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  • Oyster launches e-book store with all major publishers

    Oyster, the online company that's made a (non-exclusive) bid to be the Netflix for e-books, has made a move to become more like iTunes for e-books. Starting Wednesday, consumers can also buy e-books from its storefront. For readers, the most important...
  • Authors David McCullough, Stacy Schiff Headline CT Forum

    Authors David McCullough, Stacy Schiff Headline CT Forum
    The Connecticut Forum will present a discussion by two Pulitzer Prize-winning authors on Saturday, May 9. "A Conversation with David McCullough and Stacy Schiff,'' who have written acclaimed biographies and narrative histories, will be moderated by...
  • The Kid's Doctor: Treating concussion remains an inexact science

    A very interesting study was published recently in Pediatrics online on the "Benefits of Strict Rest after Acute Concussion." The guidelines for treating concussion continue to be debated, making this research all the more thought-provoking. This was a...
  • Meet Matt Nadeshot, `Call of Duty's' most famous player

    Meet Matt Nadeshot, `Call of Duty's' most famous player
    Matt "Nadeshot" Haag strolled past the two teams virtually shooting each other on the main stage without peering up from his cellphone. More than 2,000 fans were packed into the stands to watch the "Call of Duty" World Championship on Sunday in L.A.,...
  • Comcast discovers the drawbacks of bad behavior

    Comcast discovers the drawbacks of bad behavior
    Comcast customers and their advocates may believe that the cable company's reputation for wretched service was the key factor in federal regulators' distaste for its proposed merger with Time Warner Cable, which has now been called off. It's probably...
  • YouTube announces it will release films with AwesomenessTV

    YouTube announces it will release films with AwesomenessTV
    YouTube announced on Tuesday that it is collaborating with the DreamWorks Animation-owned YouTube network AwesomenessTV to release several feature-length films over the next two years. The Google-owned video platform said the films, which will feature...
  • New buyer plans redevelopment of former Sun Products plant

    New buyer plans redevelopment of former Sun Products plant
    A Baltimore area firm has purchased the former Sun Products Corp. manufacturing plant in Southeast Baltimore with plans to demolish the factory and redevelop the site into warehouses serving companies doing business at the port. The buyer, Chesapeake...
  • ESPN Suing Verizon Over Unbundling Of Its Sports Channel

    ESPN Suing Verizon Over Unbundling Of Its Sports Channel
    ESPN is suing Verizon in an escalating clash over how the popular sports channel is being sold in a discounted pay-TV package. ESPNis suing Verizon in an escalating clash over how the popular sports channel is being sold in a discounted pay-TV package....
  • Snapchat hires CNN political reporter Peter Hamby for news operation

    Snapchat hires CNN political reporter Peter Hamby for news operation
    CNN national political reporter Peter Hamby is joining Snapchat Inc. as head of news. Hamby, who joined CNN nearly a decade ago, becomes the most notable hire for Snapchat’s months-old media-partnerships operation. The Venice start-up’s...
  • For one year, reading books by only minority authors

    For one year, reading books by only minority authors
    In 2014, I decided that for the entire year, I wouldn't read books written by white authors. My goal was to address the reading practices I developed growing up in Australia, where white authors have dominated the literary world. My high school reading...
  • Dodgers fans find ways around local blackout

    John Franks doesn't subscribe to Time Warner Cable, but that didn't stop him from putting his feet up on the bed to watch Clayton Kershaw lead the Los Angeles Dodgers to a win on TV. The die-hard fan hasn't missed any games lately despite the ongoing...