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  • Halo: Reach Screenshot Leaked
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    It appears that the first photos of what could very well be Bungie’s last Halo game, Halo: Reach, have been leaked onto the web today, via the MLG Message Board

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  • Why Steve Jobs Didn’t Take Over Apple Back In 1997
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    Back in 1997, Larry Ellison was on a beach in Hawaii. After sipping his second Margarita that evening, he turned to his pal Steve Jobs, who was listening to Bob Dylan on his Sony Walkman. “Steve…Steve…STEVE! Hey, let’s buy Apple.”

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  • Next Zelda Game to Require MotionPlus, says Miyamoto
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    According to Nintendo’s mastermind, Shigeru Miyamoto, the next entry in the ever loved Zelda franchise will definitely require the use of the new Wii MotionPlus, stating that the new peripheral will “make you feel much more like you’re actually fighting while holding a sword in your hand.

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  • Shockwave Vulnerabilities Affect More Than 450 Million Systems
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    Trinity writes “Researchers from VUPEN have discovered critical vulnerabilities in Adobe Shockwave, a technology installed on over 450 million Internet-enabled desktops. The vulnerabilities could allow remote code execution by tricking a user into visiting a web page using Internet Explorer or even Mozilla Firefox. Version 11.5.1.601 as well as earlier ones are affected. The vendor recommends upgrading to version 11.5.1.602.” Especially sobering when (more…)

  • Disgraced NBA Referee, Tim Donaghy, Released From Prison
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    Tim Donaghy, the disgraced former NBA referee who admitted to gambling on games that he officiated, was officially released from a federal prison on W

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  • US Olympic Speedskating to be Sponsored by Stephen Colbert
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    On Monday’s “The Colbert Report,” Stephen Colbert announced his show has become the primary sponsor of the U.S. Speedskating team. The team’s largest annual cash sponsor, DSB Bank NV, left the team in the lurch after it declared bankruptcy in October. The name “Colbert Nation” will be emblazoned on the team’s uniforms.

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  • 7 Sinister Ways Freemasons Control Our Country & Why It’s BS
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    Many believe the Freemasons are a law unto themselves, a group who has systematically seized control of the power structures of American business over hundreds of years. It is of course nonsense…

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  • The Future of Video Game Input: Muscle Sensors
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    Motion control and multi-touch have become common in devices ranging from Nintendo’s Wii to Apple’s iPhone. But a muscle-sensing system could someday allow gamers to play air “Guitar Hero” without a controller, or help harried parents with full hands open car doors.

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  • New Web-Based Netbook From Litl — Based On Clutter, Uncluttered
    By on November 5, 2009 | Comments Off  Comments

    cananian writes “The webbook company of Gnome’s own Havoc Pennington (with a healthy dose of ex-Nokia and ex-OLPC engineers) finally shed its secrecy today, with a new web site and an article in the WSJ. Technical specs on the hardware were found by Engadget last week, and now comes a bit more information on the software behind the UI. Most of the client software is written in JavaScript with GTK/Clutter bindings, and the UI has some superficial similarities (more…)

  • Favre Beats Packers at Lambeau: 4 TDs in a Single Game
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    Brett Favre still knows how to win big games at Lambeau Field, even if this one came for the enemy and to a chorus of boos. or the second time in less than a month, Brett Favre sliced up his former team and stuck it to the franchise that cast him aside as the Minnesota Vikings beat the Green Bay Packers 38-26 at Lambeau on Sunday.

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