Posts filed under “Technology”
Hey MSN! How about embeddable videos? I know Microsoft didn’t invent it, but this video technology sucks.
Don’t you want to increase your video views and ads served? Its nearly 2009! Embeddable is already a few years old, but this Windows video is decades old!
Are you that afraid of Ballmer?Are you also forbidden from using iPods and Google? You guys will never be a first rate site — despite the good content — until you get serious about the tech.
Seriously, get with the times. Your non-embeddable, junk video technology is strangling your content.
I normally steer clear of non-embeddable video, but this was good enough to post:
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While we wait for the big three bailout vote in Congress today or tomorrow, I thought I would pass along this amusing thought exercise from Robert Cringely: “That’s where Steve Jobs’ second strength comes into play — identifying important new technologies. He’d look at the car market and conclude a number of things: 1) it’s…Read More
Guess who is the latest firm seeking to jump on the Bailout gravy train? Electric car start up Tesla Motors. “THE Tesla Roadster is an electric car that goes fast, looks sensational and excites envy. The seductive appearance, however, obscures some inconvenient truths: its all-electric technology remains woefully immature and don’t-even-ask expensive. If enough billionaires…Read More
Andy Bischel of SKBA Capital is eyeing bruised stocks with solid earnings growth potential. He talks about the prospects for Intel, Chesapeake Energy and Nasdaq. His firm runs the AHA Socially Responsible Equity Fund.
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Intel highlights day’s action in the tech sector after chip maker cuts its sales outlook. This prompts several analysts to lower their forecasts for the entire computer industry, including Dell and H-P. (Nov. 13)
Hot Stocks: Technology 11/13/2008
Honda Motor Co., Ltd. today unveiled its second experimental walking assist device that helps support bodyweight to reduce the load on an individual’s legs while walking, going up and down stairs, and in a semi-crouching position. The device is designed for people who are capable of walking and maneuvering on their own, but who can benefit from additional leg and body support while performing tasks. Honda will now begin testing the device in real-world conditions to evaluate its effectiveness.
Honda Unveils Experimental Walking Assist Device With Bodyweight Support System
November 07, 2008 08:05 AM Eastern Time