‘Suspicious’ Package At Limbaugh’s Home Traced To Pa. – WTAE Pittsburgh


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'Suspicious' Package At Limbaugh's Home Traced To Pa.
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PALM BEACH, Fla. -- Authorities said a suspicious package sent in the mail to Rush Limbaugh's South Florida home was traced back to a man in the Wexford area. Palm Beach police spokesman Fred Hess said the item investigated Thursday afternoon turned ...
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Storage Options intros Scroll Extreme, says it’s ‘world’s most powerful tablet under £200′

Storage Options intros Scroll Extreme, says it's 'world's most powerful tablet under £200'
Sure, CES and MWC brought along a plethora of Ice Cream Sandwich slates this year. So what sort of harm can adding one more to the pile do -- especially if it claims to be the most powerful sub-£200 Android slab on the globe. Enter Storage Option's Scroll Extreme, which sports a 9.7-inch, 1024 x 768 display, 1.2GHz Cortex A8 CPU, 1GB of RAM and 8GB of built-in storage with an option to expand via microSD. Also included in the £189.99 ($303) deal are front 0.3 and 2-megapixel rear shooters, as well as allowing you to output regular and 3D content (because it knows you'll only watch Hugo on the big screen). It's also worth mentioning that your app needs have to be fulfilled by the SlideMe store (we don't blame you if you're unfamiliar), since this beast lacks the right credentials to access the Android Market. If you're brave enough to put its claims to the test, you'll have to wait until April and live in the UK to do so. In the meantime, you can flip through the glammy press shots below to catch all of its revealing angles.

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Flames-Coyotes Game Review – USA TODAY


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Flames-Coyotes Game Review
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Glendale, AZ (Sports Network) - Olli Jokinen scored the winner in a three- goal first period and the Calgary Flames held on for a 4-2 win over the Phoenix Coyotes. Jarome Iginla had a goal and an assist while Curtis Glencross and Mike Cammalleri both ...
Flames beat Coyotes 4-2CBS News

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D-Backs camp report: Maturing rotation gives batters breathing room – CBSSports.com


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D-Backs camp report: Maturing rotation gives batters breathing room
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By Scott Miller | CBSSports.com Senior Baseball Columnist SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. -- Nobody was hit with pitches last summer in the National League more frequently than Justin Upton. He was drilled in the arm. The leg. The back. Hip? Yep. You name it.
Diamondbacks: Catcher is 'the worst job'AZ Central.com

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President Obama stirs up campaign issues in New Hampshire – Boston Herald


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President Obama stirs up campaign issues in New Hampshire
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By Hillary Chabot And Joe Battenfeld NASHUA, NH — President Obama focused on election-year issues such as lowering gas prices and skewering his GOP competition at an event that administration officials insisted was government-related — even though one ...
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Captain Jason Varitek leaves as he came, as a Red Sox – Boston Herald


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Captain Jason Varitek leaves as he came, as a Red Sox
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By Scott Lauber FORT MYERS -— Jason Varitek [stats] is a barrel-chested bear of a man. He stands 6-foot-2, weighs 230 pounds, and even now, six weeks shy of his 40th birthday, he's all muscle. And yet there he was last night, fighting back tears as he ...
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PSA: Vessel available on Steam and dev’s site now, 10 percent off

After a long development process that began in 2010, the debut title from indie developer Strange Loop Games, Vessel, has been released.

Nominated for an IGF award in Technical Excellence -- which is an award we win daily -- Vessel is available both on Steam and via the developer's own site.

To sweeten the watery deal, Vessel is available for 10% off its regular price. Purchasing the game from the developer will net you a DRM-free version and a Steam code. The promotion, which drops the game down to $13.49 from its original asking price of $15, ends on March 8. Act fast because ... uh, something, something sink or swim? Vessel is liquid-based, so the joke holds water.

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Tim Hardaway Jr., Michigan still alive for share of Big Ten title – ESPN


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Michigan guard Zack Novak (0) dives for a ball along the baseline against Illinois in the first half of an NCAA... Associated Press CHAMPAIGN, Ill. -- Michigan (No. 16 ESPN/USA Today, No. 13 AP) came to Illinois knowing another clunker of a performance ...
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Canon announces EOS 5D Mark III: 22.3 MP full-frame sensor, 6 fps, 102,400 max ISO, 1080/30p HD, yours for $3,500 (video)

Suffice it to say, March 2012 is a notable month for Canon. Not only does it mark the 25th anniversary of the first EOS SLR, but it's also ushering in Canon's latest addition to its full-frame DSLR lineup. That gorgeous beast your eyes are feasting upon is the company's new EOS 5D Mark III. That's right folks, this isn't a replacement for the Mark II, but rather an updated variant meant to sit between the workhorse of four years and the company's soon to arrive EOS-1D X. At a glance, the shooter is nearly indistinguishable from its older sibling, although a closer inspection reveals a new name badge, improved weather- and dust-resistance and some slight tweaks to its top-mounted info display and buttons on the back.

Don't be fooled, however, as there are obviously major changes here worthy of the new moniker. Key specs include a larger 1,040,000-dot 3.2-inch rear LCD, Digic 5+ processor, 22.3-megapixel CMOS sensor, 61-Point High Density Reticular autofocus with 41 cross-types (all of which are borrowed from the 1D X), dual memory card slots (SD and CompactFlash) an extended ISO range of 50 to 102,400 (100 to 25,600, natively), OVF with 100 percent coverage (versus 98 previously), and a maximum 6 FPS burst speed. Naturally, the 5D Mark III is no slouch in the video department: it can capture h.264 footage at HD resolutions up to 1080 at 24/25/30p or 720 at 50/60p, with an effective ISO range of 100-128,000 -- and of course there's a stereo mic input for the microphone of your choice. Better yet, not only does it allow for real-time control of your audio levels during filming, but also monitoring, being the first EOS-series DSLR to come equipped with a headphone jack (!) -- something that's been sorely missing in the world of ILC cameras. We've only skimmed the surface, however, so join us past the break for further details and a quick video overview.

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