A small story in the context of the rest of the world is the UK Government's call for the banning of forthcoming computer game, [URL="http://www.medalofhonor.com"]Medal of Honor[/URL]. British Defence Secretary [URL="http://http://www.liamfox.co.uk/text.aspx?id=1"]Liam Fox[/URL] has called for the ban because unlike its predecessors the game is set in Afghanistan, where of course both US and UK troops are still dying. Dr. Fox is incensed and outraged that such a thing should be used for entertainment and has said so. His Government Department has made it clear (and he hasn't objected) that this is a personal view. There are complex issues about freedom …

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Sales for the latest Tiger Woods PGA Tour titles from Electronic Arts have plummeted 68% from last years edition of the game and people have begun pointing fingers at the entitled golfer's promiscuity. It sure is easy to pass the buck when the accused is steeping in scandal, but that isn't the only factor at hand. [ATTACH=RIGHT]15911[/ATTACH]Doug Creutz of Cowan & Company believes Tiger caused permanent damage to the franchise, but he recognizes that he isn't entirely to blame. In a note to investors, he states, “Although this is probably due in part to the fact that last year's version …

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The stock market seems to be stabilizing after yesterday’s selloff, with the Dow Jones average up 120 points, and the Nasdaq up 24 points in early trading. We’re starting to see a trend where we have more days in positive territory than not – a historical sign that suggests the pros think we’ve hit some kind of bottom in the stock market. Analysts are also starting to weigh in on the relative health of technology stocks. Here’s a glimpse of analyst tech picks compiled by TheStreet.com this morning . . . ➢ Amazon.com: Rated new Hold at Jefferies. $54 price …

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