daily dos: Eva Longoria to put maids to work, Pitbull's latest single and Magic Johnson's team buys the Dodgers

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daily dos: Eva Longoria to put maids to work, Pitbull's latest single and Magic Johnson's team buys the Dodgers

  • Nokia has applied for a patent for a device that will send phone alerts directly to your body. A ferromagnetic tattoo will vibrate on your skin to notify you of mobile device alerts.
  • Eva Longoria is producing the pilot for Devious Maids starring Ana Ortiz, Dania Ramirez, Roselyn Sanchez, and Judy Reyes. The show is loosely based on Soy Tu Dueña, a Mexican telenovela.

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  • "I think that's tight, man, for Magic to be one of our owners. He knows what the Dodgers mean to L.A. Of course, Magic is real important to L.A. and the fans love him, so to get him to be a part of the Dodgers organization is a very good thing for us." Los Angeles Dodgers star Matt Kemp on the $2 billion purchase of the Dodgers led by former Lakers star Magic Johnson. The Dodgers surpassed soccer giant Manchester United as the most expensive sports team in the world.

    (Noel Vasquez and Rob Tringall/Getty)
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  • A Panamanian teen was rescued after being adrift at sea for 28 days. He was accompanied by two friends that eventually died from heat stroke and starvation. The teen, Adrian Vasquez, stayed alive by drinking rain water and raw fish.
  • Richard Lee Norris, a 37-year-old man who lost his lips and nose in a gun accident, is recovering after getting the "most extensive" face transplant in medical history. Lead surgeon Eduardo Rodriguez: "Before, people used to stare at Richard because he wore a mask and they wanted to see the deformity. Now, they have another reason to stare at him, and it's really amazing."

    (images via University of Maryland)
  • Mr. Worldwide becomes Mr. Time Traveler: listen to Pitbull's latest single, "Back in Time," from the forthcoming Men in Black 3 soundtrack.
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  • Although no date is set, Christina Aguilera says her new album is coming. When asked why she has waited so long to release new material she explains, "It's quality not quantity. I don't like to just get songs from producers. I like them to come from a personal place. It's going to be great."

    (Michael Tran/Getty)
  • Meet Arturo Valdenegro, the 12-year-old from Arizona who designed the world's largest working paper plane (45 feet long, a wingspan of 24 feet). A team of engineers used Valdenegro's design to create the plane, which was dropped from a helicopter before flying across the Arizona desert.

    (images via gizmag and Latina Lista)
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