(Article updated with new information on the decision Arizona immigration law SB1070 made by Judge Susan Bolton and the production of the Porsche hybrid 918 Spyder.)NEW YORK ( TheStreet) -- "Susan Bolton" is a trending search term on Google today, following the judge's decision to put some of the controversial aspects of the Arizona immigration law SB1070 on hold. U.S. District Judge Susan Bolton has suspended the part of the law that required officers to check a person's immigration status, as well as the part that required immigrants to carry their papers at all times. These aspects of the law will be suspended until they are completely are resolved by the courts. The law was adopted in April and was meant to discourage illegal immigrants from entering or remaining in Arizona. The aspects of the law that Judge Bolton did not suspend are scheduled to go into effect on Thursday.
Porsche hybrid 918 Spyder is another hot search topic, following the announcement that Porsche ( PAH3) will produce a plug-in hybrid version of its sports car. The company was anxious to build the new model back in April, but needed at least 1,000 sales pledges to begin production. The new hybrid vehicle is expected to be one of the most expensive Porsches ever produced, in the range of its 2005 Carrera GT, which was priced at $440,000. Porsche also announced the production of the 911 GT3 R Hybrid, its first hybrid racecar, and the Cayenne S Hybrid, which will be able to reach speeds of almost 100 miles power hour on electric power alone.
"Volt" has been a hot search topic following an announcement by General Motors that the 2011 Chevrolet Volt will have a $41,000 price tag. GM said that the Volt is the industry's first electric vehicle with extended-range capability. "The Chevrolet Volt will be the best vehicle in its class... because it's in a class by itself," said Joel Ewanick, the vice president of U.S. marketing for General Motors.