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  • Amazon Pulls iPad Mini Spec Comparison After Speaker Gaffe

    Amazon has already made it abundantly clear how it feels about Apple’s new iPad mini, but was the retail giant too quick to judge?

    Apple Insider today reported that Amazon has pulled a homepage advertisement that slammed the iPad mini after discovering that its diss was factually incorrect.

    Earlier this week, Amazon posted a spec comparison between the iPad mini and Kindle Fire HD on its homepage. It touted the $199 Kindle Fire HD’s “stunning display,” and said the Kindle Fire HD had a higher number of pixels per inch (216 vs. 163) than the iPad mini, the ability to watch HD movies, and dual stereo speakers instead of the mono ones on the iPad mini.

     

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  • Superstorm Sandy could still bring chaos to election day

    Widespread power outages along the East Coast had officials in at least four states scrambling Wednesday to devise contingency plans for Election Day voting.

    In New York, where at least 26 people statewide died and nearly 2 million remain without power as of Wednesday, Board of Elections officials continue to work with county authorities and Gov. Andrew Cuomo regarding contingency plans. No additional information was available, a spokeswoman told FoxNews.com.

    “Due to hurricane Sandy, poll site information for the November 6, 2012 election may change,” a state Board of Elections website reads.

     

    Read more: http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2012/10/31/2-days-after-sandy-leaves-east-coast-powerless-officials-uncertain-about/#ixzz2AuteCK00

  • Wall Street trades flat post-shutdown

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    US equity markets closed fractionally higher after trading in negative territory most of the day, following a two-day closure, and recorded their first monthly decline since May.

    The main US markets were shut on Monday and Tuesday after flooding of the New York financial district following hurricane Sandy, which prevented thousands of workers from reaching their offices when transit along the east coast was crippled.

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