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  • Big East a Big Bust … So Far
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    So what determines which is the better league: more bids, more Final Four teams or who wins the national championship?

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  • Nintendo announces a 3D DS — the 3DS!
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    Titled the 3DS, this glasses-free 3D wonder is pitched as the successor to both the DS and DSi, and will be unveiled at E3 this year.

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  • Ancelotti seeks Chelsea advantage
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    Chelsea manager Carlo Ancelotti believes their Champions League exit may help them pip Manchester United and Arsenal to the Premier League title.

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  • Netflix Streaming Arrives For the Wii
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    Grant,thompson writes “As announced in January and mentioned here on Slashdot, Netflix is sending out discs today to enable streaming on the Nintendo Wii. ‘Netflix has sent out emails to customers who pre-ordered the Wii’s instant streaming disc, indicating that the disc will arrive in mailboxes tomorrow, and that the service will likely start within the next day.’”

    Read more of this story at Slashdot.

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  • Twins Give Joe Mauer A $184 Million Deal
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    Joe Mauer, the pride of St. Paul, agreed Sunday to an eight-year contract extension worth $184 million that begins next season and runs through 2018.

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  • Beijing: “Google is Not God”
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    Google’s (GOOG) principled stand in China has very quickly turned into an ugly clash with the country’s government. On Wednesday, The People’s Daily, a mouthpiece of the Chinese Communist Party, lobbed a searing editorial at the company decrying its arrogance and accusing it of collaborating with U.S. intelligence agencies.

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  • Hoy claims 10th world track title
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    Sir Chris Hoy surges to victory in the keirin event to secure his 10th world title and earn GB’s first gold medal at the Track Cycling World Championships.

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