I’m back from a timely and tropical Florida break, and now I’m tanned, rested and ready to talk tech stocks. Issue #1 is Research in Motion, a stock on the upswing (at $44 per share) on news that it plans to roll out a new, full-service TV feature in the next week or so. The report comes from NewTeeVee.com, which sites multiple sources in describing the new RIMM TV service (as follows): —It will be a paid-for unlimited monthly subscription service. 
 —Content will be downloaded through a Wi-Fi connection.
 —The service has managed to license content from multiple broadcast …

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It's football season and time for the old "option" play - with Cisco Systems, IBM and Hewlett-Packard lining up in the backfield. Options are a riskier way of investing on stocks. Essentially, options allow you to buy or sell a company's stock at a stated price and a stated date. Investors who bet the stock will go down buy "puts" giving them the right to sell the stock at a higher price. Investors who think a stock will go up buy "calls" which give them the right to buy the stock at a lower price on a specified date. Expiration …

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The End.