Stock futures retreat on overseas concerns (AP)

November 16, 2010
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NEW YORK – Stock futures fell Tuesday following new worries about rising inflation in Asia and the possibility Ireland might need a bailout.

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Global woes to weigh on stocks at open (Reuters)

November 16, 2010
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NEW YORK (Reuters) – Stock index futures pointed to a lower open on Tuesday on continued concerns that China could raise interest rates, though strong results at Wal-Mart helped limit losses.

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Finding Genuine Sports Memorabilia

November 16, 2010
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The buying and selling of sports memorabilia is big business and an industry that continues to draw in sports enthusiasts from all over the world; all of whom are looking to acquire a piece of sporting history. Whatever the sport, whatever the era, sports fanatics are accustomed to searching high and low for rare collectibles’ to add to prestigious collections. With so many sporting events in the calendar, there is certainly no shortage of sports memorabilia to be had. History is shrouded with historical sporting events that have seen items from past occasions sold to the highest bidder.

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What Sports for What Bottle

November 16, 2010
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Yes there is definitely a wide variety of sports bottles out there just as with the many varieties of sports. Sports bottles are an essential in any gym bag as a person who has done some form of work out needs to hydrate because of the loss of liquid in the body. Here are some types of bottles and what kind of sports is ideal for it:

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Remains of the Day: Dance like everybody’s watching (Macworld)

November 16, 2010
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One musical act is up to its usual shenanigans, now iPhone-enhanced; the father of “net neutrality” is scared of Apple; and an ex-Apple exec finds yet another new home. What’s left after we skim the cream, that’s the remainders for Monday, November 15, 2010.

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Altec Lansing debuts Octiv Stage speaker system for iPad (Macworld)

November 16, 2010
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Audio vendor Altec Lansing has released the company’s first iPad-focused audio system, the Octiv Stage (MP450). Designed for use on a counter, desk, or dresser, the Octiv Stage provides a large cradle that can hold an iPad in portrait or landscape orientation, at a number of different angles—including horizontal for occasional onscreen typing sessions. The Octiv Stage also supports iPhone and iPod touch models.

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Fading fish stocks driving Asian sea rivalries (AFP)

November 16, 2010
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BEIJING (AFP) – Maritime incidents in the East and South China Seas, such as the one that sparked a major row between China and Japan, could intensify in a fight over dwindling fish stocks, experts say.

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Asian stocks lower after South Korean rate hike (AP)

November 16, 2010
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TOKYO – Asian stocks were mostly lower Tuesday as an interest rate hike in South Korea added to speculation China will also tighten monetary policy to cool inflation.

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Comcast releases Xfinity TV app for iOS (Macworld)

November 16, 2010
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Back in May, Comcast teased its subscribers with an iOS app that would turn the iPhone and iPad into a remote and possibly a one-stop entertainment center. Well, the Xfinity TV app has finally arrived for iOS devices—right now, though, it’s largely a remote that lets you search for content, change channels, and program your DVR.

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Pulse News Reader now free in the App Store (Macworld)

November 16, 2010
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Users interested in giving Pulse News Reader a whirl can now do so without opening their wallets—on Monday, developer Alphonso Labs announced that the app will now be available for free on the App Store.

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Summary Box: Stocks pare gains, end mixed (AP)

November 16, 2010
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DEALMAKING DAYS: Caterpillar Inc. and data storage company EMC Corp announced acquisitions Monday, giving investors a bullish sign that companies are no longer planning to hoard cash.

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Stocks finish mixed as dollar gains strength (AP)

November 16, 2010
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NEW YORK – Stocks slumped to a mixed finish Monday as the dollar posted its second day of gains over concerns that Europe is on the edge of another bailout.

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Disney Sing Along Songs – Who Remembers Disney Sing Along Songs VHS

November 16, 2010
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Always wanted to take a cruise down memory road? When I was younger I remember having this big accumulation of VHS’s called Disney Sing Along Songs . Awe the times when using a VCR was essential. I remember the Intro most of all. It started with the typical Walt Disney home video intro. Read more »

Comparison of Electric and Acoustic Guitar Pickups

November 16, 2010
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As you would probably know, there are many types of musical instruments in today’s market. We could say the exact same thing for the multitude type of guitar styles and variations. From their shape and color, to their pickup configuration, to the thickness of its strings and body materials. Their variety can be somewhat overwhelming and intimidating to the naked eye. Read more »

Jumping Stilts – The Next Fascinating Extreme Sport?

November 15, 2010
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See a kangaroo hopping and vaulting. See how they can jump far without running. You guessed it, humas are now doing this also. But how can we acheive this? Do our animal instincts come out and make us capable to do the unimaginable? The answer to all of these questions is self demonstrative – all of us have the effectiveness and ability to do it. We may weight lighter than some animals and heavier than others, but we can not hop or jump faster than them. Our bodies just don’t have the same type of makeup as these other bounding animals. As a result, we have an item or addition that will help us react as their movements do. Read more »

10 Essential Ideas of Tai Chi

November 15, 2010
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Practicing Tai Chi isn’t simply a swing with the arm and the movement of the ft. There’s a cause behind each motion and style that is made. These ideas paved the way in which to building every form of Tai Chi. So you have to pay close attention around the issues which are not introduced up each every so often because even though if things seem so fundamental, they are indeed important. Read more »

Apple teases iTunes-related announcement for Nov. 16 (Macworld)

November 15, 2010
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Moving in its usual mysterious ways, Apple on Monday teased an iTunes-related announcement to happen on Tuesday at 10 a.m. Eastern, 7 a.m. Pacific.

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aTV Flash progressing for new Apple TV, beta soon (Macworld)

November 15, 2010
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The second-generation of Apple TV marked a new direction for Apple’s “hobby,” and Fire Core, makers of the aTV Flash add-on, are working to keep pace. The developer recently offered a progress report on updating aTV Flash for the new Apple TV, and said that a public beta isn’t far away.

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Wall Street rises on M&A, strong retail sales (Reuters)

November 15, 2010
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NEW YORK (Reuters) – U.S. stocks rose on Monday as a pair of large acquisition proposals suggested investors see value in certain stocks at current elevated levels in a trend that could carry the market through year end.

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Strong retail sales, Caterpillar deal drive stocks (AP)

November 15, 2010
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NEW YORK – Stocks rose Monday following a spike in corporate dealmaking and news that retail sales jumped to the highest level in seven months in October.

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