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  • How Apple And Google Crushed Windows Phone [View article]
    I like my Windows 8.1 Phone, wouldn't get iPhone or Android. The only app missing is SiriusXM, and the ability to directly attach a file to a message - hard to do real work that way.

    One bad thing, it's always in the back, dark corner without full model displays. If it can be seen over the holidays, it will do well.
    Sep 5, 2014. 02:45 PM | 4 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Microsoft Misses The Big Point With Opera [View article]
    I actually use IE and Firefox (Chrome in a dress-I prefer the dress to Chrome) it is not bad on the PC, or the phone. I prefer Windows 8.1 and Windows Phone 8.1 WANT FLASH THOUGH...
    Aug 21, 2014. 11:29 PM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • More from Tesla Motors (TSLA -0.8%) CEO Elon Musk (previous): The company plans to add 9 stores, 3 galleries, and 26 service centers by the end of this year. After the expansion is done, he notes 85% of all Model S reservation holders in North America will be within 50 miles of a Tesla Service Center and 92% will be within 100 miles. [View news story]
    I just want a nice car that doesn't run on gas. Now I can and have bought one.

    I'm not rich

    Gas prices will be insane soon.
    Oct 22, 2012. 02:42 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Electric vehicle charging stations will be cropping up at select Kroger (KR) and Cracker Barrel (CBRL) locations as part of the government's national EV project. The low driving range of electric cars has been one of the biggest strikes working against the industry from it gaining mass appeal, although Tesla Motors (TSLA) hopes to turn the tables with the launch of the Model S this week. [View news story]
    The question is why? (Hint: Labor costs and taxes-we have the highest corp taxes in the world, and they want to raise them even more).
    Jun 24, 2012. 10:25 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Electric vehicle charging stations will be cropping up at select Kroger (KR) and Cracker Barrel (CBRL) locations as part of the government's national EV project. The low driving range of electric cars has been one of the biggest strikes working against the industry from it gaining mass appeal, although Tesla Motors (TSLA) hopes to turn the tables with the launch of the Model S this week. [View news story]
    I have been to Europe, they are worse off than we are, the WORLD was in a depression then and this young nation became the best nation in that short time. As we move closer to socialism, the worse we get.

    What country makes the best stuff? Where would you rather be?
    Diversify your sources, then choose, Trabant or Tesla one of the best built autos on the planet - only in America!
    Jun 23, 2012. 11:02 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Electric vehicle charging stations will be cropping up at select Kroger (KR) and Cracker Barrel (CBRL) locations as part of the government's national EV project. The low driving range of electric cars has been one of the biggest strikes working against the industry from it gaining mass appeal, although Tesla Motors (TSLA) hopes to turn the tables with the launch of the Model S this week. [View news story]
    The gov't doesn't have enough money, never will to do what you (geo-eng) say is needed. You still ignore the depression socialist Europe is in, much worse than ours. We'd be doing much better if it weren't for this debt and outrageous gov't spending. Again taking money, we don't have is, foolish, and unnecessary. Again, there will ALWAYS be cycles. During the Great Depression, we were not the only depressed economy, the world was in it. It was prolonged due to gov't policies.

    Less taxes beings more gov't revenue (this is proven). The more we have the more we spend, booting the economy and tax revenue. More people could buy electrics. Then some innovative person could get the infrastructure built. I would invest, especially IF I HAD MORE OF MY OWN MONEY!
    Jun 21, 2012. 10:18 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Electric vehicle charging stations will be cropping up at select Kroger (KR) and Cracker Barrel (CBRL) locations as part of the government's national EV project. The low driving range of electric cars has been one of the biggest strikes working against the industry from it gaining mass appeal, although Tesla Motors (TSLA) hopes to turn the tables with the launch of the Model S this week. [View news story]
    The housing bubble was caused by greedy politicians (wow, what a concept) forcing banks to loan where they normally would not have. Other greed factored in after that - get your history straight. Heard of the roaring 20s? Technology advanced, expansion of the middle class, rise in the standard of living, why? LOWER TAXES, LESS REGULATION (not no regulation - government is needed). If I had more of my own money, I'd put more in Tesla, not Solyndra.
    Even if I chose Solyndra, your kids would not be on the hook for it.

    That is the way it should be.

    By the way, as you should see, Keynesian (even the new one) economics do not work. Just ask the economy.
    Jun 21, 2012. 09:56 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Tesla Motors (TSLA +5.1%) jumps higher as the prospect of seeing Model S cars on the road gets tantalizingly close. While other EV car makers gnash out which vehicle boasts the gaudiest fuel efficiency rating, Tesla is banking on the car's sporty design, tech features, and +300-mile driving range as drawing in consumers despite the high sticker price.  [View news story]
    Get your history right. Housing bubble, mostly dems forcing banks. Who says politicians don't get greedy?. There will always be cycles, I prefer more up (U.S. - still the greatest country in the world), than downs. Look at what's happening to socialist Europe, Venezuela, Cuba, Russia. Nobody trying to break into those countries.

    Can't be free with someone telling you what to do. Think it's so good, go and see, then order your Trabant.
    Jun 20, 2012. 10:07 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Electric vehicle charging stations will be cropping up at select Kroger (KR) and Cracker Barrel (CBRL) locations as part of the government's national EV project. The low driving range of electric cars has been one of the biggest strikes working against the industry from it gaining mass appeal, although Tesla Motors (TSLA) hopes to turn the tables with the launch of the Model S this week. [View news story]
    Yes, EVs will come, we'll buy them, someone would setup charging stations and profit, but the gov't keeps interfering...with my money and my son's money.

    Nothing has worked as well as capitalism, ever, which we are a long way from now. Why do they think this old tired socialism thing that has never worked well, will this time?

    We need to get back to what made us great, not what had made others poor.


    BTW, cannot wait for my Model S delivery!
    Jun 19, 2012. 12:07 PM | 3 Likes Like |Link to Comment
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