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Come June 28th, Wall Street outfits including the likes of Citigroup and Bank of America will be under siege -- from fake hackers, that is. Representatives from a total of 40 companies along with the Federal Reserve, Securities and Exchange Commission, US departments of Treasury and Homeland Secur

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It might not pack the same thrill as the rumors of in-feed video, but Twitter has added clickable stock symbols on tweets. This now throws up search results for both the stock and the company, using a new 'cash' tag, like $FB, to differentiate from typical links and tags. As noted by TNW, it's bad

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Ready for your daily dose of \"Thanks, Captain Obvious\"? A recent Reuters report is suggesting that the mayhem on Wall Street could really pose a threat to handset makers, with RIM in particular at risk. The logic goes something like this: lots of finance workers probably use BlackBerries, and if th

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There is no doubt that we give DirecTV a hard time around here; after all ,they were at one time the undisputed HD leader. It looks like we're not the only one mocking their claim to add 100 National HD channels this year. Sanford C. Bernstein's Craig Moffett explains DirecTV's interesting methods o

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We'll admit, even we're a bit frightened that immensely intelligent humanoid bots may one day oust us from these seats, but according to whispers going around at IBM's HQ, something just as momentous could be going down as early as this year. Shortly after Lenovo told 1,400 of its US-based employees

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INHD's Mojo TV for \"adventurous men\" is preparing to debut a new show this Sunday, Wall Street Warriors. Since launching this summer, its featured some enjoyable HD shows including the recently added Doctor Danger. The New York Observer has an article on one of the subjects, the kind of guy who has

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Whoa Nellie. The folks who scooped Disney's ESPN-branded cellphone service -- MobileESPN -- are now calling for \"big changes\" in the MVNO. According to Rafat Ali and Staci Kramer who cite \"numerous sources,\" the doomed MobileESPN MVNO is set for \"a phased winding down/transition, or getting sold\" ou

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