Apple Inc. Smashes Through $700 Billion Market Cap

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Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) has come a long way over the years and went through its share of highs and lows through its journey. Today Apple is by far one of the leading hardware and tech companies in the market. It has come to a point where consumers start to search the web months … [Read more...]

Google Inc. Must Split EU to Vote This Week

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The European Union parliament is all set and ready to vote on the break-up of Google Inc. (NASDAQ:GOOG) later this week at their headquarters in Brussels. It will be the first time the European Union will vote on the break-up of any company; this move is to show how serious the … [Read more...]

U.S. Economy Third-quarter Growth Revised to 3.9%

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The United States economy had actually grew higher in the third quarter than what had initially been calculated. Due to greater business and consumer spending, the gross domestic product inched higher to 3.9 percent during the July-to-September period, an increase from 3.5 percent … [Read more...]

Proceeds From Apple Inc. (Red) Help Fight Aids

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Apple has decided to take the initiative of helping Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) that work tirelessly against AIDs. The company is taking help of its app developers in inviting customers in the busy shopping season to help achieve its primary objective of a generation that is … [Read more...]

Buy a New Chromebook and Get 1 Free TB of Storage

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With Google Inc.'s (NASDAQ:GOOG) Chromebook becoming increasingly popular, the search engine juggernaut wants to ensure that you're hopping on the bandwagon and buying yourself a netbook this Christmas. The company announced Friday on its Google Drive Blog that it would be offering … [Read more...]

25% Price Hike Could be the Death of Redbox

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Outerwall announced Monday it will be raising its Redbox DVD rental prices by 25 percent in an attempt to increase the company's lackluster bottom line and perhaps assist in the company's plight to invest in brand new technology. As of Dec. 2, 2014, DVD rentals will go up from … [Read more...]

Google Inc. Creates Virtual Tip Jar to Remove Website Ads

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Google is known for its healthy appetite for innovation and groundbreaking ideas. The company is also well known for taking risks and trying out new things – some of which pay off well while others not so much. Staying true to its nature, Google Inc. (NASDAQ:GOOG) has once again come … [Read more...]

Google Glass Too Expensive Early Adopters Bail

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A year ago, Google Inc. (NASDAQ:GOOG) Glass, a wearable device that acts similar to a hands-free smartphone, was all the rage and everyone hopped on the bandwagon. The early adopters went as far as shelling out around $1,500 for the item, but since then the enthusiasm as faded away … [Read more...]

Apple Inc.’s iPhone 6 Outselling iPhone 6 Plus

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Apple Inc.'s (NASDAQ:AAPL) latest iPhone came out at a time when all the top brands were launching their new phones; however this was not all, iPhone was also up against iPhone. Both these phones have different sizes and therefore appeal to different groups of targeted … [Read more...]

Mattel’s Incompetent Barbie Book Gets the Hook

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Is the concept of Barbie being inept a thing of the past? Well, if it persists then the general public will be irate, at least according to the reaction to a kids book published a few years ago has generated. Many consumers are taking to social media to show their dissatisfaction … [Read more...]

Amazon Video Streaming Service Could Cripple Netflix

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What would Netflix do if a competitor offered its video content for free? The rumors of Amazon launching a free alternative to its popular Prime service are starting up again after a series of outlets have reported that the online retail juggernaut is introducing a new service next … [Read more...]

Yahoo Will be New Default Search Engine for Firefox

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Mozilla's third-most popular Firefox web browser is getting a new search engine partner. The non-profit organization announced late Wednesday that it will be replacing Google for Yahoo as its default search engine, a move that has surprised many considering their 10-year … [Read more...]

Chinese Developers get Access to Google Play Store

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Google has been making some significant advancement in expanding its businesses and its research and development department. The multibillionaire information technology giant has now opened its play store market for the Chinese application designers. The key focus of the company is … [Read more...]

‘Lost Generation’ is Underemployed and In Debt

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Are millennials the "lost generation" or have they only experienced minor setbacks that they'll overcome eventually? Reports continue to highlight that this demographic is underemployed, indebted and in financial disarray, and the latest poll restates what so many others have … [Read more...]

Walmart Stops Fraud by Closing Price Matching Loophole

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On Nov. 13, Wal-Mart announced that it would price match select online retailers, including Amazon.com, in order to draw in a greater number of customers during the busy holiday season. However, it turned out that a small number of consumers unscrupulously took advantage of the system … [Read more...]

Problems Plague Google Inc.’s Latest Android Update

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Google had recently announced its latest Android 5.0 Lollipop update and it was massively launched soon after the announcement. However, almost immediately after the launch some users started noticing problems with their text messages. According to some users there is a problem with … [Read more...]

Bank of Japan Governor Says ‘Easing Program Wasn’t a Mistake’

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The Japanese government and the Bank of Japan (BOJ) are in damage control this week after it was announced Monday the country had slipped back into a recession as economic growth contracted in the third quarter. Officials are blaming the sales tax hike, but is there something … [Read more...]

Apple Inc Lost Patent Battle with MTel Skytel Technology

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The multibillionaire leading technology giant of the World Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) has developed a reputation of getting involved in lawsuit battles – a habit that has become frequent in the past 3 years. Since 2011 Apple Inc and another leading technology giant Samsung have been … [Read more...]

U.S. Healthcare Spending Spiraling Out of Control

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As the mainstream media, Washington and the Obama administration throws their weight on #GruberGate - the Jonathan Gruber scandal which pretty much suggests the entire Affordable Care Act was based on unscrupulous means - the real story that many may not be focusing on is the latest … [Read more...]

Uber Spending $1 Million to Dig Up Dirt on Journalist

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Uber, a widely popular ride-sharing service, doesn't necessarily have a fantastic relationship with the media, a suggestion that is pretty much agreed upon within the company and in the media landscape. In fact, some go as far as saying that journalists are Uber's biggest … [Read more...]