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  • A cup of coffee flour may hit the spot for Seattle startup

    In Seattle's latest and perhaps most original contribution to the worship of java, a local startup is trying to make a new culinary staple out of coffee flour. Mind you, that's not flour made out of coffee beans, one of the world's most valuable and...
  • Jony Ive leading significant redesign of Apple's Mac OS X, report says

    Jony Ive leading significant redesign of Apple's Mac OS X, report says
    Apple chief designer Jony Ive is reportedly leading a significant interface redesign of Mac OS X, the software used for the company's desktop and laptop computers. The redesign is expected to be unveiled in June at the company's annual Worldwide...
  • KFC parent Yum launches Chick-fil-A chicken competitor Super Chix

    KFC parent Yum launches Chick-fil-A chicken competitor Super Chix
    KFC parent Yum Brands Inc. is readying to launch an assault on chicken chain Chick-fil-A. Quietly, Yum is opening a single-concept store in Arlington, Texas, on Wednesday that will sell a curated collection of chicken sandwiches, tenders, fries,...
  • Foundry Launches Nuke Studio Software

    Software developer The Foundry introduced a new product Monday evening: Nuke Studio Nuke Studio offers multiple phases of post within a single application, including editorial, timeline, conform, color correction, visual effects, versioning, 4K...
  • Woodridge provides budget info online

    Woodridge provides budget info online
    A new online tool will help Woodridge residents access budget information on the village's website. The new software, OpenGov, was launched March 28 and will cost the village $2,800 a year, according to documents. It allows users to view village...
  • IMAX movie to promote U.S. national parks to begin filming

    Tourism officials plan to go big to promote the United States to foreign visitors. IMAX big. Brand USA, the public-private partnership to promote the United States abroad, announced plans Monday to film an IMAX movie about the country's national parks...
  • Pasadena artist's body of work is the human form

    Pasadena artist's body of work is the human form
    Ashley Gable of Pasadena paints her artwork on an unusual canvas: the human body. "I think body painting is a very challenging medium," said Gable, 21, "because it takes the 2-D work that you would put onto a canvas, and it makes it come to life."...
  • Michael Cera, Seth Green, Sarah Silverman Get Xbox Series

    Michael Cera, Seth Green and Sarah Silverman are among the newest notable names Xbox Entertainment Studios is turning to as it fills out a slate of original series it will start releasing across Microsoft's video game platforms and mobile devices this...
  • Brothers' app blocks texting while driving

    Brothers' app blocks texting while driving
    One of the latest tools targeting the growing problem of texting while driving didn't come out of Apple, Google or Microsoft. It was the brainchild of two Orlando-area entrepreneurs who recently launched a new mobile app called Txt Shield. The idea...
  • Ford reveals the extreme testing endured by the 2015 F-150

    The 2015 Ford F-150 may be a lightweight, but the automaker has gone to extremes to ensure the aluminum-bodied successor is more durable than the steel-bodied pickup it will replace. When the all-new 2015 model goes on sale in the fourth quarter, it will...
  • Doctors welcome hepatitis C drug rivals, Gilead still leads

    LOS ANGELES/LONDON (Reuters) - Doctors at a key medical conference welcomed the prospect of more new drugs to treat the liver-destroying hepatitis C virus, while agreeing that Gilead Sciences Inc continues to lead the effort. Gilead, under fire from...