Google Inc.’s New Smartphone and Tablet Make a Splash

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Google has a line of Nexus products and the latest addition to these products is the Nexus 6 Smartphone, Nexus 9 tablet and Nexus player. Earlier in October Google Inc. (NASDAQ:GOOG) had made an announcement of its newest Nexus products and on Wednesday these 3 products made their … [Read more...]

War and Terrorism Will Start Taking Place as Cyberattacks

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Major attacks are coming to some part of the world in the next decade that will wreak havoc of epic proportions and cause an immense sum of life and tens of billions of dollars in damage. This may sound like a warning for a nuclear threat, but in fact, according to a new study, … [Read more...]

Time Warner Cable Lost 184,000 Subscribers in 3rd Quarter

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Consumers are continuing to cut the cord and head to the Internet for their content needs. Time Warner Cable (NYSE:TWX), the No. 2 cable company in the United States, announced its third-quarter results Thursday in which it reported a decline in video subscribers as they sought out … [Read more...]

Google Inc. X Lab Working on Magnetic Pill to Detect Cancer

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Google X is a low profile, half secret facility run by Google Inc. (NASDAQ:GOOG) that deals with the technological aspects of the company. The Google X lab is famous for pushing the boundary and trying new things. The credit of Google Glass, self-driving car, internet beam balloons … [Read more...]

iPhone 6 Delays Has Increased Value of Older Models

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Launch of Apple Inc.'s (NASDAQ:AAPL) new iPhone 6 and 6 Plus was probably this year’s most anticipated news in the world of technology. Both smartphones were the talk of the town for months before they were launched and even after their release both iPhone 6 and 6 Plus are still in … [Read more...]

U.S. Launches Lawsuit Against AT&T Over ‘Data Throttling’

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The United States government's Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has filed a lawsuit against AT&T over allegations that the telecommunications giant sold consumers unlimited data plans but would later reduce the Internet speeds once the customer exceeded a certain amount of … [Read more...]

Lowe’s Hires Robots as Sales Reps for Holiday Season

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The term robot first appeared in a 1920 Czech science-fiction play entitled "R.U.R." The play is about a factory that produces autonomous robots that look exactly like humans. At first, they are pleased to serve humanity, but as times goes by, they become rebellious and attempt to … [Read more...]

Google Inc.’s Collaboration With PwC – Start of a New Era

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PwC thanks for stopping by I hope you enjoy the article. Microsoft Corp. and other companies that sell cloud-computing tools are in a competition with Google Inc. (NASDAQ:GOOG) and due to this competition a lot of Google’s potential clients get diverted to Microsoft and other … [Read more...]

Top 10 Excuses Employees Use When Calling in Sick

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We've all had times where we just didn't want to go to work today, even when we feel perfectly fine. The workforce has provided an abundance of excuses for calling in sick or missing work. A new survey by CareerBuilder has revealed the top 10 excuses for taking a day off from work. … [Read more...]

Facebook’s AutoPlay Taking a Run at Google Inc.

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Google purchased YouTube several years ago and included it into its Google Inc. (NASDAQ:GOOG) accounts system and is benefitting from it ever since. It was a smart move from Google at the time as more and more people were shifting from T.V to YouTube and it derives a huge audience … [Read more...]

Dunkin’ Donuts New Croissant Donut That’s Not a ‘Cronut’

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Last year, there was one food item that was all the rage and generating global headlines: the cronut, a fried, cream-filled croissant-doughnut hybrid developed by Dominique Ansel Bakery. The $5 cronuts were so popular that they even created a black market for those who wouldn't want … [Read more...]

25 Out of 130 Eurozone Banks Failed Stress Test

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The European Central Bank (ECB) announced Monday that just 25 out of the eurozone's 130 financial institutions had failed the stress tests, a signal that the region's banking system is becoming a lot more stable and the ECB is doing its job of supervision correctly. According to … [Read more...]

More Resistance for Apple Pay Now From Walmart

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Apple Inc.'s (NASDAQ:AAPL) new method of mobile payment called Apple Pay has seen some severe opposition from many retailers like Wal-Mart, Best Buy, Target, Gap, Rite Aid and CVS – something the tech giant does not want because all these are big names in the retail industries. It … [Read more...]

Elon Musk: We’re ‘Summoning the Demon’ With Artificial Intelligence

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Artificial intelligence, or AI, will eventually help us drive cars, take a trip to Mars and look after our children. Others, however, fear that this development in technology could actually tap into something a lot more evil. Elon Musk, CEO of Tesla Motors and SpaceX and one of the … [Read more...]

Microsoft Slashes Xbox One by $50 to Edge Out Competition

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Need to get your gaming fix before the year is over? Now gaming consumers can get a significant discount when they acquire Xbox One and various console bundles in the United States. Microsoft (NASDAQ:MSFT) will reduce the cost of an Xbox One by $50: with the Kinect motion camera … [Read more...]

Saying “NO” to Apple Pay: Why CVS and Rite-Aid Opted Out

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In shocking turn of events, the long list of retailers accepting Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) Apple Pay has shrunken down, as major chains such as CVS and Rite-Aid, among others, have decided to take an oath of celibacy and part ways with the new mobile payment system by … [Read more...]

Could HP Possibly be Selling its H3C Unit in China?

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The China-based company under Hewlett Packard (NYSE:HPQ) could possibly be up for grabs in the Chinese market, according to the Wall Street Journal. According to a news report by the Wall Street Journal, HP is planning to sell-off 51% of its stake in its China-based company H3C … [Read more...]

Daggers Allowed in School, Long Hair and Prayers Not

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Elementary Student Allowed to Bring Religious Knife to School According to a report from the Associated Press, a Sikh boy is being allowed to bring a religious dagger known as a kirpan to school with him. The report explains that a kirpan is “considered to be an instrument of … [Read more...]

Google Inc. Weekly Roundup: Spies, Redwood & NSA

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Last week was quite active for the internet giant Google; the company had to face a few allegations and made a few changes to its Gmail by adding a new app. WikiLeaks Julian Assange claimed Google Inc. (NASDAQ:GOOG) was working with the U.S government and spying on users globally. … [Read more...]

Apple Inc. Weekly Roundup: Earnings, iTunes & Apple Pay

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Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) had a good run at the stock market last week, which was largely dominated by the unveiling of its third quarter earnings last Monday that were excellent (except the iPad sales). A few major announcements were also made by the company including the one from Tim … [Read more...]