(New information on the Hyland's Teething Tablet recall and the Virgin Galactic commercial space ship updated in today's Hot Trends article.)
NEW YORK (
) -- "Teething tablets recall" is a trending search topic today after the U.S. Food and Drug Administration announced that the manufacturer of
Teething Tablets is recalling the product.
The FDA warned consumers that the teething tablets may be harmful to children because they may contain a small amount of belladonna.
Belladonna toxicity can cause children serious harm at large doses. The FDA recommends that consumers stop using the over-the-counter tablets, which are intended to provide temporary relief of teething symptoms in children.
"Virgin Galactic" is a popular search phrase today after
confirmed that seats on SpaceShipTwo will be available to around 340 customers at $200,000 each.
On Friday the New Mexico Spaceport Authority announced the "Governor Bill Richardson Spaceway" at Spaceport America, a nearly two-mile long runway from which the commercial space ship will launch.
"We are celebrating the world's first spaceway at the world's first purpose-built, commercial spaceport," said Governor Richardson. "New Mexico is not only helping to launch the commercial spaceflight industry, but we are launching new jobs and opportunities for the people of southern New Mexico. Today marks a significant milestone on our historic and exciting journey."
Virgin Galactic is a division of Richard Branson's
"Fable 3" is a trending search topic in anticipation of the game's release on October 26.
is the next version of the popular role-playing action video game,
. The game was developed by
and is published by
Microsoft Game Studios
is compatible with the Xbox 360 gaming system, and as
, will also be available for download on games on demand for Windows Live.
After a gameplay video featuring the main hero conversing with another character, reports speculate that the new edition could break away from the traditional "silent hero play."
"PSP Go" is a popular search today after PlayStation and
of the portable hand-held video game console.
The PSP Go will drop to 16,800 yen in Japan, or approximately $208 at current exchange.
The PSP Go was released in the U.S. and Europe in October 2009, and in Japan in November 2009. Reports speculate that the price cut is an effort to attract more buyers because the new system hasn't been selling as well as the company had hoped.
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