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Thomas Kinkade was one of the most successful artists in the US, but he struggled with alcoholism before his death at the age of 54, and split from his wife Nanette in 2010

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Nanette Kinkade, the ex-wife of Thomas Kinkade, the successful Painter of Light who died earlier this month, has filed a restraining order against his live-in girlfriend. Thomas Kinkade’s family wants to stop Amy Pinto-Walsh from breaching a confidentiality agreement she signed more than a year ago. Nanette Kinkade fears Amy Pinto-Walsh will attempt to sell her story and could release private fam...

Sonya Thomas, 42, who is 5ft 5in and weighs 105lb claimed her record as part of the Wild Turkey 81 Eating World Championship, held in Times Square, New York

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Sonya “The Black Widow” Thomas’ turkey eating record was beaten by Takeru Kobayashi one day later. Takeru Kobayashi managed to scoff 7.5 lb of turkey in 10 minutes in Turtle Bay, New York, on Wednesday, beating Sonya Thomas’ 5.25 lb effort. Dan Rollman, of Recordsetter.com, told the Huffington Post: “Never in my life have witnessed food disappear like that. The man is true culinary Houdini....

Amy Pinto-Walsh recently produced a shakily-written will that states she is entitled to Thomas Kinkade’s Monte Sereno, California, mansion and an additional $10 million to start a museum at that location, as well as another $66.3 million in original artwork and collected paintings

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The battle rages over the estate of the Painter of Light Thomas Kinkade, as his mistress Amy Pinto-Walsh yesterday claimed famed commercial artist left her his mansion and millions of dollars. Amy Pinto-Walsh recently produced a shakily-written will that states she is entitled to Thomas Kinkade’s Monte Sereno, California, mansion and an additional $10 million to start a museum at that location, a...

Google launches internet-beaming balloons into near space

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Google is launching superpressure balloons into near space to provide internet access to buildings on the ground. About 30 of the superpressure balloons are being launched from New Zealand from where they will drift around the world on a controlled path. Attached equipment will offer 3G-like speeds to 50 testers in the country. Access will be intermittent, but in time Google hopes to build a big...

"The Muppets were a family" for Jim Henson.

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Google celebrates Jim Henson 75th birthday anniversary featuring a doodle with 5 Muppets.   Jim Henson Google Doodle   The logo is HTML5-powered and it is interactive, clicking on the circle below each character, it follows the cursor with its eyes, and double-clicking on one, it opens its mouth. One of them throw its glasses, and other eats its neighbor. Brian Henson, Jim Henson‘...

Alma Whitten, who was Google's first privacy director, is to step down after three years in the role

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Alma Whitten, who was Google’s first privacy director, is to step down after three years in the role. The position was created by the search giant after mistakes on privacy including Google’s Street View cars collecting personal data as they captured images of street scenes. London-based Alma Whitten is being replaced in June by California-based Google software engineer Lawrence You....

The Santa Clara County Coroner's Office reported Thomas Kinkade's cause of death as “acute ethanol and Diazepam intoxication” and manner of death as “accident”

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Painter Thomas Kinkade died of accidental acute intoxication from alcohol and an anti-anxiety medication, an autopsy report revealed late Monday. The Santa Clara County Coroner’s Office reported Thomas Kinkade’s cause of death as “acute ethanol and Diazepam intoxication” and manner of death as “accident”, according to NBC Bay Area. Diazepam is the active ingredient in name-brand...

Jenna Lee Thomas, the weather forecaster of news station WJBF in Augusta, Georgia, got the surprise of a lifetime last week when her boyfriend proposed during a live broadcast

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Jenna Lee Thomas, the weather forecaster of news station WJBF in Augusta, Georgia, got the surprise of a lifetime last week when her boyfriend proposed during a live broadcast. Jenna Lee Thomas was doing the five-day forecast when her boyfriend, Eric Wright, entered the studio and popped the question. Eric Wright got in touch with weekend anchor Jillian Benfield last month about his plans, which...

Christopher Thomas Johnson, 39, has been executed last night at Holman Correctional Facility in Atmore, Alabama

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Christopher Thomas Johnson, an Alabama man who has spent just 4 years on death row for the fatal suffocation and beating his baby son, was put to death by lethal injection on Thursday evening. Christopher Thomas Johnson, 39, has been executed last night at Holman Correctional Facility in Atmore, Alabama. The death row intimate had a turkey bologna sandwich with cheese and tomato, a grape Sunkist,...

Bettina Wulff, wife of former German president Christian Wulff, sued Google because auto-complete suggested words linking her to escort services

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Google has been ordered by a German federal court to clean up the auto-complete results its search engine suggests. The court said Google must ensure terms generated by auto-complete are not offensive or defamatory. The court case was started by an unnamed German businessman who found that Google.de linked him with “scientology” and “fraud”. Google must now remove defamato...

Google chief executive Larry Page apologized to analysts on a conference call after the market closed

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Google shares’ trading was suspended for two-and-a-half hours after the internet giant released its third-quarter results early by mistake. Its quarterly profits fell 20% from a year earlier to $2.18 billion – below analysts’ expectations. Google blamed financial printing firm RR Donnelley for filing an early draft of the results, which had been expected after the closing bell. Shares...

According to Google's Transparency Report, governments around the world made nearly 21,000 requests for access to its data in the first six months of 2012

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According to Google’s Transparency Report, governments around the world made nearly 21,000 requests for access to its data in the first six months of 2012. Google’s Transparency Report indicates government surveillance of online lives is rising sharply. The US government made the most demands, asking for details 7,969 times in the first six months of 2012. Turkey topped the list for request...

