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Untouched meteorite impact crater found via Google Earth

"A pristine meteorite impact crater has been found in a remote area of the Sahara desert in southwest Egypt. The crater was originally noticed on Google Earth images, and is believed to be only a few thousand years old." Read more here.

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Online Video Game Sales Near Parity with Retail Stores

"More PC gamers are turning to the Web to access and download their favorite video games, according to a report from the NPD Group.

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Apple the new world leader in software insecurity

"Apple has displaced Oracle as the company with the most security vulnerabilities in its software, according to security company Secunia. Over the first half of 2010, Apple had more reported flaws than any other vendor. Microsoft retains its third-place spot." Read more here.

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FCC Now Defines Broadband As 4 Mbps

"For over a decade, the standard has been set at 200 Kbps downstream, but the FCC now puts it at 4 Mbps downstream and 1 Mbps upstream." Read more here.

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Every black hole may hold a hidden universe

"WE COULD be living inside a black hole. This head-spinning idea is one cosmologist's conclusion based on a modification of Einstein's equations of general relativity that changes our picture of what happens at the core of a black hole." Read more here.

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In Politics, Sometimes The Facts Don't Matter

"A new body of research out of the University of Michigan suggests that's not what happens, that we base our opinions on beliefs and when presented with contradictory facts, we adhere to our original belief even more strongly." Read more here.

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'Google Me' site may be in the works

"If online reports are to be believed, Google could be cooking up a rival for Facebook -- and bringing the maker of popular social games like "FarmVille" with them." Read more here.

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Why Consumer Reports can't recommend the iPhone 4

"It's official. Consumer Reports' engineers have just completed testing the iPhone 4, and have confirmed that there is a problem with its reception. When your finger or hand touches a spot on the phone's lower left side—an easy thing, especially for lefties—the signal can significantly degrade enough to cause you to lose your connection altogether if you're in an area with a weak signal. Due to this problem, we can't recommend the iPhone 4." Read more here.

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Gamers more likely to play sports in real life

"A study by a French sports science college has concluded that playing sports video games can 'increase participation' in real sports, especially amongst young men and boys." Read more here.

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FCC broadband plan will put US in "second tier of countries"

"Even the oldest US Senators have gotten the message—the US wants fast broadband.

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