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« on: November 12, 2010, 05:13:22 PM »
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« on: November 12, 2010, 01:15:19 PM »
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« on: November 12, 2010, 01:02:16 PM »
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« on: November 12, 2010, 12:43:39 PM »
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GAMES / Re: BE THE LAST TO POST HERE ( Continue... )
« on: November 12, 2010, 12:09:38 PM »
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INTERNET / Re: Google to give 10 pct raises to entire work force
« on: November 12, 2010, 11:38:27 AM »
The really deserve it, Google is a top class company

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SPORTS / Atletico offer Spurs-target Forlan to Real
« on: November 10, 2010, 08:34:26 PM »
MADRID (AFP) ? Atletico Madrid have offered to sell Diego Forlan, voted the best player at the World Cup, to crosstown rivals Real for 18 million euros, a Spanish sports newspaper said Wednesday.

The news could come as a disappointment to Tottenham and Juventus, who are both reportedly interested in signing the Uruguayan striker, although it is not clear whether Real would be interested in the 31-year-old.

The daily Marca said the offer did not come to Real Madrid directly but through an authorized intermediary for Atletico.

The proposed price tag of 18 million euros (25 million dollars) would be just half of his buyout clause, and is negotiable, it said.

"Atletico intends to sound out the possibility of Forlan's transfer in January for one reason above all: the request of its coach Quique Sanchez Flores," said Marca, which did not quote any sources in the report.

Forlan has had a disappointing start to this season, scoring just three league goals, the last on September 11.

Marca said Real "for the moment is not considering buying Diego Forlan," but at the club "they have learnt to never say never. "

Real coach Jose Mourinho said last month that he had no plans to sign more players during the winter transfer window.

Forlan left Manchester United - where he had two inconsistent seasons - in 2004 for Villarreal, who then sold him to Atletico in 2007 for 21 million euros.

He has since been an integral part of the Atletico side, which won the UEFA Europa Cup last season with the Uruguayan scoring both goals in the club's 2-1 defeat of English side Fulham in the final.

The player has twice won the award as the Spanish Primera Liga's top scorer and twice won the European Golden Boot.

He was also awarded the Golden Ball as the best player of the 2010 World Cup after grabbing five goals in tournament, in which Uruguay finished in fourth place.

Forlan indicated in an interview with Marca last month that he could leave Spain for the English Premiership if the right offer comes along.

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INTERNET / Leaked image of the rumored ESPN Xbox 360 console
« on: November 10, 2010, 08:10:50 PM »
Do you love video games and ESPN and feel generally unsatisfied with cable companies? Then Microsoft (might) have just the thing for you! An Engadget source has released an image of the rumored ESPN-branded Xbox 360, claiming it was found on a Microsoft server.  Aside from the photo, there?s little more than speculation to support the reality of the console, and this all could be an idea Microsoft forfeited long ago.  But if the rumor is right, how many Xbox users out there will be tempted by the notion of using its new features on a system wearing the ESPN logo? The forthcoming Dashboard addition of streaming the sports broadcaster?s content is undeniably a great advantage for consumers, especially given how popular ESPN games for the Xbox 360 are.  And for anyone who truly limits TV time to sports coverage, these features are a godsend.  Still, we?re uncertain how many fans have enough commitment to buy the fire-engine red console.  Either way, here?s your first look at what may be to come. 

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Outed a few months ago by the FCC and slated to arrive on Sprint early next week, the Wi-Fi-enabled Peel slide-on case will essentially turn your iPod Touch into an iPhone?as long as you're content to make voice calls with Skype.

Available this Sunday on Sprint for $79, no contract required, the ZTE Peel first made waves in the summer after snapshots and documentation for the 3. 2-ounce, 0. 68-inch-thick case cropped up in the Federal Communications Commission database.

Sprint made the Peel (Apple, peel, get it?) official Wednesday.  The slide-on case promises to give your Wi-Fi-enabled iPod Touch wireless connectivity anywhere you go within Sprint's 3G coverage area.

Sure, there are already plenty of mobile Wi-Fi hotspots (such as the stand-alone MiFi, or smartphones like the HTC Evo 4G that act as mobile hotspots) that'll let you surf the Web and make Wi-Fi calls over Skype on the iPod Touch, even while you're on the go.

What sets apart the Peel (which boasts three hours of battery life, according to Sprint) is that it's designed to fit the iPod Touch like a glove—at least the second- and third-generation Touches.

Unfortunately, the new iPod Touch (which was announced shortly after the Peel was leaked by the FCC) won't slide into the Peel properly, although I suppose there's nothing stopping you from using the Peel as a mobile hotspot for the fourth-generation Touch anyway.

