Apple Inc.’s 8 Biggest Technology Fails

Apple Inc. Newton

As we all know the September 9th Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) event is just around the corner; Apple is all set to launch a few of its revolutionary new devices, which are expected to create a new technology race in the market. It is this ability to innovate and create unique and … [Read more...]

33% of People Use Credit Cards for Purchases Under $5 Dollars


In the last year or so, financial institutions and credit card companies have released new credit cards that maintain a “tap” feature. It is being promoted as an option for those who wish to pay for small $1 or $2 coffee or doughnut purchases. For most, the thought of using credit … [Read more...]

Drop in Consumer Spending Casts Doubts on Economic Growth

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United States consumer spending unexpectedly dropped last month for the very first time since the beginning of the first quarter, according to data released Friday by the Commerce Department. Household purchases fell 0.1 percent, down from the 0.4 percent increase from the previous … [Read more...]

Apple Inc. Confirms New Larger iPhone 6 Ready September 9th

iPhone 6

It looks like Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) iPhone 6 will be launched on the 9th of September after all. The company has been extremely secretive about this year’s September event; however a few leaks about different products here and there kept the market and buyers buzzing with … [Read more...]

US Government Launches New Attack on Religion


Anti-Prayer Laws Imposed in the Bible Belt The attack on religious freedom is no new story, however, it continues to spread into new locations, including rural areas of the Bible belt, such as Dublin, Georgia. It was in this small town that on August 10th, literally hundreds of … [Read more...]

Social Media Users Refuse to Share Political Opinions: Study

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Since the advent of Facebook, Twitter and Instagram, social media users have been sharing the most personal and intimate details of their lives, such as what they ate for dinner, how many times they went to the bathroom, what they think of their date and how much they detest their … [Read more...]

Judge Koh Rejects Apple Inc.’s Appeal to Ban Samsung Products in The US


Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) and Samsung, two of the world’s leading tech companies, have been battling against each other for over four years now. Both these tech giants decided to end this battle around the world but the war still wages in the US, the hub of technology. Apple Inc … [Read more...]

GDP Grows an Impressive 4.2% in Q2


The United States economy performed better than expected in the second quarter as the nation’s gross domestic product grew at an annual rate of 4.2 percent, compared to the initial four percent the Department of Commerce reported recently. Economists forecasted the revision to be 3.9 … [Read more...]

JPMorgan and Four Other Banks Attacked by Russian Hackers


Reports that Russian hackers have allegedly attacked JPMorgan Chase & Co. and at least four other financial institutions this month in a planned attack that led to the loss of an unknown number of gigabytes containing personal customer data. According to two of the people … [Read more...]

Obama Lays Out the Red Carpet for Terrorists and Illegal Aliens

US Mexican Border

Terrorism in the News In a post last week on Pfhub, readers learned how Americans were unwittingly supporting ISIS in the aftermath of the beheading of an American photo-journalist James Foley. Sadly, however, recent news exposes the fact that the American President may also be … [Read more...]

Apple Inc. Starts Production of Larger iPad and iPhone First Quarter 2015

Apple factory

Apple Inc. is not only increasing iPhone 6 screen size but also doing the same to its iPad. It is believed that the new iPad will be Apple’s (NASDAQ:AAPL) biggest iPad and will go into production in next year’s first quarter. According to a few reliable sources the new Apple iPad … [Read more...]

Cost of College Far Exceeds What Parents Expect


Both students and parents are in the midst of the back to school season, a time when children of all ages dread the days of sitting in the classroom and parents fear the outlandish costs that come with one of the busiest times of the season for retailers and consumers. When it … [Read more...]

Michelle Obama’s Appetite for Power Causes Children to Suffer

school lunch

FLOTUS Begins to Limit Food Choices Michelle Obama has been very busy deciding what is best for our children to eat. According to U.S.News,Michelle Obama's Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act was designed to “encourage children to make healthier choices during the school day by updating … [Read more...]

Corruption Investigation Lands IMF Chief Christine Lagarde in Hot Water

Christine Lagarde

Christine Lagarde, head of the International Monetary Fund (IMF), confirmed Wednesday in a statement that French prosecutors have placed her under official observation over corruption allegations that date back to the time when she was finance minister under French President Nicolas … [Read more...]

Apple Inc. on the Verge of Losing Billion Dollar Contract

Child using iPad

Just when so many important launches are around the corner for Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) the company finds itself in an awkward situation – Apple’s iPad contract with L.A Unified School District worth $1 Billion has been suspended. L.A. times has reported that the district … [Read more...]

One-stop Guide to the Emmys 2014: Winners and Losers


Last night underneath the glittering lights the television industry held its biggest night of the year, but were there some surprises for the dead certs? Who came away victorious and who left brokenhearted from TV's answer to the Oscars. WINNERS Best Supporting Actress in a … [Read more...]

Burger King Orders the Double Whopper as Chain Merges With Tim Hortons

Tim Hortons

Burger King confirmed Tuesday that it has agreed to merge with Canadian coffee and doughnut icon Tim Hortons in a deal that will establish the third-largest fast-food restaurant with $23 billion in global sales and more than 18,000 restaurants in over 100 countries. The deal, which … [Read more...]

Napa Earthquake Shook More Than the Valley, Businesses Feel the Aftermath

Napa Earthquake

Sunday’s 6.0-magnitude earthquake that struck the northern region of California will generate economic losses of $4 billion, including immense damage that prompted wineries and other businesses that depend on tourists. Insurers are estimated to cover approximately $2.1 billion. It … [Read more...]

Burger King Rebels Against Obama Administration: Tax Evasion or Smart Thinking?

Burger King Canada

The King Of Burgers is Changing Kingdoms The restaurant chain known as “Burger King” may be renouncing its American citizenship and moving to Canada, and it's all in direct rebellion of the White House and policies of the Obama Administration. According to a report from the … [Read more...]

Production Delays of iPhone 6 Will Force Apple to Change its Launch Date

Apple Inc. Factory

According to most of the rumours, Apple’s iPhone 6 is schedule to be unveiled on September 9 date. iPhone 6 has been in the limelight lately not only because it is an Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) product, but also because it will be Apple Inc's first ever big screen cell phone (if rumors are … [Read more...]