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Steve Jobs Resigns As CEO of Apple

August 24, 2011 Leave a comment


Steve Jobs has resigned from Apple Inc as revealed in a news release around 6.45pm EST. This is pretty shocking considering it’s right before the release of  Apple’s new iPhone 5. He also went on to name his replacement Tim Cook who will be taking over the duties of CEO. Click the link below for the full story.

Steve Jobs Resigns

Source: CNN Money




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Martin Luther King Jr Memorial Statue

August 22, 2011 1 comment


Here is a first look at the MLK Memorial statue in Washington D.C. . The memorial opened this morning in Washington D.C. on the National Mall where the civil rights leader delivered his memorable “I Have A Dream” address. The statue is 30ft tall, standing taller than the Lincoln Monument. It is the first statue on the Mall that honours a  Non-US President.





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“Watch The Throne” Breaks iTunes Sales Record

August 15, 2011 Leave a comment


Jay-Z and Kanye West’s collaborative album Watch the Throne, which was released exclusively to iTunes last Monday (August 8th), has broken a record for the online store.

According to reports, the LP has become the highest selling album in the store’s history for first-week sales, moving about 290,000 copies to break Coldplay’s previous record with 2008′s Viva La Vida, which sold 155,000 copies.


Source: HipHopDX

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Google to buy Motorola Mobility

August 15, 2011 Leave a comment

Internet giant Google is looking to make a power move in the Telecommunications industry by buying Motorola Mobility for $12.5 billion announced by both companies this morning, this deal would be the largest acquisition ever.  Google being the  worlds search leader, says it believes the mobile device maker will help it gain a stronger hold on the mobile device market. Full story below

Google to buy Motorola Mobile

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London Riots

August 10, 2011 Leave a comment

London England, a city filled with so much history is literally being looted and burned down to nothing. For about 4 days now people young and old have been taking to the streets of suburban London, breaking windows and looting of many businesses, setting cars and buildings on fire and countless muggings and robberies of the weak and innocent.

This all stemming from the police shooting and killing of 29yr old Mark Duggan of Tottenham, where the riots shortly began after protests and rallies looking for justice. Latest reports from the BBC are stating that there is no evidence that Mark Duggan opened fire at the police before being shot dead.

The police have little to no effect on disrupting all the looters and vandals from destroying London. It almost seems like they’re out numbered, scared even. What I would like to know is where are ALL of those police officers that were on call to make sure that The Royal Wedding went off with out any problems. Seems like thy’re no where to be found. Then you wonder why those rioting feel like they can’t be stopped and can do whatever they want. Many residents are clearly fed up with it all.

Hopefully this will come to an end soon, cause in a year from now the world will be watching London once again for the 2012 Olympics. One can only have faith that they can bounce back fast enough from this.

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