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SimCity: 'The problems are behind us' | Technology | guardian.co.uk

SimCity: 'The problems are behind us' | Technology | guardian.co.uk | The Tech Investor | Scoop.it
Keith Stuart: The latest SimCity title has been plagued by server issues since its US launch last week, and while the developer claims the problems are being solved, a question mark remains over the whole…...
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A little downturn for EA it seems.

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Charting US Debt And Deficit Since Inception | ZeroHedge

Charting US Debt And Deficit Since Inception | ZeroHedge | The Tech Investor | Scoop.it
In the recent aftermath of the US just concluding its fourth consecutive fiscal year with a $1 trillion+ deficit, we have been flooded with requests to show how the current fiscal situation stacks up in a big picture context.

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Paul Reichman's curator insight, December 17, 2012 11:39 PM

We're close to the end game, where all currencies race to devalue. Buy gold, silver (and agricultural commodities if you can) on a monthly basis.

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Harvard Study Reports on Recent Trends in Home Equity and Housing Stock

Harvard Study Reports on Recent Trends in Home Equity and Housing Stock | The Tech Investor | Scoop.it

Spending on home improvements and repairs totaled $275 billion in 2011, down 4 percent from 2009 levels and some 16 percent below the market peak in 2007. Loss of home equity with the onset of the housing crash contributed to the decline in home repairs, according to a new study by the Harvard Joint Center for Housing Studies.

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OCZ Technology Obtains $30 Million Credit Facility With Hercules Technology ... - Marketwire (press release)

OCZ Technology Obtains $30 Million Credit Facility With Hercules Technology ... - Marketwire (press release) | The Tech Investor | Scoop.it
OCZ Technology Obtains $30 Million Credit Facility With Hercules Technology ...
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SAN JOSE, CA--(Marketwire - March 11, 2013) - OCZ Technology Group, Inc.
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Goodnews for OCZ

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The e-Medicine Explosion

The e-Medicine Explosion | The Tech Investor | Scoop.it

e-Medicine is on the rise. Medicine has perennially been stuck in the era of fax machines, but new technology and new laws are bringing innovation in mobile devices, data analytics, and telemedicine. This collection explores how the e-medicine explosion is changing the way we collect and use health information—and how businesses manage health-care costs.

  


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Are Apple and Google Being Forced Out Of TV? - Forbes

Are Apple and Google Being Forced Out Of TV? - Forbes | The Tech Investor | Scoop.it
Go back six months and the world was eagerly awaiting an Apple TV. Google had the TV makers lined up to use the Google badge and everything looked fine. What went wrong?

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Mattia Nicoletti's curator insight, March 10, 2013 4:24 PM

This article shows us how Apple and Google strategies about tv. It seems that they are not focus on them, but...

 

Google owns YouTube, and we never have to forget it. Potentially YouTube contents if organized can originate ton of channels.

 

On the other side Apple it is maybe focusing on mobile because mobile screens will be the future (we have to consider that iTunes agreements for contents are strong).

Luca Brigada's curator insight, March 16, 2013 6:04 PM

This article show Apple and Google strategy for smart tv:

 

"[...] Both have the web content (iTunes, apps,YouTube) to feed a TV stream. But both have gone curiously quiet about the TV side of their businesses, despite the fact that at Apple, Steve Jobs envisaged TV as the fourth leg of the Apple empire, behind Macs, the iPhone and iPod/iTunes. [...]"