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Thursday, November 10, 2011

Sunday, November 6, 2011

Like a Box of Chocolates


MANILA, Philippines -- But this article is not about truffles, pralines and chocolate bars. It is about Bubba Gump, that restaurant from the “Run, Forrest Run” movie in the ‘90s, remember? So this will be all about shrimps, life, love… and shrimps.

New football helmets no better than leather: study


Modern football helmets are no more effective in protecting high school and college players from injury than the leather helmets used nearly 100 years ago, according to a new study by the Cleveland Clinic.

NBA owners and players resuming labor talks this weekend


National Basketball Association (NBA) owners and players will resume negotiations for a new labor agreement on Saturday amid reports a group of frustrated players want to dissolve their union.

Heart procedures linked to cognitive decline


In a new study of German heart patients, people who had invasive bypass surgery and those who underwent less-invasive stent placement showed declines in thinking and memory skills a few months after the procedures.

John Lennon's tooth sells for more than $31,000 at auction


The tooth fairy's trash became another man's treasure Saturday when a discolored molar that once belonged to John Lennon was put up for auction.

Friday, November 4, 2011

The week Google really 'messed up'

Love or hate Google, you probably don't expect this sort of message from one of the largest and most innovative Internet and technology companies in the world:
"The iOS app we launched today contained a bug with notifications," the company wrote Wednesday on Twitter. "We have pulled the app to fix the problem. Sorry we messed up."

I was lucky to be selected for Presidents Cup, says Woods


Former world number one Tiger Woods said on Thursday he was fortunate to have been picked by U.S. captain Fred Couples for the Presidents Cup defense in Australia later this month.

UFC set for Macau, Singapore amid Asia expansion


The Ultimate Fighting Championship comes crashing into the homes of mainstream America next week when its TV network deal kicks into life and, while U.S. revenues remain the UFC's lifeblood, CEO Lorenzo Fertitta is banking on global growth to secure the long-term future of the organization.

U.S. blames China, Russia for cyber espionage


China and Russia are using cyber espionage to steal U.S. trade and technology secrets to bolster their own economic development, which poses a threat to U.S. prosperity and security, a U.S. intelligence report said on Thursday.

London campers stay to 2012


LONDON (AP) – Protesters camped outside London's St. Paul's Cathedral said Wednesday that authorities have offered to let the tent city stay until next year, as the leader of the world's Anglicans backed a so-called Robin Hood tax on financial transactions as one way to alleviate the global economic crisis.




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