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  • Cooking up backup power

    Cooking up backup power
    Name: PowerPot V What it is: A thermoelectric cooking pot that produces as much as 5 watts of power to charge smartphones, iPods, GPS devices, etc., when heating water. The kit comes with the power-producing pot and a smaller pan, plus an electrical...
  • BlackBerry reports loss, revenue decline but says it is ahead of plan

    BlackBerry swung to a loss and reported a decline in revenue in its fourth quarter, but Chief Executive John Chen greeted the results with optimism. "I am obviously extremely pleased with the Q4 results because it put us on the track and if not,...
  • Sage Shailene: 'Divergent' star Woodley offers life advice (Part 2)

    On Wednesday we noted that Shailene Woodley, star of the upcoming movies "Divergent" and "The Fault in Our Stars," isn't just a rising Hollywood starlet: She's also a font of quirky wisdom. Having gone over the benefits of eating clay and tanning one'...
  • Obama ditching BlackBerry? White House reportedly testing Android devices

    The White House has reportedly begun testing smartphones from Samsung and LG, perhaps indicating that BlackBerry may soon lose one of its most high-profile customers. Testing is only in the early stages at this point, but the White House internal...
  • Sprint, T-Mobile announce Samsung Galaxy S5 reservations, pre-orders

    Sprint and T-Mobile were the latest major U.S. carriers to announce their launch plans for the Galaxy S5, which will become available to users next month. Kansas-based Sprint said it will begin selling the phone on April 11 but eager customers can...
  • #Gasp! Twitter experimenting with killing the @ symbol, hashtags

    Twitter -- the microblogging platform whose identity is closely intertwined with hashtags and the @ symbol -- is now considering removing those two elements from its service. Vivian Schiller, the company's head of news, this week called hashtags and the...
  • Netflix calls for strong net neutrality rules, plays ISPs' games

    Netflix CEO Reed Hastings took to his company's blog this week to call for the implementation of strong net neutrality rules. Hasting's blog post comes about two months after a federal appeals court disallowed government regulations that ensured equal...
  • President Obama meets with tech CEOs over NSA spying

    President Obama meets with tech CEOs over NSA spying
    SAN FRANCISCO -- Six technology executives including Facebook Chief Executive Mark Zuckerberg and Google Executive Chairman Eric Schmidt met with President Obama on Friday to discuss National Security Agency spying in the wake of revelations that the...
  • In India, death of 'Minister Twitter's' wife shocks New Delhi

    In India, death of 'Minister Twitter's' wife shocks New Delhi
    NEW DELHI -- The wife of a prominent Indian politician was found dead of an apparent suicide in her hotel room Friday night after engaging in a Twitter feud with a Pakistani journalist she accused of having an affair with her husband. The politician,...
  • BlackBerry to sell most of its real estate holdings in Canada

    BlackBerry plans to sell the majority of its commercial real estate portfolio in Canada to bolster its financial position. The Canadian company said Tuesday that the real estate holdings, comprising more than 3 million square feet of space, would be...
  • Pasadena's mature tech scene aims to emerge from Silicon Beach shadow

    Pasadena's mature tech scene aims to emerge from Silicon Beach shadow
    Ask anyone about L.A. tech these days and they'll almost certainly point to Santa Monica and Venice, where hundreds of start-ups have emerged in the last few years. So-called Silicon Beach is home to Snapchat, sizable Google and Microsoft offices, and a...