Samsung’s GT-i9300 is probably not the Galaxy S III, as revealed by its low-res screen

Straight from the Dana Scully school of debunking, Android Community has poured cold water on the notion that the GT-i9300 is the quasi-mythical Galaxy S III. Having happened upon the user agent profile of the device bearing that codename, the stats reveal a lackluster 1024 x 600 resolution display that's easily beaten by the Galaxies Nexus and Note. We'll be keeping our eyes peeled at Mobile World Congress and hope that Samsung isn't planning to ruin the pedigree of the handsets that have previously born that code: the i9200 was the Galaxy S II and the i9250 was the Galaxy Nexus, after all.

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More than 2500 religious leaders to Obama: Contraception mandate ‘a severe … – Daily Caller


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By Caroline May FILE - In this Feb. 13, 2012 file photo, President Barack Obama speaks at Northern Virginia Community College in Annandale, Va. (AP Photo/Susan Walsh, File) More than 2500 evangelical and ministry leaders from a range of denominations ...
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Williams powers Nets past Lin, Knicks – USA TODAY


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Williams powers Nets past Lin, Knicks
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NEW YORK (AP) – Linsanity started against the New Jersey Nets, and this time All-Star guard Deron Williams was determined not to be embarrassed by the Harvard guy again. By Debby Wong, US Presswire Deron Williams (8) poured in 38 points and eight 3s to ...
Carmelo Anthony, Baron Davis set to join the Linsanity for New York KnicksWashington Post

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Acy powers No. 14 Baylor over Texas – USA TODAY


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Acy powers No. 14 Baylor over Texas
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AUSTIN, Texas (AP) – Quincy Acy had 22 points and 16 rebounds to power No. 13 Baylor to a tough 77-72 win over Texas on Monday night. By Michael Thomas, AP Baylor guard Pierre Jackson, left, drives around Texas guard Julien Lewis during the first half ...
Acy double-double powers Baylor over Texas 77-72The Associated Press


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Dwight Howard has 28 points and 16 rebounds to lead Magic to 93-90 win over Bucks – Washington Post


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Dwight Howard has 28 points and 16 rebounds to lead Magic to 93-90 win over Bucks
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MILWAUKEE — Down two points with under a minute left against Milwaukee, the Orlando Magic found themselves in a familiar position. And for the third time in 10 days, the Magic completed a fourth-quarter comeback, beating the Bucks 93-90 on Monday night ...
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Albert Pujols powers excitement – ESPN


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Albert Pujols powers excitement
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By Jerry Crasnick Baseball Tonight's Karl Ravech and Pedro Gomez recap the arrivals of new acquisitions Albert Pujols and CJ Wilson to spring training on Monday. TEMPE, Ariz. -- Albert Pujols is a Hall of Fame lock and the greatest player of his ...
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‘A MAZE. Indie Games Award’ is open for submissions, amazement

The A MAZE. Indie Games Award 2012, held during the Deutsche Gamestage in Berlin from April 26 to 27, is now taking submissions and will award one single indie game the "Most Amazing Indie Game" title, which would be a pretty awesome thing to put on your resume. The winner is selected by a "high-profile international jury" to be revealed in March, and will receive €5000 ($6,599) and a suitably "amazing trophy."

Submissions are open to anyone and everyone, for a fee of €45 ($59) through March 30, with finalists announced in mid-April. This is just a hunch, but now might be the time to build that rat-maze game you were thinking of at 2 a.m. that one night -- the one with the makeup-testing and cancer-treatment levels. Again, just a hunch.

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Taser’s on-officer cameras catch you in the act, right to remain silent imperative

Taser International has released an update to its on-officer system, the AXON Flex. The new rig provides law enforcement officials with body-mounted cameras that capture video evidence "from the officer's perspective." These recording devices can be affixed to the hat, collar, shoulder or on specially designed Oakley shades and are ruggedized to IPX2 standards. That's all well and good, but what really gives this setup nerd-cred is what can be done with the captured video. Through a partnership with evidence.com, the Flex system can send footage to a "military grade" cloud-based storage system for safe keeping; there is also an on-site storage option for IT-savvy forces. As if that weren't enough, Taser and Looxcie have co-developed a smartphone app -- available for iOS or Android -- that will allow officers to review captured clips and add GPS coordinates, notes or timestamps. The system's goal is to protect officers from "false claims, enhance public trust [and] decrease litigation." AXON Flex is set to be released in Q1 and will have a base price of around $700. Don't tase film me, bro.

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UF would set its own tuition under new bill – MiamiHerald.com


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The legislation would let top-tier research universities set higher 'market rate' tuition, but the way the bill is written, only UF would qualify. University of Florida students make their way through a crosswalk near the campus landmark Century Tower.
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