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What Else is New? Bush is still being a Miserable Failure!

Uh oh, can we impeach Bush before Obama officially becomes President?

In another nod to his alleged “free-market” principles, President Bush has expressed disapproval of the free nationwide Wi-Fi proposal being considered by the FCC and Congress.

It’s an inauspicious time to decry helpful, even vital democratic initiatives in favor of ideology — after all, many of our most outspoken critics of federal mandate and regulation have ended up looking dogmatic, shortsighted or downright ignorant of late.

But that has

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1.1-inch Keychain Digital Photo Frame!

1.1-inch Keychain Digital Photo Frame!

For the ultimate portable digital photo frame, this 1.1″ Keychain-size digital photo frame will successfully satisfy your hunger for portable media.

    Display: 1.1-inch CSTN color screen Memory: 8MB built-in flash memory Digital Photo Frame, Support BMP, JPG format Power: buit-in 3.7V lithium battery or USB 5V supply Control buttons including change photo and slideshow mode Image resolu

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Nokia E66 Approved by FCC

Yey, Nokia E66 is approved by FCC.  Too bad they still need to work on their browser.  No matter how fast their phone goes, it will still be crappy by Zedomax standards if there’s no browser that supports flash.

One of Nokia’s upcoming business-class handsets, the svelte E66 slider, has garnered FCC approval ahead of a launch that we’ve got to believe is happening in the very near future now. That’s the good news; the bad news is that there’s zero North American 3G involved from what we can see in the test reports.

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FCC May Regulate Cellphone Early Termination Fees

Yes!  As a owner of 5 cellphones in the last 2 years, I think it’s time that consumers start fighting back against stupid contract termination fees which I paid about 3-4 times while trying to find the fastest cellular internet service.  (which ended up as Sprint.  AT&T (Cingular), T-mobile, Verizon, they all suck.

Cell phone companies routinely charge customers $175 or more for quitting their service early. Under a proposal to the Federal Communication

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