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Willow Smith Talks About Maybe Remaking Her Father’s Song

December 29, 2010
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Willow Smith, the superstar daughter of world renowned actor Will Smith, sat down to do an interview with Yahoo Music. They discussed her single, working with Jay-Z and whether or not she will remake her dad’s classic song, “Parents Just Don’t Understand.” Willow did say that she is open to remaking her dad’s 1988...
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Mobile Device Makers Targeting Competitor’s Devices With Ads

December 28, 2010
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Mobile Device Makers Targeting Competitor’s Devices With Ads

Mobile phone companies are now testing a new way of getting new customers. They are doing this by having ads for their devices appear on the devices of their competitors. This exposes their products to users who are already using something similar so they may be interested in what the competitor is offering. The...
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Julian Assange Signs $1.7 Million Book Deal

December 28, 2010
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You have probably heard a lot about Julian Assange in the past year. You probably think that you know quite a good deal about him from all that you have heard, read and seen in the media. What you most likely don’t know, however, is his story from him personally. Well, we will soon...
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Kindle 3 Sales Top Harry Potter 7th Book Sales on Amazon

December 27, 2010
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Kindle 3 Sales Top Harry Potter 7th Book Sales on Amazon

We all expected the Kindle 3 to be a hit, but what we didn’t expect was for it to be the #1 Bestselling Product in Amazon History. Well, that’s what the Amazon Kindle 3 has become, the Bestselling Product in Amazon History. Now that...
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Northeast Blizzard Causes Travel Delays for Thousands of Americans

December 27, 2010
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The three major airports in the New York metropolitan area all reopened by 6 PM. This is great news as they had been closed for a while, preventing a lot of travel from happening, in addition to all of the regular commuters being stuck...
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Something’s Missing From Facebook’s Map of the World

December 26, 2010
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Something’s Missing From Facebook’s Map of the World

A man named Paul Butler recently made a map of the world. His map is a bit different from the maps that we are used to as he made it using data graphs. He is a Facebook intern, so it was not unusual that...
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Steve Martin Discovers Courtroom Humor via Twitter

December 25, 2010
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Steve Martin Discovers Courtroom Humor via Twitter

For most Americans jury duty seems to be a chore. Sure, it’s their constitutional right and all, but for most people it’s not all that fun. However, there seems to be one man who can find humor within a courtroom, and that man is...
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Paris Airport Charles de Gaulle Closes Terminal Due to Snow

December 24, 2010
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On Friday, a part of the Paris Charles de Gaulle aiport was evacuted. It was evacuated due to the heavy accumulation of snow on the roof of the building of Terminal 2E. In addition, hundreds of flights were canceled because of a shortage of...
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Poinsettia Bowl at the Qualcomm Stadium Will Go On as Planned

December 23, 2010
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Poinsettia Bowl at the Qualcomm Stadium Will Go On as Planned

There has been a very large amount of rain in California causing widespread flooding and scattered mudslides. It’s been raining for seven straight days, however, now the sun is finally out over the Qualcomm Stadium football field. The Poinsettia Bowl was scheduled for tonight,...
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Doz.me Proves Dangers of URL Shorteners

December 23, 2010
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Doz.me Proves Dangers of URL Shorteners

As an internet user of today, you should be well aware of the dangers posed by URL shorteners. If you aren’t ware of them, well, the main, most important danger is their abilty to mask potentially malicious links. This means that if you click...
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Craigslist Shuts Down “Adult Services” Section Worldwide

December 23, 2010
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You may remember how in September Craigslist decided, with pressure from American lawmakers, to shut down its “Adult Services” section in the United States. That was great news to many Americans who didn’t approved of the controversial portion of the classified ads website. That...
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Google’s Nexus S Android Phone Goes to Space

December 22, 2010
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Google’s Nexus S Android Phone Goes to Space

iPhones may be very popular, however, as of today, Google’s Android has been in space. Google wished to do something special for the launch of the new Nexus S. They decided to literally launch it. They got the phone, or actually, 7 phones, up...
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