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Friday, Nov. 7, 2008
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Today's top stories...
Craigslist fights prostitution ads
Millions of medical records at risk
Windows 7 improves on Vista
Android not particularly vulnerable
Adobe patches Flash Player
CNN’s holograms questioned
A glimpse into ancient Rome
Shop Black Friday for digital gear deals
Every day, Team Komando produces some of the best content you'll find anywhere on the Internet. Here is a sampling of what's new on our site today!
• Video of the Day: People are attracted to strange things. Would you travel to see a cat at a train station? If you lived in Japan, you might.
• Tip on the site: When burglars strike, you can lose more than material goods. They could also steal your identity. Better assume the worst.
There's more below, but first a word from us...
Choosing an HDTV tuner card
Conquering shutter lag
Have a great weekend! See you on the show!
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