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Nvidia: Macquarie Ups to Buy; High-End PCs Firm, Royalties Under-Appreciated

Shares of graphics chip experts Nvidia (NVDA) are up 10 cents, or half a percent, at $20.05, after Macquarie Research’s Deepon Nag raised his rating on the shares to Outperform from Neutral, with a $24 price target, in advance of the company’s fiscal Q2 report on Thursday, after market close. For one thing, the “high-end” [...]

Even Mac Computers Are Vulnerable To This Worm

In March, researchers demonstrated that it was relatively easy to hack a core component of a computer, known as the core firmware or also BIOS, UEFI or EFI, and to infect 80 percent of all computers manufactured by Dell, Lenovo, Samsung, and HP with a type of malware that was extremely hard to detect and remove. Show More Summary

Greek Stock Market Opens After Five Week Closure and Promptly Nosedives to a 22 Percent Loss

23 minutes agoNews : Vice News

After a five-week closure, Greece's stock market plunged over 22 percent when it reopened Monday, as investors had their first chance since late June to react to the economic crisis that has engulfed the country. Bank shares suffered most, hitting or nearing the daily trading limit of a 30 percent loss. Show More Summary

ESPN’s 'Sunday Night Baseball' Delivers Strong Numbers for Mets-Nationals, With the Highest Rated Game in D.C. Market Since 2008

The Aug. 2 edition of ESPN’s Sunday Night Baseball presented by Taco Bell – the New York Mets defeated the Washington Nationals 5-2 – delivered a 1.7 overnight rating, according to Nielsen. This is up six percent from a 1.6 for last year’s comparable game (L.A. Dodgers-San Francisco Giants).

Sorry, folks: Joe Biden is not running for president

I have some bad news for the media: Joe Biden is not running for president. Okay, so maybe I don’t know that with 100 percent certainty. After all, he’s free to do what he wants, and there’s little doubt he’d like to be president, as would most politicians. But what I do know is that […]

BEA: Personal Income increased 0.4% in June, Core PCE prices up 1.3% year-over-year

From the BEA, the Personal Income and Outlays report for June: Personal income increased $68.1 billion, or 0.4 percent... in June, according to the Bureau of Economic Analysis....Real PCE -- PCE adjusted to remove price changes -- decreased less than 0.1 percent in June, in contrast to an increase of 0.4 percent in May.... Show More Summary

How The U.S. Can Go Beyond The Clean Power Plan In Carbon Reduction

The Clean Power Plan would only reduce the United States' greenhouse gas emissions by six percent. But the government is acting to curb emissions elsewhere, too. The post How The U.S. Can Go Beyond The Clean Power Plan In Carbon Reduction appeared first on ThinkProgress.

News in Brief: Alarming Study Finds 60% Of Americans Don’t Know Where Their Next Value Meal Going To Come From

2 hours agoHumor : The Onion

WASHINGTON—Highlighting a disturbing reality for many individuals and families throughout the country, a study published Friday by the U.S. Department of Agriculture revealed that an alarming 60 percent of Americans have no idea where their next value meal will come from. Show More Summary

Sony's new mid-range phones take 13-megapixel selfies

These are dark days for Sony's smartphone business. The division saw sales drop 16.3 percent over the past year, and is losing money faster than PlayStation is making it. The answer to this problem, according to Sony, is to release two new mid range smartphones to this month, the Xperia C5 Ultra and the Xperia M5. Show More Summary

Obama administration to test Pell Grants for prisoners

Inmates who participate in educational programs are 43 percent less likely to return to prison.

Disenfranchise Straight White Males?

Donald Trump's lead in the Republican presidential polls has reignited the debate on the most emotionally charged question in American politics today: Should straight white males, called "Swims," be allowed to vote? "Over 92 percent of Trump supporters are Swims. Show More Summary

Immigrants in Germany swell to record high 11 million

BERLIN (Reuters) - The number of immigrants living in Germany rose by 3.7 percent last year to a record high of 11 million and a fifth of the population is of a migrant background, the Federal Statistics Office said on Monday.

Butterflies may hold the secret to increasing solar output by 50 percent

The secret to cheaper, more efficient solar power may lie in the unassuming wings of the butterfly. The Cabbage White butterfly folds its wings in a v-shape in order to heat up their flight muscles before launching into the air. Scientists at the of by

On climate change, a destructive pattern reasserts itself

The Obama administration is announcing a bold new initiative to address climate change, calling upon states to implement policies that would reduce carbon emissions from power plants by 32 percent by 2030. The new rules...

Police Account for 16% of All Rio De Janeiro Homicides in Past Five Years

Nearly 16 percent of the homicides in Brazil’s Rio de Janeiro over the past five years were committed by on-duty police officers who were not prosecuted, according to a new report by an international rights watchdog.

Hungary builds fence to keep migrants out of EU

80 percent of people who flee to Hungary come from war zones like Iraq, Syria and Afghanistan; most keep heading west

POLL: Majority of American Voters Now Oppose Obama’s Horrendous Iran Nuke Deal by 2 to 1

Obama has utterly failed to convince the country that his horrendous nuke deal with Iran is a good idea with a whopping 57 percent now opposing the deal, a new

Chinese textile mills are now hiring in places where cotton was king (in the US!)

In the United States, manufacturing wages adjusted for productivity have risen less than 30 percent since 2004, to $22.32 an hour, according to the consulting firm. And the higher wages for American workers are offset by lower natural gas prices, as well as inexpensive cotton and local tax breaks and subsidies. Show More Summary

Using the Android Percent Support Library

Android’s standard layouts can be confusing. When one attribute interacts with another attribute, you can get some surprising results. So it helps to have attributes with intuitive meanings, such as layout_widthPercent in the new Percent Support Library.

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