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  • App maker ordered to stop auctioning public parking spots

    In a city short on parking and flush with tech millionaires, an app that enabled motorists to auction off their public parking spaces to nearby drivers may have been inevitable. According to San Francisco’s city attorney, it's also illegal. On...
  • Report: Bigger iPhones set for production, early September release

    Report: Bigger iPhones set for production, early September release
    New iPhones with screen sizes of 4.7 inches and 5.5 inches, far larger than the iPhone 5s and its 4-inch display, are set for production in July and for sale as early as September, Bloomberg reported. Citing anonymous sources familiar with Apple Inc.&...
  • High-tech firms focus on energy efficiency to confront climate change

    High-tech firms focus on energy efficiency to confront climate change
    WASHINGTON — As President Obama pushes ahead on a strategy for confronting climate change that relies heavily on energy efficiency, some Americans may see flashbacks of Jimmy Carter trying to persuade them to wear an extra sweater and turn down...
  • Dr. Dre lists his place in Hollywood Hills West for $35 million

    Dr. Dre has popped his Hollywood Hills West home on the market at $35 million. The contemporary estate he just listed has 9,696 square feet of living space including a library/media room, a den, a wine cellar, six bedrooms and nine bathrooms. There&...
  • Apple to end development of Aperture, its pro photo-editing software

    Apple to end development of Aperture, its pro photo-editing software
    Apple has ceased development of Aperture, its photo-editing program for professional users and amateur enthusiasts. The Cupertino, Calif., tech giant said it would instead focus on the upcoming Photos for OS X announced earlier this month that will...
  • European Union launches probe of tax breaks for Apple, Starbucks, Fiat

    European Union officials, taking a tough stance on tax evasion, launched an investigation into whether Ireland and two other member nations were providing improper tax breaks to Apple Inc., Starbucks Corp. and a unit of Fiat Group. The announcement...
  • Why that ruling against teacher tenure won't help your schoolchildren

    Tuesday's ruling by Los Angeles County Superior Court Judge Rolf Treu declaring all sorts of job protections for teachers "unconstitutional" is being hailed by a certain category of education activists.  What's curious about this is that they seem to...
  • Mac OSX 10.10, IOS 8, Healthbook expected at Apple event Monday

    Mac OSX 10.10, IOS 8, Healthbook expected at Apple event Monday
    Apple Inc. is expected to announce updated operating systems for its desktop computers and mobile devices -- Mac OSX 10.10 and IOS 8 -- at its annual developers conference starting Monday in San Francisco. The company is expected to also introduce...
  • Broadcom considers sale of cellular broadband business

    Broadcom considers sale of cellular broadband business
    Broadcom Corp. said it will explore strategic options for its cellular baseband business, including a possible sale. The company has hired JPMorgan Chase & Co. to assist. A sale or wind-down of the business is expected to reduce expenses by about $700...
  • Compton reassesses native son Dr. Dre, a newly minted billionaire

    Compton reassesses native son Dr. Dre, a newly minted billionaire
    Every fall, economics teacher Louis Stewart puts aside the textbooks and gives his students at Centennial High School in Compton a lesson in Dr. Dre 101. He pulls out the Forbes magazine list of America's richest celebrities and points to Dr. Dre, who...
  • Amazon.com launches Prime Music, an ad-free streaming service

    Amazon.com launches Prime Music, an ad-free streaming service
    Amazon.com Inc. has joined the hotly contested online music streaming business by launching its own service that is free of ads but light on songs. Prime Music is available free for subscribers of Amazon Prime, the company's $99-a-year membership...
  • How Apple's new iCloud pricing compares to rivals

    How Apple's new iCloud pricing compares to rivals
    When it comes to cloud services, Apple has been lagging behind its rivals for quite a while, but on Monday, the tech titan took some steps to play catch-up. Most notably, Apple announced that it plans to drop the price of cloud storage plans later...