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  • Pizza Compass app guides users toward tasty meals

    Pizza Compass app guides users toward tasty meals
    Welcome to the 21st century, where a compass can be used to find the nearest pizza place. Thanks to Pizza Compass, an app released Tuesday, iPhone users can now turn their smartphones into their own personal guides toward melted cheese, warm crust and...
  • Web Buzz: Springpad to a memorable trip

    With this app, collect and organize vacation ideas before your trip, as well as digital memorabilia afterward. Name: Springpad Available for: iOS, Android What it does: Saves notes, photos, videos, to-do lists, audio, books, music and more to...
  • Dishing on dining

    Dishing on dining
    Q: You have a pretty big audience of friends. I bet they have the some of the same questions for you that I have. When you eat out, do you go with a group of people? Do you order extra dishes just so you can taste them? Do you take notes while you are...
  • 'Map of the Dead' video game brings zombie apocalypse to Chicago

    'Map of the Dead' video game brings zombie apocalypse to Chicago
    With a dozen brain-eating zombies standing in the way, it's clear that coming to Jewel was a bad idea. You can run away, but you still face a dilemma: Do you try to scavenge supplies at a nearby Walgreen's or a bar in Wicker Park? Navigating the streets...
  • Spago and Michael's look forward with new faces

    Spago and Michael's look forward with new faces
    "The revolution has succeeded and it's been televised," says Michael McCarty, sitting over a plate of heirloom tomatoes with burrata on the patio of his Santa Monica restaurant, Michael's. "Five-year-olds are watching 'Top Chef' now." And the next...
  • Free $25 AMEX credit for Small Business Saturday

    Free $25 AMEX credit for Small Business Saturday
    So long, Black Friday. Hello, Small Business Saturday. If you have an American Express card, sign up for a $25 statement credit for Small Business Saturday on Nov. 30. Then, use the card at hundreds of South Florida businesses to save $25 on a purchase....
  • Food FYI: It's Cinco de Mayo somewhere

     
    Food FYI: It's Cinco de Mayo somewhere...
  • Before you check in, check out your Foursquare settings

    Before you check in, check out your Foursquare settings
    Foursquare users, take note. The geolocation social network that lets you compete for mayorships and learn about trending venues is making a few changes to its privacy that you should know about before your next check-in. Starting on Jan. 28, your...
  • Safer sexting is now a Snap....but still a bad idea

     
    Just so we're clear, I stand foursquare against the practice of minors electronically transmitting photographs of their private parts. No exceptions. Not to one another. Not to strangers. Not by text. Not by Twitter. Adults should probably refrain as...
  • Are your kids compromising your family’s security?

     
    Like a lot of children, when I was in preschool, I enjoyed telling other people what I knew. There were a couple of occasions when I proudly told strangers my first, middle and last names; how old I was; my address and the names of my parents. Luckily,...
  • March 22: Midday Fix - Spring Break Travel Tips

    March 22: Midday Fix - Spring Break Travel Tips
    Spring Break Travel Tips Before you go -- get in the know. Follow the news from Twitter to TV. If you plan on traveling abroad, sign up for STEP, monitor advisories. In another country? Be familiar with their laws -- you are subject to them! Cash is...
  • 800 texts in one week? Diaries of 3 smartphone addicts

    800 texts in one week? Diaries of 3 smartphone addicts
    (CNN) -- If you're like Derek Smith, you spend a lot of time on your smartphone. Then again, maybe nobody is quite like Derek Smith. In one recent week, the medical student sent 40 e-mails and 399 text messages, snapped 25 photos, bought two movie...