 34.
  • Vuvuzelas may spread disease.
  • A bug in Hotmail allowed hackers to steal email without warning.
  • T-Mobile has upgraded their 4G speeds in 55 Markets.
  • Cisco is being sued for colluding on the Chinese Crackdown.

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Daily Run Down 05/24/2011

Here is today’s Daily Run Down.

  • Here is an infographic for the Playstation hacking break-in.
  • Toshiba’s 10.1 Tablet is now available to pre-order.
  • UIC Scientists have cracked the code of tracking Zebras.
  • A 1902 Moon Movie is getting a 21st Century re-make.
  • Astronomers have captured a black-hole’s fury in action.
  • RIM is under investigation for possible securities fraud.
  • Sony BMG in Greece has been hacked.
  • Human Astrocytes have been developed from Stem Cells.
  • North Carolina’s Governor will not sign a bill blocking Municipal broadband.
  • Australian Scientists have confirmed Dark Energy.
  • Alien Galaxies are much different than the Milky Way.
  • Bayer has unveiled aspirin that works twice as fast.
  • Sony is forecasting a $3.1 Billion loss for FY 2011.
  • A Stomach Bug may be linked to Parkinson’s.
  • Credit Card Companies are the key to stopping Spam.

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Daily Run Down 05/23/2011

Here is today’s Daily Run Down.

  • Apple is claiming that Amazon’s AppStore isn’t an “app store”.
  • The Face of a 49-million year-old spider has been constructed in 3D.
  • Zynga is being sued over the use of “Oregon Trail”.
  • The RIAA has requested a subpoena of Box.Net for the files its customers upload.
  • Apple is working with FoxConn to explore the cause of the plant explosion.
  • The US Congress is looking into the FCC Commissioner leaving for a job at Comcast.
  • Game Maker High Voltage may have retaliated against a book author for a poor game review.
  • Scientists believe Iceland’s Volcano Grimsvotn is erupting.
  • The United States is lagging in broadband.
  • Google is blocking rooted Android devices from renting movies.
  • Switzerland is going to cease using Nuclear Power.
  • Ash from the Iceland volcano could hit Scotland as early as tomorrow.
  • Combustible Dust may have caused the death of a third Foxconn worker.
  • Testosterone may be to blame for traffic collisions after sporting events.
  • Songwriter Joseph Brooks has apparently committed suicide, at the age of 73, in his New York City apartment.

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Daily Run Down 05/21/2011

Here is today’s Daily Run Down.

  • Astronauts have installed a giant magnet on the Space Station.
  • Rapture parties have been planned for tonight.
  • Clearwire is outsourcing its Network management to Ericsson.
  • Amazon has announced that Kindle books outsell print books.
  • Apple filed the original thunderbolt trademark.
  • The Center for Disease Control (CDC) has some guidelines for the Zombie Apocalypse.
  • The Secret Service has apologized for bashing Fox News. They shouldn’t, Fox News sucks and is so right wing it’s not even funny.
  • WordPress.com has dropped support for Internet Explorer 6.
  • Eight out of Nine top officials in China are either Scientists or Engineers.
  • Windows 8 on ARM will not support legacy software.
  • Amazon has the pre-order for the HP Pre 3 available.
  • ‘Homeless’ Planets may become common in our galaxy.
  • The map of the re-districting of Illinois has been released.
  • Willard Boyle, the man who revolutionized digital imaging has died at the age of 86.
  • A Former Teammate of Lance Armstrong is claiming Armstrong used several banned substances.
  • All 35 pending lawsuits by Righthaven have been placed on hold by a judge in Colorado.
  • TEPCO’s Chief has quit after reporting a $15 Billion loss.
  • The Last World War I Combat Veteran has been laid to rest.
  • Congress is looking to extend the Patriot Act for four more years. Waste of Resources.
  • Google believes they have created a way to make SSL 30% faster.

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Daily Run Down 05/20/2011

Here is today’s Daily Run Down.

  • A Drug Ban may save India’s Vulture’s from extinction.
  • France has halted the “three strikes” policy due to a data leak.
  • A Life supporting ‘super-earth’ has been confirmed.
  • Netflix has become the biggest percentage of Traffic in the US.
  • AT&T is allowing side-loading of applications.
  • Yale has suspended a fraternity, Delta Kappa Epsilon, for five years.
  • The Smoke Detector at the site of an Aurora Fire was missing.
  • Pakistan is contemplating on blocking Facebook.
  • The Fukushima Japan earthquake may have caused the Nuclear Meltdown.
  • PSN Logins have been exposed AGAIN.
  • The 13-year cicadas may be arriving soon.
  • The Red-crested Tree Rat has re-appeared after 113 years.
  • An Ignored Exoplanet may be a watery world.
  • The Department of Homeland security boss is claiming “very, very, very few” people get pat downs. Reality is 1.8 Million per month.
  • Australian Researchers have taught robots how to create their own spoken language.
  • A New Study is suggesting that Earth’s solid Core is melting.
  • Google has confirmed a flaw with Android and has rolled out a server-side fix.
  • In 1873, Levi Strauss created the Blue Jeans.

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