economy

Samsung Galaxy Tab Banned in the United States

"Although Samsung has a right to compete, it does not have a right to compete unfairly", said the judge who failed to see the irony in his words. The Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 is now banned from the United States, thanks to Apple and it's anti-competitive business tactics. This only continues to provide evidence that the concept of "freedom" highly touted in the United States is false.

In country were corporations rule and elected officials are merely slaves to the corporate royalty, this kind of stuff is to be expected.


By editor on 27 June 2012 |

The Debit Card Fee

You can tell things are bad when banks start charging for the privilege of using a Debit card.  Recently in the good olde U.S.A.,  banks have discovered another "revenue stream" or what is normally called a fee.

Add another $5 to the already long list of banking fees.


By editor on 30 September 2011 |

Netflix Spins Off DVD Rental Service Focuses on Streaming

In an email to members, Netflix Co-Founder and CEO Reed Hastings announced it is dropping the DVD by mail rental service and moving it to a new service called "Qwikster", while maintaining the streaming service under the Netflix brand.


By editor on 19 September 2011 |

Zynga's Virtual Toys

People these days seem to spend money to buy... absolutely nothing.  I am referring to Zynga's online games that are found mostly on Facebook. 


By editor on 17 September 2011 |

There Never was a Recovery

When the United States recession began back in 2006, a lot of people where in denial.  It took almost two years to fully realize that the United States was in a recession.  In 2008 when the signs were clear as glass, their were still some that were in denial or simply hoped it was not true.

By editor on 07 September 2011 |