Users of an Energizer USB-powered battery recharger may find themselves infected with malware. The solution? You can use the product perfectly well without the software.
Also: Lower Merion School District admins get suspended; Steve Jobs appears at Oscars; and four out of five people say Web access is a fundamental right.
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