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  • US Mobile Data Traffic Usage Exceeds Voice
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    MojoKid writes “A report just released states that total mobile data traffic topped mobile voice traffic in the United States last year, for the first time. In fact, globally, data traffic topped voice traffic on a monthly basis last year, and the total traffic across the world exceeded an exabyte for the first time in 2009. Apparently, North America and Western Europe’s mobile data markets are growing so rapidly they each should exceed an exabyte (more…)



  • Haye stops Ruiz to retain title
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    Britain’s David Haye stops American John Ruiz in round nine to make a successful first defence of his WBA heavyweight crown.

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  • Drives of a Lifetime: The World’s Greatest Scenic Routes
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    Sometimes it’s the journey, sometimes it’s the destination—and sometimes, it’s both. National Geographic Traveler has scoured the globe for the world’s most beautiful, interesting, and off-beat road trips.

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  • Five Unbreakable Sports Records You’ve Never Heard Of
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    A short list of the most unbreakable, but lesser-known records in sports.

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  • Sony “Struggled” To Market the PS3 At Launch
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    Sony’s Peter Dille on the future of multimedia connectivity and the “digital living room.”

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  • Ever Wonder Which Companies Sell The Most At GameStop?
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    As the world’s #1 specialist games retailer, GameStop has a lot of retail clout in this business. So it’s always good reading when the company discloses just which publishers do the best business across its chain of stores.

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  • Top 5 Nude Protests of All Time [PICS]
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    Today, people continue to use protest as a means of voicing dissent but in an age that is saturated by media, tactics have had to change to ensure widespread recognition of their efforts. The result is sometimes shocking, sometimes outrageous, but always attention-grabbing.

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