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  • Virtually wed: Online weddings present etiquette concerns for couples and guests alike

    Virtually wed: Online weddings present etiquette concerns for couples and guests alike
    New technology is creeping into the world of wedding etiquette, with live streaming of the ceremony to a remote audience being a current example. We searched for a consensus among wedding planners and etiquette experts on its propriety. The result?...
  • Proposed D58 budget plans for teacher raises, iPad training

    Proposed D58 budget plans for teacher raises, iPad training
    Downers Grove elementary school officials say they are boosting revenues and cutting costs in their newest budget, preparing the district for tougher fiscal conditions in upcoming years. Grade School District 58 administrators recently previewed plans...
  • 'War Thunder' flies onto mobile devices

    GamerHub.tv Russian developer Gaijin Entertainment has captivated PC and PlayStation 4 gamers with its World War II game "War Thunder." Now the free-to-play war simulation, which features planes, tanks and ships from World War II, is going mobile, thanks...
  • Univision Pacts with T-Mobile to Launch Wireless Phone Service Aimed at Hispanics

    Hispanic television programmer Univision Communications is now a virtual wireless provider. Univision announced a pact with T-Mobile to launch Univision Mobile, a service created specifically for the nearly 56 million Hispanic consumers in the U.S. The...
  • Apple mocks Samsung with Earth Day ad, kicks off iPad trade-in program

    Apple mocks Samsung with Earth Day ad, kicks off iPad trade-in program
    Leave it to Apple to celebrate Earth Day by kicking off new device recycling programs while also taking a shot at one of its biggest rivals. The Cupertino tech company on Tuesday ran an Earth Day ad in numerous newspapers around the world, including The...
  • Why buy when you can borrow instead?

    How would you like to download the latest hit single by Justin Timberlake to play on your iPhone for free, or a read a best-seller by David Baldacci on your Kindle for free, or browse the latest digital issue of The Economist or Marie Claire on your...
  • Time Warner Cable Will Market Startup's Fan TV as Alternative to Its Own Set-Tops

    Hate your cable set-top? Time Warner Cable will soon be suggesting customers to go out and buy a cool new $99 device that provides access to live TV and Internet-streaming services -- with a sleek new menu that outshines TW Cable's own guide. Fanhattan's...
  • T-Mobile, Univision launch wireless brand targeting Latinos

    T-Mobile, Univision launch wireless brand targeting Latinos
    T-Mobile and Spanish media giant Univision Communications Inc. have teamed up to launch a new wireless brand specifically designed for Latino customers. Starting Monday, Univision Mobile will offer customers monthly plans that include 100 minutes of...
  • AOL changes email policies to thwart spam from spoof accounts

    AOL changes email policies to thwart spam from spoof accounts
    AOL Mail has changed its policies to prevent spammers from sending messages out of addresses that are made to look like real AOL email accounts. The company announced the change Tuesday afternoon after numerous users took to Twitter to complain that...
  • Unboxing the Holy Grail, a bulletproof smartphone screen [Video]

    Unboxing the Holy Grail, a bulletproof smartphone screen [Video]
    A gadget accessories' company began selling what it claims are the first bulletproof smartphone screen protectors Tuesday. The protectors are called the Holy Grail and are made by Seattle company Sir Lancelot's Armor. They are made out of laminated...
  • Dodgers to season-ticket holders: No more paper tickets

    Dodgers to season-ticket holders: No more paper tickets
    If you watch Clayton Kershaw pitch a no-hitter at Dodger Stadium this year, you can pretty much forget about saving your game ticket. The Dodgers are just about doing away with paper tickets this season. No longer will season-seat holders get a...
  • Nickelodeon, Cartoon Network Vie for Kids' Attention With Apps, New Screens

    The TV screen is about to get more competition when it comes to luring young eyeballs -- and some of the content is going to come from the networks themselves. As upfront season approaches, Nickelodeon and Cartoon Network have let loose a slew of new...