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  • Keeping kids' minds sharp during the summer

    Keeping kids' minds sharp during the summer
    Here's a guest post from Gary Huggins and Richard E. Bavaria of the National Summer Learning Association: Summer vacation is a time when kids create memories for the future, memories that will last a lifetime. Unfortunately, it’s also a time they...
  • Independent musicians' trade group comes out in support of SOPA, PIPA; Wye Oak, others balk

    Independent musicians' trade group comes out in support of SOPA, PIPA; Wye Oak, others balk
    A couple of controversial, Internet piracy bills in Congress have pit the tech industry against the music business, even independents. In a statement sent out early Wednesday afternoon, A2IM, the largest trade organization of independent musicians and...
  • Baltimore City Council members oppose post office closings

    Chanting "Return to sender" outside the Waverly post office Wednesday, four Baltimore City Council members protested a United States Postal Service plan to close as many as eight post offices in the city. On the list is Waverly, 3000 Homewood Ave., which...
  • Daily Press Text 2 Win Movie Ticket Sweepstakes Rules

    OFFICIAL RULES   1.            NO PURCHASE NECESSARY TO ENTER. The Daily Press Movie Ticket Sweepstakes (the “Promotion”) is sponsored by The Daily Press LLC (“Daily Press”). Promotion is only offered in the following...
  • Access to Google services within China returns

    BEIJING (Reuters) - Users in China were able to access online services for Google Inc on Thursday, after more than a month of severe disruption that almost completely blocked people from using features such as its search, maps and e-mail functions. The...
  • Tech Q&A: Virus threat low for smart TV

    QUESTION: I recently bought a smart TV. Can it get infected by a computer virus? If so, can it be protected against viruses? Atef Hanna, Reading Pa. ANSWER: There have not yet been any reports of computer virus attacks on smart TVs, although some...
  • U.S. court tosses ex-broker's privacy lawsuit to clean up record

    (Reuters) - A U.S. judge threw out a lawsuit against the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) by a former broker who alleged that disclosures on the regulator's public database violated his privacy rights. The former broker, Alan Santos-Buch,...
  • As Britons embrace digital banking, more branches face the chop

    LONDON (Reuters) - Britons are using Internet and mobile banking for transactions worth nearly 1 billion pounds ($1.7 billion) a day and branch use is falling sharply, according to the British Bankers Association and accountancy firm EY [ERNY.UL]. In...
  • Samsung, Intel, Dell team up on standards for connected gadgets

    SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Samsung Electronics, Intel Corp and Dell have joined to establish standard ways for household gadgets like thermostats and light bulbs to talk to each other, at odds with a framework backed by Qualcomm, LG Electronics and other...
  • After beating Google, Korea's Naver goes global with messaging app Line

    SEOUL (Reuters) - The billionaire founder of web portal operator Naver Corp beat back Google Inc to leave South Korea one of few countries where the U.S. search engine does not dominate. Now, Lee Hae-jin is stepping onto the world stage with Line, a...
  • Major classical label to distribute Allentown Band's music

    Major classical label to distribute Allentown Band's music
    It's possible — maybe not likely, but possible — that the 20-something kid sitting next to you at the neighborhood Starbucks, earbuds firmly implanted and head bopping up and down as he sips his cafe latte, might soon be listening to a Sousa...
  • Europe starting to see the flaws in the 'right to be forgotten' ruling

    Europe starting to see the flaws in the 'right to be forgotten' ruling
    One week after Google started implementing a high court's order providing a "right to be forgotten," Europeans are starting to discover what mischief the court has invited. The Guardian reported Wednesday on several of its stories that had gone...