Amazon New Tablet To Rival iPad

Amazon’s rumored tablet computer will be introduced before October, according to a report.

The tablet, which would vie with Apple’s iPad 2, among other products, will be one of three new hardware products from Amazon coming in the third quarter, according to The Wall Street Journal.

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Rep. Darrell Issa Calls Postal Service TV Ad Misleading

The postal workers union is refusing to take down a new ad after Republican Rep. Darrell Issa accused its members of “misleading” viewers by claiming tax dollars do not support the Postal Service.

“The ad is accurate,” Sally Davidow, spokeswoman for the American Postal Workers Union, told

The TV ad, which started running this week, has a voiceover claiming U.S. mail delivery doesn’t cost taxpayers a “single cent” and is “funded solely by stamps.

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Obama Walks Out During Debt Talks

(Reuters) – Moody’s Investors Service jolted White House debt talks on Wednesday with a warning that the United States may lose its top credit rating in the coming weeks, piling pressure on Washington to lift its debt ceiling.

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Netflix Customers Angry About Price Rise

The response from Netflix subscribers following news of pending changes to their rental plans has been a resounding thumbs down.

On Tuesday, Netflix revealed users who want unlimited DVD and streaming options for renting movies and TV shows must purchase separate plans.

The current monthly rate for both options goes for $9.99, but would shoot up to $15.98 under the new arrangement.

Read More: USA TODAY