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1. MemphisWeather.Net App Upgraded -

Version 2.0 of the MemphisWeather.net (MWN) smartphone app has been released with an upgraded interactive StormView Radar interface.

The interface more than doubles the geographic area covered and lets users zoom down to near-street level to see details.

2. Plugged-In Weatherman -

The rise of social media – and its integration with smartphones that are never far from a user’s side – has helped meteorologist Erik Proseus prove the truth behind Bob Dylan’s admonition that you don’t need a weatherman to know which way the wind blows.

3. Station Brings Memphis Tunes to Virtual Airwaves -

At first glance, it looks like any home office anywhere: two flat screen computer monitors with towers beneath the desk, a coffee pot to one side and a black-and-white cat that desperately wants to be let out.

4. Early Stock Gains From Bernanke Comments Evaporate -

NEW YORK (AP) – Even the prospect of interest rates staying low couldn't keep buyers in the stock market.

Stocks ended little changed Monday, having given back a brief afternoon gain that followed comments from Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke. The Fed chief said unemployment and other problems would hold the economy to "moderate" improvements and that rates are likely to remain low.