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01-05 Google Unveils 'Nexus One' Mobile Phone Google
C. 01-05 Randy Johnson Calls It Quits Giants
3. 01-05 Apple buys mobile ad firm Apple
4. 01-05 Oracle buys Silver Creek Oracle
F. 01-05 JetBlue expands presence in SF SFO
6. 01-05 Movie site Flixster buys RottenTomatoes San Francisco
H. 01-05 9 Hurt As SF Muni Bus, Small Truck Collide De Haro and 18th street, San Francisco
I. 01-05 140 Cited In Hotel Workers Protest Market Street, SF Downtown

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Jan.5   Google   Google Unveils 'Nexus One' Mobile Phone
  Google will sell its own mobile phone in an effort to protect its online advertising empire as people increasingly surf the Web on handsets


  Giants   Randy Johnson Calls It Quits
  After 22 major league seasons, The 6-foot-10 Big Unit is walking away from baseball as one of the game's greatest pitchers


  Apple   Apple buys mobile ad firm
  Quattro Wireless, the Waltham, Mass., mobile advertising firm, marks Apple's first direct foray into the field of advertising


  Oracle   Oracle buys Silver Creek
  Oracle has acquired Silver Creek Systems Inc., a company that provides software for sharing product data across supply chains


  SFO   JetBlue expands presence in SF  The New York-based JetBlue is adding flights there to New York, Boston and Long Beach

  San Francisco   Movie site Flixster buys RottenTomatoes  Online movie information firm has acquired pioneering film review aggregation site in an all-stock swap with a subsidiary of media giant News Corp

  San Francisco   9 Hurt As SF Muni Bus, Small Truck Collide Map of De Haro and 18th street San Francisco  Around 12:05 a.m., an inbound Polk-19 bus struck a pickup. The bus veered off the road and into some bushes

Evening News


  SF Downtown   140 Cited In Hotel Workers Protest
Map of Market Street San Francisco
  More than 100 demonstrators were detained at a rally held by hotel workers who have been without new contracts since August

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