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  • Hey broadcasters, a free antenna isn't a replacement for Aereo

    Hey broadcasters, a free antenna isn't a replacement for Aereo
    Fresh off the major networks' Supreme Court victory over Aereo, the National Assn. of Broadcasters helpfully pointed Aereo's erstwhile customers to a special offer from Antennas Direct: a free rooftop TV antenna! That's a $130 value, yours (if you're...
  • HTC posts profit in second quarter with the help of One (M8) smartphone

    HTC showed signs of life Thursday, reporting a net profit of $75.5 million for the quarter ending June 30. Despite the positive results, analysts remain skeptical of the company's long-term fortunes. The Taiwanese company's second-quarter net...
  • LAUSD board agrees on testing alternative laptops

    LAUSD board agrees on testing alternative laptops
    With minimal discussion, Los Angeles school officials this week authorized contracts for the purchase of six different laptop computers to determine which device and curriculum works best for high school students. The approach is a marked contrast to...
  • Company refuses to follow rules of the road for taxis

    Last month, a company called Uber brought UberX to town. UberX offers a service in which, according to their CEO, a "dude" picks you up in his personal vehicle, takes you from point A to point B, and charges you a fare provided on his smartphone. Uber...
  • Retail Notebook: The Cooper opens in Palm Beach Gardens

    Retail Notebook: The Cooper opens in Palm Beach Gardens
    Restaurant opens in Palm Beach Gardens The Cooper, Craft Kitchen & Bar has opened for business in Palm Beach Gardens at the PGA Commons. The Cooper's farm-to-table menu includes burgers, seafood and steaks. Among the menu items are crispy fried olives...
  • App is capitalizing on 'fast food'

    It's an idea that started on the golf course. Rob Tomko of Whitehall Township was at the seventh hole at the Allentown Municipal Golf Course when he thought to himself that he should be able to order food and have it delivered to him right there on the...
  • iPhone app offers new social networking experience

    iPhone app offers new social networking experience
    Micah Davis said he hates it when he meets someone who is tremendously talented but goes unrecognized. Rather than complain, he decided to solve the problem millennial style. Davis created an app called Network. Network is a free application that...
  • Samsung Electronics faces falling profits as succession looms

    SEOUL (Reuters) - Smartphone leader Samsung Electronics Co Ltd faces a third straight quarter of profit decline that could become a fourth as cheaper models grab a bigger share of a slowing market and Apple Inc readies the launch of its iPhone 6....
  • The Blackphone ships -- built for stealth

    The Blackphone ships -- built for stealth
    The Blackphone, the first smartphone focused on privacy, began shipping Monday. Designed for users primarily concerned about privacy and data protection, the Blackphone carries a high price tag: $629, with no subsidy available through cellphone carriers....
  • Orlando tickets drivers, tows cars in Uber crackdown

    Orlando tickets drivers, tows cars in Uber crackdown
    Three weeks after Uber brought its not-quite-a-taxi service to Orlando, City Hall has fired the first shot in the "rideshare" war by ticketing five drivers and towing their vehicles. The undercover sting happened Tuesday evening, the night before Uber...
  • Mobile web siphoning revenue from U.S. cities as landlines fade

    Mobile web siphoning revenue from U.S. cities as landlines fade
    Tweeting, Facebooking, Skyping smartphone users are costing U.S. states and cities revenue as taxes rooted in old-fashioned telephone service fail to keep up with the Internet era. In Phoenix, Ariz., the loss of $1.3 million in telephone tax revenue...
  • Continuous Android in everything is Google's goal

    SAN FRANCISCO Google is expanding its Android operating system to a wide range of connected products and seeking to make the experience identical and continual across wearable devices, cars and homes, the company stressed Wednesday in the kickoff to I/O,...