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  • Understanding Apple Buying WiFiSLAM And What's Next [View article]
    The management of this failing tech industry is taking the cautious and scared slow death approach ,by buying one company for lots of cash focussing on one impractical copycat idear after another.A shotgun approach would be nice to see for a change,then they would have a better chance on hitting a target..The entertainment business is booming when these leaders are thinking dull and boring inside a cofin, like an ancient (i.b.m). The human brain is the best known computer,with storage (disc drive memory) and processing power (quad core processor), searching and finding more entrepreneurs with the new bold and valuable futuristic quad core ideas...as memory storage today is now plentiful and cheap got it ! paul m sykes
    Apr 4 09:51 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Tim Cook responds to criticism of Apple's (AAPL -1.6%) Chinese repair/warranty policy by state-owned media outlets and a government agency by issuing an apology letter that outlines repair policy changes for the iPhone 4 and 4S. Separately, Fidelity Contrafund, Apple's biggest active shareholder, discloses it cut its stake in the company by 10% in January and February, to 10.4M shares. [View news story]
    Are we now going through a reverse cycle? paul m sykes
    Apr 3 10:34 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Apple (AAPL +2%) roundup: 1) Jim Cramer states Apple is "becoming the J.C. Penney of tech," while suggesting sentiment has become too negative. 2) The state-owned Chinese press has become more positive on Apple following Tim Cook's apology letter. 3) The USPTO has reaffirmed the Oct. invalidation of Apple's "rubber-banding" patent, which was successfully asserted against Samsung. 4) Apple has hired much of the team behind the original Segway, including robotics expert John Morrell. No word on what project Morrell is working on. (Goldman[View news story]
    These guys must be playing with monopoly money
    Apr 2 12:27 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Tim Cook responds to criticism of Apple's (AAPL -1.6%) Chinese repair/warranty policy by state-owned media outlets and a government agency by issuing an apology letter that outlines repair policy changes for the iPhone 4 and 4S. Separately, Fidelity Contrafund, Apple's biggest active shareholder, discloses it cut its stake in the company by 10% in January and February, to 10.4M shares. [View news story]
    How to test ceo's for technology I.Q. ?..someone knows this answer
    me !
    Apr 1 01:36 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • BlackBerry: 'Holy Smokes, They Did It' [View article]
    Loser + loser = 2
    Apr 1 01:31 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Did BlackBerry Sell 9 Million Too Few Z10 Smart Phones? [View article]
    Kevin the perfect ,finally made a BB Boo Boo ! any one here willing
    to tell us why ?

    paul m sykes
    Mar 30 01:37 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Blackberry CEO Discusses Q4 2013 Results - Earnings Call Transcript [View article]
    The last thing BB10 needs now is a war of words... !
    Mar 28 04:34 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • BlackBerry: Are You Ready For This? [View article]
    Stocks that can suddenly rise and fall is called SPECULATION..
    In some people's minds it is the rush of making money and the same
    Buzz they get in loosing money !
    Mar 27 10:31 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • T-Mobile USA (DTEGY.PK) will start selling the iPhone 5 (AAPL) on April 12. In tune with the carrier's embrace of subsidy-free plans, the 16GB model will be sold without contract for an up-front cost of $100 and a 2-year, $20/month installment schedule (total cost of $580, a little below the phone's unlocked price of $649). T-Mobile, which is (finally) launching a 4G LTE network in 7 cities, will also sell the BlackBerry Z10 (BBRY) and Samsung's Galaxy S IV. The carrier plans to offer 4G coverage to 100M people by mid-year, and 200M by year's end. (live blog) (PR[View news story]
    $100 + no contract+ $20/month + lie detector test, = Apples
    grow wings...paul m sykes
    Mar 26 03:51 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • BlackBerry Q4 2013 Earnings Preview: The Shorts Could Be Squeezed [View article]
    Be very careful what we write with good sounding words in stead of facts,because the written words of the mighty pen can engrave our signatures forever in an evil sword of ignorance !...paul m sykes
    Mar 26 03:29 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Why China Cannot Be Apple's No.1 Market [View article]
    Youtube !
    Mar 26 03:10 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • In adding Apple (AAPL +0.9%) to its Most Preferred list, UBS names dividend/buyback hikes, a low-end iPhone, and a calendar Q4 China Mobile deal as possible catalysts. Separately, the firm has replaced H-P (HPQ +0.3%) with Fusion-io (FIO -0.9%) on its Least Preferred list, citing concerns Fusion-io's forecast for 40% Q/Q growth in the June quarter may prove optimistic. Apple is replacing Mellanox (MLNX +0.2%) on the Most Preferred list - UBS doubts much positive news will be provided on Mellanox's Q1 call. [View news story]
    May be better if someone came out with a mickey mouse phone !
    Mar 25 01:06 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • BlackBerry (BBRY) slides another 6.2% premarket, with Goldman cutting to Hold amid the soft AT&T launch. Citigroup reiterates its $6 price target, saying internal checks show sales of the Z10 have dramatically slowed and carriers have shifted promotions to other products. "Shockingly low support by AT&T with extremely limited signage ... most AT&T employees (have) not even been trained on the device." [View news story]
    I wonder if these strong believers and brave souls will come out and say just how many
    of these shares they really still hold...
    Mar 25 12:56 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • "Apple (AAPL) thrived because its CEO was a jack-of-all-trades who stood atop a mountain of experts," writes Bleacher Report founder Bryan Goldberg. "Let's face it -- Was Steve Jobs really an expert in anything? ... Would Tim Cook or Ron Johnson concede that Steve knew supply-chain or retail better than they did?" But Jobs "knew when to listen to each [expert], and when to stop listening to each one." Goldberg sees AOL, which he suspects is "rife with editors, engineers, and salespeople talking past each other," as a company sorely in need of a jack-of-all-trades. [View news story]
    A jack of all trades and master of all .. It takes a long time to be multi
    talented...by mistakes well learned ...this is a true science...
    The only easy way of doing things with certainty is the hard and right way ! A great test is to see if these ceo's are really capable of starting a company running a company and expanding a company ...Talk Is Cheap ! paul m sykes
    Mar 23 08:47 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • BlackBerry: Z Is For Zero [View article]
    The pen is just as vicous as the sword ! Paul sykes
    Mar 22 10:41 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
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