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There’s a bigger worry than energy stocks

There’s no doubt that one of the biggest drivers of current market action is oil. The continued volatility in “black gold” has led to steep price declines in many of the stocks that rely on it, or products made from it. However, as bad as it’s been for the energy sector, weakness in two other places in the markets is ... Read More »

Microsoft Lumia 650 shows up in a live image, design confirmed

The Microsoft Lumia 650 has been popping up here and there over the past month, and its existence nearly got official confirmation from a company senior exec. Now a new live photo has appeared, confirming the design in previous renders, and the source also has intel on the specs. The lone image depicts the phone at an angle and other ... Read More »

Huawei has already sold a million Mate 8 units

Huawei’s latest flagship smartphone – the Mate 8 – went on sale in China early last month. At that time, there were reports that the device sold out at many retailers on the launch day itself, leading us to believe that it’s in great demand. The latest information we’ve received confirms that the handset is indeed selling like hotcakes in ... Read More »

Cramer: Fed could spark a long awaited rally

+ So far, this year has brought weak earnings, issues of valuation and stress in the oil patch. But unless the Federal Reserve provides clarity on where it stands with rate hikes this year, Jim Cramer said it is going to be very hard for the market to find a footing. “When you drill down, the proximate cause of much ... Read More »

Preloading Windows 10 mobile apps like TripAdvisor is a desperation move for Microsoft

In a move that’s sure to annoy consumers, TripAdvisor said Wednesday that its popular travel app will come preloaded on millions of Windows 10 desktop and mobile devices later this year. It’s a sign of Microsoft’s desperate attempts at app relevance that that actually sounds like a good idea. TripAdvisor said that its app for Android and iOS has already ... Read More »

How to tell a bull correction from a bear market

It’s a correction, right? Just like August. That was last week’s conventional wisdom, and that was before the S&P 500’s downdraft drove it 10 percent off its highs and wiped away 6.2 percent since the year began. The velocity and pain of the move, however, has more than a few market pros questioning whether the sell-off is really the start ... Read More »

You Can Be A Next-Level Gamer With A Killer Xbox One Design

As much as you try to personalize your Xbox One profile, you have to admit that you’re one of literal millions using the system. Since its initial launch in 2013, it’s estimated that over 18 million consoles have been sold. While it’s not the same impressive figure as the over 30 million PS4s that have been sold during the same ... Read More »

Is Money Saving Possible When Leasing a Car?

A lot of people opt for leasing a car than buying one. Leasing normally lets you drive a more high-end or a newer vehicle at lower monthly payments, as opposed to buying a car for the same down payment and price. Even in cases when you buy a car taking a low-interest loan, it is believed that leasing would tend ... Read More »

Website-Builder.com Review: Make Creative Websites like a Pro

The presence of unlimited number of free website builder online is attracting large number of clients for industries/niches which requires attractive and impressive website to attract the visitors but they either they don’t have technical knowledge or they want to get their work done totally hassle free. For the purpose of creation of websites, there are many online website builder,who ... Read More »

Growing Up Can Be an Option, But Growing Taller Is A Necessity

Human growth differs from one person to another. It is good to be tall, but it can be really embarrassing for someone who is very short heighted. Friends often crank you up when you are not able to reach something because of your height. This can become insulting sometimes, but no one understands that. However, every problem has a solution ... Read More »