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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 02/04/2011

Here is today’s Daily Run Down.

  • Google has released Chrome 9 with Chrome Web-store.
  • A Spiral Galaxy has been found to have a flat center.
  • Pandora has added two big media names to their board.
  • A Historic Church in Chicago has been damaged due to the blizzard.
  • Joyce Sloane, the mother of Second City, has died at the age of 80.
  • The Android 2.2 Dell Venue will ship for $500 unlocked.
  • If you ever wanted a primer for Virtualization, Ars Technica has a good start.
  • A New Dating Site has imported 250,000 profiles without permission.
  • Secret US Cables have revealed that ACTA was too secret.
  • Congress has grilled Mark Zuckerberg on Facebook’s desire to share user addresses and cell phone numbers.
  • Congresswoman Giffords’ Husband will fly the space shuttle in April.
  • Americans are urged to Leave Egypt.
  • The Al-Jezeera offices in Egypt have been torched amid Egypt’s unrest.
  • A Spring Loaded Heel gave extra step to early humans.
  • The Universe’s First Star may still shine.
  • The New York Times and Guardian Editors will support Julian Assange if he’s prosecuted.
  • Homeland ‘Security’ has tried to explain how seized domains are like Google.

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Daily Run Down 12/17/2010

Here is today’s Daily Run Down.

  • Kindle for Android has been updated with Periodicals and web store.
  • Larry King has appeared for the last time on ‘Larry King Live’.
  • Australia has determined that WikiLeaks’ Julian Assange has not broken any laws in Australia.
  • Google has setup an HTML5 way to explore the body.
  • Australia has realized that including Intellectual property in Trade Agreements is pointless.
  • In 1790, The Aztec Calendar stone was discovered.
  • A Judge has killed a massive P2P lawsuit and set some strict terms.
  • The Judge in the LimeWire case wants to explore how much File sharing really costs the Record Labels.
  • The Google Android 2.3 Source Code is now available for download.
  • New Facts about Comets may alter their role in Life on Earth.
  • The FDA has revoked it’s recommendation of the Cancer Drug Avastin.
  • A 2-Million year old ‘mummified’ tree has revealed harsh climate conditions.
  • The periodic Table of Elements has shifted some weights.
  • 107 Years ago in 1903, The Wright Brothers made their first successful flight at Kitty Hawk.

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Daily Run Down 12/07/2010

Here is today’s Daily Run Down.

  • The California Courts are going to decide the legality of Same-Sex marriages.
  • WikiLeaks Chief Julian Assange has been arrested in the UK over rape claim.
  • Google Wave is now officially an Apache Project.
  • A Musician had his 300-year-old Stradivarius Violin stolen.
  • Research in Motion is now accepting submissions for PlayBook applications.
  • Google has detailed the Chrome OS Features and Web Store.
  • Elizabeth Edwards has stopped Cancer treatment.
  • An X Particle helps explain Dark Matter and Anti-Matter simultanei=ously.
  • Today marks the 69th anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor.

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