A high school senior in Indiana is expelled for a profane tweet. A UK gang netted over iTunes fraud. Qualcomm calls for an end to proprietary drivers. A fungus that eats polyurethane may be the end to non-biodegradable waste. Tron light cycles in less than 226 bytes. A gooey joystick for your smart phone. Alabama wants to
protect you from cyberbullying take away your first amendment rights. Plus, a Recent Study, Oh Asia You So Crazy, and Ryder Says Things!
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Secret GPS tracking is now legal in Massachusetts. College students can purcahse Windows 7 for only $30. A fascinating light show in the sky was caused by an interesting culprit. Banana theft is on the rise in India, find out why. A student kills an intruder with a samurai sword. The music industry wants royalties for previews in iTunes. All this and more, plus the Fark Headline of the Week and the Question of the Week.
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This week, the Dallas Cowboys continue their streak of giant screen fails. Someone found an SMB exploit that crashes Windows Vista and 7. Play Monopoly via Google Maps. Grocers will soon be able to label their produce without stickers, find out how! The 802.11n standard has finally been finalized. Julius Andreas Gimli Arn MacGyver Chewbacka Highlander Elessar-Jankov. We talk more about TV. Lenovo is releasing a new USB keyboard based on the T400s. All this plus Dumbass Apple News, Dumbass Palm News, the Fark Headline of the Week, and the Question of the Week!
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This week, we discuss the release of Danger Mouse’s new album, how Google is required to redo Street View in Japan, and Runpee.com. We also get into the Great TV Debate, find out our stances! These stories plus find out what this week’s Fark Headline of the Week is!
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