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Submission + - SPAM: Prince+Harry!+Naked+Pictures!

An anonymous reader writes: Prince Harry was caught on film being naked, when he was playing strip billiard in his hotel room. The young Prince is holding his hand over his groin in the first photo and in the second is hugging a girl, with his naked bum showing directly to the camera. This comes as a embarrassment for the Royal family, but they refused to give a statement!
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Submission + - Windows Phone 7 Have A Jailbreak Rollback Feature

adeelarshad82 writes: The yet-unknown number of people who've bought a Windows Phone 7 device this fall probably didn't know of a hidden feature on their devices, jailbreak rollback. The jailbreak rollback reverts a jailbroken WP7 back to its locked state. It was recently observed by the makers of ChevronWP7, the first known jailbreak application for WP7. After rolling back from a jailbreak, access to unapproved apps leads to an error message saying "[application name] has been revoked by Microsoft. Please uninstall it."

Dead Pigs Used To Investigate Ocean's "Dead Zones" 106

timothy writes "As places to study what happens to corpses, the Atlantic Ocean is both much larger and much more specialized than the famous 'body farm' in Knoxville, TN. But for all kinds of good reasons, sending human bodies into Davy Jones' locker just to see where they float and how they bloat is unpopular. Pigs don't pay taxes, and more importantly, they don't vote. So Canadian scientists have taken to using them as human-body proxies, to study what happens when creatures of similar size and hairlessness (aka, us) end up 86ed and in the drink."
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Journal Journal: Writers should blame Steve Jobs and not the studios? 4

Former Disney CEO Michael Eisner called the strike by the Writer's Guild a "Stupid Strike" and Steve Jobs should be to blame in his keynote speech on Wednesday morning at the Media and Money conference hosted by Dow Jones and Nielsen. According to Eisner, The studios "make deals with Steve Jobs, who takes them to the cleaners. They make all these kinds of things, and who's making money? Apple! They should get a piece of Apple. If

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