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U.S. PO EYES UP TOMB RAIDER LAND ROVER

What do the U.S. military's Humvee, the space shuttle, the rugged truck in the hit movie Lara Croft Tomb Raider, the U.S. Postal Service van, a perfect five-star safety rating, the most fuel efficient vehicle in the U.S., top selling family cars and trucks, and some of the hottest and highest performing cars on the road all have in common? In a word, aluminum!

Last Updated: Jan 12, 2002

CHILDREN OF THE SCREEN AGE SITE FEARS

Children are more frightened of the dark than their parents were because increasing exposure to artificial light means they rarely experience total blackness, according to a study commissioned by Powergen. Nearly two thirds of children aged under 10 insist on sleeping with a light on, compared with half of their parentsí generation at the same age, the study says.

Last Updated: Jan 11, 2002

MISSY ELLIOT GARNERS 3 GRAMMY NOMS

Multi-talented superstar Missy Elliott is starting the new year right where she left off...blazing...and garnering three Grammy nominations for songs from her platinum plus album Miss E... So Addictive. The acclaimed song Get Ur Freak On, which has also been cited by Spin magazine as the best single of the year, snagged two nominations for Best R&B Song and Best Rap Solo Performance - with One Minute Man holding down a nomination for Best Short Form Video.

Last Updated: Jan 11, 2002

NEW RELEASES SET TO BOOST FORTUNES

UK videogame publishers Eidos Interactive has announced a 4.5 per cent cut in loss after declaring total operating losses before goodwill and one-off items for the six months to September 20 was £19.6 million, down £900,000 from £20.5 million the previous year, Derby Evening Telegraph reports today.

Last Updated: Jan 10, 2002

UK VIDEO GAMES REACH SALES PEAK IN 2001

Sales of video games, leisure software products and games consoles in Britain reached an all time high of 1.6 billion pounds in 2001, up 36 percent from a year ago, industry data showed on Thursday. The European Leisure Software Publishers Association, a UK industry body, said 51.2 million units of games hardware and software were sold in the year, up 21 percent, thanks to launches of two new consoles - the Game Cube from Nintendo and the Xbox from Microsoft.

Last Updated: Jan 10, 2002

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