Archive for March, 2011

BlackBerry Maker RIM is Toast, At Least For Now

RIM is toast, if the stock price’s performance in after-hours trades is any indication after the company announced its earnings. Well, the earnings was great with the fourth-fiscal quarter surged 32% on strong sales of the company’s BlackBerry smartphones. What was disastrous was the forecast for the current period that is below Wall Street’s expectation. […]

... written on Mar 25 2011

Sex Tape Scandal – It’s All About Sarawak Election

If there’s one country in the world where you can enjoy sex scandals particularly involving politicians, that country is Malaysia. And if there’s one politician who can do sex like a rabbit, that politician is definitely the opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim, at least that was what revealed by a mysterious “Datuk T” after he dropped […]

... written on Mar 24 2011

Japan’s Chernobyl – Greed For Profits Above Safety?

A cloud of white smoke rose above Japan’s earthquake-damaged Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant Wednesday. The cloud of smoke came from the No. 3 reactor and presumed to have been vapour from a spent-fuel storage pool at the reactor. Immediately officials asked workers at the plant to evacuate after the smoke or vapour rose above the […]

... written on Mar 17 2011

Nuclear Fears Rips Global Stocks, Ain’t Over Yet

Stocks around the globe dropped like a stone at the start of trading on news that dangerous levels of radiation are leaking from a crippled nuclear plant in Japan after a magnitude-9 earthquake followed by tsunami. In a situation where you’re uncertain about the impact of the nuclear crisis especially when it come from the […]

... written on Mar 16 2011

Photo Galleries: The Day After Japan’s Tsunami

Japan’s stunning earthquake may be over but there’re reports that smaller scale of magnitude-7 aftershock may be coming. A magnitude 7 quake is capable of destroying buildings and triggering tsunamis. Japan Prime Minister was certainly right to say that the country is facing its worst crisis since World War II as it tackles the aftermath […]

... written on Mar 15 2011

Japan Tsunami’s Greatest Problem – Nuclear Meltdown

U.S. Geological Survey said the reading was 8.9 but the Japanese officials raised their estimate Sunday of the quake’s magnitude to 9.0. Either way, it’s the strongest and the worst that hit Japan in 140 years. Just when you thought the uprising in the Middle East particularly Libya would have kept you occupied, the Japan’s […]

... written on Mar 14 2011

iPad 2 Launch: 13 Things That May Interest You

Appearing in his standard black turtleneck and jeans, Steve Jobs, the master-mind behind iPod, iPhone and iPad showed up on stage to a standing ovation in San Francisco Wednesday. Looked gaunt but energetic as before, his presence seems to send a message that he’s not dying as reported by paparazzi and is still in command […]

... written on Mar 03 2011

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