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Daily Run Down 01/30/2012

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Daily Run Down 05/13/2011

Here is today’s Daily Run Down.

  • The TSA Has frisked a baby because the stroller set off the ‘explosives’ detector.
  • Google Storage is now available all Developers.
  • Google has made the Chrome Webapp Store worldwide.
  • Google has unveiled the Acer Chromebook for $349.
  • America’s smallest turtle is becoming scarce.
  • Sunlight may turn Jet exhaust into toxic particles.
  • Samsung is creating a ChromeOS Desktop similar to a Mac Mini.
  • Tree Frogs have provided new answers to Amazon Diversity.
  • Senators have questioned AT&T on the T-mobile merger.
  • A Firmware hack can transform your 2009 Mac Pro into a 12-core behemoth.
  • A Jury has found former Galleon Hedge Fund manager Raj Rajaratnam guilty of insider trading.
  • An Ancient Supernova is firing gamma rays.
  • Four Months after agreeing to the Comcast-NBCU merger, Meredith Baker is leaving the FCC to join Comcast.
  • The FBI is stating that customers might sue if they knew companies were helping with Wiretaps.
  • US Researchers have identified the first human lung stem cell.

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Daily Run Down 12/09/2010

Here is today’s Daily Run Down.

  • A&E and the History Channel have opened shop on Facebook.
  • The FCC is looking at new fee dispute rules.
  • The FCC is also looking for ways to avoid cable blackouts.
  • A World War I veteran who’s body was missing for 92 years has been buried with full-military honors.
  • More than 300,000 Android handset are activated every day.
  • Microsoft Kinect hackers have created a Minority Report style setup.
  • Former Vice-President candidate Sarah Palin is claiming WikiLeaks supporters attacked her site And???.
  • Scientists have discovered that some Hornets are solar powered.
  • The Nixon Library has released 265 Hours of Whitehouse Tapes.
  • Intel and AMD Have determined when they will stop supporting VGA connections.
  • The payment processor WikiLeaks has sued Mastercard and Visa.
  • Whales swallow half a million calories in one mouthful.
  • Ancient Radio waves hold keys to Universe’s first light.
  • Wikipedia’s Editors are deleting articles that link to mirrors of WikiLeaks.
  • The Apache Software Foundation has resigned from the Java Executive Board.
  • If wikileaks head, Julian Assange, were in China, the US would be cheering him on.

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