NORAD and Google Santa Tracker competition to follow Father Christmas as he travels the globe

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...and allows children to follow the sleigh online. But this year it has a competitor – using its Google Earth and Google Maps products, the internet search giant is tracking Santa on its own this year with a new algorithm. “While we’ve been tracking Santa since 2004 with Google Earth, this year a team of dedicated Google Maps engineers built a new route algorithm to chart Santa’s j...

Google has been asked by Microsoft to remove more than 500,000 links from its index in the last month

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Google has been asked by Microsoft to remove more than 500,000 links from its index in the last month, figures show. The vast majority of the links in question were ones which took people to sites connecting to pirated Microsoft software. Google shared the statistics as part of its efforts to be more transparent about what influences search results. Microsoft’s requests dwarf those of the B...

Google announces that Chromebook and Chromebox, its computers using Chrome operating system, have been updated with faster processors

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Google announces that Chromebook and Chromebox, its computers using Chrome operating system, have been updated with faster processors. The Samsung-manufactured laptop and desktop PCs include processors based on Intel’s Sandy Bridge technology, addressing criticism that the launch models were underpowered. Chrome-based computers run all their applications through the firm’s web browser...

Tabby Thomas is best known for his Louisiana-style blues, a hard-driving blues influenced by the Chicago bands

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Legendary bluesman Tabby Thomas has died at his home in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, at the age of 84. His daughter, Joylyn Thomas Wright, says her father passed away “peacefully and of natural causes” Wednesday. Tabby Thomas would have turned 85 on Sunday. Funeral arrangements were pending. Tabby Thomas is best known for his Louisiana-style blues, a hard-driving blues influenced by the Ch...

Thomas Middleton has been revealed as the most likely co-author of Shakespeare’s All’s Well That Ends Well by Oxford University academics

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...highly-detailed analysis of the language in the play shows “markers” strongly linked to Thomas Middleton. Thomas Middleton has been revealed as the most likely co-author of Shakespeare’s All’s Well That Ends Well by Oxford University academics The rhyming and rhythms of sections of the play, the phrasing, spelling and even individual words suggest the involvement of Thomas Middleton....

The image on the Turin Shroud is commonly associated with Jesus Christ, his crucifixion and burial

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Cambridge art historian Thomas de Wesselow came with a new theory about the Turin Shroud, being convinced that it is real and did touch Christ’s body. Thomas de Wesselow insists that the image on the cloth fooled the Apostles into believing Christ had come back to life, and the Resurrection was in fact an optical illusion. However, his theory about the Turin Shroud claims that Jesus Christ...

Google has been fined $22.5 million by the FTC for ignoring the privacy settings of customers using Apple's Safari browser

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Google Inc. has been fined $22.5 million by the U.S. Federal Trade Commission (FTC) for ignoring the privacy settings of customers using Apple’s Safari browser. The staggering sum would be the largest penalty ever levied on a single company by the FTC. But, with Google reporting a net income of $2.89 billion in the first quarter of this year, it would take just over 17 hours for the company...

In a drastic makeover for the search engine, Google search will soon “answer questions” instead of just hunting words

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In a drastic makeover for the search engine, Google search will soon “answer questions” instead of just hunting words. Google searches will no longer throw up a simple list of blue links – a huge change for the page that forms the world’s “doorway” to the web. Within few months, the top of the Results page will be dotted with information that “answers questions” posed in Search. The m...

Google Drive is likely to offer 5 GB of free storage with more available for a monthly fee

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Google is expected to shortly launch Google Drive, a major new consumer service offering cloud-based storage for photos and other online content. Google Drive is likely to offer 5 GB (gigabytes) of free storage with more available for a monthly fee. It would challenge services including Dropbox and Microsoft’s SkyDrive. Experts suggest it could also force rival Facebook to enter the cloud m...

Oracle claims Google's Android system infringes intellectual property rights relating to the programming language

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Oracle and Google go on trial in a San Francisco court on Monday after Java developer claimed Google’s Android violated several of its patents and copyrights. It is one of the biggest such tech lawsuits to date. Oracle is claiming about $1 billion in compensation. Oracle claims Google’s Android system infringes intellectual property rights relating to the programming language. Software engi...

Developers working on apps for Google Glass have been informed they will not be allowed to place ads within the device's display

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Developers working on apps for Google Glass have been informed they will not be allowed to place ads within the device’s display. The newly-published terms and conditions for developers working on Google Glass also prohibit companies charging for apps. The smart glasses, which have a five megapixel camera and voice-activated controls, have started to be shipped. The first devices will go to...

Google has published for the first time mapping information on North Korea, a country that has so far been mostly blank on the popular website Google Maps

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Google has published for the first time mapping information on North Korea, a country that has so far been mostly blank on the popular website Google Maps. The data was compiled on Google’s Map Maker tool which allows ordinary people to contribute information mainly using satellite images or local knowledge. Map data is not widely available for the reclusive nation. Launched in 2008, Map Ma...

Google has been fined $7 million for collecting people's personal data without authorization as part of its Street View service

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Google has been fined $7 million for collecting people’s personal data without authorization as part of its Street View service. In a settlement with 38 US states, Google agreed to destroy emails, passwords, and web histories. The data was harvested from home wireless networks as Street View cars photographed neighborhoods between 2008 and 2010. Google said it was pleased to have resolved t...