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Find out how to break your mortgage. The benefits or downsides to breaking your mortgage.
When we discuss mortgages, we talk a whole lot about ones like fixed rate mortgages and adjustable rate mortgages; however, two types of mortgages that often get discussed (and not in a good way), are balloon mortgages and subprime mortgages. What are they? How do they function? How do they impact the economy and housing market?
It has been revealed that the proposal to put a cap on high interest rates has been rejected. This means all the people in the UK that are short of money are being warned against opting for a payday loan because they are so risky. Payday loans are aimed at working people who are struggling [...]
Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac are employing a new course of action to quicken the short sale system. On June 15th, rulings on short sale bids can be anticipated within 30-60 days. New specifications have been laid down by the GSEs to generate a faster and more lucent short sale route.
Because of the home equity loans, house loans have become popular among the borrowers. It is an easy and secured loan and it possesses all important functions of a great home loan. No wonder why more and more people are opting for these home equity loans. But are they all good? They are, but not all the time. Just like everything else, home equity loans have had their advantages and disadvantages and that's what we will be discussing in this article.
Ferrari. Lamborghini. Corvette. When we hear these awesome, expensive sports car names, the first thing that comes to most of our minds is how we will never be able to afford one.  The thought that often follows is a common one: how cool would it be to win a brand new, expensive car or truck [...]

Microsoft is going to let marketers and advertisers dip their toes into the social stream. The tech giant is planning to launch a new social media product, dubbed "Looking Glass," which will let marketers aggregate and monitor social media platforms for brands and companies. According to a report by Ad Age today, the product is still in "proof of concept" stage and will be privately distributed to testers in the coming month. Microsoft's advertising blog also
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alytics/archive/2009/09/23/microsoft-lookingglass-helps-businesses-catch-the-social-media-wave-at-advertising-week-2009.aspx">mentions the new product.

Looking Glass will aggregate feeds from Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, Flickr and other social media sites and will also be able connect with CRMs, databases, service centers and more. In terms of analysis, the product will track sentiment of content but it's unclear what other data analysis and features the application will have. Looking Glass will be browser-based and powered by Microsoft's Silverlight technology. And unsurprisingly, all data collected by Looking Glass will be integrated with Microsoft's Sharepoint and Outlook products. In fact, the product's functionality may be limited for a business that isn't using Microsoft's enterprise suite.
According to Wikipedia, cloud computing is a paradigm of computing in which dynamically scalable and often virtualized resources are provided as a service over the Internet. According to Larry Ellison, it's nonsense and water vapor.

The chief executive of Oracle last week at the Churchill Club sat down with former Motorola CEO Ed Zander for a fireside chat about the future of the company he co-founded, the pendin
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g acquisition of Sun and the implications thereof, and the state of the economy in general.

Most amusing however, was his ranting on cloud computing, captured on video by TechPulse360. Of course, we've heard his refreshingly critical take of the buzzword du jour before, but he continues to make it a valid point. (after the jump)
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