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  • Physical therapists: robots might take away your jobs. [Chicago Sun-Times]
  • Palo Alto-based Airgo Networks has two Wi-Fi chips in the works that will make your wireless homework a lot faster. [San Jose Mercury News]
  • Parents rejoice: it's easier than ever to stalk your children. [Journal Sentinel]
  • Windows Vista is still a year away from its release, but Bill Gates holds a pep rally for software developers to make sure they're ready for the "big wave." [New York Times]
  • Your Onstar-equipped car can now email you with mechanical updates and maintenance reminders, so be sure to look out for that "Your Brakes Don't Work" message in your inbox. [USA Today]
  • Chinese PC maker Lenovo, still giddy over its purchase of IBM's PC business, thinks its future is so bright it has to wear shades. [Chicago Tribune]
  • Personal Technology Daddy-O Walt Mossberg isn't a fan of Motorola's ROKR, Sony Ericsson's W800 Walkman phone, or any device that tries to take the place of his beloved iPod Nano. [Wall St. Journal]