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  1. Top four reasons Blu-ray Disc will tank – ComputerWorld.Com

    four reasons why most of America probably won’t be heading down to Wal-Mart to buy a Blu-ray player anytime soon:

  2. Fix dead pixel –

    Simply drag the above graphic to your dead pixel and let it stay there for about 1 hour. The graphic will try to massage the dead pixel back alive again by getting it to change rapidly. But it doesn’t work for all dead pixels.. still its a good try.

  3. IR LEDs used to defeat Security Cameras – HackedGadgets.Com

    lasers used to “dazzle” security cameras before but they normally use visible light. I had never thought about using an array of IR LEDs (infrared light emitting diodes) to create a permanent result that would not be noticeable to anyone else around.

  4. Comcast pays Americans to oppose net neutrality – TheRegister.Co.UK

    These yellow taggers prevented many un-paid Americans from attending the hearings. Even before the meeting began, the room was full. People from the community who may have legitimate concerns about net neutrality could not find seats.

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  1. iPhone Opens to Outside Developers – ABC News.Go.Com

    Apple Inc said on Wednesday that it will give details next week of how outside programmers can create software for its iPhone, a move aimed at spurring demand for the multi-function device.

  2. Facebook Readies iPhone-Inspired Redesign –

    Facebook was a natural for the iPhone. Last year Facebook tweaked its main pages to offer an iPhone-friendly version of the site, now it’s planning to roll out some changes that make the main site look more like the iPhone version.

  3. DivX Shutting Down Stage6 – Home Video News – DigitalTrends.Com

    Digital video developer DivX has announced it will be shutting down its online video sharing service Stage6 effective February 28, 2008. The ability to upload videos has already been disabled.

  4. GP’s databases could identify tens of thousands with undiagnosed diabetes in UK – PhysOrg.Com

    The researchers surveyed 3,630,296 electronic patient records in 480 GP surgeries all over the UK which contribute anonymised electronic health record data to the QRESEARCH database in Nottingham for research purposes.

  5. JamBase Takes Main Stage: One Millionth Show Posts to, the Largest Database of Live Music Show Listings – BroadcastNewsroom.Com

    JamBase (, the premier website for fans of live music, announced today a milestone achievement, posting the millionth live music show listing to its database. With a community of 500,000 music fans

  6. Online ad revenue over $21B in 2007 –

    The Interactive Advertising Bureau said its estimates show ad revenues grew 25% last year from nearly $17 billion in 2006. In dollar amounts, the estimated gain was $4.2 billion

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