[18 May 2011 | by: Charlie B | Under: Finance, Forex | No Comment | ]
Forex: Turkey Encouraged to Increase Rates to Prevent Slump in the Value of the TRY

Last week, Goldman Sachs released a statement which suggested that the Turkish Central Bank should increase rates if it didn’t wish the Turkish lira (TRY) to become subject to selling pressure when exchanging currency with forex.
This Thursday the Central Bank of the Republic of Turkey will meet together to consider its regulation and monetary policies options and recommending the public in Turkey to learn what is forex.
Currently, Goldman Sachs believes the bank will not increase rates above 6.25% or amend any of its bank’s capital adjustments. Consequently, Goldman Sachs has …

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[18 May 2011 | by: Charlie B | Under: Finance, Forex | No Comment | ]
Forex: Turkey Encouraged to Increase Rates to Prevent Slump in the Value of the TRY

Last week, Goldman Sachs released a statement which suggested that the Turkish Central Bank should increase rates if it didn’t wish the Turkish lira (TRY) to become subject to selling pressure when exchanging currency with forex.
This Thursday the Central Bank of the Republic of Turkey will meet together to consider its regulation and monetary policies options and recommending the public in Turkey to learn what is forex.
Currently, Goldman Sachs believes the bank will not increase rates above 6.25% or amend any of its bank’s capital adjustments. Consequently, Goldman Sachs has …

Lifestyle, Technology »

[11 May 2011 | by: Andika Putra | Under: Lifestyle, Technology | No Comment | ]
Nokia is renewing Symbian

Symbian has a new version and along with it Nokia is launching two new phones: the first a corporate phone and the second for multimedia applications.
Nokia does not forget the Symbian. In an event held in London yesterday, the company revealed two new smartphones that use the veteran OS as well as giving Symbian itself a face lift. This is not a change in strategy- the company still plans on focusing on Microsoft’s Windows Phone 7.
The E6 is the heir to the E71 and E72 – a cellular for businessmen …

Internet, Technology »

[11 May 2011 | by: Andika Putra | Under: Internet, Technology | No Comment | ]
Microsoft introduces a peek into IE10 and support of ARM

Only two weeks after the launch of IE9, Microsoft introduces a first glimpse of the next browser version, IE10, in the MIX event held in Las Vegas.
The company introduced a first version of IE10 that allows experimenting with the new attributes implemented in the browser such as graphic hardware acceleration, HTML 5 support, CSS3 and more.
“We began developing the version three weeks ago and would like to include the developer’s community at this stage”, said Dean Hachamovitch, Corporate Vice President on the Internet Explorer blog.
Support of ARM processors
One of the …

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[14 Apr 2011 | by: Matt MK | Under: Internet | No Comment | ]
The dark side of Zuckerberg: does Facebook belong to Paul Celia?

The businessman claims the social network’s CEO built it for him, and has now presented to a court of law emails that allegedly prove it. from the letters it seems Zuckerberg received payment from Celia for building the site and worked behind his back to take over it. Facebook: this is forgery.
“Business Insider” reports about a surprising development in Paul Celia’s suit against Mark Zuckerberg and Facebook: the businessmen that claims the social network belongs to him, presented to the court emails from 2003-2004. The letters show that Facebook’s CEO …

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[11 Apr 2011 | by: A Nathan | Under: Technology | No Comment | ]
A day after Anonymous’ threats: Sony’s sites are under attack

Problems accessing Sony sites were noticed today, one day after Anonymous threatened they would act against the company for its legal actions against the hackers of the PS3.
Did Anonymous’ hackers begin implementing their threats against Sony? A few hours after Anonymous stated they would act against Sony due to its legal battle against the hackers of the PS3 console; disruptions were noticed on the company’s sites and networks.
Disruptions were mostly registered on websites related to PlayStation brand that were unavailable for a few hours. As of writing these lines, the …

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[11 Apr 2011 | by: Steve L. | Under: Technology | No Comment | ]
Sony’s online division is downsizing

The division in Sony responsible for online games is firing 205 employees and cancelling “The Agency”.
Sony’s online division, responsible for the creation of the company’s mass online games, is downsizing. During the weekend it was reported that Sony fired 205 employees and cancelled one of the most curious and promising games it’s been working on, the mass espionage game “The Agency”.
According to the announcement by a Sony spokesperson, this is part of a “strategic decision aimed at lowering costs and making the work force more efficient”. Employees were fired from …

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[9 Apr 2011 | by: M Lynn | Under: Entertainment, Kim Kardashian | No Comment | ]
kim kardashian: “I really don’t care if I’m a size 12”

Kim Kardashian built her career on her derriere and now she’s saying she has cellulite and that she’s in love with her curves.
Every time Kim Kardashian’s name comes up we wonder about her title. She’s not a singer, actor, dancer and certainly not a brain surgeon. So what is she? Well, a reality star that made a career out of selling her family in all sorts of formats and more importantly, one that makes millions off her body. And still, even the sexiest girl can’t remain on top for so …

Technology »

[30 Mar 2011 | by: M Anthony | Under: Technology | No Comment | ]
Nokia vs. Apple: filed an especially large patent suit

The iPhone, iPad and Mac computers – all these products are up for legal discussion after the cellular giant claimed apple violated no less than 46 patents.

Nokia will not let apple off the hook: the Finnish cellular giant filed a new suit today that accuses Apple with a substantial infringement of 46 patents. The accusations pertain to all Apple products, starting with the iPhone, iPad and up to Mac computers.
Nokia filed the suit to the International Trade Committee (ITC) even though the latter rejected a previous suit …