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  • Sean Combs Wants Revolt Music Network to Be a Worldwide Brand Like ESPN, CNN

    Music impresario Sean Combs is thinking extra-large for Revolt TV, the music-themed cable and digital network aimed at younger viewers that launched six months ago. With the shift in programming format by MTV and VH1 away from music content, there's a...
  • Google to sell basic version of modular smartphone in January

    Google to sell basic version of modular smartphone in January
    Google will begin selling a basic version of its Project Ara modular smartphone in January, the company said this week. Project Ara is an effort by Google to make a smartphone that consumers can customize and upgrade by easily switching modules in and...
  • Watch Shailene Woodley freak out as her long hair gets hacked off

    Watch Shailene Woodley freak out as her long hair gets hacked off
    Shailene Woodley may be all child-of-the-earth and nature-y and stuff, but that doesn't mean she was completely zen when she saw more than half of her long hair hacked off in preparation for a movie role.  Far from it, actually. The 22-year-old...
  • FCC chief defends net plan

    FCC chief defends net plan
    Democrats want strong protections on the Internet to make sure that network owners don't discriminate against anyone online. Republicans don't want any rules whatsoever that they think could stifle the online ecosystem. So proposed net neutrality...
  • Two years after he went missing, Fox executive formally declared dead

    Two years after he went missing, Fox executive formally declared dead
    Two years after Fox executive Gavin Smith mysteriously disappeared, the missing man has formally been declared dead, officials said. Sheriff's officials said a public death certificate has been issued for Smith, dated May 1, 2012. In the two years...
  • New Milford Company Changing How Public Finds State Regulations

    A small company working out of a historic building in New Milford is laboring to put the latest version of state regulations — and proposed changes — at the fingertips of anyone with a computer. The company, Fairfax Data Systems of New...
  • Glendale City Council candidates reject city union, developer contributions

    Last week, all five candidates for City Council pledged not to take money from city unions, a vow many made once again at a League of Women Voters candidate forum this week, topping it off with a new addition. All the candidates said at the Wednesday...
  • Gov. Brown banks $20.7 million for relection campaign

    Gov. Brown banks $20.7 million for relection campaign
    Gov. Jerry Brown has more than $20.7 million in campaign funds banked for his bid for an unprecedented fourth term, according to a new campaign reports filed with the state. Brown raised more than $4 million in 2014, and spent $232,000 in that time, his...
  • Cynic's Paul Masvidal, Sean Reinert are out and ready to be loud

    Cynic's Paul Masvidal, Sean Reinert are out and ready to be loud
    Paul Masvidal has played in some of America's most intense heavy metal bands for more than 20 years. Visit his Echo Park home, however, and it's clear he's finally found peace. The 43-year-old singer-guitarist, sinewy and gently graying at the temples,...
  • Webcam helps monitor area birds

    Constant chirping from dozens of birds might get on some people's nerves, but the noise is music to science teacher Jayson Ruth's ears. The educator from Huntington Beach High School listened and watched dozens of varying species of terns from the...
  • Code share? Who cares? DOT -- so its proposed rule seeks transparency

    Code share? Who cares? DOT -- so its proposed rule seeks transparency
    Airline code shares may not be something most fliers care about, but the U.S. Department of Transportation thinks they should. It has proposed a new rule that would require airlines and ticket agents to clearly display the information on their websites....
  • You’re definitely out!

     
    Umpire Ken Kaiser makes sure Alan Bannister of the Chicago White Sox knows he is out on attempted steal in second inning....