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  • New online sites help manage personal finances

    Valentine's Day, a high-dollar holiday, is just around the corner. Prom, the first college tuition payments, and a summer vacation aren't that far off. Wouldn't it be nice if the family -- teenagers included -- could tighten up the finances, sock a...
  • Google profit and revenue jump 17%, but ad prices keep falling

    SAN FRANCISCO — As far as Wall Street is concerned, Google Inc. can build all the robots and self-driving cars that it wants as long as it keeps growing its main business: online advertising. And increasingly, that means selling ads that are shown...
  • TribLocal Readers' High School Athlete of the Month Contest

    OFFICIAL RULES 1. NO PURCHASE NECESSARY TO ENTER OR WIN. The TribLocal Readers’ High School Athlete of the Month Contest (the “Contest”) is sponsored by TribLocal, a publication of Chicago Tribune Company LLC (“TribLocal”),...
  • Police agencies more and more offering online accident reports

    Fran Murphy was driving south on State Road 19 in Tavares last week when she suddenly came upon a garbage truck stopped in one of the two lanes with no flashing lights — just the truck blocking the road. She stopped, no problem. However, the...
  • Microsoft: Try Bing for a week, get 100 GB of OneDrive cloud storage

    Microsoft: Try Bing for a week, get 100 GB of OneDrive cloud storage
    Microsoft is encouraging users to try its Bing and OneDrive services by offering them 100 GB of free cloud storage for one year. Users can earn the storage by signing up for Bing Rewards, a program that gives users credits every time they use Microsoft'...
  • Netflix to pay Comcast to ensure network speeds

    Netflix to pay Comcast to ensure network speeds
    Updated to correct the name of Netflix's Open Connect initiative. Netflix Inc. has agreed to pay Comcast Corp. to ensure the online service's subscribers get seamless access to movies and TV shows delivered over the Internet, according to people...
  • WWE Blames MLB for Signup Problems with Online Video Network

    Wrestling fans jostling to sign up for the new WWE Network online service swamped the servers of the company's technology provider, MLB Advanced Media -- blocking many subscribers from registering for the over-the-top package earlier Monday. In a tweet...
  • Facebook's WhatApp Deal Preceded by Rakuten's Viber Buy

    HONG KONG - The rivalry between global internet conglomerates to get into messaging was underlined by Facebook's proposed $19 billion acquisition of WhatsApp. That now makes last week's purchase of rival message service Viber by Japanese giant Rakuten...
  • Time Warner Cable invites you to help pay for Clayton Kershaw

    Time Warner Cable invites you to help pay for Clayton Kershaw
    My colleague Joe Flint reported this morning that SportsNet LA, the new channel that the Dodgers own but Time Warner Cable manages, hasn't struck retransmission deals yet with the pay-TV operators serving most Angelenos. The problem, according to Flint'...
  • Don't let February freeze your finances

    February generally means two things to me: Valentine's Day and all of those President's Day mattress sales. Other than those two oddly complementary events, February is a month best forgotten. The snow that made for a romantic white Christmas is a slushy...
  • Concerns growing over how spread of online gambling will play out

    Concerns growing over how spread of online gambling will play out
    The most sinister video you're likely to find online just now comes from people who oppose online gambling. "Disreputable gaming interests are lobbying hard to spread Internet gambling throughout the country," a voice over intones. Cue the grainy black-...
  • Will cable service improve?

     Will cable service improve?
    If you believe that the problem with cable companies is that they're just not big enough, today is a really good day. Comcast's proposed $45.2-billion acquisition of Time Warner Cable will create a behemoth with about 30 million customers and...