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Daily Run Down 03/18/2011

Here is today’s Daily Run Down.

  • Samsung has lauched the Galaxy Player.
  • The New York Times is going to launch a Paywall on March 28th.
  • A 115-year-old X-ray machine has come back to life.
  • The Oldest Female Elephants have the best memory.
  • Vis has announced a paypal-like service for US customers.
  • The US Life expectancy has reached a new record.
  • Four New York Times reporters are missing in Libya.
  • The First Dinosaur in Angola has been discovered.
  • The Airlines are monitoring Radiation levels in Japan and changing flight paths.
  • Webapps are not necessarily seeing speed bumps with iOS 4.3.
  • Google has released a preview of WebM for Internet Explorer 9.
  • 8-Track Piracy was killing the Music Industry, just like Piracy is today.
  • Reportedly Asus is going to sell Chrome Netbooks for $200.
  • A rare Andean cat has been found in a new locale.
  • The Heat wave of 2010 is probably the warmest since 1500 in Europe.
  • President Obama has ordered a thorough review of US Nuclear facilities.
  • Actor Michael Gough, known for playing Batman’s Butler in movies, has died at the age of 94.
  • AT&T has begun cracking down on illegal wi-fi tethering.
  • In 1931, Electric Shavers first became available.

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Daily Run Down 01/26/2011

Here is today’s Daily Run Down.

  • A Pocket-sized LED Projector is foreshadowing the future of Lens technology.
  • The first total artificial heart transplant has occurred.
  • A New polymer could create self-healing aircraft.
  • Paper batteries seem to recharge from moisture in the air.
  • The Illinois Supreme Court will hear the appeal of Rahm Emmanuel.
  • The United States cannot link Private Bradley Manning to Wikileaks founder Julian Assange.
  • An Exploding Comet could have blown up with Carbon Monoxide.
  • The T-Rex did not survive on ‘fast food’.
  • Facebook is now offering HTTPS browsing, but it’s not by default.
  • The New York Times may start it’s own version of WikiLeaks.
  • Toyota is recalling 1.7 Million Vehicles due to fuel leaks.
  • Reports are that AT&T is re-offering the unlimited iPhone Data plan.
  • Robot as a word is celebrating it’s 90th anniversary as a word.
  • T-Mobile has cut the price of the Galaxy Tab to $249.99.
  • The furthest Galaxy distance has been reached.
  • Country Musician Charlie Louvin has died.
  • The Android 3.0 Honeycomb SDK preview is live.
  • Lotus 1-2-3, the Spreadsheet is celebrating 28 years.
  • Yahoo has contacted Digg to keep Delicious up and running.

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Daily Run Down 04/08/2010

Here is today’s Daily Run Down.

  • One person is postulating that our universe is inside of another universe. They must have been watching Men in Black agin..
  • A condor egg has hatched in a California forest.
  • Seasons have been discovered on Neptun’s Moon Triton.
  • Nintendo is claiming that Apple is not a worthy competitor in terms of gaming.
  • Saturn’s unique hexagon have been recreated in the lab.
  • Freecreditreport.com’s credit reports are no longer free.
  • Apple has shown off it’s new iPhone OS 4.0.

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Daily Run Down: 03-16-2010

Here is today’s Daily Run Down.

  • Windows Phone 7 will not have Copy and paste.
  • The Army has finally dropped bayonets from their training regimen.
  • This should come a surprise to nobody, but the federal government is using social media sites to nab criminals.
  • Honda is recalling 410,000 Elements and Odysseys due to brake issues.
  • The Google Nexus One is now available on the 3G bands for Rogers and AT&T.
  • Pepsi is going to cut sugary drinks form schools worldwide.
  • Microsoft has released a Developer preview for Internet Explorer 9 that supports HTML5.
  • C-span has put it’s full archives available for everyone online.
  • The new Police interceptors will be built by Chicago’s Ford Plant.
  • Los Angeles had a 4.4 magnitude earthquake this morning.
  • Canada has finally gotten some paid Applications in the Android Market for Canada.
  • 208 years ago, the US Congress enacted a law to establish West Point as a military base.

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Daily Run Down: 01-07-2010

Here is today’s Daily Run down.

  • Some Bank thieves got more than they bargained for.
  • A Former Bush lawyer has been charged with attempted murder.
  • 768-bit RSA encryption has been cracked.
  • A Catholic priest accused of abuse plunged from a church balcony.
  • There is now video of a Sumatran tigress and her cubs, in the wild.
  • Four hundred years ago today, Galileo discovered four Moons of Jupiter.
  • Restaurant food has more calories than advertised.
  • iTunes will now preview songs on the web.
  • Livescience has an article on how the earth survived it’s birth.

Look for more stories tomorrow.