Getting down to the nitty-gritty: A gigabyte of 3G monthly data on the Peel will cost you $30 a month?a bit pricey, considering you can get unlimited 3G data from Virgin Mobile for just $10 extra each month.  (Virgin Mobile offers its own no-contract version of the Novatel MiFi, one of my favorite gadgets from 2009, for $149.  Verizon Wireless sells the MiFi for $99 with a two-year contract or $269 without. )

The Peel also has some technical limitations compared with other mobile hotspots I've tested.  For example, the Peel will only support two Wi-Fi devices at a time, versus five devices on the MiFi and various hotspot-enabled smartphones.

And then there's the security issue: The Peel is capable of supporting only 64-bit WEP encryption, not tougher-to-crack WPA security.

Still, in terms of initial hardware, the Peel is one of the cheapest ways to turn the iPod Touch into a de facto iPhone, without a contract.

If you've got a fourth-generation iPod Touch or you'd rather pay a little extra for unlimited data, though, I'm still a fan of the MiFi on Virgin Mobile.  Unfortunately, it's sold out.
culled from yahootechnew. com

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INTERNET / Google to give 10 pct raises to entire work force
« on: November 10, 2010, 07:30:34 PM »
NEW YORK ? Google is reminding its 23,300 employees how much they are appreciated by giving them all 10 percent raises next year.

The Internet search leader also is shifting a portion of the annual bonuses into workers' regular paychecks.  Google Inc.  CEO Eric Schmidt celebrated the good news in an internal memo Tuesday to employees.

The planned raises, earlier reported by the technology blog Silicon Alley Insider, were confirmed Wednesday by The Associated Press.

Schmidt says Google wants to reward its employees for their hard work, but it also could be meant to prevent rivals such as Facebook from luring its workers away.

The raises are also the latest sign that Google expects to continue growing at a robust rate.  The company has added 3,500 workers so far this year.  Nice one Google.

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BUSINESS and ECONOMY / Stocks fall amid caution over G20 summit
« on: November 10, 2010, 07:02:06 PM »
NEW YORK ? Stocks are falling ahead of an upcoming meeting of world leaders and as Europe continues to grapple with government debt problems.

Not even an unexpectedly sharp drop in first-time claims for unemployment benefits was enough to lift share prices Wednesday.

Normally an upbeat jobs report would send stocks higher, but enthusiasm was scarce ahead of a key meeting by world leaders.  The meeting comes as countries like the U. S.  weaken their currency to help stimulate growth.

Concerns about mounting debt in Ireland is also again dragging down stocks.

The Dow Jones industrial average is down 40, or 0. 4 percent, at 11,307.  The S&P 500 is down 3, or 0. 2 percent, at 1,211.  The Nasdaq composite is down 3, or 0. 1 percent, at 2,560.

THIS IS A BREAKING NEWS UPDATE.  Check back soon for further information.  AP's earlier story is below.

NEW YORK (AP) ? Stocks fell Wednesday ahead of an upcoming meeting of world leaders and as Europe continues to grapple with government debt problems.

Not even an unexpectedly sharp drop in first-time claims for unemployment benefits was enough to lift share prices.  The Dow Jones industrial average fell more than 55 points in late morning trading.  Losses were spread across most industries, with technology stocks leading the pullback.  Financial shares were among the best performers.

Google Inc. , Cisco Systems Inc.  and Oracle Corp.  were among big technology companies whose shares fell.

Normally an upbeat jobs report would send stocks higher, but enthusiasm was kept in check ahead of a key meeting by world leaders.  Members of the Group of 20 will be meeting Thursday and Friday in South Korea.

The meeting comes as countries like the U. S.  and Japan try to weaken their currency to help stimulate economic growth.  A global economic recovery has been slow and many developed countries like the U. S.  have struggled to expand at a pace that will cut high unemployment.

Major European indexes all slid as worries grow about debt problems in Ireland.  The euro fell below $1. 37 for the first time in three weeks.  Concerns about mounting government debt in many European countries have occasionally dragged down stocks around the world throughout the year.  Countries like Ireland and Greece are facing rising debt with little signs of growth.

Gold prices dropped below $1,400 an ounce as the dollar strengthened.  Other commodities also fell, pushing shares of materials stocks like Freeport McMoRan Copper & Gold Inc. , Monsanto Co.  and Dow Chemical Co.  down more than 1 percent.

The dollar had been weakening against other currencies in recent weeks because of a recently announced program by the Federal Reserve to buy Treasury bonds in an effort to drive interest rates lower and spark spending and lending.

A weaker currency makes a country's exports cheaper and more attractive overseas.  Japan has been especially active in trying to weaken its currency because its economy is so reliant on companies like Sony Corp.  and Toyota Motor Corp.  that rely on exports.

The Dow fell 56. 92, or 0. 5 percent, to 11,289. 83 in late morning trading.  The Standard & Poor's 500 index fell 5. 65, or 0. 5 percent, to 1,207. 75.

The Nasdaq composite index, which is primarily technology stocks, fell 12. 67, or 0. 5 percent, to 2,550. 31.

