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  1. What’s nuTsie? Listen and Share your iTunes Music and Playlists on the web and on your phone. –

    1. Join nuTsie 2. Upload iTunes information 3. Go mobile. iTunes has a built-in feature to export the metadata about your music collection. This does not export the actual digital music files. You are NOT transferring your music files to nuTsie.

  2. New Year’s Ball Goes High Tech & Green – Ecotality.Com

    The old ball contained 600 bulbs, which have now been replaced with 9,576 LEDs, making it twice as bright as the old one. The new ball is much easier on the environment, using 87 percent fewer watts! or about 10 toasters.

  3. Sony announces £126 PS3 price cut –

    The 60GB model, launched back in March, has been reduced by £76 to a recommended £349. Sony has also announced plans to launch a much-rumoured 40GB PS3 which will go on sale in the UK for just £299, due out October 10th.

  4. Major biological discovery inside the Chernobyl reactor, a fungus that feeds on radiation – WorldTime News Report – WTNRadio.Com

    There has been an exciting new biological discovery inside the tomb of the Chernobyl reactor. Like out of some B-grade sci fi movie, a robot sent into the reactor discovered a thick coat of black slime growing on the walls.

4 more articles after the Jump

  1. 19 Things NOT To Do When Building a Website – StoneRocket.Net

    Some very basic and fundamental rules that all webmasters must learn and respect when developing a website that needs to make actual money. This list can also be used by companies looking to to evaluate an already deployed website project.

  2. Inventor says electric van can go 500 miles after 8-hour charge – KY3.Com

    Luedtke, president and chief executive officer of Luedtke Enterprises of Wright County, designed a van with an electro-magnetic engine. This vehicle has been nine years in the making and can travel 500 miles without re-charging.

  3. Star Wars fans to wield lightsaber on Wii –

    LucasArts says that whilst wielding the Wiimote as a lightsaber, you’ll be able to brandish the Nunchuk in your other hand and use it to unleash Force powers on dim-witted Stormtroopers.

  4. Head for the hills: first new artificial life form created – CrunchGear.Com

    So what does this mean for you? That all depends. Venter’s claim is that bacteria could be created to soak up carbon dioxide or new life-saving drugs, all good things. However, artificially-created bacteria can be used to make biological weapons.

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