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Wall Street Traders Are Postponing Vacations Because They're Too Scared To Leave The Floor Before August 2

The #1 Biggest Myth About The US Debt

The Company That Makes Apple Most Nervous Is ...

The Myth of Green Energy Jobs: The European Experience

"With $2.3 billion in Recovery Act tax credits allocated for green manufacturers, President Barack Obama and other Democratic politicians have high hopes for green technology. But their expectations clash with both economic theory and practical experience in Europe. Green programs in Spain destroyed 2.2 jobs for every green job created, while the capital needed for one green job in Italy could create almost five jobs in the general economy. Wind and solar power have raised household energy prices by 7.5 percent in Germany, and Denmark has the highest electricity prices in the European Union. Central planners in the United States trying to promote green industry will fare no better at creating jobs or stimulating the economy."

Continue Reading more By Kenneth P. Green

The Apple Heat Wave

"Apple's stock broke the $400 mark Tuesday for the first time, putting it within reach of becoming the largest company on the planet in terms of market capitalization. Its recent hardware and software launch have given it momentum, and an expected new round of products could take AAPL to even loftier heights this fall."

The Apple Heat Wave

Sunday, July 24, 2011

It's Coming: A True Replacement for Paper - Technology Review

"The notoriously secretive, English language-challenged, and so far entirely vaporware company NoteSlate just rumbled to life on its Twitter account, announcing that the company had finally discovered the technology required to realize its vision. Unfortunately, the technology would mean exceeding the device's originally planned price of $99."

Automakers Hope to Make Money on Used EV Batteries - Technology Review

"At $10,000 a piece, electric-car batteries are too expensive to throw out or recycle into scrap materials. And even after a decade of use, when they can't perform well enough to meet the vehicle's demands, they could still be valuable for other uses. Nissan and GM have both recently announced ways they might make some money from them.

Many issues remain unresolved, not the least of which is whether the automakers would need to buy back the batteries from car owners, or whether dealers would simply lease the battery rather than sell it, which would allow the car company to reclaim it for secondary uses later on."

Saturday, July 23, 2011

Forget Passwords and Let the Browser Remember - Technology Review

An experimental tool removes the need to hand your credentials over to lots of different websites.

"The Mozilla Foundation, a nonprofit corporation that makes the Firefox browser, released an experimental tool last week that could dramatically change the way people identify themselves online."

Forget Passwords and Let the Browser Remember - Technology Review

Thursday, July 21, 2011

The Scientifically-Proven Method For Getting People To Say "Yes

Apple Safari 5.1 increases security

Safari 5.1 includes improvements to performance, stability, and security.
Apple Safari 5.1 increases security

Here's Why Mac OS X Lion's "Natural Scrolling" Feels So Horribly Unnatural

It Has Started: Wall Street Is Preparing For A Doomsday Scenario

There's A MacBook Air Glitch That Won't Let You Upgrade To Lion

iPad Trouncing Android in Enterprise

The tablet is not yet a standard-issue sidearm in enterprise, but it’s well on its way to becoming one — particularly Apple’s iPad.
iPad Trouncing Android in Enterprise

Lion's Roar Is Powerful - and Disorienting

As expected, Apple's new OS X Lion operating system has plenty of built-in awesomeness. Mail is shiny and new, and the new Mission Control feature is fantastic. But one particular characteristic of Lion -- one that relates to how gestures are used to move content on the screen -- just plain makes my brain hurt. Be excited, but be warned: Lion has a learning curve.
Lion's Roar Is Powerful - and Disorienting

Wednesday, July 20, 2011

Apple's New Mac Minis Are Twice As Fast, And Can Even Run Your Home Server

Has Apple Already Won the Tablet War?

"Apple is having a very good couple of days. It just reported Q3 earnings numbers that should make other companies envious and today it launched a passel of Apple products, a number of which are already being warmly (if not better) reviewed.

As's new editor-in-chief Dan Costa said to me, "Apple's doing it its own way." I'd have to agree and say that they're doing it very, very well. In fact, Apple's doing even better than people realize and is, I'd say, set to run away with one critical market segment."

Continue reading story by Lance Ulanoff

Wednesday, July 13, 2011

And Now Apple's Stock Is Going To Explode Higher...

Forex @ DailyFX - U.S. Dollar Plummets as Bernanke Suggests Further Easing on Horizon

Forex @ DailyFX - U.S. Dollar Plummets as Bernanke Suggests Further Easing on Horizon

The U.S. Dollar plummeted against a basket of currencies at 14:00 GMT as Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke began his testimony at the Semiannual Monetary Policy Report to the Congress, in which it was evidently clear that the Federal Reserve was ready to continue its loose monetary policy – and thus further devalue the U.S. Dollar – in order to boost growth prospects for the U.S. economy.