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  1. 10 things that should be in Apple’s next Mac Pro – ComputerWorld.Com

    The latest generation of Mac Pros, although radically restyled on the inside when Apple jumped to Intel chips in 2006. But the expected move to Penryn chips could mean the first major change in Mac Pro design in years.

  2. Pirates take over anti-piracy website – Tech.Co.UK

    When asked to confirm how they got the domain name, Pirate Bay administrator Brokeup told TorrentFreak: “It’s not a hack. Someone just gave us the domain name. We have no idea how they got it, but it’s ours and we’re keeping it.”

  3. A ‘Smart Bra’ to Find Breast Cancer? – ABCNews.Go.Com

    One team of researchers in the United Kingdom says it is moving closer to a prototype for such an undergarment. Called a “smart bra,” the device incorporates a series of microwave antennae to detect temperature changes in the breast.

  4. Joost opens the floodgates, so you can now sign up – TechDigest.TV

    Viacom has partnered up with the Skype founders behind Joost, and are allowing shows from MTV, BET, Comedy Central and a few films from Paramount to be streamed. CBS, CNN and Major League Baseball have all joined forces as well.

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  1. Does Computer Use Actually Cause Carpal Tunnel? – Slashdot.Org

    ‘The current research shows that computer use has very little role in causing carpal tunnel syndrome.’ It even seems that both Harvard and the Journal of the American Medical Association agree with his conclusions.”

  2. Media Biz Led Zeppelin takes flight online – CNNMoney.CNN.Com

    a spokesman for Warner Music Group confirmed to me Monday that other reports about Led Zeppelin’s music becoming available on other major music stores on Nov. 13 were true. Apple’s iTunes, Napster and RealNetworks’ Rhapsody.

  3. Europe May Regulate Broadband Pricing – PCWorld.Com

    Fewer than six percent of Bulgarians have access to broadband Internet access, while nearly 40 percent of Danes do, the Commission found in its latest study into broadband penetration across the 27 member states of the E.U.

  4. Apple Being Sued Based on Greenpeace iPhone Report – PCWorld.Com

    The Center for Environmental Health on Monday said that it is suing Apple based on the report by environmental group Greenpeace. The report, released earlier today, found hazardous materials in Apple’s iPhone.

  5. World’s Largest Ethnic Webcaster Builds $50 Million CDN – Beet.TV

    JumpTV, the Toronto-based company, provides live streams of some 300 ethnic television shows from 75 nations. With this extraordinary demand for bandwidth, the company has invested $50 million in a proprietary content delivery network (CDN).

  6. Greenpeace Slams iPhone – PCWorld.Com

    Greenpeace has disassembled an iPhone to find out what’s inside, and claims to have uncovered two types of hazardous substances, brominated compounds (indicating the presence of brominated flame retardants) and hazardous PVC.

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