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Daily Run Down 05/09/2011

Here is today’s Daily Run Down.

  • The Pentagon has released some video of Osama Bin Laden.
  • A court has slammed the FBI for Saying it’s ok for the Federal Government to lie.
  • Jaguar’s $1.1 Million hybrid car is planned to be released in 2013.
  • Motorola has received $100 Million from Illinois to stay.
  • Bird Brains may be smaller than believed.
  • Experts have agreed that cracking the encryption on Osama Bin Laden’s files may be impossible to crack.
  • A 4.5 Billion year old meteorite has yielded a new mineral.
  • Brightly colored bird feathers have inspired a new type of laser.
  • Tor is going to fork Firefox for simplified anonymous browsing.
  • Japan will not abandon Nuclear power despite crisis.
  • People who are easily distracted may have ‘too much brain’.
  • A Bollywood Music Manager has been killed in a Car Crash in Michigan.

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Daily Run Down 11/20/2010

Here is today’s Daily Run Down.

  • Bruce Schneier has a recap of the TSA backscatter scanners.
  • Oracle has the release date of Java 7.
  • Intel states that a 1000 core processor is possible.
  • Match.com for Penguins has breeder success.
  • Ignored Records have yielded 200 years worth of fish data.
  • You have to love how congress gets to bypass the backscatter scanners.

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Daily Run Down 11/02/2010

Here is today’s Daily Run Down.

  • Several Pigs were loose on the an Indiana Toll Road after a semi overturned.
  • A Small-plane pilot was killed after his plane crashed at the Schaumburg Airport.
  • Apple has released iOS 4.2 GM seed to developers.
  • Exercise has been shown to make the ‘Common Cold’ less common.
  • Giant Waves have solved Saturn’s Rings mystery.
  • DirectTV has dropped G4 and said it is among the ‘lowest rank’.
  • Facebook is admitting some Developers have sold User IDs to marketers.
  • Google has introduced an API console and explained it’s latest API updates.
  • Microsoft’s Internet Explorer 9 is outperforming other browsers in HTML5 benchmarks.
  • You know it’s bad when Russia can arrest one guy and the amount of spam drops by 20%.
  • Remember, Chrome OS, well the rumors believe there will be a Chrome OS Netbook sometime this month.
  • The San Francisco Giants have Won the World Series.
  • Dell is claiming that creating Windows Phone 7 smartphone is easier than developing Android phones.
  • A running Baby Dinosaur’s Footprints have been discovered near Denver.
  • In Australia, 68,000 Speeding camera fines may need to be refunded due to faulty cameras.
  • 195 Years ago, Gregory Boole, creator of Boolean Logic, was born.
  • Calorie Counts will need to be posted on Menus starting January 1st, 2011.
  • FermiLab has confirmed a fourth type of Neutrino.
  • South Korea is going to build an $8.2 Billion offshore Wind Farm.
  • An Arctic lake has yielded the Planet’s most continuous record of Ancient Climate.
  • Black Raspberries have been shown to help prevent colorectal cancer in mice.
  • Palm Pre Plus 2 pre-orders will begin on Monday, November 8th.
  • A Swedish Hotel is replacing room keys with mobile phones.

Look for more stories tomorrow. If an important story has been missed please leave it in the comments.