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On this week's Buzz Report, the cutest kitten in the world, viruses in space, and starving Googlers.
This week in Buzz: Virus writers have a little gift for lovers. MySpace will protect precious copyright. And, strangely, people don't want radio chips implanted in their arms. Who woulda thunk?
The 'New York Times' is becoming an open platform. Can the nation's flagship paper become the next "it" thing in social media? Sony is going to beef up its OLED offerings so perhaps we'll see more than just an 11-inch TV for over $2,000. And you can now order a happy meal with your cell phone. If you live in Japan, that is.
CNET News.com's Reporters' Roundtable reacts to the Infosys CEO's predictions for the future of outsourcing. Hear the group discuss what could happen next.
What's more exciting than a mystery Apple announcement? Well, not the products the company announced--that and more in this week's Buzz Report.
What if you could have the Daily Buzz on video? Well, now you can. It is OK, go ahead and laugh.
Buzz Report has some girl-to-girl advice for Yahoo, and the Apple iPhone is under attack...again. We've got some advice for them, too.
What in the heck is Android, and what does it have to do with when we can buy a gPhone? Also: Mark the intern fights back.
Journalism student Matt Buckner (Elijah Wood) has been expelled from Harvard for a crime he didn't commit. His promising career ended and his future looking bleak, he heads for London to seek refuge with his married sister Shannon (Claire Forlani) and her husband Steve (Marc Warren). Steve introduces Matt to his younger brother Pete (Charlie Hunnam) and, through their friendship, Matt enters the world of football fanaticism and the secrecy and intrigue of the football firm. Pete Dunham and his close knit group of friends make up the Green Street Elite (GSE), a hard core group of West Ham United supporters ? and one of the toughest London football firms. All the football clubs have a firm and they all have one aim ? to be the most feared and respected mob in the country - no matter what it takes. As Pete explains 'West Ham's football is mediocre, but our firm's top notch and everyone knows it? it's really about reputation ? humiliating the other mob by beating them in a row or doing things that other firms get to hear about.' Matt is not only drawn into the sheer excitement of the game of football itself, but also the brotherhood and loyalty of life inside the GSE. The buzz that violence brings to him produces a sense of power that he has never before experienced. But Matt has been sparring with the truth about his past life and not every member of the firm considers him a 'brother'. Bovver (Leo Gregory), resents the presence of the outsider and his own apparent demotion within the ranks of the GSE. His continuing distrust and dislike of Matt creates a powder keg of jealousy and emotion that's just searching for an opportunity to blow. When Bovver discovers hidden information about Matt it sets off a devastating chain of events that tests friendship, loyalty, honor and determination in battle. Tragic consequences force Matt to acknowledge the cost of his actions and the painful lessons learned lead him to re-evaluate his future.
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