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[ATTACH=right]16169[/ATTACH]Today on [URL="http://news.google.com"]Google News' Top Stories front page[/URL] you could find plenty of coverage of the ruling allowing the [URL="http://www.daniweb.com/news/story299633.html"]"jailbreaking" of iPhones[/URL] as well as some discussion of the soon to be released update of the Android operating system and continued skepticism about Microsoft's upcoming Phone 7. Just above most of these headlines was a link to Google News' Mobile Technology "section," a new feature and a slight alteration to the way Google News' algorithms organize its thousands of headline links into something useful. Clicking over to the front of the [URL="http://news.google.com/news/section?pz=1&cf=all&ned=us&hl=en&q=Mobile+Technology"]Mobile Technology section[/URL], however, brought to light the shortcomings …

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Some headlines are just too good to pass up, and this is one of them. [URL="http://news.cnet.com/8301-1023_3-10036131-93.html"]According to reports[/URL] it would appear that an iffy Google News search was responsible for stock in United Airlines to crash. And crash is a pretty good description as the stock plummeted by 75 percent, down from $12.30 to less than $3 at one point. So how was Google News to blame for all this? Well it seems that the South Florida-based Income Securities Advisors service did a Google News search and stumbled across a Chicago Tribune story that United Airlines had filed for bankruptcy. …

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