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  • Checking out iLife

    For the past couple of years, one of the best reasons for an average consumer to buy an Apple Macintosh over a Windows PC has been the included set of multimedia software -- iTunes, iMovie, iPhoto and iDVD. On Jan. 31, Apple Computer Inc. released...
  • Roberts used to navigating business issues

    In John G. Roberts Jr., many of the corporate chieftains who helped put President Bush in the White House see a Supreme Court nominee with whom they can do business. That's partly because so many of them already have. As one of Washington's most sought-...
  • PC maker expects to shake off slowdown

    Apple Computer Inc. on Wednesday reported a loss of $8 million for the last three months of 2002, the first time Apple has recorded two consecutive quarterly losses since founder Steve Jobs returned to the company's executive offices in 1997. The back-...
  • Apple's Safari hunts Explorer users

    With the introduction of Safari at the Macworld San Francisco trade show last week, Apple Computer Inc. boldly entered "the browser wars." Though currently a "beta," computer-speak for "unfinished test version," Safari is impressive software. Apple...
  • Canadian police arrest 19-year-old in alleged Heartbleed attack

    Canadian police arrest 19-year-old in alleged Heartbleed attack
    Canadian police this week made what is believed to be the first arrest related to Heartbleed, a recently discovered bug that left countless websites vulnerable to cyber attacks. The Royal Canadian Mounted Police on Tuesday arrested 19-year-old Stephen...
  • Nokia suspends European tablet sales due to charger fault

    HELSINKI (Reuters) - Nokia has suspended sales of its Lumia 2520 tablet in some European countries while it fixes a fault with charger units which it said on Thursday could pose a risk of causing an electric shock. Nokia said there was a risk that the...
  • James Murdoch joins board of ad platform company

    (Reuters) - James Murdoch, the co-chief operating officer of 21 Century Fox, is joining the board of digital advertising platform company True(X) Media, the company said on Thursday. Additionally, former Microsoft chief marketing officer Mich Mathews and...
  • Information technology helps us to not remember a thing

    Information technology helps us to not remember a thing
    I missed my brother's anniversary last week. But I have a very 21st-century excuse: I lost it in the cloud. I discovered this the next day when my sister-in-law mentioned they had been out to dinner to celebrate their 15th. I thumbed to April 11 in my...
  • Two incompatible gun ballot measures lead in Washington state

    OLYMPIA, Washington (Reuters) - Two incompatible ballot measures on background checks for gun buyers in Washington state enjoy majority support in a poll released on Tuesday, but the one advancing stricter gun controls is more popular. The competing...
  • A&E, History Launch Live TV Streaming on Web, Apple Mobile Devices

    Episodes of A&E's "Storage Wars" and "Bates Motel" (pictured, above) and History's "Vikings" and "Swamp People" are now available to watch live online and mobile devices -- for most pay TV subscribers, anyway. A+E Networks has launched authenticated...
  • Leadership Greater Chicago names new CEO

    Leadership Greater Chicago names new CEO
    Former Girl Scouts executive Maria Wynne has been named the new chief executive of nonprofit civic leadership group Leadership Greater Chicago. As CEO of the Girl Scouts of Greater Chicago and Northwest Indiana, Wynne merged seven Girl Scout groups into...
  • Wall Street fund managers buy Milwaukee Bucks basketball team

    (Reuters) - Hedge fund managers Marc Lasry and Wesley Edens are buying the National Basketball Association's Milwaukee Bucks for $550 million from businessman and former U.S. Senator Herb Kohl, becoming the latest Wall Street financiers to own a sports...