Following the Money as Immigration Reform Heats Up
Here's how you get the votes to pass immigration reform: Calmly and rationally explain the benefits of revamping our nation's immigration laws to your congressmen, telling the stories of people whose lives have been dramatically impacted by the way the current system works. Oh, here's another way
The Global Note: The Soldier's Story…The Assads' Inbox…Antibiotic Fears…GPS
AFGHANISTAN -THE SOLDIER’S STORY…Today we may learn the name of the soldier who massacred civilians in southern Afghanistan last weekend – and already we’re learning how his lawyer will proceed. The attorney’s comments suggest he’ll use post-traumatic stress as part of his defense – and...
TechBytes: iPod Netflix
iPod Netflix If you have an iPhone or an iPod Touch, Netflix is trying to get your attention. Netflix is now offering a streaming "target="external"> video app for the Apple devices. That means anyone with an iPhone or iPod touch who subscribes to Netflix could stream and instantly watch one of the
Netflix for iPhone and iPod Touch
In today's tech if you have an iPhone or an iPod Touch Netflix is trying to get your attention. Netflix is now offering a streaming video app for the apple devices that means anyone with an iPhone or an iPod Touch. Who subscribes and Netflix could stream and instantly watch one of the 20000 movies
Tech companies appear to have learned from past
If you're tempted by technology funds, you probably feel like Charlie Brown trying to kick a football held by Lucy Van Pelt. You'd like to believe that the tech rally won't get snatched away as soon as you invest. But you've been suckered too many times. Still … the tech-rich Nasdaq stock index has
Faster Bluetooth 3.0 Launches with WiFi Twist
Bluetooth 3.0 has been formally announced with backers promising faster speeds thanks to WiFi.
New Buzz Builds Around Next-Gen iPhone, iPod Touch
Following the virtual trail of bread crumbs turns up some tasty new morsels to munch on.
Do-It-Yourself Free Xbox 360 Wireless
An Xbox 360 with free wireless? Save yourself up to $100? Read on, true believer.
Broadcom co-founder bets he can still avoid prison
Broadcom co-founder Henry Samueli is gambling that an appeals court will accept a plea deal that would spare him prison time in one of the largest U.S. stock options backdating cases. Samueli is leaving his guilty plea in place as he pursues the appeal, his attorney, Gordon Greenberg, said Tuesday
Broadcom Cofounder Pleads Guilty to Lying to SEC
In a plea agreement, Broadcom's cofounder admits that he lied to the SEC and agrees to pay $12 million.