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  • Apple to fix 'black/white screen of death' bug that hits some iPhones

    Apple to fix 'black/white screen of death' bug that hits some iPhones
    Apple said it plans to release a software update that will get rid of a bug that causes some iPhones running iOS 7 to randomly restart. Some users have reported that their devices will crash and show a black or white screen with the Apple logo before...
  • Time Warner Cable Adds A&E, History and Lifetime Internet-Video Apps

    Time Warner Cable subscribers will be able to watch a range of A+E Networks programming online and on mobile devices -- including full episodes Lifetime's "Project Runway," A&E's "Duck Dynasty" and History's "Swamp People" -- starting Thursday under a...
  • Apple TV Saddles Up Red Bull Digital Network

    Apple TV is adding its first branded-content channel: Red Bull TV, the digital action-sports and entertainment network produced and distributed by the energy-drink manufacturer. Red Bull TV live programming, films, shows and clips are now available to...
  • Cyber-tech guru offers valuable tips

    Cyber technology is changing so fast it's almost impossible for parents to monitor. In the past, parents knew the world in which their children were growing up and could guide and protect them accordingly. This is no longer assured since the landscape...
  • Pandora hoping to push back iTunes Radio with alarm clock feature

    Pandora hoping to push back iTunes Radio with alarm clock feature
    Pandora has added a new alarm clock feature to the Apple iOS version of its mobile app to give users another reason to keep using its app and not Apple's iTunes Radio. For the last few years, Pandora has been the unquestioned king of Internet radio, but...
  • TV's Latest Internet Disruption? NimbleTV Launches in NYC by Piggybacking on Pay TV

    Attention, television execs: NimbleTV, another startup streaming live and recorded TV to devices over the Internet, is now open for business. But NimbleTV, whose backers include Tribune Co., claims its service reinforces the industry's business models --...
  • Homeless man creates smartphone app, hopes to help the environment

    Homeless man creates smartphone app, hopes to help the environment
    Give a man a fish and you feed him for a day. Teach him how to create computer software, and you feed him for a lifetime. That is how the saying goes, right? A homeless New York City man named Leo Grand released a smartphone app called Trees for Cars on...
  • Warner Takes Netflix-Style Service for Old Movies to iPads

    Warner Bros. has launched an iPad tablet app for its subscription-streaming service for classic film and TV titles, a sign the premium-priced offering has been getting some traction among Hollywood history buffs. The studio is mum on how many customers...
  • Southwest Airlines fliers can now iMessage during flights for $2 a day

    Southwest Airlines fliers can now iMessage during flights for $2 a day
    Travelers on Southwest Airlines can now iMessage during their flights for $2. The airline announced Wednesday it had launched gate-to-gate text messaging on all Wi-Fi-installed aircraft. The new service enables passengers with Apple devices operating on...
  • Watch out, Snapchat: Instagram now offering messaging service

    Watch out, Snapchat: Instagram now offering messaging service
    Instagram has decided to take on Snapchat by allowing users to send one another pictures and videos through private messages. The Facebook-owned photo-sharing app on Thursday announced Instagram Direct, a messaging feature that gives users an...
  • Apple's Tim Cook recaps 2013, teases 'big plans' for 2014

    Apple's Tim Cook recaps 2013, teases 'big plans' for 2014
    In a year-end memo to company employees, Apple CEO Tim Cook sparked more speculation over what the tech giant might have up its sleeve in 2014. "We have a lot to look forward to in 2014, including some big plans that we think customers are going to...
  • Automakers Wrestle with Smartphone, Multimedia Integration

     
    The auto industry dreams big. Audi said Tuesday it will have 4G LTE connectivity in the 2015 A3 with shared smartphone/car data plans, and the automaker said earlier this year it sees the connected-car movement bringing driverless cars here by......