Uri Landesman, president at Platinum Partners, said Wednesday's pullback is natural for a market that has been climbing nearly unchecked since early September.  Major indexes have all touched highs for the year in recent days.

Bond yields rose, pushing interest rates higher.  The yield on the benchmark 10-year Treasury note rose to 2. 70 percent from 2. 66 percent late Tuesday.

Britain's FTSE 100 fell 1. 1 percent, Germany's DAX index dropped 1. 1 percent, and France's CAC-40 fell 1. 4 percent.

In corporate news, General Motors said it earned $2 billion in the third quarter.  The big profit came at the right time for the automaker.  It is set for an initial public offering next week after struggling through bankruptcy and a government bailout.  New car and crossover models and strong sales overseas helped GM.

The Labor Department said first-time claims for unemployment benefits fell more than economists' had forecast and reversed a rise reported a week earlier.  The claims number came after the government last week said that hiring by private employers rose at its fastest pace in six months.

The unemployment report came out a day earlier than usual because government offices are closed Thursday for Veterans' Day.  The stock market will remain open on the holiday.

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BUSINESS and ECONOMY / Obama: Strong US economy key to global recovery
« on: November 10, 2010, 06:38:00 PM »
SEOUL, South Korea ? President Barack Obama said a strong, job-creating economy in the United States would be the country's most important contribution to a global recovery as he pleaded with world leaders to work together despite sharp differences.

Arriving in South Korea on Wednesday for the G-20 summit, Obama is expected to be on the defensive because of plans by the Federal Reserve to buy $600 billion in long-term government bonds to try to drive down interest rates, spur lending and boost the U. S.  economy.  Some other nations complain that the move will give American goods an unfair advantage.

In a letter sent Tuesday to leaders of the Group of 20 major economic powers, Obama defended the steps his administration and Congress have taken to help the economy.

"The United States will do its part to restore strong growth, reduce economic imbalances and calm markets," he wrote.  "A strong recovery that creates jobs, income and spending is the most important contribution the United States can make to the global recovery. "

Obama outlined the work he had done to repair the nation's financial system and enact reforms after the worst recession in decades.  He implored the G-20 leaders to seize the opportunity to ensure a strong and durable recovery.  The summit gets under way on Thursday.

"When all nations do their part ? emerging no less than advanced, surplus no less than deficit ? we all benefit from higher growth," the president said in the letter.

The divisions between the economic powers was evident when China's leading credit rating agency lowered its view of the United States, a response to the Federal Reserve's decision to buy more Treasury bonds.  Major exporting countries such as China and Germany are complaining that the Federal Reserve's action drives down the dollar's value and gives U. S.  goods an edge in world markets.

Earlier Wednesday Obama was in Indonesia, the world's most populous Muslim nation, issuing a call for trust and cooperation.  Obama and his wife, Michelle, visited the Istiqlal Mosque, the largest in Southeast Asia.  He noted that it was under construction when he lived in Indonesia as a boy from 1967 to 1971.

Obama made a strikingly personal appeal to the Muslim world to join the West in the battle to defeat al-Qaida and violent extremism.

"Let me begin with a simple statement: Indonesia is part of me," he said in the language, cheering the audience of more than 6,000 mostly young people at the University of Indonesia.

He acknowledged the fraying that remains in U. S. -Islamic relations despite his best efforts at repair.  He urged both sides to look beyond "suspicion and mistrust" to forge common ground against terrorism.

Obama praised this nation of islands for progress in rooting out terrorists and combatting violent extremism, and he resurrected a theme he sounded last year during visits to Turkey and Egypt: "I have made it clear that America is not and never will be at war with Islam.  . . .  Those who want to build must not cede ground to terrorists who seek to destroy. "

His brief but nostalgic visit lent an unusually personal touch to the speech, portions of which were devoted to his childhood here.  Obama reminisced about living in a small house with a mango tree out front, and learning to love Indonesia while flying kites, running along paddy fields, catching dragonflies and buying food from street vendors.

Obama, a Christian who was born in Hawaii, moved to Indonesia as a 6-year-old and lived with his mother, Stanley Ann Dunham, and Indonesian stepfather, Lolo Soetoro.  He attended public and Catholic schools while in Indonesia and returned to Hawaii when he was 10 to live with his grandparents.

Obama took care in his remarks to note that he is Christian; back home in the U. S. , he continues to fight erroneous perceptions that he is Muslim.

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« on: October 19, 2010, 07:46:30 PM »
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« on: October 19, 2010, 07:20:01 PM »
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« on: October 16, 2010, 07:28:01 PM »
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« on: October 16, 2010, 05:50:50 PM »
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« on: October 16, 2010, 05:22:03 PM »
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« on: October 16, 2010, 05:17:07 PM »
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« on: October 15, 2010, 01:56:23 PM »
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