Archive for January, 2012

Buy and sell your used items with these iPhone apps (Appolicious)

January 29, 2012
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Buy and sell your used items with these iPhone apps 
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Barcode scanner app ShopSavvy has been around for a few years now, but it’s about to receive a major upgrade. The ShopSavvy developers are integrating a feature into the app to allow users to scan an item’s barcode and then list that item for sale to other ShopSavvy users, creating a sort of instant...
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Quest for the golden cross (Reuters)

January 29, 2012
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NEW YORK (Reuters) – January has turned out strong for equities with just two trading days to go. If you’re afraid to miss the ride, there’s still time to jump in. You just might want to wear a neck brace.
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Party Games for Your Child's Birthday

January 29, 2012
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For many parents coming up with party games for their child’s birthday can be quite problematic. Some try to host theme-based parties while others have simple ones. However, today’s children may not really enjoy a theme party. If you were to consider your child’s likes and dislikes you could get some input in terms...
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Apple-fan cop uses app to catch iPhone thief (Digital Trends)

January 28, 2012
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Apple-fan cop uses app to catch iPhone thief 
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A quick-thinking cop used his knowledge of Apple products to lead him to an iPhone thief within 30 minutes of the device being stolen.
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What we worry about when we worry about Greek debt (AP)

January 28, 2012
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NEW YORK – Remember Greece? It’s been two years since a financial crisis erupted in the birthplace of drama, and the final act is still unfinished. A second week of talks in Athens ended Friday with no deal between the country, the European Union and private holders of Greek bonds.
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Exiting watchdog sees flaws in SEC’s rulewriting (Reuters)

January 28, 2012
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WASHINGTON, DC (Reuters) – In his final act before departing the Securities and Exchange Commission on Friday, the agency’s inspector general, David Kotz, criticized how the agency analyzes the economic impact of some of its Dodd-Frank rules.
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A Word From Our Sponsor On Business Tactics That Will Save Your Bacon

January 28, 2012
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You never quite know what to expect as a business owner of an auto body repair shop. You simply set up your business, and do what you can to get the kind of clientele you need to be successful. What you might not always consider, however, are the risks that you take by opening...
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Steve Jobs told Google to stop poaching workers (Reuters)

January 28, 2012
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(Reuters) – Apple’s Steve Jobs directly asked former Google Chief Executive Eric Schmidt to stop trying to recruit an Apple engineer, a transgression that threatened one junior Google employee’s job, according to a court filing.
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Just Show Me: Great free to-do apps for your iPhone (Yahoo! News)

January 28, 2012
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Welcome to Just Show Me on Tecca TV, where we show you tips and tricks for getting the most out of the gadgets in your life. In today’s episode we’ll show you two amazing to-do apps for your iPhone.
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What we worry about when we worry about Greek debt (AP)

January 28, 2012
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NEW YORK – Remember Greece? It’s been two years since a financial crisis erupted in the birthplace of drama, and the final act is still unfinished. A second week of talks in Athens ended Friday with no deal between the country, the European Union and private holders of Greek bonds.
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