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McFadden named USA Today Player of the Week (Newport Independent)

Arkansas tailback Darren McFadden has been named the USA Today Player of the Week it was announced by the national publication. McFadden rushed for 145 yards and one touchdown on 28 carries in the Razorbacks’ 27-10 upset of No. 2 Auburn last weekend.


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QUALCOMM and MediaFLO USA Support FCC Ruling (SYS-CON Media)

QUALCOMM Incorporated , a leading developer and innovator of Code Division Multiple Access (CDMA) and other advanced wireless technologies and MediaFLO(TM) USA Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of QUALCOMM, today announced their support for a unanimous Federal Communications Commission (FCC) ruling released in response to a Petition for Declaratory Ruling filed by QUALCOMM in January 2005. The


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Townsend Files Suit Against Huntington Beach Conference and Visitors Bureau Over Claimed SURF CITY USA Trademark (PR Newswire via Yahoo! Finance)

Townsend and Townsend and Crew LLP announced today the filing of a lawsuit in California Superior Court for the City and County of Santa Cruz in an effort to resolve an ongoing legal battle over use of the mark Surf City USA on apparel, gifts and other items.


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QUALCOMM and MediaFLO USA Support FCC Ruling (Broadcast Newsroom)

SAN DIEGO , Oct. 12 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ QUALCOMM Incorporated (Nasdaq: QCOM), a leading developer and innovator of Code Division Multiple Access (CDMA) and other advanced wireless technologies and MediaFLO(TM) USA Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of QUALCOMM, today announced their support for a unanimous Federal Communications Commission (FCC) ruling released in response to a Petition for


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USA TODAY weather focus: Follow the looping low (USA Today)

Occluded fronts are the least glamorous and hardest to explain of the four major varieties of fronts (with the others being cold, warm and stationary.) However, todays focus (left) does a pretty good job of explaining what they are. Early


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XFONE USA Chooses GENBAND and Solunet/Dynavar for Advanced Packet Telephone Infrastructure (Broadcast Newsroom)

PLANO, Texas, BUSINESS WIRE GENBAND(TM) Inc., a leading provider of IMS-based telecommunications applications and infrastructure products enabling converged IP multimedia services, announced today that XFONE, USA, Inc., the wholly-owned subsidiary of XFONE, Inc. (AMEX:XFN), has chosen GENBANDs G6(R) Universal Media Gateway through Solunet/Dynavar Corporation, who will provide integration


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Kaiser Daily HIV/AIDS Report Summarizes USA Today Editorial, Opinion Piece On CDC HIV Testing Recommendations (Medical News Today)

USA Today on Monday published an editorial and an opinion piece on CDCs new HIV testing recommendations. The recommendations, published in the Sept. 22 edition of CDCs Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report, say that voluntary HIV testing should become a routine part of medical care for residents ages 13 to 64. [click link for full article]


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USA: Amnesty International?s Call for Freedom Bolstered by New Cell Phone Service (Amnesty International)

Amnesty International USA today announced the next stage of high-tech philanthropy with the first cell phone service that makes every call a call for human rights. It?s Amnesty Wireless, powered by Working Assets.


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USA Swimming: Golden Google Nominations (SwimNews.com)

USA Swimming today in Colorado Springs released the nominations for the 2006 Golden Goggle Awards for the best American swimmers and coaches of the year.


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USA Swimming announces Golden Goggles nominees (USA Swimming)

COLORADO SPRINGS , Colo. – USA Swimming today released the nominations for the 2006 Golden Goggle Awards, a red carpet event celebrating the year’s top performances in competitive swimming in the USA. The star-studded celebration will take place at the Beverly Hilton in Beverly Hills, Calif., on Sunday, Nov. 19, and will feature more than 30 U.S. Olympic swimmers as well as entertainment


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