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  1. New Lithium-Ion Battery Rules for Travel Effective – MobileWhack.Com

    Effective January 1, 2008, the following rules apply to the spare lithium batteries you carry with you in case the battery in a device runs low: *Spare batteries are the batteries you carry separately from the devices they power.

  2. Sony is preparing to launch laptops with Penryn processor – SlashGear.Com

    Sony is preparing to launch its Penryn based laptops. The VAIO AR7, FZ4, and SZ7 will feature Intel’s new Core 2 Duo mobile that uses 45nm-manufacturing process. The Santa Rosa Refresh platform will give laptop users longer battery life.

  3. Fabulous! The greatest parties of all time – Independent.Co.Uk

    The great parties of yore were slightly more elaborate affairs. “The most spectacular dinner party to be held at the Savoy took place on 30 June 1905, when George A Kessler, the champagne millionaire, celebrated King Edward VII’s birthday.”

  4. If you have 25 million views and only made $5k well…. – GeekNewsCentral.Com

    Perez Hilton says he had 25 million views on YouTube over the past three months and only made $5,000. To think he had 25 million views and only made $5k rocks me to the core. Whoever is managing his ad deals needs to be fired.

10 more articles after the Jump

  1. Canadians will pay less tax in 2008 – CBC.Ca

    Canadian shoppers, taxpayers and corporations will pay fewer taxes in the new year. Shoppers will save money on everything they buy starting Tuesday when the GST drops one percentage point to five per cent.

  2. Trucker Drives Off San Diego-Area Pier – ABCNews.Go.Com

    A trucker hauling a load of Volkswagen cars drove his cab and several cars into San Diego Bay after blacking out at a marine terminal, authorities said. The unidentified driver suffered some kind of medical emergency and drove off a pier

  3. IPhone: Full Video Demo of Apple iPhone Firmware 1.1.3 Features – Gizmodo.Com

    If anyone had any doubts left about the 100% veracity of the Apple Firmware 1.1.3, here is full video demonstration of most of the new features, from GPS-like cell-tower triangulation positioning, Google Maps hybrid map view

  4. Man arrested for stalking girls via Xbox Live – GameRush.ZoomShare.Com

    In Spokane, Washington, a 20-year-old man, Joshua Stetar of Saratoga Springs, New York, was arrested on felony stalking charges after chatting to a 15-year-old girl on Xbox Live and eventually threatening to rape the girl and her sister.

  5. Two-Thirds of People Read Time From Cell Phones Over Watches – MobileMag.Com

    It appears that nearly two-thirds of people prefer to check the current time on their cell phone rather than on a conventional wristwatch. The Gizmodo pol – 64.7% check time on their phones, just 31.0% still use a wristwatch.

  6. Apple is definitely releasing a new portable device of some sort – SlashGear.Com

    So over the holidays Apple had an employee party where they had some fans of theirs that are in the music business come and perform. Not a big deal right? Wrong, the interesting part comes in the method of payment they were offered for performing.

  7. iPhones Sales in the UK Right on Track – MobileWhack.Com

    According to the Financial Times, Key expects to sell 200k iPhones by early January, which is consistent with the company’s target since launching this innovative smartphone last November.

  8. A Sad Milestone: AOL To Discontinue Netscape Browser Development – TechCrunch.Com

    Please observe a moment of silence for the Netscape browser. Netscape Navigator, the browser that launched the commercial Internet in October 1994, will die on February 1, 2008. AOL, which acquired Netscape in 1998 for $4.2 billion.

  9. Microsoft Using YouTube To Promote Vista & Live, Leaves Comments Open – TechCrunch.Com

    Microsoft has taken its marketing push for Windows Vista and Windows Live into enemy territory by offering demonstration videos on YouTube (example above). The new channel (link) was launched December 21.

  10. Apple will release iPhone firmware 1.1.3? – Mobile.dpszone.Com

    Rumors Apple will release iPhone firmware version 1.1.3 probably at Macworld next month. Updates include handling SMS to multiple recipients, disk mode of storing general data, hybrid view of the Google maps, voice recording mode for capturing voice memos.

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