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  • How Sprint's Family Share Pack plan compares to AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile

    How Sprint's Family Share Pack plan compares to AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile
    With a new chief executive at the helm, Sprint this week announced an aggressively priced plan that launches Friday and heavily caters toward families of four or more who use large amounts of data.  ------------ FOR THE RECORD An earlier version...
  • Pump prices keep dipping on rising U.S. output

    Gasoline Gas prices continue to decline despite tensions in Iraq and Ukraine, thanks to rising U.S. output. Greater domestic supplies have led "to the cheapest gas prices for August in years," travel club AAA said. On Monday, the price of regular gas in...
  • Apple gives beta users a peek at OS X Yosemite

    CUPERTINO, Calif. Apple is no longer afraid of the word "beta." Breaking with its notorious code of secrecy, Apple is letting users test-drive its new operating system for the Mac before it is officially launched later this fall. For the first time,...
  • U.S. tech firms under increasing scrutiny in China

    The Silicon Valley economy is hot these days, but U.S. tech firms are feeling a chill in China. Anti-monopoly investigators have raided Microsoft's China offices, and the government has banned Windows 8 from state computers. San Diego-based chip maker...
  • Q&A: SanDisk CEO Sanjay Mehrotra on flash and its 3-D future

    MILPITAS, Calif. SanDisk was founded in 1988 by three immigrants from different countries who championed the possibilities of flash memory, and those founders have helped guide the company to the top of the industry. After leading the company for its...
  • High School Athlete of the Month contest official rules

    High School Athlete of the Month contest official rules
    1. NO PURCHASE NECESSARY TO ENTER OR WIN. The High School Athlete of the Month Contest (the “Contest”) is sponsored by TribLocal, a publication of Chicago Tribune Company LLC (“TribLocal”), and Country Financial (“Sponsors&...
  • District 113 rolls out Chromebooks for coming school year

    District 113 rolls out Chromebooks for coming school year
    When school begins next week at Deerfield and Highland Park high schools, every freshman and sophomore will have a Chromebook, a laptop that some educators say will boost student engagement in the classroom. After this school year, incoming freshman...
  • With One M8, HTC gives smartphone users a choice: Android or Windows?

    It’s hard to get excited about using the Windows Phone operating system instead of Android or Apple’s iOS. There’s a long list of official apps that can’t be downloaded, including YouTube, Snapchat, Dropbox and Lyft. But...
  • Sprint cancels Framily, rolls out new data pricing plan

    Sprint Corp. is killing its Framily discount plan and launching new pricing that tries to attract customers by doubling the data that rival carriers offer smartphone users. New chief executive Marcelo Claure announced the shift Monday afternoon. "There'...
  • Apple stock rises to record amid optimism about new products

    Apple Inc.'s stock closed at an all-time high, surpassing a 2012 record as investors look ahead to new products such as bigger-screen iPhones and a wristwatch-like device that may jump-start revenue growth. Apple rose 1.4% to $100.53, topping the split-...
  • Australia's Qantas, Virgin allow smartphones throughout flights

    SYDNEY (Reuters) - Australian airlines Qantas Airways Ltd and Virgin Australia Holdings Ltd said passengers can use smartphones and tablets throughout flights from Tuesday after a regulator relaxed a ban on electronic devices on planes. The airlines said...
  • Inside GameStop's ROC, the hub for a multibillion-dollar used electronics business

    GRAPEVINE, Texas Inside the ROC, the heartbeat of the consumer electronics industry can be felt. At one end of the 182,000-square-foot facility, boxes roll in day and night, bringing thousands of video games, gaming consoles, smartphones and tablets sold...