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  • China MediaExpress Holdings: Investors Crushed in Rush for the Exit [View article]
    Goldman's position could be it's customer's, CCME is too small for GS
    Feb 6, 2011. 02:13 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Is China Media Express Legitimate? [View article]
    more info about Citron:

    prefer to believe Deloitte and Starr
    Feb 5, 2011. 11:41 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Is China Media Express Legitimate? [View article]
    more info about Muddy Waters:

    no contact info:

    no disclosure for the report:
    Feb 5, 2011. 11:33 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Is China Media Express Legitimate? [View article]
    here is the link:
    Feb 5, 2011. 11:23 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Anatomy of a Trade: Three Ways to Play Apple [View article]
    One could earn money with many trading strategies, but these strategies have diff performance in the long run.

    A strategy can only return less than 10% per year in the long run is not a winning strategy considering indexes returns and inflation.

    We need time-proved long-term high performance strategies only.
    Dec 9, 2009. 02:21 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Microsoft Bans Thieves from Live [View article]
    Google 'keygen crack' to see where the piratical copies come from,
    if making drugs is allowed, how can you forbid people from buying it?

    On Nov 11 11:32 AM doodoo wrote:

    > Now MSFT needs to get busy in China and stop those super thieves
    > form stealing everything but the welcome mat.China leaders are nothing
    > but high class thiefs.They sell copies of the new operating system
    > on street corners and the police protect them.What a crock when they
    > cry about anything that has to do with fair trade.I thought Gates
    > had some kind of pull with the powers that be in China.Every country
    > in the world knows that this stuff goes on and lets them get away
    > with it.Need to send in some head breakers and send a message that
    > this crap needs to stop.
    Nov 12, 2009. 05:39 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Microsoft Bans Thieves from Live [View article]
    1. They may need a new Xbox but not a new Live account to play online again, they can still use the old account on the new Xbox because they paid monthly fee for it.

    2. MS banned the Live function only, not the consoles, they can still play locally with piratical copies.

    3. Agree that many Chinese people use piratical copies, but who cracks the games for them? who provides the technique to modify consoles for them? Google 'mod chip', they are all US companies.
    Nov 12, 2009. 02:01 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • GameStop Director Leonard Riggio Shows Us the Future of Gaming [View article]

    120gb hard drive can hold 10 games (10gb[1 DVD] each after install) at most and we need space for movies, music and photos...

    BTW, many PC online games use P2P tech (BitTorrent) to distribute game packages, so it should not be a problem for servers, but now days games become bigger and bigger, like [Blue Dragon] - 3 DVDs, [Lost Odyssey] - 4 DVDs and games released by blu-ray DVD could be up to 30gb, it's gonna take days to download the full game...

    So, for now, retail stores should be fine.

    On Oct 16 11:51 AM user1010101 wrote:

    > Gaucho420,
    > I am not sure I agree with you that hardcore gamers download games
    > at mid-night since not all games hit XBL before being released at
    > a retail level - this is up to the distributor. As well, with the
    > size of games getting larger, a 60gb HD is worthless. You cannot
    > simply d/l an unlimited amount of games - at some point you run out
    > of space. The idea behind the HDD was not to convert customers to
    > an online distribution model - it is meant for updates, upgrades
    > and game packs.
    > Finally, if everyone were to jump on to d/l a game (like you do)
    > you would not have the game d/l by the following morning - servers
    > are not capable of handling those loads. So, for now, be happy your
    > are one of the few taking advantage of online distribution.
    Oct 29, 2009. 02:11 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Microsoft's Xbox Beats Out All Other Game Consoles [View article]
    I have Xbox, Xbox 360, PS2, PS3 and Wii in my living room.

    Xbox 360 has many problems:
    1. Cheap quality: My first Xbox 360 died because of the 3-red-light problem and cheap DVD ROM
    2. Big noise from DVD ROM
    3. HD-DVD is dead and many games have to be released in multiple DVDs
    4. Live service has monthly fee
    5. Small and expensive hard drive

    "Part of the success is down to platform exclusives. Halo is "

    Many games are PS3 exclusives, like Uncharted 2: Among Thieves and Demon's Souls released in the last 2 weeks, these games got the same rating scores as Halo 3 and Halo 3: ODST.

    "There is the constant upgrading of Live to become a media hub, "

    Playstation Network provides similar services includes NetFlix streaming movies and it's free.

    "the way. This makes the 360 by far the most powerful entertainment hub that you can connect to your television. And it is "

    How about blu-ray for HD TVs? Many people buy PS3 as a blu-ray player for their HD TVs.

    "Also, quietly but persistently, Microsoft is moving content distribution away from the physical plastic and cardboard sold at retail. Online is the future and Microsoft is already there. They keep"

    This is happening on Playstation Network too.

    "As if that weren’t enough, we have Project Natal on the way, an implementation of gesture interface technology that is a quantum"

    This is good for kids, useless for hardcore players who play games for hours everyday, how can you play Halo 3 with it?

    Xbox 360 sold more than PS3 because it's cheaper and released 1 year earlier than PS3, in fact, I like PS3 better now for it's good quality.
    Oct 27, 2009. 08:27 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Apple Earnings Show Unparalleled Pricing Power [View article]
    Great article!

    One problem here:

    Android is a mobile operating system running on the Linux kernel.
    It allows developers to write managed code in the Java language, controlling the device via Google-developed Java libraries.

    The unveiling of the Android platform on 5 November 2007 was announced with the founding of the Open Handset Alliance, a consortium of 48 hardware, software, and telecom companies devoted to advancing open standards for mobile devices.

    Google released most of the Android code under the Apache License, a free software and open source license.

    So, it has nothing to do with Microsoft operating system.
    Oct 21, 2009. 02:35 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment