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  • The Best Multi-Sport Baseball Players of All-time
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    Every player on this list has played professional Baseball (MLB or MiLB) and another professional sport.

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  • Electric Car Nano-Batteries Aim For 500 Mile Range
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    An anonymous reader writes “Consortium members read like a Whose-Who in technology research for the Battery 500 Project which aims to use nanotechnology to extend the range of all-electric cars 200 miles beyond the 300-mile range of gasoline powered cars. IBM, the University of California at Berkeley and all five of our U.S. National Labs are collaborating to make the 500-mile electric car battery. Within two years, they promise to have a new kind (more…)

  • Radcliffe set to race in New York
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    Britain’s Paula Radcliffe plans to compete in her first 26-mile event for a year by defending her New York City Marathon title in November.

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  • NVidia Cripples PhysX “Open” API
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    An anonymous reader writes “In a foot-meet-bullet type move, NVidia is going to disable PhysX engine if you are using a display adapter other than one that came from their company. This despite the fact that you may have an NVidia card on your system specifically to do this type of processing. ‘For a variety of reasons some development expense, some quality assurance and some business reasons Nvidia will not support GPU accelerated PhysX with Nvidia (more…)

  • Adebayor to learn fate at hearing
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    Manchester City star Emmanuel Adebayor will learn his fate over a charge of improper conduct at a Football Association hearing on Thursday.

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  • Ordonez, Tigers Top Twins, Close in on AL Central Title
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    Magglio Ordonez hit a three-run double and the Detroit Tigers beat the Minnesota Twins 7-2 on Wednesday night to move closer to the AL Central title. Eddie Bonine pitched five effective innings after getting off to a rough start for Detroit, which can clinch its first division title since 1987 by beating Minnesota again in Thursday’s series finale.

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