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  • 'Homeland' plots a course not all ready to follow

    'Homeland' plots a course not all ready to follow
    In its first season, "Homeland" hinged on the premise that Marine Sgt. Nicholas Brody (Damian Lewis) had been turned while held captive by Al Qaeda and, now back in the States, was planning a terrorist attack. Nobody believed that war hero Brody would...
  • Getting to know Neil Gaiman

    Getting to know Neil Gaiman
    AUSTIN, Texas — In Neil Gaiman's passport case, on a scrap of paper beside his green card, are two verses of an unfinished work called "Pirate Stew." "I assume it's for kids," Gaiman said. "But it's only two verses... and it just sits there, and...
  • ShopSmart tells consumers how to score free stuff this summer

    ShopSmart tells consumers how to score free stuff this summer
    Some offers are really not too good to be true. The July issue of ShopSmart magazine is all about freebies, and the Consumer Reports publication says plenty are out there this summer if you know where to look. ShopSmart says it has found dozens of way...
  • Web Buzz: Smart Layover app points the way during long waits

    Layovers don't have to be a pain in the derrière. This app points you to short-term hotel stays, tours and travel deals to help you fill the hours. Name: Smart Layover Available for: Android, BlackBerry, iOS What it does: Shows travelers on long...
  • Google Street View goes to abandoned island from 007's 'SkyFall'

    Google Street View goes to abandoned island from 007's 'SkyFall'
    If you've ever wanted to pretend to be James Bond on the abandoned island he travels to in "SkyFall," you can now do so thanks to Google Street View. The island of Hashima, near Nagasaki, Japan, was home to a coal mining facility that housed 5,000...
  • Facebook changes policy for ads on controversial pages

    Facebook announced that it plans to introduce a new system next week that will remove ads from appearing on a wider range of Pages and Groups that some users may find offensive. The Menlo Park giant announced the change after a campaign earlier this...
  • Tech Takeaway: Tumblr for parents, Facebook face lifts in India [Video]

    Tech Takeaway: Tumblr for parents, Facebook face lifts in India [Video]
    Tumblr has tapped into parents, and some Facebook users are going to great lengths to get the perfect profile picture.  Moms are joining Tumblr: Since Tumblr was bought by Yahoo, users have created 14 million new blogs. It seems many of those users...
  • Apple looking into reported electrocution of iPhone 5 user in China

    Apple looking into reported electrocution of iPhone 5 user in China
    Apple said it plans to investigate the death of a 23-year-old Chinese woman who reportedly was electrocuted while taking a phone call on her iPhone 5 as it was charging. Ma Ailun, a China Southern Airlines flight attendant from China's Xinjiang region,...
  • Surface RT price slashed, but other options still good [Photos]

    Surface RT price slashed, but other options still good [Photos]
    Following a major company restructuring last week, Microsoft has cut the price of its Surface RT tablets by $150. The Surface RT is the light version of the company's flagship tablet, running a limited version of Windows 8 operating system. The base...
  • Nokia Lumia selling better than all BlackBerry smartphones

    Nokia's line of Lumia smartphones is outselling all smartphones made by BlackBerry, including new devices running the BlackBerry 10 operating system, according to their most recent quarterly reports. The Finnish phone-maker sold 7.4 million of its Lumia...
  • The latest smartphone fad: big camera lenses

    The latest smartphone fad: big camera lenses
    Last year, smartphone manufacturers focused on selling phones with really big screens. This year, it's all about really big camera lenses. A report Friday by SonyAlpha, a blog that covers Sony camera news, claims the Japanese electronics giant is...